What is compounding
Pain Management
Bio-Identical Hormone
Andropause
Palliative Care
Dermatology
Pediatrics
Podiatry
Sports Medicine
Wound Care
Dentistry
Vitamins  
Long Term Care  
Diabetic Supplies  
Cat CRF  
 
 
Commonly Prescribed Compounds for Family Practice
      Examples                                                                         Used for
Fluconazole 1% in DMSO                                        Onchymycosis
Lidocaine 2%/HC 1% Oint or Supp                          Hemorrhoids
Nifedipine 0.2%/Misoprostol 0.002%                       Anal Fissures
   with Lidocaine 2%
Polyethyleneglycol 3350 (PEG 3350)                       Constipation
Boric Acid 600mg Supp                                     Recurrent Vaginosis
Ketoprofen 10% or Diclofenac 10%                         Arthritis Pain
    in Lipoderm or PLO
add Amitriptyline 2%/Baclofen 2%                         Neuropathy Pain
add Acyclovir 5%/D-Deoxy-D-Glucose                Post-herpetic Neuralgia
Acyclovir 5%/d-Deoxy-D-Glucose Lipbaum          Cold Sore (herpesvirus)
Minoxidil 5% soln                                                     Alopecia
Niacinamide 4%/Retinoic Acid ?% cr/gel                    Acne Vulgaris
Progesterone 3% or 6% in Vanishing cream         Hormone Replacement
Bi-Est (Estradiol/Estriol)                                   Hormone Replacement 
Testosterone 0.25mg/dose                               Hormone Replacement  
Progesterone 50mg/100mg/200mg Supp                  Hormone Therapy 
Clobetasol 0.05%/Zince Pyrithione Spray/soln               Psorasis
Nicotine Plocrilex 2mg/4mg lollipop                         Smoking Cessation

 
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