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Wound Care

Wound care applications can be critical to the success of the life and/or viability of the patient.  In many instances, the ability to "cure" a wound prevents the unnecessary amputation of a limb or part of a limb.

There are numerous types of compounded medications that can be used as an adjunct therapy to aid in the treatment of many types of wounds.  These preparations include:

  • Topical antibiotic solutions to aid in maintaining an infection-free wound bed as the healing process is underway.
  • Tissue growth stimulating gels or solutions to augment the growth of healthy tissue.
  • Topical bandages for hard to heal areas such as the oral cavity.

Our compounding staff has an extensive resource data base of formulations which can facilitate the custom development of a drug therapy in conjunction with other members of the health care team to help us achieve a positive outcome in treating a wide array of wounds.  Give us a call today!

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