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Drug Crafters embodies excellence in custom compounding with a team of highly trained and experienced pharmacists and technicians that compound sterile and non-sterile products utilizing advanced technology in state-of-the-art cleanrooms and laboratories. Patient and worker safety are paramount at Drug Crafters. Prescriptions are prepared with chemicals from FDA-registered facilities with provided Certificates of Analyses (COA) confirming potency, quality and safety. Our compounding practices are strictly adherent to United States Pharmacopeia (USP) guidelines for sterile, non-sterile and hazardous drug compounding, and regulations by State Boards of Pharmacy and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Quality and innovation are at the forefront of Drug Crafters as we consult physicians and compounding organizations, attend training seminars and conferences, and evaluate new research to stay abreast of the latest compounded therapies and technologies.
In light of recent events, it is interesting to note that this edition of the book has a chapter devoted to pharmaceutical compounding errors. It refers to the New England Compounding Centre (NECC) case, which was the driving force for significant changes in the laws, regulations and standards relating to pharmaceutical compounding. The NECC was breaking the law by manufacturing drug products under the guise of compounding. As a result, 64 patients died following an outbreak of fungal meningitis that was traced to contaminated batches of methylprednisolone suspension intended for epidural use.
Pharmaceutical compounding provides pharmacists with a unique opportunity to practise their time-honoured profession. Although pharmacists should not hesitate to become involved in this aspect of the profession, they should be aware of the regulations and the risks involved. This service is an important component of providing appropriate pharmaceutical care to patients.
Restricted to non-pharmacy majors. Explores the process, challenges, and issues in developing pharmaceutical products. An overview of drug development, approval, and consumer issues will be presented and discussed in the context of research practices, consumers, science, marketing, public welfare, and innovative practices. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Offered on the letter-grade basis only.
The biosynthesis and function of macromolecules (nucleic acids, lipids, proteins, and carbohydrates); sites of drug action, immunology, and applications of biotechnology and molecular biology to the pharmaceutical sciences. Two lecture hours a week for one semester. Pharmacy 251C and Pharmacy PharmD 281N may not both be counted. Offered on the letter-grade basis only. Prerequisite: Pharmacy PharmD 381M (or Pharmacy 341C).
The art and science of compounding pharmaceutical preparations to develop an advanced understanding of formulation, stability, and quality standards of compounded pharmaceuticals. Focuses on pharmaceutical elegance; developing professional judgement based on limited data to assess the stability and efficacy of a compound before dispensing the preparation; the regulations governing compounding, including those outlined by the United States Pharmacopeial Convention, the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board, and other scientific and professional organizations; mechanisms for evaluation and analysis of the quality of a compounded formulation; and marketing and promotion of compounding services. Two lecture hours a week for one semester. Pharmacy 256R and Pharmacy PharmD 286R may not both be counted. Offered on the letter-grade basis only. Prerequisite: Phamacy PharmD 388M (or Pharmacy 356C) and 188P (or Pharmacy 156P).
Advanced compounding methods with respect to pharmaceutical dosage forms and formulations, with emphasis placed on creating formulations that satisfy unique patient needs, and a discussion of equipment used by compounding pharmacists to formulate preparations that satisfy those needs. Pharmacy PharmD 186S builds upon compounding skills taught in Pharmacy PharmD 188P. Three laboratory hours a week for one semester. Pharmacy 156S and Pharmacy PharmD 186S may not both be counted. Offered on the letter-grade basis only. Prerequisite: Registration for Pharmacy PharmD 286R.
General introduction to dosage forms, and the technology and pharmaceutical rationale fundamental to their development. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Pharmacy 356C and Pharmacy PharmD 388M may not both be counted. Offered on the letter-grade basis only. Prerequisite: Pharmacy PharmD 387M (or Pharmacy 342C) and 187P (or Pharmacy 142P) and credit or registration for Pharmacy PharmD 188P (or Pharmacy 156P).
It may be obvious to you that a chemistry background is important if you plan to teach chemistry or to work in the chemical industry developing chemical commodities such as polymeric materials, pharmaceuticals, flavorings, preservatives, dyestuffs, or fragrances. You may also be aware that chemists are frequently employed as environmental scientists, chemical oceanographers, chemical information specialists, chemical engineers, and chemical salespersons. However, it may be less obvious to you that a significant knowledge of chemistry is often required in a number of related professions including medicine, pharmacy, medical technology, nuclear medicine, molecular biology, biotechnology, pharmacology, toxicology, paper science, pharmaceutical science, hazardous waste management, art conservation, forensic science and patent law. Thus, a chemistry degree can be effectively combined with advanced work in other fields which may lead, for example, to work in higher management (sometimes with an M.B.A.), the medical field (with a medical degree), or in the patent field (possibly with a law degree). 2b1af7f3a8