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1916 N. Grand Avenue

Sherman, Texas 75090

Phone:   903-328-6655

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Compounding

content imageCompounding has long been used by pharmacists as a basic pharmacy service. It is considered the art and science of customizing prescription medications based from the patients’ special needs. Compounding services are done by mixing specific ingredients together to produce a medication that characterizes a specific dosage and strength. This is a common resort by patients who are given medicine prescriptions not sold in the market.

Long before the emergence of mass-produced medications and drugs, almost all prescriptions are compounded. Not until the introduction of technology that evolved pharmacy to become a mere medicine closet as what is the most misconceived notion today. Some pharmacists, on the other hand, are no longer trained to do compounding. This generalization of the patients’ needs cause some of these demands to be met halfway. The same applies that not all pharmacy centers nowadays don’t offer compounding services.

At Sherman Pharmacy, we believe in the importance of compounding and the basic role it plays in meeting the healthcare needs of every patient. We offer the following specialty medication services as listed below. Please click on each item to learn more about them.

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Not only do we offer compounding in the least. We operate with the dexterous maneuver of expertise as we employ modern applications and techniques in meeting our clients’ various needs. Compounding may come in the form of, but not limited to the following:

  • Powder Capsules for Ear Insufflators
  • Nasal Sprays
  • Rectal and Vaginal Preparations
  • Lip Balms
  • Aerosols
  • Lollipops
  • Sterile Dosage Forms (e.g. Injections or Eye Drops).
  • Creams, Lotions, Gels, Powders, etc., for Skin/Scalp Application
  • Liquids for Oral, or Tube Administration (G-tube or J-tube)
  • Transdermal Gels that Deliver Medicine Through The Skin
  • Sub-Lingual (Under-The-Tongue) Products

This website contains a comprehensive discussion about compounding and everything you have to know about its types. Please feel free to contact us for your questions and concerns.