Compounding Corner Pharmacy offers a variety of medications for ophthalmology, especially atropine, albumin, vancomycin and tobramycin eye drops. These preparations are Risk Level III preparations, the highest risk for sterile medications available. We know how important your eye sight is to you. That’s why you want a compounding pharmacy that is process validated with an extensive potency and sterility verification program for aseptic preparations. This is not a teaching pharmacy – There are no pharmacy students, shadowing students, or interns allowed.
Common ophthalmology preparations include:
- Albumin 5% eye drops – 6mL, Cost: $60.00 (Free shipping)
- Atropine 0.01% eye drops – 9mL, Cost: $75.00 (Free shipping)
- Atropine 0.02% eye drops – 9mL, Cost: $75.00 (Free shipping)
- Atropine 0.05% eye drops – 9mL, Cost: $75.00 (Free shipping)
- Pilocarpine 0.25% eye drops – 10mL, Cost: $60.00 (Free shipping)
- Pilocarpine 0.5% eye drops – 10mL, Cost: $60.00 (Free shipping)
- Testosterone 0.05% eye drops – 10mL, Cost: $60.00 (Free shipping)
- Tobramycin 14mg/mL eye drops – 5mL, Cost: $60.00 (Free shipping)
- Triamcinolone 0.34% eye drops – 10mL, Cost: $60.00 (Free shipping)
- Triamcinolone 0.67% eye drops – 10mL, Cost: $60.00 (Free shipping)
- Vancomycin 50mg/mL eye drops – 5mL, Cost: $95.00 (Free shipping)
NOTE: WE DO NOT SHIP OUT OF STATE – TEXAS ONLY
How do you know it’s really in there? The FDA allows manufacturers a +/- 20% error (There are several narrow therapeutic index exceptions ). USP allows compounding pharmacies a +/- 10% error. We’ll let our potency testing speak for itself
|Atropine Eye Drops||0.01%||0.010547%||105.5%|
|Demecarium Bromide Eye Drops||0.125%||0.133%||106%|
|Vancomycin||25.0 mg/ml||24.1 mg/ml||96.4%|
USP <795> states: “…compound preparations are to be prepared to ensure that each preparation shall contain not less than 90% and not more than 110% of the theoretically calculated and labeled quantity of an active ingredient…”. Potency determinations follow USP <621> HPLC, USP <851> Spectophotometry, and specific monograph testing procedures.
Note: We will not compound any medications that are precluded from pharmacy compounding in accordance with 21 C.F.R. § 216.