Compounding Corner Pharmacy offers a variety of sterile medications for IM or IV administration, especially Tri-Mix, Glutathione, Methylcobalamin and Myer’s Cocktails . These preparations are Risk Level III preparations, the highest risk for sterile medications available. Significant differences exist among compounding pharmacies regarding training, experience, facilities, quality and safety. An in-depth process validation program that verifies the compounded sterile medications through stringent end-product potency testing and sterility verification for aseptic preparations is critical. Please see our extensive history of potency testing results below. This is not a teaching pharmacy. There are no pharmacy students, shadowing students, or interns allowed.
Common sterile preparations:
- Tri-Mix (Papaverine/ Phentolamine/Alprostadil) (150mg/5mg/50mcg/5mL) – 5mL (Includes 1 bag of syringes) – Cost: $115.00
- Tri-Mix/ Bi-Mix (All other strengths) – 5mL (Includes 1 bag of syringes) – Cost: $150.00
- Glutathione 200mg/mL – 10mL – Cost: $95.00
- Glutathione 200mg/mL – 30mL – Cost: $150.00
- Methylcobalamin 5mg/mL – 10mL – Cost: $95.00
- Methylcobalamin 5mg/mL – 30mL – Cost: $228.00
- Myer’s Cocktail Kit(To be added to an IV bag (Not included)) – 30mL – Cost: $85.00
- Myer’s Cocktail IV Bag(Ready to hang) – 250mL – Cost: $165.00
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
|Protirelin (TRH)||0.5mg/mL||0.504mg/mL||100.8 %|
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.