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Oncology & Hematology

Compounding Doc’s pharmacists are trained to provide patient education and counseling to help ensure the highest level of treatment success and patient safety. We work diligently to  assure a continuum of care between the oncologist’s office and the pharmacy, and work closely with other healthcare professionals in a team effort to assure cancer patients receive safe, efficient, quality care. Here are just a few examples of some common compounds used by your colleagues in the field of  Oncology, Hematology & Radiation Therapy:

Radiation Burn Cream/Ulcer Cream

  • The compound contains Ketoprofen, Lidocaine, Aloe Vera, Phenytoin, Misoprostol in an emollient cream base.

Nausea

  • Compounds containing Promethazine, Prochlorperazine, ABHR, ABHR with Dexamethasone, Scopolamine. Can be in Suppositories, Transdermal, Lollipops,  Patches, Sublingual Drops

Mouth Ulcers & Dry

  • Allopurinol Suspension
  • Medicated Mouthwash

Pain Management 

  • Ketamine Transdermal Cream 
  • Gabapentin Transdermal Creams
  • Neuropathy
  • NSAIDS
  • Nasal Sprays with Fentanyl or Hydromorphone
  • Butyl-Amino-Benzoate (epidural; for cancer pain)

Constipation

  • Cytotex Suppositories
  • Naloxone oral
  • Pilocarpine

Other Formulas 

  • Hydrazine Sulfate is used in the management of cancer-induced anorexia.
  • Calcitonin is used to treat bone pain in cancer patients
  • Progesterone prevents radiation-induced apoptosis in breast cancer cells 
  • Nitroglycerin for anal fissure
  • Use of Inhaled Morphine for Dsypnea in Cancer Patients


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