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Dec 24 | Dec 27 | Dec 31 | Jan 3
Please note that no shipments will be going out on Dec 24, Dec 27, Dec 31, and Jan 3, due to public holidays and facility closures. We encourage all customers to place their orders well in advance during the busy holiday season. Delays can be expected on ground orders in some areas.
Dear valued partner,
Every year we take some time to celebrate our employees and our progress as an organization.
This year, Medisca Day will take place on the afternoon (EDT) of June 9, 2023, which means that all services and warehouse operations will be on hold for a few hours. Please contact us before 11:30 am EDT otherwise we will be pleased to serve you on Monday, June 12.
We thank you for your partnership.
The Medisca Team
Pharmaceutical compounding is the science responsible for the creation of customized medication. Compounded medications are created by combining individual ingredients in the exact strength and dosage form required by the patient and their own unique needs.
There are benefits associated with compounding, many of which focus on providing patients with pharmaceutical products that have been customized to fit their own unique needs when standard marketed drugs fail to do so.
Compounding is often required for medical reasons; some patients require a particular non-essential ingredient to be removed from their medication to prevent an allergic reaction. Others require compounded medication to acquire an exact dosage amount that is unique to their own personal needs and which may not be available in the available marketed drugs.
Compounding pharmacies are also used for more optional reasons. Often times, patients will need their medications in a different form. For example, if an elderly or pediatric patient has difficulty taking their medication in capsule form; a compounding pharmacist can provide the same medication in a cream base form to allow the patient to apply the medication topically, or in a syrup or solution form for easier administration. Pharmaceutical compounding is also used to change the taste and color of medications, to make it more palatable and aesthetically appealing to patients, especially with children and even animals.
Compounded medications are ordered by a licensed physician, veterinarian or other prescriber, and must be mixed in a safe and carefully controlled environment by a licensed compounding pharmacist.
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Please note that MEDISCA will no longer accept any returns and will not issue any credits for active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs).
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