Compounding for Wound Care

Wound care is essential for promoting healing, preventing infections, and minimizing discomfort. Our compounding pharmacists have the expertise to compound medications in various dosage forms, offering flexibility and effectiveness in treating a wide range of wounds.


Here are some common uses of compounded prescriptions for wound care:

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TOPICAL ANTIBIOTICS : We can compound antibiotic creams or ointments to help prevent or treat infections in wounds. These customized formulations may include antibiotics like bacitracin, neomycin, or polymyxin B, targeting specific bacteria present in the wound.

PAIN MANAGEMENT : We understand that wounds can cause discomfort and pain. We can compound topical analgesic creams or gels that contain medications like lidocaine or prilocaine, providing localized pain relief.

SCAR REDUCTION : Compounded scar creams or gels containing ingredients like silicone or vitamin E can help minimize the appearance of scars and improve the overall aesthetic outcome of wound healing.

ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PREPARATIONS : Inflammation can hinder the healing process. Compounded anti-inflammatory creams or ointments containing medications like corticosteroids or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) can help reduce inflammation and swelling in wounds.

ANTIMICROBIAL SOLUTIONS : For wounds prone to infection, we can compound antimicrobial solutions that can be used for wound irrigation or as part of wound care regimens. These solutions may contain antiseptic agents such as povidone-iodine or chlorhexidine gluconate.

Who Can Benefit From Our Compounding Pharmacy?

Our goal is to assist healthcare providers in optimizing wound care by providing customized medications tailored to individual patient needs.

We collaborate closely with healthcare professionals to develop innovative solutions that address the unique challenges of wound healing. At our compounding pharmacy, we are dedicated to improving outcomes and enhancing the overall wound care experience for patients.

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Stop in and speak with one of our pharmacists today. We are happy to help you assess your individual needs and goals for optimal health!

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