how to avoid errors when compounding medications

We're getting questions about how to avoid errors when compounding medications.

Compounding a med fills an important gap...especially when a product isn't available commercially. For example, kids often need small doses and liquids...so some pills can be crushed and added to a liquid to make a solution.

Compounding is a meticulous process requiring appropriate mixing techniques...special recipes...and precise calculations.

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