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Basics of Compounding: BAsics of Compounding with Potency-Designated Ingredients



Basics of Compounding: BAsics of Compounding with Potency-Designated Ingredients



International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding 15(1): 56-61



Pharmacist involved in compounding must consider a number of factors when determining the actual quantity of an active ingredient to use for a compounded prescription. Many drug substances do not consist of 100% drug or chemical, and adjustments must be made to obtain the required amount of active drug (active pharmaceutical ingredient). This article covers the topic of compounding with "potency-designated" drugs.

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