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Pain: Systematic Review of Pharmacy Compounding of Pain Medication

Pain: Systematic Review of Pharmacy Compounding of Pain Medication

International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding 22(1): 19-24

There are limited resources available for pharmacists and doctors to reference proper compounded formulas for pain medications. The systematic review discussed within this article provides the foundation for a searchable database, allowing users to find various compounded formulations. It also provides data about the safety and efficacy of the preparations. Compounding information about several drug classes was reviewed. Those drug classes included, but were not limited to, opioids, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, central nervous system agents, and anesthetics, with evidence that of the various drugs that could be compounded for pain, anesthetics, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and opioids ranked highest within the articles researched.

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