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Compounding for Veterinary and Pediatric Patients
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The RX for a veterinary patient should contain:
1. name of _______
2. name of _______
Must haves for Vet compounding
1. Licensed _______ prescription
2. Valid __________ patient relationship
3. Only compound when dosage from, concentration, or size is _________
4. "Caution: Federal Law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian" - ___________
5. what does S.I.D. mean on a vet RX?
4. Must be on each label
5. once daily
Legal Issues in Veterinary Compounding:
1. You cannot imitate a ________ product with a _________ one
2. You cannot ______ ______ to sell to vets or physicians for office sale
3. You cannot compound from _______ _______ _________
1. branded; compounded
2. mass produce
3. bulk drug substances
Exceptions: The FDA will not take action on BDS compounding for animals if:
1. only _______ and ________ can compound
2. There is a valid _______ -________-_______ relationship AND no appropriate FDA approved drug for extra label use
3. Vet and pharmacist need to report _________ or product defects to FDA
1. vet; pharmacist
What are the 3 BDS compounding categories that the FDA will not take action on?
1. Rx for a non-food producing animal
2. DVM (vet) office stock for non-food producing animal
3. Antidotes for food producing animal
BDS for patient specific prescriptions for non-food producing animals can be used when:
1. The compounded preparation is not a ________ of marketed human or animal FDA approved drug
2. it cannot be made using an ________ ______ as the source of the API
3. Dispensed to _______ or ______ only
4. compounded according to ______
2. approved drug
3. vet; owner
BDS for DVM office stock for non-food producing animals can be used when:
1. The drug is compounded from a BDS on the FDA's _______ ________ _______
2. It is not dispensed or transferred to a _______ ________
3. compounded according to _______
1. office stock list
2. third party
BDS For antidotes for food producing animals can be used when:
1. Drug is an _______
2. Drug is on _______ ______ _______
3. Documented ________ _______ or ensures animal not in the food chain
2. office stock list
3. withdrawal time
What are the best dosage forms to give a cat?
1. flavored suspension
2. transdermal gel
What is the main compounding resource for vet products?
Plumb's Vet Drug Handbook
1. What is the age range of a pediatric patient?
2. Age range of a neonate?
3. Age range of an infant?
4. Age range of children?
5. age range of adolescents?
1. Birth to 16
2. birth to 1 month
3. 1 month to 2 years
4. 2 years to 12 years
5. 12 to 16
Are down scaling methods of dosing recommended?
When can IV be used in pediatrics?
only in very ill patients. Their veins have integrity issues
1. What is the most common form of drug delivery in pediatrics?
1. Syrups and suspensions
2. tablet dosage cannot be individualized but liquids can be
What are the acceptable dosing strategies in pediatrics?
1. strictly weight based
2. BSA based
What are unacceptable dosing strategies in pediatrics?
1. Scale down based on weight
2. scale down based on age
What is an example of a transdermal gel for a cat?
PLO (plutonic lecithin organogel)
what is the name of the rule that involves scaling a medication down based on a child's weight?
What is the name of the 2 rules that involves scaling a medication down based on a child's age?
Cowling's and Bastedo's rules
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