compounded medication

Non-FDA Approved Drug Use And Veterinarian Liability

Most veterinarians follow specific standards of care when treating client horses, but off-label and compounded medication use is common in equine veterinary practices. What happens when a horse in their care has an adverse reaction to meds that are compounded or used off-label? There are some very basic criteria that should be followed to ensure […]

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Washington Compounder Issues Voluntary Recall Of One Year’s Worth Of Product

Moses Lake Professional Pharmacy is voluntarily recalling human and veterinary sterile compounded drugs which are unexpired to the consumer level due to lack of sterility assurance. The company has not received any reports of product contamination or adverse events to date, and is issuing this voluntary recall out of an abundance of caution following a […]

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Trainers Vazquez, Garcia Banned From Racing, Stabling in Maryland

The Maryland Jockey Club has notified trainers Juan C. Vazquez and Hector Garcia that they will no longer be allowed to race at Laurel Park and Pimlico, and that they have two weeks to remove their horses from the Pimlico backstretch. The Daily Racing Form reports that the bans are in response to four recent […]

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Track Veterinarians Respond to Proposed Regulations for Compounds

The newly-formed North American Association of Racetrack Veterinarians objected to language released by regulatory vets this week encouraging harsher regulations for compounded drugs. NAARV believe that wording of the proposed rules, which discourage the use of compounded medication without authorized use, opens regulators to restrict the use of certain regenerative therapies by veterinarians, and may […]

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