Examples of Compounding Medications for Hospice Care
Decubitus Ulcer Cream or Wound Care Combination
This compounded prescription medication contains Misoprostol for coating and Phenyltoin, an anti-ulcerative agent, for proliferation of new cells, and Lidocaine, a local anesthetic, for pain.
Diabetic Skin Ulcer Cream
This compounded prescription product contains Misoprostol and Phenytoin, both of which have been used in the treatment of skin ulcers, and Ketoprofen and Lidocaine, both topical analgesics in a cream base.
This compounding product is for external use only.
ABH Topical Gel/Suppositories/Capsules
This compounded prescription medication contains Lorazepam, Diphenhydramine and Haloperidol and can be used for hospice patients or patients receiving chemotherapy who are experiencing severe nausea, vomiting, and restlessness.
Gabapentin / Ketoprofen / Lidocaine in a Transdermal Gel
This compounded prescription medication contains Gabapentin, an antiepileptic agent that has been shown to have analgesic properties, Ketoprofen, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agent, and Lidocaine, a local anesthetic.
This compounding product is used for topical application and may be helpful in the management of pain associated with diabetic peripheral neuropathy.
Dexamethasone 1.2%, Lorazepam 0.1%, Haloperidol 0.1%, Diphenhydramine HCl 2.4% and Metroclopramide HCl 2.4% in a Transdermal Base
This compounded prescription medication is used to treat severe nausea, vomiting, and restlessness . It is a modification of the "ABHR" combination.
The medication is compounded in a transdermal base that allows for the ready absorption of the active ingredients through the skin.