True to form, Natalie and Coy break down the current FDA Guidance for Industry surrounding compounding for animals using bulk ingredients. Listen as they present the facts, the myths, and discuss the road forward for the veterinary community.
Natalie and Coy talk with Erik Clausen, COO of Golden Gate Pharmacy in the greater bay area of California. Listen as we discuss the evolution of veterinary pharmacy, regulations, and the vital role we play as the bridge between our veterinary partners and pet parents. Eric defines the tenants of community pharmacy for veterinary medicine- how they operate in a perpetual state of emergency with both pandemics and wildfires ever knocking at their doors but continue to do what they do with an open heart.
Natalie and Coy journey to the city of brotherly love to discuss all things compounding with the top community pharmacy in Philly! Listen as they discuss PCAB accreditation, pandemic challenges, and expert veterinary support with Dr. Jack Korbutov, owner of The Art of Medicine. Jack, along with Dr. Young, serves as a fellow of the American College of Veterinary Pharmacists (ACVP).
Natalie and Coy discuss total pet patient care with one of North Carolina's top dog trainers. Shane Gentry joins the conversation to discuss how to read canine behavior and how medicine works with training for the healthiest outcomes in our pets. Listen along to laugh and learn from a truly fresh perspective in the art of dog training!
Dr. Natalie Young and Coy break down all you need to know to help protect your practice, yourself, and your personnel. Listen as we define what USP is, what drugs are considered hazardous in the workplace, and what practices need to do in order to handle them safely.
Natalie and Coy discuss how pharmacy partnership can and does work with Dr. Page Wages, a multi-year Finalist for America's Favorite Veterinarian! Clinical assistance, the vital role pharmacies play in supporting veterinary hospitals during a pandemic, or key elements when choosing a pharmacy partner - Dr. Wages discusses it all.
Just because you can compound a medication doesn't mean you should. In this episode, Coy and Natalie dig into some of the biggest problems they see when compounding various dosage forms for animals. They also touch on rules and regulations, drug availability, pharmacokinetics and best practices.
In this podcast Natalie and Coy explore the different avenues to find formulations for compounded medications. Not all are the same. Join the team as they navigate through what to look for, where to turn for tried and true recipes, and the pitfalls to avoid when sourcing formulas for animal medications.
As we dive into what good compounding looks like, we start with a discussion on sourcing, finding, and deciding what ingredients to begin with. In order to provide quality medication to patients, starting ingredients matter immensely. Coy and Natalie break it all down for you.
As the bridge between veterinary science and good pharmacy support, Dr. Young and Coy discuss why pharmacies that specialize in animal medicine are asked to compound preparations so often. They’ll also divulge some of the most interesting cases they have encountered over time.