How Does USP 800 Affect Urology Practices?

Publisher: Edge Pharma

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How Does USP 800 Affect Urology Practices?

Two commonly used drugs in urology, Mitomycin and Gemcitabine, are included on the NIOSH list. As hazardous medications, USP 800 requires significant investment to safely compound and administer doses of these drugs. Edge Pharma developed a solution that solves this issue for hospitals, surgery centers, and urology clinics. Using this methodology, we are able to apply this technique to other hazardous medications as well.