April 2012 : State of Pharmacy Compounding - Vol. 9 No. 4 - Page #40

Given the tricky nature of identifying recalled products used in compounding along with the increasing frequency of recalls, it is wise to systemize this process. Most pharmacy directors have implemented such a program and are able to monitor its effectiveness. Perhaps reflecting the additional level of control that can define in-house programs, success rates have been higher when identifying patients affected by in-house compounded product recalls versus those by outsourced products.  

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