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Compounding Considerations for Autism Spectrum Disorder Patients

Compounding Considerations for Autism Spectrum Disorder Patients

Compounding Considerations for Autism Spectrum Disorder Patients

Tom Wynn RPh
Tom Wynn RPh
on behalf of Fagron

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Launch date: 28 Jul 2017
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Last updated: 07 Apr 2019

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Dr Natalie Kim (3 Feb 2019)
would have liked to see some sample formulas.

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Description

Join Fagron Academy for a short overview of Autism Spectrum Disorders and the unique patient needs related to pharmaceutical treatment. Review some current treatment options that must be compounded and understand various formulation specifics as they pertain to dosage forms and excipients.

Objectives

Objectives
- Provide a better understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder behaviors
- Review current treatment options that must be compounded
- Understand compounding formulation options
Tom Wynn RPh

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Tom Wynn RPh
on behalf of Fagron

As a Fagron Academy Compounding Consultant, Mr. Wynn brings over 14 years of compounding experience to the consulting team. He completed his pharmacy studies at the University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy. Mr. Wynn has a compounding focus in HRT, veterinary and wound care. He has published multiple case studies in areas of wound, pain and pediatrics. Mr. Wynn has worked in the community pharmacy practice setting the majority of his pharmacy career. He brings insight into common problems faced by compounders today.

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Dr Natalie Kim (3 Feb 2019)
would have liked to see some sample formulas.

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