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UniSpend - Compounding Innovations

UniSpend - Compounding Innovations

UniSpend - Compounding Innovations

Mr. Tom Wynn RPh
Mr. Tom Wynn RPh
on behalf of Fagron

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Launch date: 09 Apr 2018
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Last updated: 27 Oct 2018

Reference: 187680

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Dennis Saadeh (29 Sep 2018)
This was a great review of anhydrous suspending vehicles and the need for such in pharmaceutical compounding

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This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

UniSpend Anhydrous Sweetened and Unsweetened are elegant, easy to use, anhydrous, plant-based oral suspension vehicles. UniSpend Anhydrous oral suspension vehicles may be ideal for suspending active pharmaceutical ingredients that are known to be unstable in water, are lipophilic, or if the aqueous stability is unknown.
This webinar will discuss the properties and uses for UniSpend Anhydrous oral suspension vehicles and how they can be useful formulating tools in the compounding pharmacy.

Objectives

Objectives
- Describe UniSpend Anhydrous Sweetened and Unsweetened oral compounding vehicles
- Explore the unique properties of UniSpend
- Discuss how UniSpend may be better than traditional fixed oil suspension vehicles
- Describe the various use for UniSpend and how it can be formulated for oral and sublingual use
- View UniSpend’s ease of use and quick compounding process.
Mr. Tom Wynn RPh

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Mr. Tom Wynn RPh
on behalf of Fagron

Tom Wynn has over 15 years of compounding experience. He completed his pharmacy studies at the University of Cincinnati and received his Bachelor of Pharmacy. He is currently on faculty at the University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy and works as a Pharmacy Consultant at Freedom Pharmaceuticals. 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 community pharmacy practice setting the majority of his pharmacy career. He is currently employed as a pharmacy consultant and educator for Fagron Academy He brings insight into common problems faced by compounders today.

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Dennis Saadeh (29 Sep 2018)
This was a great review of anhydrous suspending vehicles and the need for such in pharmaceutical compounding

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