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Podiatrists may have many needs for compounded medications Commercial products to treat onychomycosis include griseoflulvin, itraconazole, Terbinafine and circlopirox 8% nail lacquer (Penlac). Griseofulvin has reported poor cure rates and requires 10 – 18 months of use. Oral therapy with itraconazole and Terbinafine also present problems with drug interactions and liver toxicity.  A patient with compromised liver function or a GERD patient on a PPI will not be a candidate for oral itraconazole

Non-Surgical Nail Removal

There is a compounded preparation that will allow for non-surgical nail removal that may be required for non-dermatophytic fungal infections.

Diabetic Neuropathy

There are numerous medications that are commercially available to treat diabetic neuropathy and help return sensitization. Some of the drugs used to treat diabetic neuropathy are amitriptyline, baclofen, ketamine, gabapentin, and clonidine.  Diabetic patients can benefit from topical combinations of these medications that are not commercially available

Hyperhidrosis of the feet and foot odor Many of the commercial products prepared for hyperhidrosis feet contain the drugs aluminum, atropine or scopolamine, formaldehyde, methenamine and glycopyrrolate. Methenamine is a pro-drug that is converted to the active drug formaldehyde.  Aluminum chlorohydrate is a common ingredient found in many over-the-counter antiperspirants

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Podiatrists may have many needs for compounded medications  

Commercial products to treat onychomycosis include griseoflulvin, itraconazole, Terbinafine and circlopirox 8% nail lacquer (Penlac). Griseo...

Podiatrists may have many needs for compounded medications  

Commercial products to treat onychomycosis include griseoflulvin, itraconazole, Terbinafine and circlopirox 8% nail lacquer (Penlac). Griseo...

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