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Wound Care

Different areas to have wounds

A wound is caused by an injury leading to a break in the skin or body tissue and is quite a complex activity involving many different bodily processes. Wounds are most commonly caused due to falls, mishaps with sharp objects or car accidents; they can also be caused as a result of some diseases, such as diabetes, or by being sedentary for a long time, such as being confined to a hospital bed leading to a bedsore. 

There are different types of wounds including: lacerations, abrasions, punctures, and avulsions and can range in severity from mild and treated at home to severe and requiring medical attention. They can be very painful and debilitating for which relief is highly sought after. Coast to Coast Compounding understands the need for appropriate medications when it comes to wound care and will work with your healthcare provider to create a personalized medication that is just right for you. 

Bed ridden pressure ulcers

Wound Care Compounding

  1. At Coast to Coast Compounding we allow healthcare providers to broaden their prescribing ability to create a perfectly personalized medication to suit your specific needs. Our pharmacists understand how important it is to appropriately manage wounds in order to promote healing, reduce pain and inflammation, and prevent future infection or complications. 
  2. We have designed our own bases that are made with ingredients that are soothing and can help provide comfort. These bases combined with other ingredients specifically chosen with you in mind can optimize wound healing.
  3. Our compounding pharmacists also have the ability to produce a medicated wrap or bandage which might be ideal for a patient with wounds healing on active parts of the body, such as their arms or legs. 
  4. Contact us to speak with one of our knowledgeable compounding pharmacists. We welcome your call and will make every effort to meet your needs with the help of your healthcare provider.

Types of skin burns

Dosage Forms We Can Prepare

  1. Medicated wraps and bandages
  2. Gels, creams, and ointments
  3. Capsules
  4. Powders
  5. Lozenges and troches 
  6. Suppositories
  7. Suspensions, syrups, and solutions


Types of bandaids

Areas In Wound Care Where Compounding Can Help
  1. Diabetic foot ulcers 
  2. Wounds with infection 
  3. Wounds without infection 
  4. Burns 
  5. Pain relief with debridement 
  6. Wound closure 
  7. New tissue pain and itching 


First aid kit

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