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The Sterile Medications at OuRX Pharmacy, Inc. Set an Industry Standard for Safety and Efficacy

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A tragic case in Michigan serves as a reminder of the importance of the safe, sterile compounding at OuRX Pharmacy, Inc.

LOS ANGELES, May 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to finding a sterile, safe compounding pharmacy, Santa Monica is a great place to start. Residents of the Southern California city have long been famous for embracing homeopathic remedies, vitamins, BLT numbing cream and various medications to enhance health and the quality of life. Most importantly, though, Santa Monica is home to OuRX Pharmacy, Inc. As the leading compounding pharmacy in Los Angeles, OuRX Pharmacy, Inc. provides patients with the best preservative free eye drops, pills, sterile injectables and much more from expert pharmacists who are dedicated to providing ideal health to every patient. While the wisdom of their methods seems obvious, we're all-too-often reminded how rare the dedication and skill of their team can be.

The Lansing State Journal recently reported that Michigan is considering tighter regulations on out-of-state pharmaceutical compounders. It's certainly heartening to see the state recognizing the importance of safe, sterile compounding, though the incident that led to the legislation is undoubtedly disturbing. One proponent of the proposed restrictions claims the measure could have prevented a recent outbreak of fungal meningitis that left 19 people dead throughout the state in 2012.

Under the bill, the pharmacist in charge of a faulty drug could be held accountable for the effects of their medications. Pharmacists would also be required to maintain records of compounded medicines, as well as requiring pharmacy license applicants who intend to compound medicines to be accredited by a reputable organization. The story is yet another reminder of the importance of the meticulous precision and commitment to patient health provided by the team at OuRX Pharmacy, Inc.

With a staff that has more than 20 years of experience in pharmaceutical compounding, OuRX Pharmacy, Inc. has been able to avoid health issues by dispensing all medications in a sterile manner by highly skilled health professionals. In fact, they've even been licensed and certified by the California Board of Pharmacy, ensuring their compounding efforts are always in line with strict state codes and regulations.

At OuRX Pharmacy, Inc. health-conscious individuals enjoy the benefit of products for:

  • Urology/Erectile Dysfunction
  • Opthalmics
  • Weight Loss
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy
  • Pain Management
  • Pediatrics
  • Dermatology
  • Vitamins and Homeopathics

Critically, though, the medications prescribed at the renowned pharmacy are created by the pharmacist, instead of dispensing a bottle of pills that is premade and mass-produced. This helps to avoid allergens or other unsafe substances from mixing with a patient's medication, as well as ensuring each patient gets the ideal dosage for their needs. The result is a safer, healthier pharmaceutical experience for every patient.  

Any time a government agency works to improve the quality of medication and services provided by pharmaceutical companies, it's a good thing. However, even more inspiring is when a compounding pharmacy like OuRX Pharmacy, Inc. takes it upon themselves to proactively provide truly world-class health services in a sterile, safe environment. To experience the benefits of OuRX Pharmacy in your own life, call 310-421-8736 or visit www.globalcompoundingrx.com  today. The pharmacy accepts most insurance types and pharmacists are prepared to answers any questions relating to the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) as it relates to prescription medication.

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