Cyclosporine Eye Drops
Many veterinarians practicing in our vast service area rely on Monument Pharmacy to customize animal health pharmaceuticals – by prescription – to enhance medication adherence. There are many reasons why practitioners might tap a compounding pharmacy to tailor medications to individual patient needs: palatability issues, problems with route of administration, medication strength that is too weak or too strong, allergies or irritation – or the preferred pharmaceutical of choice is FDA approved but is on temporary back-order or is manufacturer discontinued.
Among the wide variety of veterinary compounds that our pharmacy produces by Rx, one of the most frequently prescribed is cyclosporine eye drops. Veterinarians often request customized cyclosporine ophthalmic drops for dogs with chronic dry eye. The active ingredient is a cyclic polypeptide immunosuppressant agent comprised of 11 amino acids and is a metabolite of the fungal species Beauveria nivea. Cyclosporine modulates T-cell response and has anti-inflammatory properties. If inflammation is occluding a dog’s tear ducts, then an ophthalmic medication containing cyclosporine might be beneficial.
For compounded cyclosporine eye drops and other customized pharmaceuticals, Monument Pharmacy is the wise choice for filling your compounded prescriptions. Why? We offer fast-and-free 1 st-class shipping and friendly customer service. We’ll also beat others’ compound prices by 10%. Just let us know what you are paying or quoted elsewhere. Additionally, we strictly adhere to federal and state compounding regulations. Our highly trained pharmacists and technicians work with high-quality compounding equipment including our full-size, state-of-the-art clean room. And we use ingredients from FDA-inspected suppliers to better ensure our compounds’ potency and stability.
Per FDA guidelines, Monument Pharmacy makes no claims of efficacy regarding its compounded medications, including compounded cyclosporine eye drops. A valid prescription from a licensed practitioner is required for dispensing, and compounds are prohibited for food animals. For more information about our customized ophthalmic prescriptions, or for additional information about any other of our compounding services, please call 1-800-595-7565 visit our website.