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Understand the rules for veterinary compounding, and get resources to support your work with clients whose animals require compounded medications.
Understand the terminology used in talking about veterinary compounding.
Compounding, consistent with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Extra-Label Drug Use regulations, is the customized manipulation of an approved…
Compounding FAQ for pet owners
Help clients find answers to common questions about drug compounding.
We listened, and we’re acting, on veterinary compounding
Drawing on the guidance of more than 2,000 members who contacted us about the importance of compounded drugs in patient care, AVMA today (Nov. 16,…
Video summarizes compounding rules
The AVMA has released a video for veterinarians titled “Compounding 101” that summarizes the basic rules of drug compounding in veterinary
Compounding: Recent News Articles
Due to the human fungal meningitis outbreak in Fall 2012, compounding continues to be a topic of interest to the media.
Compounding: What Are the Rules?
Discussion of compounding rules often centers on two issues: compounding from FDA-approved drugs, and compounding from bulk
Compounding FAQ for veterinarians
Get answers to the compounding questions veterinarians most frequently ask the AVMA.
Compounding: AVMA Messages to FDA
Legal compounding begins with FDA-approved drugs. Read AVMA letters to FDA on the subject of veterinary drug compounding.
No ruling coming in compounding dispute
A Florida pharmacy and federal drug authorities have fought for 2 1/2 years over the legality of compounding animal drugs from
AVMA Answers: Pharmaceutical compounding
Generally, the federal regulations require that, for a drug to be compounded legally, a valid veterinarian-client-patient relationship
Unraveling the confounding world of compounding
Dr. Jeff Gerlesits examines a hyperthyroid cat on a busy afternoon, assisted by veterinary
AVMA seeks compounding comments by January 17
See a summary of the FDA’s newest draft guidance on compounding, and help shape the AVMA's feedback.
FDA describes legal limits of drug compounding
Agency says few uses allowed for raw active ingredients
FDA issues draft guidance on compounding
AVMA is undertaking a careful review of the proposal with broad input from AVMA members and other veterinary stakeholders. We'll work with FDA to…
Veterinary compounding update: AVMA works with USP
Because compounding is a critical tool for veterinarians, the AVMA works hard to ensure that veterinary concerns are heard and considered in…
Compounded drug linked to horse deaths
Three horses died after receiving compounded drugs that appear to have had about 20 times the pyrimethamine indicated on the label.
FDA revokes draft compounding guidance
The federal government revoked draft guidance that described when animal drugs could be compounded from bulk substances.
Task force to develop proposal for compounding legislation
A new AVMA task force will develop a proposal for federal legislation to address issues related to veterinary compounding
FDA investigation focuses on compounded drugs
The Food and Drug Administration is reminding horse owners and veterinarians of the potential dangers of compounded drugs.
Compounding from unapproved (bulk) substances
This policy has been rescinded. The AVMA has two new policies on compounding from unapproved substances: