Palliative/ Hospice Care Compounding
Solutions To Challenging Treatment Problems
We offer affordable palliative compounded drug treatments for outpatient hospice and palliative care.
Our goal is to improve your quality of life. Saf-T Drugs’ expert pharmacists create compounded medications to treat and ease your pain from many serious disease types and chronic illnesses, including cancer, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, kidney failure, cardiac disease such as congestive heart failure (CHF), Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
If you or your loved ones are in a Hospice, care at the end of life, it will include palliative care. However, you could receive palliative care at any stage of your illness. Saf-T Drugs pharmacist’s goals are to make you comfortable and improve your quality of life.
Consultant Pharmacist at 847-749-0048
DID YOU KNOW Your body size, drug tolerance, or organ failures, may not respond well to commercially available medications. Compounding can help you. With the collaboration of a prescriber and our pharmacists, we can adjust medications to the exact dosage you need.
Comfort and Less Pain
Compounding medication provides relief from distressing symptoms. Saf-T Drugs pharmacists provide care at your place: hospital, hospice, long-term health care facility, or simply within your own home. Our pharmacists’ goal is to make your life as comfortable and painless as possible, regardless of your age or illness. Symptoms may include:
- Shortness of breath
- Problems with sleep
- Loss of appetite
Many hospice patients have trouble taking medications in traditional dosage forms.
Saf-T Drugs’ expert compounding pharmacists can create a more suitable method of administering medicine. These are some options:
- Topical Medication: If you are unable to swallow then a topical medication through the skin could help you provide relief, which may help avoid stomach upset.
- Flavored medication: You may like your medication prepared with your favorite flavor. You can order your medicine as lozenges or rapid-dissolve tablets that melt in the mouth.
- Medications also may be prepared as suppositories, oral liquids, or even as lollipops.