Exceeding expectations one customer at a time
Edge Pharma is a pharmaceutical sterile and non-sterile 503B Outsourcing Facility offering high quality innovative solutions for the healthcare community. The world-class scientific, pharmacy, and engineering staff at Edge Pharma understands the challenges healthcare organizations, whether large or small, are tackling. As your compliance partner, we are dedicated to providing turnkey 503B outsourcing with the highest level of quality, easy ordering, simple logistics, and excellent customer support.
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Edge Product Highlight
- LET Gel - Topical Anesthetic: Edge Pharma is proud to provide LET Gel to hospital emergency departments, urgent care centers, pediatrician offices, and other qualified health care providers. It is dispensed in convenient 3mL unit dose amber syringes.
- EmGyn™ Emergency Gynecologic Methotrexate Kit: Any hospital or clinic can now confidently administer adjustable patient-specific doses of USP 800 compliant Methotrexate.
- Mitomycin Bladder Instillation Kit: Includes 40mg/40mL pre-filled unit-dose syringe of Mitomycin with a closed system transfer device. USP 800 compliant.
- EDTA 1.5% and 3% for ophthalmic use: No patient names and extended BUD.
The story of EDTA chelation
The story of EDTA chelation – a common procedure in ophthalmic practices – begins in Switzerland in 1892, with a brilliant young man presenting a revolutionary theory for his doctoral dissertation in chemistry... [continue]
The medicine with a curious name – Shugarcaine -- was the first anesthesia developed for use inside the eye. Invented in 1997 by Dr. Joel Shugar, the buffered lidocaine solution “is widely used in cataract surgery,” according to the medical journal Ophthalmology Management.... [continue]
The Salt City
Edge Pharma’s sales, marketing, and customer services teams are headquartered in Syracuse, in the rolling hills of Central New York State, between the Finger Lakes and the Adirondack Mountains... [continue]
Allergy vial labels
Accurate and clearly printed allergy vial labels are important for patient safety, compliance with USP guidelines, and liability exposure of the practice... [continue]