Nasal Solutions

 

nasal solutions outsourcing pharmacy

 

Edge Pharma is proud to be producing combination nasal solutions for ENT practices and other qualified practitioners.  Ever since the passing of the Drug Quality & Security Act in 2013, it has become increasingly more difficult for physicians to find a suitable supplier of combination nasal solutions which are available for purchase in bulk.  Local and State-licensed compounding pharmacies are no longer able to dispense compounded medications without individual patient scripts for each order.  As an FDA-Registered 503B outsourcing facility, Edge Pharma is able to dispense bottles of combination nasal solutions in bulk and without patient names for office-use.

 

Edge Pharma nasal solutions

The following nasal solutions are available from Edge in 240mL bottles for intranasal use. Sold in 480mL units (2 bottles).

Storage: room temperature and protect from light

  • Lidocaine 4%/ Oxymetazoline 0.05% 
  • Lidocaine 4%/ Phenylephrine 1% 
  • Phenylephrine 1% 
  • Tetracaine 4% 

(Please let us know if you require a customized solution)

There is no longer any reason for your practice to go without combination nasal solutions or for you to be compounding them in-office.  Let Edge Pharma provide a cost-effective solution developed and manufactured to cGMP standards in an FDA-Registered facility. 

 

Literature Review

 

Otolaryngologists perform a nasal endoscopy in order to examine nasal and sinus passages.(1) Healthcare providers may require an endoscopy because of several health issues, including:

 

  • Nasal congestion
  • Nasal blockage
  • Nasal and sinus infection
  • Nasal tumors
  • Nosebleeds
  • Loss of ability to smell
  • Cerebrospinal fluid leak(1)


“Rhinosinusitis is one of the most common reasons for nasal endoscopy.”(1) During the endoscopy, the healthcare provider can look for swelling and polyps, and also take samples from the affected area.(1)


“As a preparation for nasal endoscopy, a local anesthetic and/or decongestant are usually applied to nostrils in order to alleviate the nasal pain, to widen the field of view, and to shorten the duration of the examination.”(2)


A 2016 study, geared to identify the optimal pharmacological method of preparing patients for nasal endoscopy, tested four types of medications. Medication was administered through spray application in the nostrils. Study participants received either: placebo (normal saline), normal saline plus oxymetazoline, normal saline plus lidocaine, or lidocaine plus oxymetazoline. Rigid nasal endoscopy was performed 10 minutes after the spray application.(2) “The lowest pain score related to endoscopy was obtained for lidocaine-oxymetazoline,” the study reported. Additionally, the lidocaine-oxymetazoline combination enabled a “significantly shorter” duration of the endoscopy.(2) 


(1) Johns Hopkins Medicine, Nasal Endoscopy https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/  

(2) Sahin, M. MD, et al, Clinical and Experimental Otorhinolaryngology, Premedication Methods in Nasal Endoscopy: A Prospective, Randomized, Double-Blind Study  https://www.researchgate.net/

 

 

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