News
02.03.21

Top 9 Reasons Surgeons Prescribe Compounded Post-Op Drops

Since Letterman and his lists are hanging out somewhere in Montana these days, we turned to surgeons across America to give us their reasons for prescribing compounded OMNI drops from OSRX®.

OSRX Physician Testimonial Quotes

OSRX, a PCAB-accredited 503A compounding pharmacy, offers upon a provider's prescription multiple medications in a single bottle to streamline post-operative cataract and LASIK care as well as the management of glaucoma and myopia. This simplicity reduces barriers to use, promotes adherence and reduces out-of-pocket expenses for patients. OMNI medications are water-soluble, gentle on the cornea and ship to your practice or patients free of charge.
 
Moreover, we are committed to providing unrivaled customer service and support to you, your patients and staff. In addition to live chat, email, and phone support, we offer a HIPAA-compliant prescriber portal that allows prescribers to seamlessly submit, manage and track all prescriptions online.

Interested in learning more about prescribing to OSRX? Start by completing a new account form.

 

Professional Disclosure: Dr. Tekwani has a financial interest in Ocular Science® (an affiliate of OSRX). Dr. Rebenitsch is on the Medical Advisory Board of Ocular Science® (an affiliate of OSRX) and has a financial interest in the company.

OSRX operates in full compliance with Section 503A regarding compounded drugs as defined in the FD&C Act.

*Compounded drugs are not FDA-approved, which means they have not undergone FDA premarket review for safety, effectiveness, and quality. 503A compounding pharmacies are not required to comply with cGMP requirements but can be inspected by FDA. References available upon request.

Click here to view potential contraindications.