Customized medications: Prepare medications that are specifically tailored to each patient’s individual needs. This can be especially beneficial for patients with unique medical needs, such as those with allergies, sensitivities, or intolerances to certain ingredients.
Personalized dosing: Adjust the strength and dosage of medications to meet each patient’s specific requirements. This can be particularly helpful for patients who have difficulty tolerating the standard dosages of certain medications.
Alternative forms of medication: Prepare medications in a variety of formulations, such as creams, gels, suppositories, and enemas, which can be more effective for treating certain colorectal conditions than traditional oral medications.
Greater convenience: Provide patients with medications that are more convenient to use, such as suppositories or enemas that can be administered at home. This can be especially beneficial for patients who have difficulty traveling to a medical facility or who require frequent medication administration.