Cystic fibrosis requires a complex treatment process that involves multiple medications. Many of the medications used to treat cystic fibrosis are specialty medicines with limited distribution. This means that only certain providers have permission to dispense these drugs and it can be difficult to find a provider that offers a comprehensive list of cystic fibrosis medications.
There are not many specialty pharmacies that provide all the medications you may need to treat cystic fibrosis. IV Solutions is proud to be one such specialty pharmacy. Cayston, Bethkis, and TOBI are all dispensed from one convenient provider.
IV Solutions also understands that caring for someone with cystic fibrosis or living with cystic fibrosis can feel daunting. That’s why we promote a support community of people whose lives are impacted by CF. This is a community who supports each other, offers advice, and is there to discuss topics that help newcomers to the community become more comfortable with and educated about cystic fibrosis.
Limited Distribution Inhaled Antibiotics
Medications and treatments may range from taking enzymes and vitamins, to inhaled antibiotics administrated by respiratory devices. Some of the inhaled antibiotics offered to treat cystic fibrosis are limited distribution drugs and can only be filled by specialty pharmacies. We have listed a few of these treatments below.
IV Solutions is proud to be one of the specialty pharmacies that offers all of these medications from one provider. Having to go through multiple specialty pharmacies to obtain your medication is cumbersome. We understand the importance of convenience in ensuring independence in the lives of our patients.
Benefits of IV Solutions Pharmacy
IV Solutions has extensive experience in treating cystic fibrosis. We have been involved in supplying specialty medication for cystic fibrosis since 1986. Through the years, IV Solutions has developed our support to include our signature “My Journey” program that customizes treatment plans to each individual patient’s needs.
We provide Bethkis, Cayston, and TOBI specialty medications as well as the limited distribution devices needed to administer these inhalation therapy treatments from one convenient provider. And IV Solutions provides FREE hypertonic saline with every order of these inhalation therapy medications.
Our commitment to customer care goes as far as having a pharmacist available 24 / 7 / 365 to field any question and concerns that patients may have about treatment therapies.
Become part of the IV Solutions CF Family
IV Solutions is more than a pharmacy. We build a custom program for each cystic fibrosis patient to help them achieve optimal therapy outcomes. We call this individualized treatment process “My Journey.”
With IV Solutions, you’re NEVER ALONE in the fight against cystic fibrosis. Our pharmacy services are Pharmacist-led, proactive, customized, and patient-centric. We understand that happy patients are the healthiest patients, and we do everything we can to keep our patients healthy.
IV Solutions is an active participant and promoter of the CF Community. Visit our Facebook page for more resources on cystic fibrosis. If you’re interested in enrolling in an individualized CF care plan, visit our Patient page and contact us today.
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