Estradiol Pellets and Testosterone Pellets

Using state of the art methodology, Belmar Pharmacy has developed a compounding system which ensures sterility and potency when compounding pellet implants.  Digital depth measurement and pneumatic pressure are utilized to guarantee pellet consistency.  Hardness testing and weight verification is applied to each batch.  Sterilization is achieved by validated radiation to render the pellets sterile with potency intact.
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Kelleher, Turner, Howe, Conway, and Handelsman, (1999). Extrusion of testosterone pellets: a randomized controlled clinical study. Clin Endocrinol, 51(4), pp.469-471.

Studd, J., Savvas, M., Waston, N., Garnett, T., Fogelman, I. and Cooper, D. (1990). The relationship between plasma estradiol and the increase in bone density in postmenopausal women after treatment with subcutaneous hormone implants. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 163(5), pp.1474-1479.
Stanczyk, F., Shoupe, D., Nunez, V., Macias-Gonzales, P., Vijod, M. and Lobo, R. (1988). A randomized comparison of nonoral estradiol delivery in postmenopausal women.  American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 159(6), pp.1540-1546. 
Greenblatt, R., Bryner, J., Mahesh, V. and Asch, R. (1977). Implantation of pure crystalline pellets of estradiol for conception control. Am J Obstet Gynecol., 127(5), pp.520-4.

Belmar Pharmacy  800.525.9473  I  303.763.5533  I  12860 W. Cedar Drive, Suite 210  I  Lakewood, Colorado 80228