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GREER® Extracts™ and GREER® Pharmacy Custom Prescriptions USDA Approved for Veterinary Sublingual Administration
At GREER®, we are committed to providing quality products and services to veterinary dermatologists. You can be confident in the extensive line of GREER® Extracts™ − trusted by over 160 dermatology practices and 27 veterinary colleges in the United States. GREER offers products to support all aspects of your allergy practice. Click here to view the full range of GREER Veterinary Products.
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All the Tools You Need to Compound SLIT Prescriptions…Or Let GREER® Pharmacy Do it for You.
- Wide selection of allergenic extracts available in aqueous and glycerinated formulations
- Multiple sizes and strengths to meet your practice needs
- More than 98% of stocked products shipped the same or next business day1
50% Glycerin Saline
- Optimal for SLIT because its sweet taste is more palatable to pets2 and enhances patient acceptance.3
- Efficient 100 mL vial with a shelf life of six years from the manufacturing date
- Provides stability and extends potency of extract mixtures4,5
- Preserves potency of concentrated allergenic extracts effectively throughout their shelf life under appropriate storage, shipping, and administration conditions6,7
SLIT Delivery System
- Amber vial and metered-dose pump delivery system for SLIT prescriptions, including:
- 15 mL amber glass vials
- 200 µL snub nose pump
- 50 µL hook nose pump
- 140 µL hook nose pump
GREER® Optimix® Extract Mixing Syringes
- Optimal for SLIT − 23-gauge syringe quickly draws thick, viscous glycerinated extracts and 50% Glycerin Saline
GREER® Optimix® Syringe is manufactured by Terumo and distributed by GREER®.
Do you have a challenge or question you need help with, right away? Get in touch with GREER®.
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- Data on File. GREER Laboratories, Inc. 2013.
- Glycerine: an overview. ACIScience website. http://www.aciscience.org/docs/Glycerine_-_an_overview.pdf. Published 1990. Accessed January 29, 2013.
- de Araujo IE. Multiple reward layers in food reinforcement. In: Gottfried JA, ed. Neurobiology of Sensation and Reward. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press; 2011.
- Plunkett G. Stability of allergen extracts used in skin testing and immunotherapy. Curr Opin Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. June 2008;16(3):285-291.
- Grier TJ, LeFevre DM, Duncan EA, Esch RE. Stability of standardized grass, dust mite, cat, and short ragweed allergens after mixing with mold or cockroach extracts. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol. August 2007;99(2):151-160.
- Van Metre TE, Jr., Rosenberg GL, Vaswani SK, Ziegler SR, Adkinson NF. Pain and dermal reaction caused by injected glycerin in immunotherapy solutions. J Allergy Clin Immunol. May 1996;97(5):1033-1039.
- Nelson HS. Effect of preservatives and conditions of storage on the potency of allergy extracts. J Allergy Clin Immunol. January 1981;67(1):64-69.