Jolley’s uses a variety of different dosage forms to help get medication where you need it.
Jolley’s prepares medicated creams like this one to deliver medication directly to your bloodstream, using transdermal bases to carry your medication through your skin and into your bloodstream.
A medicated lollipop like this one will generally be used for children before a surgical or dental procedure.
The TopiClick dispenser helps you to dispense the right amount of your medication. Simply turn the bottom till it clicks, like a deodorant stick, and it will dispense 1/4 mL of your medicated cream.
Having trouble getting your dog to take his pills? Jolley’s can mix up a treat with your dog’s medication inside, flavored to his favorite flavor. We can flavor it kidney, chicken, beef, or just about any other flavor.
Don’t like creams? Try an under the tongue lozenge. Simply place one under your tongue for about a minute as it dissolves and is absorbed into the veins under your tongue. For smaller doses, they’re scored with lines to help cut these lozenges into halves or fourths.
Similar to the TopiClick Dispenser, the Megapump cream dispenser delivers 1/4 mL per pump, so that you can be sure you are getting the right dose.
No one likes to take a suppository, but sometimes you don’t have much of a choice.
The “rectal rocket” is a special suppository design for hemorrhoids that rivals traditional suppositories in three ways:
It does not get lost in the rectum, but remains at the point of insertion.
It treats internal and external hemorrhoids simultaneously.
The patient can expel gas without losing the suppository.
See rectalrocket.com for more details.
Jolley’s uses dispensers like this one to prepare nasal sprays to get medication into your nose.
Jolley’s uses powder dispensers like this one to make a “liquid bandage”, with medication inside for use in the mouth.