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Recall and DEA

drug recall classes; NDC numbers; DEA forms; DEA number

Drug Recall Class I an attempt must be made to notify the patient that the drug may cause serious harm or death
Drug Recall Class II the probability of serious harm is not likely and the effects may be associated with consistency or potency
Drug Recall Class III not likely to cause any serious harmful effects and does not go to the patient level
NDC Number a number assigned to every drug, RX or OTC, composed of three numbers which identify the manufacturer, drug, and package size
First five numbers of NDC number identifies the manufacturer
Second four numbers of the NDC number identifies the drug
Last two digits of the NDC number identifies the package size
DEA 222 used for purchasing and returning of outdated CII drugs. It is comprised of 3 copies
DEA 222 Blue Copy the pharmacy keeps on file for at least 2 years
DEA 222 Green Copy the seller sends to the local DEA
DEA 222 Brown Copy the seller or manufacturer keeps
DEA 106 used to report lost or stolen controlled drugs (used when 5% of the yearly product sold is missing)
DEA 41 used to document the destruction of controlled drugs
DEA 224 needed for a pharmacy to dispense controlled drugs
DEA 363 is needed to operate a controlled substance treatment program or compound controlled substances
DEA 225 needed to manufacture or distribute controlled drugs
DEA number number given to anyone who prescribes controlled medications
Created by: wmisaacharris