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Ch.5 Law and Ethics

Schedules for Drugs

This is made up of a two letter prefix followed by seven digits DEA Number
These two states have the harshest penalties for controlled substance convictions New York and Michigan
Pharmacy registrations are issued for this amount of time. Three years
The color ink that is used to indicate on an invoice that a controlled substance has been ordered. Red
This Schedule I drug is considered a mild hallucinogen Marijuana
Which schedule would Vicoprofen belong to? Schedule II
Drugs from this schedule have the highest potential for abuse. Schedule I
Drugs from this schedule have the lowest potential for abuse Schedule V
The DEA form used to order controlled substances from Schedule I and II Form 222
Fentanyl, Methadone, and Morphine are in this drug schedule Schedule II
Any loss of controlled substances due to theft must be reported to this agency. DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration)
The second letter in the prefix of a DEA number represents this. The first letter of the practitioner's last name.
This law requires an administrative search warrant for most nonconsensual DEA inspections The Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act
Prescriptions from these schedules may be refilled 5 times after the date issued, and must be filled within 6 months Schedules III and IV
This DEA form must be used when controlled substances become out of date Form 41
This form must be filled out when a controlled substance is stolen or lost Form 106
Drugs from this schedule may be purchased as "exempt narcotics" Schedule V
This drug schedule allows for an emergency telephone order, but only for an immediate amount of medication needed to treat the patient. A written, signed order must follow up this order. Schedule II
This schedule of drugs is illegal Schedule I
This must be included on a prescription for a controlled substance Practitioner's DEA number
The maximum number of different items that may be ordered on one Form 222 Ten
No refills are allowed for this drug schedule Schedule II
An exact count of Schedule II drugs must be done this often Every two years
This was established in 1973 as part of the Department of Justice to enforce federal laws regarding the use of illegal drugs Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)
In 1990, this performance enhancing drug was added to the Schedule III list of controlled substances Anabolic steroids
Barbituates and benzodiazepines would be in this schedule IV
To register a new pharmacy, applicants must fill out this form DEA Form 224
Before a new pharmacy opens, a complete inventory of all controlled substances must be made and is known as this Initial Inventory
The Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970 is also known as this Controlled Substances Act (CSA)
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