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Pharmacy Law

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Controlled Substance A medication that warrants more restrictive regulation because of its potential for addiction and abuse.
Schedule I A category of drugs that have the potential to be highly abused and are not accepted for medical purposes in the United States.
Schedule II A category of drugs that have the potential to be highly abusive and are accepted for medical purposes, and have potentially severe psychological and physiologic dependence. Prescriptions are not refillable and require an original prescription order.
Schedule III A category of drugs that have less potential for abuse and dependence than Schedule II drugs. Prescriptions may be refilled up to five times within six months of the date that the prescription was first issued.
Schedule IV A category of drugs that have less potential for abuse and dependence than Schedule III drugs. Rules for dispensing are the same as for Schedule III drugs.
Schedule V A category of drugs that have a low potential for abuse and dependence as compared to Schedule III or IV. May be legally sold over the counter without a prescription provided certain criteria are met.
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