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Controlled Drugs Cl

Classifications of controlled substances

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Schedule I No accepted medical use; high potential for abuse; possession is illegal (Examples: heroin, LSD, Ecstasy)
Schedule II Accepted for medical use but with sever restrictions; high potential for abuse; may cause severe psychological or physical dependence (Examples: morphine, metadone, amphetamines)
Schedule III Accepted for medical use; Potential for abuse less than with schedule I or II; may cause moderate to low physical dependence or high psychological dependence (Examples: paregoric, acetamijnophen with codeine, fiorinal, anabolic steroids)
Schedule IV Accepted for medical use; low potential for abuse; may cause limited physical or psychological dependence compared to schedule III drugs. (Example: meprobamate; chlordiazeposide, diazepam, alprazolam)
Schedule V Accepted for medical use; low potential for abuse; may cause limited physical or psychological dependence campared to schedule IV drugs (Example: cough medicines containing codeine, diphenoxylate with atropine, kaolin and pectin belladonna.)
Created by: cskinner