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17 terms
GA Pharmacy law and regulations
Georgia Pharmacy Practic Act and year…
Drug regiment review def
Members of the GA BOP
GDNA director
1988 - ... 1. Compounding definition... 2. Confidential informati…
evaluation of any rx drug order and pt recortd for known alle…
appointed by the governor, GA Pharmacy Association (GPhA ) pu…
appointed by the GA BOP, is not a member of the board but doe…
Georgia Pharmacy Practic Act and year…
1988 - ... 1. Compounding definition... 2. Confidential informati…
Drug regiment review def
evaluation of any rx drug order and pt recortd for known alle…
136 terms
GA Pharmacy Law
Intern hours
Exam requirements for licensure
Reciprocity
Applicant of licensure by examination
Need 1500 hours: ... -given 1000 if in PharmD program... -given 500…
NAPLEX, MPJE, GA practical... *must get a 75 on each
1. Complete application form supplied by the NABP (filed with…
1. submit an application... 2. have attained the age of majority…
Intern hours
Need 1500 hours: ... -given 1000 if in PharmD program... -given 500…
Exam requirements for licensure
NAPLEX, MPJE, GA practical... *must get a 75 on each
20 terms
ga pharmacy law
pharmaceutical & therapeutical equival…
cognizant member
drug researcher
e-data rx order
biological product
member of BOP is charged with conducting investigative interv…
working on controlled drugs
electronically
pharmaceutical & therapeutical equival…
biological product
cognizant member
member of BOP is charged with conducting investigative interv…
30 terms
Law Final: GA Pharmacy Act
T/F - The "practice of pharmacy" invol…
Security paper must have one of more o…
Pharmacist board members have to have…
What is the consumer board member allo…
False - report them to physician/provider
1. prevent unauthorized copying... 2. prevent erasure/modificati…
6 months... 5 years exp... **can't be employed by a school
administrative issues... policy... NOT on practical or scientific…
T/F - The "practice of pharmacy" invol…
False - report them to physician/provider
Security paper must have one of more o…
1. prevent unauthorized copying... 2. prevent erasure/modificati…
123 terms
GA Pharmacy Law Exam 2
What is the registration and schedulin…
How long is the ATT (authorization to…
Understand the content of the exam
What type of questions are asked?
1. Set up on NABP.net... fee: $200... 2. Once you're registered and…
1 YEAR
- 2 hrs (no breaks0... - computer-adaptive examination... - exam is…
Federal and state specific questions.... tests on:... - legal aspec…
What is the registration and schedulin…
1. Set up on NABP.net... fee: $200... 2. Once you're registered and…
How long is the ATT (authorization to…
1 YEAR
30 terms
Law Final: GA Pharmacy Act
T/F - The "practice of pharmacy" invol…
Security paper must have one of more o…
Pharmacist board members have to have…
What is the consumer board member allo…
False - report them to physician/provider
1. prevent unauthorized copying... 2. prevent erasure/modificati…
6 months... 5 years exp... **can't be employed by a school
administrative issues... policy... NOT on practical or scientific…
T/F - The "practice of pharmacy" invol…
False - report them to physician/provider
Security paper must have one of more o…
1. prevent unauthorized copying... 2. prevent erasure/modificati…
30 terms
Law Final: GA Pharmacy Act
T/F - The "practice of pharmacy" invol…
Security paper must have one of more o…
Pharmacist board members have to have…
What is the consumer board member allo…
False - report them to physician/provider
1. prevent unauthorized copying... 2. prevent erasure/modificati…
6 months... 5 years exp... **can't be employed by a school
administrative issues... policy... NOT on practical or scientific…
T/F - The "practice of pharmacy" invol…
False - report them to physician/provider
Security paper must have one of more o…
1. prevent unauthorized copying... 2. prevent erasure/modificati…
123 terms
Pharmacy Law Exam 2-rank1-GA
What is the registration and schedulin…
How long is the ATT (authorization to…
Understand the content of the exam
What type of questions are asked?
1. Set up on NABP.net... fee: $200... 2. Once you're registered and…
1 YEAR
- 2 hrs (no breaks0... - computer-adaptive examination... - exam is…
Federal and state specific questions.... tests on:... - legal aspec…
What is the registration and schedulin…
1. Set up on NABP.net... fee: $200... 2. Once you're registered and…
How long is the ATT (authorization to…
1 YEAR
20 terms
Pharmacy Law
NABP
Drug Enforcement Administration
Kefauver - Harris Amendment
Durham-Humphrey Amendment
What organization oversees the national examination for a pha…
What does "DEA" stand for?
All medication to be pure and safe for human consumption
This brought about the categories (Legend/prescription and OTC)
NABP
What organization oversees the national examination for a pha…
Drug Enforcement Administration
What does "DEA" stand for?
66 terms
Pharmacy Law
Duragesic ,Actiq,Fentora,Sublimaze
Ms Contin,Avinza,Kadian
Demerol
Dilaudid,Dilaudid HP
Fentanyl
Morphine Sulfate
Meperidine
Hydromorphone
Duragesic ,Actiq,Fentora,Sublimaze
Fentanyl
Ms Contin,Avinza,Kadian
Morphine Sulfate
49 terms
Pharmacy Law
Administrative Law
Adulterated
Centers for Disease Control and Preven…
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Serv…
"Federal government uses administrations to enforce laws. Ex.…
To make something impure.
Charged with protecting public health and safety through the…
Regulates administration of Medicare, Medicaid, State Childre…
Administrative Law
"Federal government uses administrations to enforce laws. Ex.…
Adulterated
To make something impure.
11 terms
Pharmacy Law
1906 Federal Food and Drug Act
1914 Harrison Narcotic Act
1938 Food Drug and Cosmetic Act
1951 Durham Humphrey Amendment
Prohibits Sale of Adulterated or Mislabeled Foods, Drinks, an…
Limits the Transport of Opium. Requires a Prescription to Pur…
Made Food and Drug Act to Include Cosmetics.... * Requires Pack…
Distinguishes Legend Drugs from OTC... * Requires Companies to…
1906 Federal Food and Drug Act
Prohibits Sale of Adulterated or Mislabeled Foods, Drinks, an…
1914 Harrison Narcotic Act
Limits the Transport of Opium. Requires a Prescription to Pur…
PHARMACY LAW
Drug Listing Act
Federal Hazardous Substance Act
Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act... FDC... 1938
Controlled substance act ... CSA... 1970
assigns National Drug Code (NDC), 11 digit code.
1. drugs and blood stained objects must be discarded as "haza…
1. requires new drug application (NDA)... 2. manufacture ensures…
1. requires keeping records and securing certain medicines... 2.…
Drug Listing Act
assigns National Drug Code (NDC), 11 digit code.
Federal Hazardous Substance Act
1. drugs and blood stained objects must be discarded as "haza…
14 terms
Pharmacy Law
1. Enacted to prohibit the sale of ina…
Enacted because of excessive opium add…
1. Basis for pharmacy law today... 2. Cr…
1. Made initial distinction between le…
Pure Food & Drug Act of 1906
Harrison Narcotic Act of 1914
Food, Drug, & Cosmetic Act of 1938
Durham-Humphrey Act of 1951
1. Enacted to prohibit the sale of ina…
Pure Food & Drug Act of 1906
Enacted because of excessive opium add…
Harrison Narcotic Act of 1914
20 terms
Pharmacy Law for Pharmacy Technicians
Administrative Law
Case Law
Common Law
Constitutional Law
Regulations set forth by governmental agencies, such as the I…
Law established by judicial decision in legal cases and used…
Derives authority from ancient usages and customs affirmed by…
Deals with interpretation and implementation of the U.S. Cong…
Administrative Law
Regulations set forth by governmental agencies, such as the I…
Case Law
Law established by judicial decision in legal cases and used…
355 terms
Pharmacy law
Laws vs ethics... _______ for human con…
Branches of goverment
Legislative branch function
Executive branch function
Laws : requirements... ethics: choices
1. Legislative... 2. Executive... 3. Judicial
makes the law (congress)
enforces the law
Laws vs ethics... _______ for human con…
Laws : requirements... ethics: choices
Branches of goverment
1. Legislative... 2. Executive... 3. Judicial
15 terms
Pharmacy Law
Pure Food and Drug Act 1906
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938
Durham, Humphrey Amendment of 1951
Kefauver Harris Amendment 1962
Congress pass this law in 1906 to protect people from unsanit…
Law suggest that no new drug can be marketed until proven saf…
also known as Prescription Drug Amendment... it generally differ…
know as Drug Efficacy Amendment... this law indicates that new a…
Pure Food and Drug Act 1906
Congress pass this law in 1906 to protect people from unsanit…
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938
Law suggest that no new drug can be marketed until proven saf…
102 terms
Pharmacy Law
Federal Food and Drug Act
Health Insurance Portability and Accou…
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act
OBRA 90
FDA... - Series of consumer protection laws ... - led to creation o…
- HIPAA... - Provides the ability to transfer and continue healt…
OBRA... - Allowed Workers and Families to keep their group cover…
- placed regulations on how to interact with patients... - recor…
Federal Food and Drug Act
FDA... - Series of consumer protection laws ... - led to creation o…
Health Insurance Portability and Accou…
- HIPAA... - Provides the ability to transfer and continue healt…
23 terms
Pharmacy Law
1906 Federal and Food Drug Act
1914 Harrison Narcotic Act
1938 Food Drug and Cosmetic Act
1951 Durham Humphrey Amendment
This act prohibits the sale of mislabeled drugs as well as th…
This act requires a prescription to purchase opium and limits…
This act required drug companies to provide package inserts.…
This act made the distinction between over the counter drugs…
1906 Federal and Food Drug Act
This act prohibits the sale of mislabeled drugs as well as th…
1914 Harrison Narcotic Act
This act requires a prescription to purchase opium and limits…
16 terms
Pharmacy Laws
1906 Pure Food and Drug Act
1938 Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act
The Durham Humphrey Amendment of 1951
The Kefauver-Harris Amendments of 1962
First attempt to make drugs safe, but not enough
Deals with the adulteration and misbranding of drugs, result…
Created "prescription" drugs that required medical supervision
Manufacturers have to prove the effectiveness and safety of n…
1906 Pure Food and Drug Act
First attempt to make drugs safe, but not enough
1938 Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act
Deals with the adulteration and misbranding of drugs, result…
23 terms
Pharmacy Law for Pharmacy Technicians
1938 Food Drug and Cosmetic Act of
The Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906
The Durham Humphrey Amendment of 1951
The Kefauver-Harris Amendment of 1962
*Act ID's adulteration & misbranding as illegal... *Requires lab…
Act required that the label not contain false information abo…
Established the difference between legend or prescription dru…
Extended the FDA to require the drug products be safe and eff…
1938 Food Drug and Cosmetic Act of
*Act ID's adulteration & misbranding as illegal... *Requires lab…
The Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906
Act required that the label not contain false information abo…
22 terms
Laws Pharmacy
Federal Food and Drug Act of 1906
Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act of…
The Durham-Humphrey Amendment of 1951
The Kefauver-Harris Amendment of 1962
• Known as the Pure Food and Drug Act.... • Provided authority f…
• Known as FDCA 1938.... • Replaced the Food and Drug act of 190…
• Created a distinction between "OTC" and "Legend Drugs".... • L…
• Also known as the "Drug Efficacy Amendment".... • Required dru…
Federal Food and Drug Act of 1906
• Known as the Pure Food and Drug Act.... • Provided authority f…
Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act of…
• Known as FDCA 1938.... • Replaced the Food and Drug act of 190…
Pharmacy Laws
1906 Pure food and Drug Act
1914 Harrison Narcotic Act
1938 Food Drug & Cosmetic Act
1951 Durham-Humphrey Amendment
prohibits sales of mislabeled foods and medicines
limits transportation of opium must have Rx for opium
The second attempt to regulate medicine
No dispensing Rx medicine without a prescription
1906 Pure food and Drug Act
prohibits sales of mislabeled foods and medicines
1914 Harrison Narcotic Act
limits transportation of opium must have Rx for opium
16 terms
Pharmacy Law
To prohibit the interstate transportat…
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration…
An amendment to FDCA 1938 requiring al…
Requires all medications in the United…
Pure Food & Drug Act of 1906
Food, Drug, & Cosmetic Act of 1938
Durham-Humphrey Act of 1951
Kefauver-Harris Amendment of 1962
To prohibit the interstate transportat…
Pure Food & Drug Act of 1906
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration…
Food, Drug, & Cosmetic Act of 1938
24 terms
Pharmacy Law
1906 Federal and Food Drug Act
1914 Harrison Narcotic Act
1938 Food Drug and Cosmetic Act
1951 Durham Humphrey Amendment
This act prohibits the sale of mislabeled drugs as well as th…
This act requires a prescription to purchase opium and limits…
This act required drug companies to provide package inserts.…
This act made the distinction between over the counter drugs…
1906 Federal and Food Drug Act
This act prohibits the sale of mislabeled drugs as well as th…
1914 Harrison Narcotic Act
This act requires a prescription to purchase opium and limits…
119 terms
Pharmacy Law
Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act
Controlled Substances Act
Federal Hazardous Substances Act
Poison Prevention Packaging Act
guarantees safe, effective, and unadulterated drug product th…
regulates the manufacture, distribution, and dispensing of ab…
•enforced by Consumer Product Safety Commision;... •mandates saf…
mandates for childproof packaging
Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act
guarantees safe, effective, and unadulterated drug product th…
Controlled Substances Act
regulates the manufacture, distribution, and dispensing of ab…
24 terms
Pharmacy Laws
1906 Pure food and Drug Act
1914 Harrison Narcotic Act
1938 Food Drug & Cosmetic Act
1951 Durham-Humphrey Amendment
prohibits sales of mislabeled foods and medicines
limits transportation of opium must have Rx for opium
The second attempt to regulate medicine
No dispensing Rx medicine without a prescription
1906 Pure food and Drug Act
prohibits sales of mislabeled foods and medicines
1914 Harrison Narcotic Act
limits transportation of opium must have Rx for opium
14 terms
Pharmacy Law
Pure Food & Drug Act of 1906
Harrison Narcotic Act of 1914
Food, Drug, & Cosmetic Act of 1938
Durham-Humphrey Act of 1951
1. Enacted to prohibit the sale of inacurrately labeled drugs…
Enacted because of excessive opium addiction across the Unite…
1. Basis for pharmacy law today... 2. Created FDA... 3. Required…
1. Made initial distinction between legend and OTC drugs... 2.…
Pure Food & Drug Act of 1906
1. Enacted to prohibit the sale of inacurrately labeled drugs…
Harrison Narcotic Act of 1914
Enacted because of excessive opium addiction across the Unite…
20 terms
Pharmacy Law
C-I
C-II
C-III
C-IV
NO medical use. LSD, Marijuana, Cocaine.(recreational)
NO Refills. Percocet, Oxycodone, Vicodin. (analgesics)
5 refills/ 6 months "Pam's"
5 refills / 6 months
C-I
NO medical use. LSD, Marijuana, Cocaine.(recreational)
C-II
NO Refills. Percocet, Oxycodone, Vicodin. (analgesics)
13 terms
Pharmacy Laws
1906 Pure Food and Drug Act
1914 Harrison Narcotics Act
1938 Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act
1962 Kefauver- Harris Amendments
Enacted to stop the sale of inaccurately labeled drugs . Manu…
enacted to curb the recreational use of opium. it was longer…
Provided the legal status for the Food and Drug Administratio…
Enacted in a attempt to ensure the safety and effectiveness o…
1906 Pure Food and Drug Act
Enacted to stop the sale of inaccurately labeled drugs . Manu…
1914 Harrison Narcotics Act
enacted to curb the recreational use of opium. it was longer…
22 terms
Laws Pharmacy
Federal Food and Drug Act of 1906
Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act of…
The Durham-Humphrey Amendment of 1951
The Kefauver-Harris Amendment of 1962
• Known as the Pure Food and Drug Act.... • Provided authority f…
• Known as FDCA 1938.... • Replaced the Food and Drug act of 190…
• Created a distinction between "OTC" and "Legend Drugs".... • L…
• Also known as the "Drug Efficacy Amendment".... • Required dru…
Federal Food and Drug Act of 1906
• Known as the Pure Food and Drug Act.... • Provided authority f…
Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act of…
• Known as FDCA 1938.... • Replaced the Food and Drug act of 190…
17 terms
Pharmacy Law
Pure Food and Drug Act
Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act
Durham-Humphrey amendment
Kefauver-Harris amendment
1. bans sale of adulterated or misbranded food or drugs... 2. fi…
1. requires new drug application (NDA)... 2. manufacture ensures…
1. Prohibits legend drugs without a prescription... 2. requires…
1. required all medications prescription and OTC be pure, eff…
Pure Food and Drug Act
1. bans sale of adulterated or misbranded food or drugs... 2. fi…
Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act
1. requires new drug application (NDA)... 2. manufacture ensures…
26 terms
Pharmacy Law
ethics
American Pharmacists Association
Pure food and drug act of 1906
Food, drug, and cosmetic act of 1938 (…
study of standards and moral judgement
The group that issues a code of ethics for pharmacists
prohibited the interstate transportation or sale of adulterat…
created the FDA; all new drug applications must be filed with…
ethics
study of standards and moral judgement
American Pharmacists Association
The group that issues a code of ethics for pharmacists
30 terms
Pharmacy Law
Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938 (…
Durham-Humphrey Act of 1951
Kefauver-Harris Amendment of 1962
Enacted in 1906 to prohibit the interstate transportation or…
The act required that all new drug applications be filed with…
This act seperated drugs into two categories: legend and nonl…
This amendment requires all medications in the United States…
Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906
Enacted in 1906 to prohibit the interstate transportation or…
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938 (…
The act required that all new drug applications be filed with…
Pharmacy Law
Ethics
DEA
FDA
Pure food and drug act of 1906
A study of standards and moral judgement. Ethics are embraced…
Drug Enforcement Administration. ... Primary agency responsible…
Food and Drug Administration ... New drug development and review…
No false information about drug strength and purity.
Ethics
A study of standards and moral judgement. Ethics are embraced…
DEA
Drug Enforcement Administration. ... Primary agency responsible…
15 terms
Pharmacy Law
H.I.P.A.A.
FDA/Food and Drug Administration
DEA/Drug Enforcement Agency
BOP/Board of Pharmacy (each state)
- is a federal act that you should research that mostly conce…
- Approve new drugs to be sold in the US... - Process New Drug A…
- Federal Agency (U.S. Dept. of Justice)... - Enforce the CSA (c…
- Regulate licensing of Pharmacists... - Regulate licensing of P…
H.I.P.A.A.
- is a federal act that you should research that mostly conce…
FDA/Food and Drug Administration
- Approve new drugs to be sold in the US... - Process New Drug A…
24 terms
Pharmacy Law
Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906
Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act 1938
Durham-Humphrey Act 1951
Kefauver-Harris Amendment 1962
An act that prohibits the interstate transportation or sale o…
Requires all new drug applications to be filed with the FDA a…
An amendment to FDCA requiring all products to have adequate…
Requires all medications in the US to be pure, safe and effec…
Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906
An act that prohibits the interstate transportation or sale o…
Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act 1938
Requires all new drug applications to be filed with the FDA a…
44 terms
Pharmacy Law
AAPT
Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Pure Food and Drug Act
Adulterated Drugs
American Association of Pharmacy Technicians
The body that deals directly with the manufacture and review…
Prohibited the interstate distribution or sale of adulterated…
- In whole or in part of any filthy, putrid, or decomposed su…
AAPT
American Association of Pharmacy Technicians
Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
The body that deals directly with the manufacture and review…
73 terms
Pharmacy Law
How many members serve on the Board of…
Which of the following can prescribe l…
Which of the following can prescribe C…
How long are prescriptions for legend…
7 (5 RPh, 2 public)
O.D., ARNP, PA, nurse midwife (=ARNP), naturopath, PharmD.*…
All: ARNP, allopathic PA, PharmD... C3-C5: O.D., osteopathic P…
1 year
How many members serve on the Board of…
7 (5 RPh, 2 public)
Which of the following can prescribe l…
O.D., ARNP, PA, nurse midwife (=ARNP), naturopath, PharmD.*…
30 terms
Pharmacy Law
1906 Federal and food drug act
1914 Harrison narcotic act
1938 Food drug and cosmetic act
1951 Durham Humphrey Amendment
This act prohibits the sale of mislabeled drugs as well as th…
This act requires a prescription to purchase opium and limits…
This act required drug companies to provide package inserts.…
This act made the distinctions between over the counter drugs…
1906 Federal and food drug act
This act prohibits the sale of mislabeled drugs as well as th…
1914 Harrison narcotic act
This act requires a prescription to purchase opium and limits…
12 terms
Pharmacy Law
The act that was the first to revoluti…
The act that first mandated premarket…
The prescription drug amendment:
The act that put drug efficacy into pl…
pure food and drug
food, drug, and cosmetic
created the prescription drug class
Kefauver Harris Amendment
The act that was the first to revoluti…
pure food and drug
The act that first mandated premarket…
food, drug, and cosmetic
12 terms
Pharmacy Law
Drug Listing Act
Orphan Drug Act
Waxman-Hatch Act
Prescription Drug Marketing Act
Assigns a unique drug code to each medication known as the Na…
Enacted to stimulate the development of drugs for rare diseases
A.K.A. the Drug Price Competition and Patent-Term Restoration…
Designed to increase safeguards to prevent the intro and reta…
Drug Listing Act
Assigns a unique drug code to each medication known as the Na…
Orphan Drug Act
Enacted to stimulate the development of drugs for rare diseases
84 terms
Pharmacy Law
Law
4 Market Failures from which Governmen…
Public Goods
Externalities
-Describe the requirements of pharmacy practice... -Provide guid…
Public goods... Externalities... Natural Monopolies... Information Asy…
Necessary and beneficial commodities that private entities wi…
Exist when production or consumption of a good affects someon…
Law
-Describe the requirements of pharmacy practice... -Provide guid…
4 Market Failures from which Governmen…
Public goods... Externalities... Natural Monopolies... Information Asy…
70 terms
Ga State Board of Pharmacy
State Board Composition
state board __year terms (or until suc…
state board is appointed by ___
pharmacist members must be a resident…
7 pharmacists, 1 consumer member
5
Governor (GPHA input)
6 months
State Board Composition
7 pharmacists, 1 consumer member
state board __year terms (or until suc…
5
14 terms
Pharmacy Law
"Compounding means:
"Manufacture" or "manufacturer" means:
"Drug" means:
"Prescription medication" means:
1) the preparation, mixing, assembling, packaging or labeling…
every person who prepares, derives, produces, compounds, proc…
(a) Articles recognized, or for which standards or specificat…
any drug, including label and container according to context…
"Compounding means:
1) the preparation, mixing, assembling, packaging or labeling…
"Manufacture" or "manufacturer" means:
every person who prepares, derives, produces, compounds, proc…
24 terms
Pharmacy Laws
The Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906
The Sherley Amendment of 1912
The Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938
The Durham-Humphrey Amendment of 1951
-Provided for federal inspection of meat products... -Forbade ma…
Prohibited labeling medicines with false therapeutic claims i…
-Prompted by the sulfanilamide disaster of 1937... -Limited inte…
-Also known as the Prescription Drug Amendment... -Required pres…
The Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906
-Provided for federal inspection of meat products... -Forbade ma…
The Sherley Amendment of 1912
Prohibited labeling medicines with false therapeutic claims i…
46 terms
Pharmacy Law
administrative law
case law
civil law
common law
derived from the executive branch of government, such as the…
drawn from the judicial branch of government; synonymous with…
pertains to injury by one person to another, including assaul…
drawn from the judicial branch of government; synonymous with…
administrative law
derived from the executive branch of government, such as the…
case law
drawn from the judicial branch of government; synonymous with…
20 terms
Pharmacy Laws
This act required pharmaceuticals to c…
Under this act, manufacturers must be…
This act prohibits dispensing of legen…
This act required drugs to be safe and…
Pure Food & Drug Act of 1906
Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act of 1938
Durham-Humphrey Amendment of 1951
Kefauver-Harris Amendment of 1962
This act required pharmaceuticals to c…
Pure Food & Drug Act of 1906
Under this act, manufacturers must be…
Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act of 1938
97 terms
PHARMACY LAW
Drug Listing Act
Federal Hazardous Substance Act
Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act... FDC... 1938
Controlled substance act ... CSA... 1970
assigns National Drug Code (NDC), 11 digit code.
1. drugs and blood stained objects must be discarded as "haza…
1. requires new drug application (NDA)... 2. manufacture ensures…
1. requires keeping records and securing certain medicines... 2.…
Drug Listing Act
assigns National Drug Code (NDC), 11 digit code.
Federal Hazardous Substance Act
1. drugs and blood stained objects must be discarded as "haza…
17 terms
Pharmacy Law for Pharmacy Technicians (2016)
The Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906
1914 Harrison Narcotics Tax Act
1938 Food Drug and Cosmetic Act of
The Durham Humphrey Amendment of 1951
Act required that the label not contain false information abo…
• federal law that regulated Opiates and taxed the production…
*No False Labeling, had to be exact labeling... * Adulteration &…
Established the difference between legend or prescription dru…
The Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906
Act required that the label not contain false information abo…
1914 Harrison Narcotics Tax Act
• federal law that regulated Opiates and taxed the production…
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