Dating service contract law pennsylvania
(2) The following are examples of the types of activities which a pharmacy technician may perform: (i) Carry containers of drugs in and around the pharmacy.
Examples of these procedures include: verifying ingredients, weighing ingredients, compounding ingredients and other similar processing of ingredients. (1) A pharmacy technician may work only under the direct, immediate, personal supervision of a pharmacist in accordance with subsection (b)(2).
The pharmacist manager shall make the protocol available to agents of the Board upon demand. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (346630) to (346632). Code § 22.62 (relating to conditions of provider participation); and 49 Pa. A person to whom a pharmacy or pharmacist certificate, license, permit or registration has been issued shall retain copies of reports or notices issued by inspectors or by the Board, and shall maintain the reports and notices on the licensed premises in such a manner as to make them readily available upon request of the Board or its agents for a period of 2 years from date of issuance of the inspection reports or notices. Code § 22.62 (relating to conditions of provider participation).
The pharmacist manager and the pharmacy technician shall date and sign the protocol and each amendment to the protocol.
(ii) Includes reference sources appropriate to the type of pharmacy practice at that particular location.
(6) An adequate reference library which meets the following standards: (i) Enables a pharmacy to prepare and dispense prescriptions properly, consistent with its scope of practice.
(c) Except for a pharmacy operating as a central processing center, a pharmacy shall maintain at least the following equipment and supplies: (1) A refrigerator, used solely for the storage of drugs requiring refrigeration, equipped with a thermometer or a temperature monitoring device.
(3) A pharmacy desiring to or required to dispose of a controlled substance shall contact the nearest DEA office for authority and instructions to dispose of the substance.
The drugs shall be returned to the wholesaler or manufacturer for disposal or disposed of by the pharmacy according to Federal or State statutes or regulations.
(v) Assist the pharmacist in preparing and reconstituting parenteral products and other medications.
(ii) Count pills, tablets and capsules and put them in a container. (iv) Maintain records which are related to the practice of pharmacy.
(iii) Enables the pharmacist to compound medications in a safe and effective manner consistent with accepted standards of pharmacy practice.