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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional And Occupational Licensing
Title 18. Professional And Occupational Licensing
Agency 110. Board of Pharmacy

Chapter 30.
Regulations for Practitioners of the Healing Arts to Sell Controlled Substances
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  • Part IV.
    Written Prescription and Record Keeping Standards
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  • Section 170
    Sign and written prescription requirements
    Section 180
    Manner of maintaining inventory records for licensees selling controlled substances
    Section 190
    Manner of maintaining records for Schedule II through VI controlled substances sold
    Section 200
    Automated data processing records of sale
  • Part V.
    Packaging, Repackaging and Label Standards
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  • Section 210
    Repackaging of controlled substances; records required; labeling requirements
    Section 220
    Labeling of prescription as to content and quantity
    Section 230
    Packaging standards for controlled substance sold
    Section 240
    Special packaging
  • Part VI.
    Patient's Choice of Supplier, Purchase of Drugs, and Return of Controlled Substances
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  • Section 250
    Choice of controlled substance supplier
    Section 255
    Purchase of drugs
    Section 260
    Returning of controlled substances
FORMS (18VAC110-30)

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