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36-11-46.4Standards for selecting prescription drug.

A pharmacist may not select a product unless it has been manufactured, labeled, or distributed by a manufacturer, labeler, or distributor who:

(1)    Marks capsules and tablets with an identification code or monogram;

(2)    Labels products with their expiration date;

(3)    Provides reasonable services to accept return goods that have reached their expiration date;

(4)    Maintains reasonable resources for product information;

(5)    Maintains recall capabilities for unsafe or defective drugs; and

(6)    Makes available therapeutic equivalency ratings.

Source: SL 1978, ch 271, § 6; SL 1990, ch 306, § 4; SL 1993, ch 277, § 5.

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