Opiod study (California)

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Opiod study (California)

Postby rider001 on Wed Mar 23, 2011 9:07 am

"While lawmakers in California havent looked at limiting the ability of the physicians to dispense Schedule II drugs..."

That is because it is illegal under federal law for a physician to dispense schedule II drugs. Their are a few exceptions to the rule.
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Re: Opiod study (California)

Postby gaiassoul1@yahoo.com on Mon Mar 28, 2011 2:46 pm

Not quite, Morphine and Ritalin are two schedule II drugs that physicians can prescribe....so there are Schedule II drugs that physicians are fully licensed to presecribe and more than a few.
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Re: Opiod study (California)

Postby jpod on Fri Apr 01, 2011 6:32 am

I was curious about Rider's post but then I relized even though he used the word "dispense" my mind thought "perscribe". I am not sure if that matters but I figured Rider was saying there were different rules for dispensing than for prescribing.
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Re: Opiod study (California)

Postby gaiassoul1@yahoo.com on Sat Apr 02, 2011 8:30 pm

thanks Jpod...touche, I missed that....but they can dispense....


California Health and Safety Code Section 11190

(a) Every practitioner, other than a pharmacist, who
prescribes or administers a controlled substance classified in
Schedule II shall make a record that, as to the transaction, shows
all of the following....

practioner being physicians and surgeons.
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