Nev. Admin. Code § 454.050 - Records to be maintained by pharmacist

1. A pharmacist shall maintain, in connection with any sale of supplies of dangerous drugs to a practitioner, the order presented in connection with the purchase which contains the following information:
(a) The name of the practitioner, and his address if it is not immediately available to the pharmacist.
(b) The classification of the practitioner's license.
(c) The name, strength and quantity of the drug or drugs supplied.
2. A pharmacist shall maintain the following records in connection with any sale or replenishment of supplies of dangerous drugs to the holder of a permit for the operation of an ambulance, air ambulance or a vehicle of a fire-fighting agency at the scene of an emergency:
(a) The purchase order, which must contain the following information:
(1) The name of the patient.
(2) The date of the order.
(3) The name, strength and quantity of the drug.
(4) The number of the run of the specific vehicle, which references the record of transport or treatment of the patient.
(b) A certification, which may be placed on the purchase order or on a separate paper attached to the purchase order, signed by the pharmacist filling the order and the person receiving the order and specifying:
(1) The date the order was filled by the pharmacy;
(2) Any deletion or change in the dangerous drug furnished pursuant to the order; and
(3) The number of the certificate or license of the practitioner, intermediate emergency medical technician, advanced emergency medical technician-ambulance or registered nurse in charge of the dangerous drug on the ambulance, air ambulance or vehicle of a fire-fighting agency, if the number is not on file in the pharmacy.


Nev. Admin. Code § 454.050
Added to NAC by Bd. of Pharmacy, eff. 10-17-86

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