S.C. Code Regs. 99-47 - Compounding of Veterinary Drug Preparations
Current through Register Vol. 45, No. 12, December 24, 2021
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99-47. Compounding of Veterinary Drug Preparations.
A. A licensed pharmacist, practicing in a permitted pharmacy, may compound veterinary drug preparations to be used by veterinarians in their offices for administration to animals.
B. Compounded office use drug preparations may be dispensed by a veterinarian to an owner of an animal for the treatment of a bodily injury or disease of the animal only in an urgent or emergency situation for use in a single course of treatment, not to exceed a 168-hour supply.
C. The compounded veterinary drug preparations may not be distributed by an entity other than the pharmacy that compounded such veterinary drug preparations. This does not prohibit administration of a compounded drug preparation in a veterinary health care setting or dispensing of a compounded drug preparation pursuant to a prescription drug order executed in accordance with federal and state law.
HISTORY: Added by SCSR 44-6 Doc. No. 4926, eff June 26, 2020.