If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our pharmacist-in-charge for more information.
This agreement states that any compounded preparation (prescription drugs) sold for in-clinic may only be administered to the patient and may not be dispensed to the patient or sold to any other person or entity except patients in the veterinarian's office, or on the patient's premises. The prescription drugs are only used to meet the needs of the veterinarian's patient. The veterinarians must also comply with laws relating to the practice of veterinary medicine and all state and federal laws relating to prescription drugs.
You, the veterinarian must include on a patient's chart, medication order, or medication administration record the lot number and beyond-use date of a compounded preparation administered to the patient.
All patients must be told that all adverse reactions should be reported to our pharmacist.
In the event of a recall for a compounded preparation the veterinarian must assist in notifying the patients with information about the recall.