What is a pharmacy label?
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Similarly one may ask, what is required on a pharmacy label?
The information must include, but is not limited to: the original prescription number; date of issuance; full name and address of the patient; the prescriber's name, address, and DEA registration number; the name, strength, dosage form and quantity of the controlled substance prescribed (and quantity dispensed if
Furthermore, what is an auxiliary label on a prescription? An auxiliary label or cautionary and advisory label (CAL) is a label added on to a dispensed medication package by a pharmacist in addition to the usual prescription label. These labels are intended to provide supplementary information regarding safe administration, use, and storage of the medication.
Herein, how do you read a pharmacy label?
Labels should include the following information:
- Pharmacy contact information - name address and phone number.
- Your name.
- Prescription number.
- Your physician's name (who ordered the medication)
- Name of medication.
- Expiration date.
- Number of refills allowed by your physician.
- Directions on how to take the medication.
What schedule is Tramadol?
1. Tramadol is now a controlled substance in all 50 U.S. states. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) announced that tramadol classification was placed into schedule IV of the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) effective August 18, 2014. The new scheduling applies to all forms of tramadol.