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A comprehensive guide to all the laws that affect Texas pharmacies on a daily basis, Texas Pharmacy Laws and Regulations is a trusted and indispensable resource for Texas pharmacy professionals. Compiled by our team of expert editors and staff attorneys at LexisNexis in collaboration with the Texas State Board of Pharmacy, this Texas pharmacy law book is a convenient and sturdy softbound volume, tabbed at the outside edge of pages for easy reference when you need to answer a question quickly, and is three-hole-punched so you can easily include it in a reference binder.
You'll find coverage of a range of Texas pharmacy laws, including the Texas Pharmacy Act, the Texas Pharmacy Rules, the Texas Controlled Substances Act and Rules, the DEA Pharmacist's Manual, the Texas Dangerous Drug Act, the Texas Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, and all the procedures, forms, and addresses you need. Purchasing this regularly updated publication means you can keep abreast of the latest changes in the law, including over-the-counter sales of ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, and norpseudoephedrine.
Students studying for a pharmacy license, pharmacy technicians, and managers purchasing for a chain of pharmacies will find the Texas Pharmacy Laws and Regulations is the resource you need at a price you can afford.
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Table of contents
TEXAS PHARMACY LAWS AND REGULATIONS*
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART 1 TEXAS PHARMACY ACT
Subtitle J. Pharmacy and Pharmacists.
(Occupations Code, Chapters 551-569)
PART 2 TEXAS PHARMACY RULES
Texas Pharmacy Rules
(Title 22 T.A.C., Part 15**)
PART 3 TEXAS CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT AND RULES
Schedules of Controlled Substances
Texas Controlled Substances Act
(Health and Safety Code, Chapter 481)
Simulated Controlled Substances
(Health and Safety Code, Chapter 482)
Abusable Synthetic Substances
(Health and Safety Code, Chapter 484)
Abusable Volatile Chemicals
(Health and Safety Code, Chapter 485)
Texas Controlled Substances Rules
(Title 37 T.A.C., Part 1, Chapter 13**)
PART 4 DEA PHARMACIST’S MANUAL
DEA Pharmacist’s Manual
PART 5 TEXAS DANGEROUS DRUG ACT
(Health and Safety Code, Chapter 483)
PART 6 TEXAS FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT
Texas Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act
(Health and Safety Code, Chapter 431)
PART 7 OVER-THE-COUNTER SALES OF EPHEDRINE, PSEUDOEPHEDRINE, AND NORPSEUDOEPHEDRINE
Over-The-Counter Sales of Ephedrine, Pseudoephedrine, and Norpseudoephedrine
(Health and Safety Code, Chapter 486)
PART 8 PROCEDURES, ADDRESSES, AND WEB ADDRESSES
Procedures, Addresses, and Web Addresses
USER’S GUIDE TO THE INDEX
TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS TO THE INDEX
* includes all amendments and revisions effective prior to 12/1/2018
** T.A.C. is Texas Administrative Code (a compilation of all regulations adopted by agencies in the state of Texas)