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49 Pa. Code § 27.606. Compounding records.

§ 27.606. Compounding records.

 Compounding records required by this chapter shall be retained as the original records and shall be readily available at the pharmacy for inspection and photocopying by agents of the Board or other authorized authorities for at least 2 years following the date of the record. Prescriptions for all products compounded at the pharmacy shall be maintained on file at the pharmacy as required under §  27.18(b) (relating to standards of practice).


   The provisions of this §  27.606 issued under sections 4(j) and 6(k)(1) and (9) of the Pharmacy Act (63 P.S. § §  390-4(j) and 390-6(k)(1) and (9)).


   The provisions of this §  27.606 adopted June 21, 2019, effective June 22, 2019, 49 Pa.B. 3210.

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