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EMERGENCY KIT

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EMERGENCY KITS


EMERGENCY MEDICATION KITS IN CLASS 3a FACILITIES


  • May contain up to a 24 hour supply of up to 10 different controlled substances in unit dose packaging
  • No more than 3 drugs may be injectables
  • Each kit must be secured in a stationary, double-locked system
  • Controlled substances from the kit may be administered in an emergency pursuant to an order of an authorized prescriber
  • The facility must notify the pharmacy within 24 hours each time the kit is unsealed, opened or shows evidence of tampering

RECORDS REQUIRED WHEN DISPENSING FROM EMERGENCY KIT

  • Date and hour of administration
  • Name and quantity of controlled substance
  • Name of practitioner ordering
  • Patient’s name
  • Signature of person administering medication
  • Balance of controlled substances in the kit after administration

Section 80.49
Section 80.50
BNE COMMUNICATION FEBRUARY 2007
DEA PHARMACIST’S MANUAL APPENDIX H
21 CFR CH. II CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES IN EMERGENCY KITS FOR LONG TERM CARE FACILITIES

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