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Click here for the complete OAC OAC 4729-1: Administrative Procedures4729-1-01 Public notice of hearing to consider proposed rule changes.4729-1-02 Notice of meetings.4729-1-03 Public records.4729-1-05 Advisory committees.4729-1-07 Definitions: Personal Information Systems.4729-1-08 Procedures for accessing confidential personal information.4729-1-09 Valid reasons for accessing confidential personal information.4729-1-10 Confidentiality statutes, regulations, and rules.4729-1-11 Restricting and logging access to confidential personal information in computerized personal information systems.OAC 4729-3: Internship4729-3-01 Definitions.4729-3-02 Registration as a pharmacy intern.4729-3-03 Application for registration as a pharmacy intern.4729-3-04 Pharmacy intern identification card renewal.4729-3-05 Internship credit.4729-3-06 Statement of preceptor and practical experience affadavit.4729-3-09 Expiration of pharmacy intern registration.OAC 4729-4: Pharmacy Technicians4729-4-01 Definitions.4729-4-02 Board approved examination for qualified pharmacy technicians.4729-4-03 Qualified pharmacy technician training program.4729-4-04 Criminal records check for qualified pharmacy technicians.OAC 4729-5: Pharmacy Practice4729-5-01 Definitions.4729-5-02 Identification card and signature.4729-5-03 Renewal of registration.4729-5-04 Violations as evidence for denial of a pharmacist or intern license.4729-5-05 Change of name of registrant.4729-5-06 Pharmacist and pharmacy intern change of address and/or employment.4729-5-07 Recognized and approved colleges of pharmacy.4729-5-08 Pharmacy Intern professional functions.4729-5-09 Prescription filing.4729-5-10 Prescription pick-up station.4729-5-11 Responsible person.4729-5-12 Criminal Records Check for Pharmacists and Pharmacy Interns.4729-5-13 Prescription format.4729-5-14 Prescription format for a hospice outpatient.4729-5-15 Prescriber.4729-5-16 Labeling of drugs dispensed on prescription.4729-5-17 Labeling by prescribers who personally furnish dangerous drugs to their patients.4729-5-18 Patient profiles.4729-5-19 Serial numbering of prescriptions.4729-5-20 Prospective drug utilization review.4729-5-21 Manner of processing a prescription.4729-5-22 Patient counseling.4729-5-23 Therapeutic diabetic shoes.4729-5-24 Prescription copy.4729-5-26 Partial dispensing of schedule II controlled substances.4729-5-27 Record keeping.4729-5-29 Confidentiality of patient records.4729-5-30 Manner of issuance of a prescription.4729-5-31 Criteria for licensure by examination.4729-5-32 Criteria for licensure by reciprocity.4729-5-33 Examination application for registration as pharmacist.4729-5-34 Successful completion of the "Test of Spoken English as a Foreign Language Internet-Based Test".4729-5-35 Automated drug delivery systems.4729-5-36 Course requirements in the administration of adult immunizations.4729-5-37 Protocols for the administration of adult immunizations.4729-5-38 Immunization Administration.OAC 4729-6: Impaired Pharmacists4729-6-01 Definitions: impaired pharmacists.4729-6-02 Applicability.4729-6-03 Requirements for approved treatment providers.4729-6-05 Requirements for limited approved treatment providers.4729-6-10 Summary suspension, license of impaired pharmacist.OAC 4729-7: Continuing Pharmacy Education4729-7-01 Definitions.4729-7-02 Requirements for renewal of a pharmacist identification card.4729-7-03 Evidence of continuing pharmacy education experiences.4729-7-05 Procedure for approval as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.4729-7-06 Criteria for in-state approved providers of continuing pharmacy education.4729-7-07 Probation or revocation of approval as a provider.4729-7-08 Alternative methods of proving continuing competency.4729-7-09 Jurisprudence continuing education programs.4729-7-10 Veteran and military family provisions related to licensure as a pharmacist or pharmacy intern.OAC 4729-8: Drug Take Back4729-8-01 Definitions.4729-8-02 Permanent drug collection boxes.4729-8-03 Prescription drug collection events.4729-8-04 Procedure for disposal of collected drugs.OAC 4729-9: Dangerous Drugs4729-9-01 Definitions.4729-9-02 Minimum standards for a pharmacy.4729-9-03 Minimum standards for a first-aid department.4729-9-04 Returned drugs.4729-9-05 Security requirements.4729-9-06 Disposal of dangerous drugs which are controlled substances.4729-9-07 Procedure for discontinuing business as a wholesale or a terminal distributor of dangerous drugs.4729-9-08 Change in description of terminal or wholesale dangerous drug facility.4729-9-09 Security of prescription blanks and D.E.A. controlled substance order forms.4729-9-10 Occasional sale.4729-9-11 Security and control of dangerous drugs.4729-9-12 Verification of license as a distributor of dangerous drugs or exempt status of a prescriber.4729-9-13 Distributor of dangerous drug samples.4729-9-14 Records of controlled substances.4729-9-15 Report of theft or loss of dangerous drugs, controlled substances, and drug documents.4729-9-16 Minimum requirements for wholesalers.4729-9-17 Storage of adulterated drugs.4729-9-18 Availability of terminal, wholesale, or manufacturer license.4729-9-19 Violations as evidence for denial of terminal, wholesale, or manufacturer license.4729-9-20 Drugs repackaged by a pharmacy.4729-9-21 Drugs compounded in a pharmacy.4729-9-22 Records of dangerous drugs.4729-9-23 Dispensing of multiple drugs in single-dose containers.4729-9-24 Retail and wholesale sales of dangerous drugs on-line.4729-9-26 Criminal Records Check For Pain Management ClinicsOAC 4729-10: Nonresident Terminal Distributor Of Dangerous Drug4729-10-01 Definitions.4729-10-02 Licensure.4729-10-03 Compliance.4729-10-04 Inspection.OAC 4729-11: Controlled Substances4729-11-01 Definitions.4729-11-02 Scheduling of Compounds.4729-11-07 Standard pharmaceutical references.4729-11-09 Sale of schedule V controlled substance products without a prescription.4729-11Schedules II, III, IV and V. Schedules II, III, and IV.OAC 4729-12: Ephedrine4729-12-01 Definition of ephedrine.4729-12-02 Registration and licensure.4729-12-03 Security, storage, and sale.4729-12-04 Inventory.4729-12-05 Records.4729-12-08 Petitions for exception of ephedrine-containing products.4729-12-09 Exceptions.4729-12-10 Criteria to be considered in denying a petition for exemption or removing a drug product exemption.OAC 4729-13: Approved Laboratories4729-13-01 Definitions.4729-13-02 Procedure for state board of pharmacy approval as a laboratory.4729-13-03 Qualifications for a laboratory.4729-13-04 Recordkeeping.4729-13-05 Security controls for laboratories.4729-13-06 Responsible person for approved laboratories.OAC 4729-14: Animal Shelters4729-14-01 Definitions.4729-14-02 Procedure for licensure as an animal shelter.4729-14-03 Qualifications for licensure as an animal shelter.4729-14-04 Records of dangerous drugs.4729-14-05 Security controls for animal shelters.4729-14-06 Responsible person for an approved animal shelter.OAC 4729-15: Nuclear Pharmacies4729-15-01 Definitions.4729-15-02 Responsibility for nuclear pharmacy.4729-15-03 Minimum standards for a nuclear pharmacy.4729-15-04 Labeling of radiopharmaceuticals.4729-15-05 Prohibitions.OAC 4729-16: Drug Compounding4729-16-01 Definitions.4729-16-02 Sterile compounded drugs provided by an outsourcing facility.4729-16-03 Drugs Compounded in a Pharmacy.4729-16-05 Drugs Compounded in a Fluid Therapy Pharmacy.4729-16-06 Recordkeeping For Compounding.4729-16-07 Drugs Compounded at an In-State Pharmacy for Direct Administration by a Prescriber.4729-16-08 Drugs Compounded by a Nonresident Pharmacy.4729-16-09 Terminal Distributor Licenses for Compounding Drugs and Ordering Compounded Drugs.4729-16-10 In-State Pharmacy Compounding for Drug Shortages.OAC 4729-17: Institutional Facilities4729-17-01 Definitions.4729-17-02 Pharmacist-in-charge of an institutional pharmacy.4729-17-03 Security and control of drugs in an institutional facility.4729-17-04 Records; institutional pharmacy.4729-17-05 Controlled substance recordkeeping.4729-17-08 Minimum standards for an institutional pharmacy.4729-17-09 Drug orders for patients of an institutional facility.4729-17-10 Labeling of prescriptions for patients of an institutional facility.4729-17-11 Labeling of prescriptions for outpatients.4729-17-13 D.E.A. numbers for hospital employed prescribers.OAC 4729-19: Sterile Product Prescriptions4729-19-01 Definitions.4729-19-02 Prescriptions for sterile products.4729-19-03 Labeling.4729-19-04 Minimum standards for compounding parenteral or sterile product prescriptions.OAC 4729-21: Medical Gases4729-21-01 Registration/licensure.4729-21-02 Compressed medical gas fillers.4729-21-03 Records.4729-21-04 Requirements for a cryogenic medical gases safety program.4729-21-05 Modifying cryogenic vessels, connections, adaptors, and valves.4729-21-06 Sales of medical oxygen to S.C.U.B.A. divers.OAC 4729-22: Retail Sellers Of Oxygen4729-22-01 Licensure.4729-22-02 Security, storage, and sale.4729-22-03 Records.4729-22-04 Prescriber's order.OAC 4729-25: Nitrous Oxide4729-25-01 Licensure.4729-25-02 Security, storage, and use.4729-25-03 Records.4729-25-04 Report of theft or loss.OAC 4729-27: Peritoneal Dialysis Solutions4729-27-01 Definitions.4729-27-02 Licensure.4729-27-03 Security, storage, and sale.4729-27-04 Records.4729-27-05 Prescriber's order.OAC 4729-29: Consult Agreements4729-29-01 Reasonable attempt to contact and confer.4729-29-02 Pharmacist as agent.4729-29-03 Records.4729-29-04 Therapy management by formulary.4729-29-06 Institutional policy for consult agreements.4729-29-07 Board review of the institutional policy for consult agreements.OAC 4729-33: Emergency Medical Services4729-33-01 Definitions.4729-33-02 Licensure.4729-33-03 Security and storage of dangerous drugs.4729-33-04 Record keeping.4729-33-05 Posting Up.OAC 4729-35: Drug Repository Programs4729-35-01 Definitions.4729-35-02 Eligibility requirements for a pharmacy, hospital, or nonprofit clinic.4729-35-03 Donating drugs.4729-35-04 Eligible drugs.4729-35-05 Eligibility requirements to receive drugs.4729-35-06 Donor form.4729-35-07 Recipient form.4729-35-08 Record keeping.4729-35-09 Handling fee.OAC 4729-36: Charitable Pharmacies4729-36-01 Definitions.4729-36-02 Licensure of a charitable pharmacy.4729-36-03 Requirements of a charitable pharmacy.4729-36-04 Sample drug distribution to a charitable pharmacy.4729-36-05 Eligibility requirements for sample drugs received by a charitable pharmacy.4729-36-06 Dispensing a sample drug by a charitable pharmacy.OAC 4729-37: Drug Database (OARRS)4729-37-01 Definitions.4729-37-02 List of drugs to be reported.4729-37-03 Entities required to submit information.4729-37-04 Information required for submission.4729-37-05 Electronic format required for the transmission of dispensing information.4729-37-06 Electronic format required for the transmission of wholesale drug sales.4729-37-07 Frequency requirements for submitting drug database information.4729-37-08 Procedures for obtaining drug database information.4729-37-09 Requesting an extension to the information storage requirements.4729-37-10 Providing database statistics and law enforcement outcomes.4729-37-11 Corrections to the drug database.