drugs that are prescribed by a physician, often as a result of a doctor's visit or contact.
Drugs that the FDA has determined must be used only under the direction and supervision of a licensed veterinarian.
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Drugs and medications that are required by law to be dispensed by written prescriptions from a licensed physician.
Drugs that can only be purchased after authorization by a veterinarian.
means those drugs that, by federal law, require a physician's prescription for purchase.
prescription drugs include: Brand name prescription drug: the initial version of a medication developed by a pharmaceutical manufacturer or a version marketed under a pharmaceutical manufacturer's own registered trade name or trademark. Legend drug: a medicinal substance, dispensed for outpatient use, which under the Federal Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act is required to bear on its original packing label, “Caution: Federal law prohibits dispensing without a prescription.” Formulary: a list of pharmaceutical products developed in consultation with physicians and pharmacists and approved for their quality and cost effectiveness. Generic prescription drug: drugs determined by the FDA to be bio-equivalent to brand name drugs and that are not manufactured or marketed under a registered trade name or trademark.
Medicines that can be obtained only by means of a physician's written order.
Pharmaceutical drugs available only on the prescription of a registered medical practitioner and available only from pharmacies.
Medicines and legend drugs prescribed by a physician and dispensed by a licensed pharmacist, including syringes needed for administration of a drug (e.g., insulin).