PDMP includes drugs on Schedules II through V

http://www.pharmaciststeve.com/?p=11366

Connecticut’s Prescription Monitoring Program, run by the state Department of Consumer Protection, was established in 2008…

The latest change in the program will be implemented on Oct. 1, when Connecticut doctors will be required to check the database if prescribing more than a 72-hour supply of a drug listed on Schedule II through Schedule V of the federal controlled substance law. Those drugs include stimulants like amphetamines, anabolic steroids, opioids and other narcotics…

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