Bot Detector
Download FREE Sample Issue or Article
Subscribe Today
A subscription to IJPC provides on-line access to full-text, full-color, printable PDF copies of your subscribed issues, individual articles, and purchased archives.

Compounding with Controlled Substances

Author(s):  Whalen Mary Kate

Issue:  Jan/Feb 2002 - Compounding for Pain Management and Dental Medicine
View All Articles in Issue

Page(s):  8-10

Compounding with Controlled Substances Page 1
Compounding with Controlled Substances Page 2
Compounding with Controlled Substances Page 3

Download in electronic PDF format for $75

Abstract:  The author, an attorney, provides an overview of the Controlled Substances Act and US Drug Enforcement Administration regulations regarding compounding and highlights recent issues regarding the use of controlled substances in formulations. She concludes that compounding pharmacists who compound controlled substances within the parameters for authorized compounding established by their state boards of pharmacy and US Food and Drug Administration guidelines should not have problems with their local Drug Enforcement Administration field office. However, if problems do arise, enforcement actions vary with each field office.

Related Keywords: Controlled substances DEA narcotic CSA FDA "Negative List"

Related Categories: BUSINESS, LEGAL

Printer-Friendly Version

Related Articles from IJPC
(Click for Abstract / Details / Purchase)
Compounding with Controlled Substances
Whalen Mary Kate
Jan/Feb 2002
Pg. 8-10

The Drug Enforcement Agency's Position on "Constructive Transfer" Under the Controlled Substances Act
Pore R David
Nov/Dec 2012
Pg. 446-450

Determining Whether a Substance is Legal to Compound with Under Section 503A of the FDCA
Cabaleiro Joe
Sep/Oct 2021
Pg. 358-362

Evaluation of Containment Ventilated Enclosure Performance in Absence of Negative Pressure Containment Secondary Engineering Control
Hutson Chad
, Day A J
Nov/Dec 2019
Pg. 511-518

Compounding in the Pharmacy Curriculum: Beyond the Basics
Hinkle Amanda R
, Newton Gail D
May/Jun 2004
Pg. 181-185

Unique Challenges in Compounding: Managing Severe Musculoskeletal Pain in a Recovered Substance Abuser
Christiansen Joel
, White Lyndell
Jul/Aug 2010
Pg. 310-314

Basics of Compounding: The "Negative" List
Allen Loyd V
Jul/Aug 2015
Pg. 311-313

The "Lists": What Do They Mean?
Voliva John
Nov/Dec 2016
Pg. 477-479

U.S. Food and Drug Administration List of Drugs NOT to be Used in Compounded Medications for Humans (The Negative List)
Nov/Dec 2016
Pg. 457-458

Sterile Basics of Compounding: Contamination Control Strategies, Part 1
Summers Amy
Sep/Oct 2022
Pg. 411-418

U.S. Food and Drug Administration Proposed Guidance Document: Compounding Animal Drugs from Bulk Substances
Miller David G
Jul/Aug 2015
Pg. 303-305

Controlled Environment Testing Association Applications Guide for the Use of Barrier Isolators in Compounding Sterile Preparations in Healthcare Facilities, Part 1
Wagner James T
Mar/Apr 2006
Pg. 128-133

Controlled Environment Testing Association Applications Guide for the Use of Barrier Isolators in Compounding Sterile Preparations in Healthcare Facilities, Part 2
Wagner James T
May/Jun 2006
Pg. 208-211

Quality-Control Analytical Methods: Specific-Gravity Determinations of Liquids and Semisolids
Allen Loyd V Jr
Nov/Dec 2003
Pg. 477-480

The US FDA List of Drugs Not to Be Used in Compounded Medications for Humans (the "Negative List")
Allen Loyd V Jr
, Ashworth Lisa D
Jan/Feb 2005
Pg. 44-46

PostScription: Guidance to Achieve Accreditation from the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board
Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board
Sep/Oct 2010
Pg. 440-441

Quality Control: Testing for "Micromonsters": Viable Air and Surface Sampling in Aseptic Compounding
Mulder Kyle
May/Jun 2021
Pg. 211-216

Current Topical Treatments in Wound Healing - Part 1
Helmke Christopher D
Jul/Aug 2004
Pg. 269-274

An Ounce of Prevention: Controlling Hazards in Extemporaneous Compounding Practices
Kastango Eric S
, Trissel Lawrence A, Bradshaw Brian D
Sep/Oct 2003
Pg. 401-416

Quality Control Analytical Methods: A Guide to Quality Control Testing for the Compounding Pharmacist
Zolner William J
Jul/Aug 2006
Pg. 281-284

Return to Top