Prescriptions (veterinary)

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Prescriptions (veterinary)
1 Who Can Prescribe?
1.1 POM - V
1.1.1 POM - VPS
1.1.1.1 NFA - VPS
1.1.1.1.1 AVM - GSL
2 Abbreviations
2.1 b.i.d
2.1.1 s.i.d
2.1.2 q.i.d
2.2 p.o
2.2.1 IV
2.2.2 IP
2.2.3 IM
3 Any prescription for a veterinary medical product issued by a professional person qualified to do so in accordance with applicable national law - EU Defintion
4 Legislation
4.1 EU Veterinary Medicines Directive (2001)
4.2 Veterinary Medicines Regulation (2013)
4.3 RCVS
5 Labelling
5.1 Safe and Effective Use
5.2 Warnings
5.3 Packaging may not be obscured
6 Prescribing Cascade
6.1 No suitable authorised veterinary medicine available in the UK
6.1.1 Benefits of treatment to outweight risk
6.1.1.1 May be administered by vet or under direction
7 Details on Prescription
7.1 Vet's name and address
7.2 Professional qualifications
7.3 Date and details of animal to be treated
7.4 Name and address of owner
7.5 Details of medication, drug, dose and quantity
7.6 How many time the prescription may be repeated
7.7 "For animal use only"
7.8 Signature of vet
8 Valid for 6 months unless stated otherwise
9 Controlled drugs valid for 28 days, non repeatable
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