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Nothing in this chapter may be construed to prevent:
(1) A student or graduate of an accredited school of pharmacy from receiving practical training pursuant to an internship or other approved program under the supervision of a pharmacist in this State;
(2) A pharmacy technician or certified pharmacy technician from performing under the direct supervision of a pharmacist the delegated functions permitted under the rules and regulations of the Board and not inconsistent with this chapter;
(3) A practitioner licensed under the laws of this State to practice within the scope of that practitioner’s license;
(4) The selling at retail of over-the-counter products;
(5) A business not licensed as a pharmacy to sell gases that are used for medicinal purposes and which require a prescription, provided that:
a. The business is registered with the Board;
b. The sale is authorized by a written order or by a verbal order reduced to writing from a practitioner;
c. The record of the written order or of the verbal order reduced to writing is maintained on the premises of the business for at least 2 years; and
d. The gas product is stored and dispensed according to requirements established by the Board.
(6) The sale of noncontrolled prescription drugs designated for veterinary use by a business not licensed as a pharmacy, provided that the business is registered with the Board and the sale is authorized by a written order or by a verbal order reduced to writing from a licensed veterinarian.
(7) A pharmacist in this State from dispensing a valid noncontrolled prescription drug pursuant to a prescription received via electronic transmission from a practitioner's office to the prescription department of the dispensing pharmacy.
(8) Pharmacist selection of appropriate dosage forms, concentrations, equivalent strengths or routes of administration of medications.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Delaware Code Title 24. Professions and Occupations § 2523. Exemptions - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/de/title-24-professions-and-occupations/de-code-sect-24-2523.html
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