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FDA
Food and Drug Administration
DEA
Drug Enforcement Agency
Misbranding
Incorrect information regarding a drug's strength, quality, or purity
Prescription Drug
a drug that requires medical supervision, obtainable only at hospitals and pharmacies
Over-the-Counter Drug (OTC)
a drug that does not require medical supervision
DEA Schedule: C-I
highest potential of abuse, no legally accepted medical use (ex: heroin, LSD, marijuana)
DEA schedule: C-II
high potential of abuse, with accepted medical use (ex: adderall, oxycodone, morphine)
DEA Schedule: C-III
moderate potential of abuse (ex: Tylenol with codeine, hydrocodone, anabolic steroids)
DEA schedule: C-IV
limited potential for abuse, usually sedatives (ex: Valium, Xanax, Ambien)
DEA schedule: C-V
low potential for abuse, usually cough preparations with codeine (ex: Lomotil, Robitussin with codeine)
PharmD
Doctor of Pharmacy
R.Ph
Registered Pharmacist
CphT
Certified Pharmacy Technician
MD
Doctor of Medicine
DO
Doctor of Osteopathy
DDS
Dentist
DPM
Podiatrist
DVM
Veterinarian
PA
Physician Assistant
NP
Nurse Practitioner
OD
Optometrist