§ 39-24-10 Short title
§ 39-24-20 Definitions
§ 39-24-30 Substitution of equivalent drug product authorized; substitution of interchangeable biological product authorized
§ 39-24-40 Prescription shall state whether substitution proper; form; consent of patient
§ 39-24-50 Retroactive effect
§ 39-24-60 Out of state and United States Government prescriptions

Terms Used In South Carolina Code > Title 39 > Chapter 24

  • Brand name: means the proprietary or trade name placed upon a drug, its container, label or wrapping at the time of packaging;

    (2) "Generic name" means the United States Adopted Name (USAN) or the official title of a drug published in the latest edition of a nationally recognized pharmacopoeia or formulary;

    (3) "Substitute" means to dispense, with the practitioner's authorization, a "therapeutically equivalent" generic drug product of identical drug salt or an interchangeable biological product in place of the drug or biological product ordered or prescribed;

    (4) "Therapeutically equivalent" means the same efficacy and toxicity when administered to an individual in the same dosage form; and

    (5) "Practitioner" means a physician, osteopath, dentist, podiatrist, veterinarian, or any other person authorized to prescribe drugs under the laws of this State. See South Carolina Code 33-46-710
  • Telephone cooperative: means a corporation which is financed, now or formerly, in whole or in part by the Department of Agriculture made under the provisions of the Rural Electric Act of 1936, Title 26, Section 922 of the United States Code, and acts amendatory thereto for the purposes of owning or operating in this State equipment or facilities for the transmission of intelligence through a communication service system including, but not limited to, telephone services, mobile radio, and cable television on a cooperative basis as is tax exempt pursuant to Internal Revenue Service Code 501(c)(12) or an association of like corporations exempt from tax pursuant to 501(c)(6), or operated under a cooperative basis pursuant to Subchapter T of the Internal Revenue Code and originally incorporated pursuant to Title 33, Chapter 45 of the South Carolina Code of Laws or this chapter. See South Carolina Code 33-46-20