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Using a Controlled Substances List

Both the DEA and the Code of Federal Regulations lists use the "generic" name for the various drugs and substances. The DEA list also includes many of the brand names and street names under the "Other Names" heading, but not all brand names are listed. Therefore, it is best to search these lists using generic names.
Occasionally, a drug may be listed in two separate controlled substance schedules. For instance, hydrocodone by itself is a Schedule II medication. However, when it is combined with acetaminophen, it is a Schedule III medication.

Where Can More Information Be Found on Controlled Substances?

Contact your local pharmacist for more information about controlled substances.
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