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Question:

You are working for a chain pharmacy, and an- other member of the chain has run out of DEA Form 222s. They ask to borrow one of your DEA Form 222s. What would you do?

A DEA Form 222s are for a specific pharmacy and can be used only by the pharmacy to which they were issued.
Explaination

The Controlled Substances Act requires that a pharmacy use DEA Form 222 to purchase Schedule II medications. The DEA Form 222 issued to a pharmacy is specific to that pharmacy for the use of ordering or transferring Schedule II medications. The DEA Form 222 cannot be lent to another pharmacy.