CPG Sec. 654.300 Chloramphenicol as an Unapproved New Animal Drug - Direct Reference Seizure Authority
Chloramphenicol, for animal use, is a new animal drug. The drug must be the subject of an approved NADA for legal commercial marketing. In addition, chloramphenicol is a veterinary prescription drug and must be used by or under the direction of a licensed veterinarian. The drug must be handled in accordance with the requirements of Section 503(f) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act and 21 CFR 201.105 to meet the exemption from bearing adequate directions for use.
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