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     37-27-302. Administration of prescription drugs prohibited -- exceptions. A licensed direct-entry midwife may not dispense or administer prescription drugs other than newborn vitamin K (oral or intramuscular preparations), pitocin (intramuscular) postpartum, xylocaine (subcutaneous), and, in accordance with administrative rules adopted by the department of public health and human services, prophylactic eye agents to newborn infants. These drugs may be administered only if prescribed by a physician.

     History: En. Sec. 11, Ch. 550, L. 1991; amd. Sec. 42, Ch. 44, L. 2007.

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