d. Pharmacy personnel initials (initials of the pharmacy specialist or pharmacist
who transcribed the order).
f. Product identification (identifies how the product is to be used--piggyback,
g. Date and time of initial dose.
h. Time of administration.
i. Additives (list of additives to the parent solution--leave some blank lines for
the pharmacy to enter additives not listed).
Quantities (identify the amount of the additive to the parent solution).
k. Solution (identifies the parent solution to be used--blank lines should be
included to identify any solution not listed).
l. Volume (identifies the amount of parent solution to be used).
3-14. FOLLOW-UP PROCEDURE
The order is checked for completeness and possible errors. If the product is not
required immediately, the order form should be filed until it is time to prepare the
product. The system used to control the filing and production of products is established