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(3)  Figure 3-8 illustrates a prepared DA Form 3875, Bulk Drug Order Form,
used in the movement of supplies from the main pharmacy to dispensing areas. The
internal movement, of supplies to dispensing areas, directly subordinate to the main
pharmacy generates no UCA procedure count. This applies whether the dispensing
area is centralized or decentralized. The pediatric pharmacy in this example should
maintain a UCA count on its own based on established UCA guidelines.
Figure 3-8. DA Form 3815, Bulk Drug Order Form (movement of supplies from the
main pharmacy to dispensing areas).
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