(1) The pharmacy shall maintain a record of each sterile pharmaceutical dispensed for at least two years after the last dispensing activity. This record must include, but not be limited to:
(a) the products and quantity dispensed;
(b) the date dispensed;
(c) the prescription identifying number;
(d) the directions for use;
(e) the identification of the dispensing pharmacist and preparing pharmacy technician, if appropriate;
(f) the manufacturer lot number and expiration date, stability date (or recall policy if the lot number is not recorded) ;
(g) the compounding or special instructions, if applicable; and
(h) the next scheduled delivery date.
(2) All records of dispensed sterile pharmaceuticals must be made a part of the patient's home care record.