Why does a drug go and be a controlled substance, when there are absolutely no narcotics in it? Just to trip up poor interns, and make them get paged by angry patients and pharmacists at night. It’s very difficult to either apologize or be authoritative about one’s lack of a DEA number when your cell phone connection is breaking up. . .

Chief’s advice: don’t write scripts. Let the interns do that. Ha.

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