Dispensing regulations (utleveringsbestemmelser)https://legemiddelverket.no/english/import-wholesaling-and-retailing/dispensing-regulations-utleveringsbestemmelserDispensing regulations (utleveringsbestemmelser)NOMA may determine that a drug will be subject to dispensing regulation (1). The pharmacy has a duty to ensure that the requirements for dispensing are met for these medicinal products (2).421NOMA may determine that a drug will be subject to dispensing regulation. The pharmacy has a duty to ensure that the requirements for dispensing are met for these medicinal products.
Personal import of medicinal productshttps://legemiddelverket.no/english/import-wholesaling-and-retailing/personal-importPersonal import of medicinal productsMedicinal products ordered by post from abroad may be seized and destroyed by Norwegian Customs. The purpose of stricter regulations is to prevent improper use and to protect consumers from illegal and counterfeit medicinal products. 442
Procedure for release of blood products and vaccines to the Norwegian markethttps://legemiddelverket.no/english/import-wholesaling-and-retailing/procedure-for-release-of-blood-products-and-vaccines-to-the-norwegian-marketProcedure for release of blood products and vaccines to the Norwegian marketThe Norwegian Medicines Agency follows the EC administrative procedure for Official control authority batch release. 422
Wholesaling in Norway for the products and facilities covered by the MIAhttps://legemiddelverket.no/english/import-wholesaling-and-retailing/wholesaling-in-norway-for-the-products-and-facilities-covered-by-the-miaWholesaling in Norway for the products and facilities covered by the MIAHolders of a Manufactoring and Importation Authorisation (MIA) issued within EU/EEA can perform wholesaling in Norway for the products and facilities covered by the MIA. NoMA should be notified when planning to perform such activities in Norway.1099