Can Nurse Practitioners Prescribe Narcotics?

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Nurse practitioners do many duties of a doctor such as doing physical exams, prescribing medication, and ordering x-rays for patients. Nurse Practitioners can now prescribe a control substance to their patients. They can prescribe up to five refills for a narcotic controlled substance.
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