Vaccines National Drug Codes Lookup Crosswalk

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The Vaccines National Drug Codes Lookup Crosswalk database is a lookup table where the Unit of Use and Unit of Sale NDC are mapped to each other as separate NDCs are provided for the Unit of Use (primary) and Unit of Sale (secondary) packaging of a vaccine.

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NDCs are assigned by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) and serve as universal product identifiers for human drugs. These codes indicate the product (FDA Product Code), the manufacturer or packager (FDA Labeler Code), and the packaging (e.g. 5 dose vial).
The format of these codes varies within each component (4-4-2, 5-3-2, or 5-4-1). The combinations of these components have 10 numbers.
In many uses, these 3 components are normalized to a consistent pattern (5-4-2) with dashes between components. A component is left-padded with zero (0) to adjust the size. These more familiar codes are labeled NDC11 in these pages.

In most cases, there are separate NDCs for the Unit of Use (primary) and Unit of Sale (secondary) packaging of a vaccine. That is, the syringe that contains the vaccine has one NDC and the carton of 10 syringes has a different NDC.
Primary package: The container (i.e. vial or syringe) that holds the vaccine. This is generally referred to as the vaccine’s Unit of Use.
Secondary package: The container or packaging that holds the primary packaging. For example, a carton of 5 syringes. This is generally referred to as Unit of Sale or a saleable unit.
Global Trade Identification Numbers (GTIN) are provided for vaccines that are 2D barcoded.
Few vaccines are packaged with two component vaccines. Each component vaccine of a multiple component vaccine will have a unique NDC which also differs from the NDC of the unit of sale. Pentacel is an example. This means that there will be two rows linking the unit of use to unit of sale.

Date Created

2015-06

Last Modified

2019-09-13

Version

2019-09-13

Update Frequency

Irregular

Temporal Coverage

N/A

Spatial Coverage

United States

Source

John Snow Labs; National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases;

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Source Citation

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Keywords

US Vaccine, FDA Vaccine, Vaccine NDC

Other Titles

US Vaccines National Drug Codes Lookup Crosswalk, Vaccines NDC Codes Lookup Crosswalk

NameDescriptionTypeConstraints
Sale_NDCNDC11 for the unit of salestringrequired : 1
Sale_Proprietary_NameProprietary name of the unit of salestringrequired : 1
Sale_LabelerName of the labelerstringrequired : 1
Start_DateDate product began to be marketeddate-
End_DateDate product was no longer marketeddate-
Sale_GTINGTIN barcode for unit of saleintegerlevel : Nominal
Sale_Last_UpdateDate the unit of sale record was last updateddaterequired : 1
Use_NDCNDC11 for unit of usestringrequired : 1
Is_No_Use_NDCIndicator if unit of sale has NDC. If TRUE, the unit of use NDC is set to match unit of sale NDC.booleanrequired : 1
Use_GTINGTIN barcode for unit of useintegerlevel : Nominal
Use_Last_UpdateDate the unit of use record was last updateddaterequired : 1
CVX_CodeCVX for unit of sale NOTE that for some vaccines that have separate vaccine components, the CVX will map to the combined vaccine.integerlevel : Nominal
CVX_DescriptionShort description of CVXstring-
MVX_CodeManufacturers of Vaccines codesstring-
Sale NDCSale Proprietary NameSale LabelerStart DateEnd DateSale GTINSale Last UpdateUse NDCIs No Use NDCUse GTINUse Last UpdateCVX CodeCVX DescriptionMVX Code
00005-0100-02TrumenbaWyeth Pharmaceutical Division of Wyeth Holdings LLC, a subsidiary of Pfizer Inc.2014-11-05300050100027.02018-07-1900005-0100-01False300050100010.02018-07-03162meningococcal B, recombinantPFR
00005-0100-05TrumenbaWyeth Pharmaceutical Division of Wyeth Holdings LLC, a subsidiary of Pfizer Inc.2014-11-05300050100058.02018-07-3000005-0100-01False300050100010.02018-07-03162meningococcal B, recombinantPFR
00005-0100-10TrumenbaWyeth Pharmaceutical Division of Wyeth Holdings LLC, a subsidiary of Pfizer Inc.2014-11-05300050100102.02018-07-1300005-0100-01False300050100010.02018-07-03162meningococcal B, recombinantPFR
00005-1970-50PrevnarWyeth Pharmaceutical Division of Wyeth Holdings Corporation, a subsidiary of Pfizer Inc.2000-03-012011-12-312018-05-3000005-1970-49False2018-05-30100pneumococcal conjugate PCV 7WAL
00005-1971-02PREVNAR 13Wyeth Pharmaceutical Division of Wyeth Holdings LLC2010-03-12300051971022.02019-08-1500005-1971-01False300051971015.02019-08-15133Pneumococcal conjugate PCV 13PFR
00005-1971-04PREVNAR 13Wyeth Pharmaceutical Division of Wyeth Holdings LLC, a subsidiary of Pfizer Inc.2010-03-122014-01-2700005-1971-01False300051971015.02019-08-15133Pneumococcal conjugate PCV 13PFR
00005-1971-05PREVNAR 13Wyeth Pharmaceutical Division of Wyeth Holdings LLC2010-03-12300051971053.02019-08-1500005-1971-01False300051971015.02019-08-15133Pneumococcal conjugate PCV 13PFR
00006-4045-00GARDASILMerck Sharp & Dohme Corp.2006-06-082014-01-2700006-4045-01False300064045017.02014-11-1962HPV, quadrivalentMSD
00006-4045-41GARDASILMerck Sharp & Dohme Corp.2006-06-082014-01-2700006-4045-01False300064045017.02014-11-1962HPV, quadrivalentMSD
00006-4047-20RotaTeqMerck Sharp & Dohme Corp.2006-02-03300064047202.02014-11-1800006-4047-01False300064047011.02016-02-29116rotavirus, pentavalentMSD