I am doing a medical assistant program assignment which asks us to give info on drugs found in the PDR. They ask us to list a Rx control number. I cannot find one for any drug.
How do I find the Rx or control number of a medication?
- 18 Apr 2010 by Kirk L. Ives
19 Apr 2010
The ndc code is the rx control# it comes 5#'s then4#"sthen sometimes the dose it comes in.Here is a example for Greenstone generic(not brand name) Xanax.the 1st five is 59762(all greenstone products start with that number)the next 4 is 3722 which is written on the pill and the last is 100 so im guessin this version comes in 100 tablets but they can come in 500,1000 etc.
so the control number is 59762-3722-100 thats how its written out.good luck hope this helped
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