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Scientific Data Documentation
Drug 1985
DSN: CC37.NAMCS85.DRUG


ABSTRACT

 This report provides documentation for users of the 1985 National
 Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS) Micro-Data Tapes for Drug
 Mentions.  (Documentation of the 1985 NAMCS Micro-Data Tape for
 Patient visits is contained in a separate report.)  Section I,
 "Description of the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey,"
 includes information on the scope of the survey, the sample,
 field activities, data collection procedures, medical coding
 procedures, population estimates, and sampling errors.  Section
 II provides technical details of the tape (number of tracks,
 record length, etc.) and a detailed description of the contents
 of each data record by location.  Section III contains marginal
 data or estimates for each item on the data record n Section II.
 The appendixes contain sampling error tables, instructions and
 definitions for completing the patient record form, and lists of
 codes used in the survey.

 Introduction

 The NAMCS is a national sample survey of patient visits to
 physicians' offices.  Patient visit data were obtained through
 use of a patient encounter form (figure 1) completed by
 physicians for a sample of their patient visits.  In 1980 and
 1981, and again in 1985, the NAMCS encounter form included a
 question which asked for a listing of all drugs/medications
 ordered, administered or provided during the visit.  To
 facilitate analysis of these drug data, a data tape has been
 entered on each sample encounter form.  This tape, called the
 drug mention tape, contains information on 71,182 drugs mentioned
 in the national sample of 71,594 patient visits.

 The information contained in the drug mention tape comes from
 three sources.  Characteristics of the patient visit and of the
 attending physician are derived from the 1985 NAMCS.
 Characteristics of the drugs themselves (e.g., generic
 ingredients, composition status, etc.) are obtained from the Drug
 Product Information File, maintained and marketed by the American
 Druggist Blue Book Data Center, and from the National Drug Code
 Directory, produced by the National Center for Drugs and
 Biologics of the U.S. Public Health Service.

 For a brief description of the survey design and data collection
 procedures, see below.  For a more detailed description of the
 survey design, data collection procedures, and the estimation
 process, see references 1 and 2.  A brief statement on sampling
 errors can be found in the appendix of this document.
 There are two important points relative to analyzing data from
 this micro-data tape that should be noted:


           1-Micro-data tape users should be fully aware of the
               importance of the "drug weight" and how it must be used.
               Information about the drug weight is presented on page
               14.  If more information is needed the staff of the
               Ambulatory Care Statistics Branch can be consulted by
               calling 301/436-7132 during regular working hours.

           2-User should also be aware of the reliability or
               unreliability of certain estimates, particularly the
               smaller estimates.  The National Center for Health
               Statistics, which conducts many health surveys of the
               American people, considers an estimate to be reliable if
               it has a relative standard error of 30% or less.
               Therefore, it is important to know the value of the
               lowest possible estimate in this survey that is
               considered reliable, so as not to present data in a
               journal article or paper that may be unreliable.  Most
               data tape users can obtain an adequate working knowledge
               of the relative standard error from the information
               presented in the Appendix.  If you would like more
               information, do not hesitate to consult the staff of the
               Ambulatory Care Statistics Branch.

 Technical Description

     II.  Technical Description of Tape and Record Format
          -----------------------------------------------

          Data Set Name:                              DRUG1985

          Number of Reels:                                   1

          Number of Recording Tracks:                        9

          Density (bpi):                          1600 or 6250

          Language:                                     EBEDIC

          Parity:                                          ODD

          Record Length:                                   231

          Blocksize:                                    23,100

          Number of Records:                            71,182

          Computer Compatibility:               IBM 360 or 370


METHODOLOGY

 Scope of the Survey

 The basic sampling unit for the NAMCS is the physician-patient
 encounter or visit. Only visits in the offices of nonfederally
 employed physicians classified by the American Medical
 Association (AMA) or the American Osteopathic Association (AOA)
 as "office-based, patient care" were included in the 1985 NAMCS.
 In addition, physicians in the specialties of anesthesiology,
 pathology, and radiology were excluded from the physician
 universe.  Major types of ambulatory encounters not included in
 the 1985 NAMCS were those made by telephone, those made outside
 of the physician's office, and those made in hospital or
 institutional settings.

 Sampling Frame and Size of Sample

 The sampling frame for the 1985 NAMCS was composed of all
 physicians contained in the master files maintained by the AMA
 and AOA as of December 31, 1984, who met the following criteria:

           Office-based, as defined by the AMA and AOA:

           Principally engaged in patient care activities;

           Nonfederally employed;

           Not in specialties of anesthesiology, pathology, and
           radiology.

 The 1985 NAMCS sample included 5,032 physicians:  4,521 MD's and
 511 doctors of osteopathy.  Sample physicians were screened at
 the time of the survey to assure that they met the above-
 mentioned criteria; 928 physicians did not meet all of the
 criteria and were, therefore, ruled out of scope (ineligible) for
 the study.  The most frequent reasons for being out of scope were
 that the physician was retired, deceased, or employed in
 teaching, research, or administration.  Of the 4,104 in-scope
 (eligible) physicians, 2,879 (70.2 percent) participated in the
 study.  The physician universe, sample size, and response rates
 by physician specialty are shown in table I.  Of the
 participating physicians, 397 saw no patients during their
 assigned reporting period because of vacations, illness, or other
 reasons for being temporarily not in practice.


Table I.  DISTRIBUTION OF PHYSICIANS

 DISTRIBUTION OF PHYSICIANS IN THE UNIVERSE AND IN THE 1985 NATIONAL
 AMBULATORY MEDICAL CARE SURVEY SAMPLE BY PHYSICIAN SPECIALTY AND RESPONSE
 STATUS; UNITED STATES:  JANUARY-DECEMBER 1985

                   UNITED
                   STATES       NAMCS    OUT OF   IN
                   UNIVERSE*    SAMPLE   SCOPE    SCOPE

 ALL SPECIALTIES     288,206     5032     928      4104

 GENERAL/FAMILY       51,611      749     144       605
  PRACTICE

 OSTEOPATHY           11,776      511      84       427

 INTERNAL MEDICINE    39,077      381      82       299

 PEDIATRICS           21,499      205      56       149

 GENERAL SURGERY      20,577      290      54       236

 OBSTETRICS +         22,509      322      38       284
  GYNECOLOGY

 ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY   12,574      318      40       278

 CARDIOVASCULAR        8,684      220      27       193
  DISEASES

 DERMATOLOGY           5,116      131      15       116

 UROLOGY               6,893      288      26       262

 PSYCHIATRY           20,081      235      57       178

 NEUROLOGY             4,478      113      16        97

 OPHTHALMOLOGY        11,835      510      49       461

 OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY   5,593      142      20       122

 OTHER SPECIALTIES    45,903      617     220       397

                   NON-         GOOD         RESPONSE
                   RESPONSE     RESPONSE     RATE**

 ALL SPECIALTIES      1225        2879        70%

 GENERAL/FAMILY        204        401         66%
   PRACTICE

 OSTEOPATHY            133        294         66%

 INTERNAL MEDICINE     101        198         83%

 PEDIATRICS             26        123         67%

 GENERAL SURGERY        78        158         74%

 OBSTETRICS +           74        210         75%
   GYNECOLOGY

 ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY     70        208         50%

 CARDIOVASCULAR         96         97         66%
   DISEASES

 DERMATOLOGY            39         77         76%

 UROLOGY                63        199         74%

 PSYCHIATRY             47        131         74%

 NEUROLOGY              34         63         65+

 OPHTHALMOLOGY         121        340         64%

 OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY    44         78         64%

 OTHER SPECIALTIES      95        302         76%

 * THESE DATA ARE DERIVED FROM THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION AND THE
   AMERICAN OSTEOPATHIC ASSOCIATION AND REPRESENT THE TOTAL NUMBER OF
   PHYSICIANS WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR NAMCS.

 ** RESPONSE RATE (PERCENT) = "GOOD RESPONSE" DIVIDED BY "IN SCOPE".  THE
    RATES HAVE BEEN ROUNDED.


 Sample Design

 The 1985 NAMCS utilized a multistage probability design that
 involved probability samples of primary sampling units (PSU's),
 physician practices within PSU's, and patient visits within
 practices.  The first-stage sample of 84 PSU's selected by the
 National Opinion Research Center (NORC), the organization
 responsible for field operations under contract to the NCHS.  A
 PSU is a county, a group of adjacent counties, or a standard
 metropolitan statistical area (SMSA).  A modified probability
 proportional-to-size procedure using separate sampling frames for
 SMSA's and for nonmetropolitan counties was employed.  After
 sorting and stratifying by size, region, and demographic
 characteristics, each frame was divided into sequential zones of
 1 million residents, and a random number was drawn to determine
 which PSU came into the sample from each zone.

 The second stage consisted of a probability sample of practicing
 physicians selected from the master files maintained by the
 American Medical Association (AMA) and American Osteopathic
 Association (AOA).  Within each PSU, all eligible physicians were
 stratified by fifteen specialty groups:  general and family
 practice, osteopathy,1 internal medicine, pediatrics, general
 surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, orthopedic surgery,
 cardiovascular disease, dermatology, urology, psychiatry,
 neurology, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, and all other
 specialties.  See page 23 for the AMA specialties included in the
 latter groups.

 The final state was selection of patient visits within the annual
 practices of sample physicians.  This involved two steps.  First,
 the total physician sample was divided into 52 random subsamples
 of approximately equal size, and each subsample was randomly
 assigned to 1 of the 52 weeks in the survey year.  Second, a
 systematic random sample of visits was selected by the physician
 during the assigned week.  The sampling rate varied for this
 final step from a 100-percent sample for very small practices to
 a 20-percent sample for very large practices as determined in a
 presurvey interview.  The method by which the sampling rate was
 determined is described in reference 3.

 1Osteopaths (DO's) were a separate stratum in the sample design,
 as shown in response table 1, but are included with medical
 doctors (MD's) in data tabulations by specialty.

 Field Activities

 The first contact with the sample physician is through a letter
 from the Director, NCHS, which may be accompanied by a letter
 from one of the 17 national medical associations that endorse the
 NAMCS providing the physician is a member of one or more of these
 associations.  After the physician has received the introductory
 letter(s) the interviewer telephones the physician to set up an
 appointment with him or her to discuss the survey and instruct
 the doctor on how to complete the forms.

 Data Collection

 The actual data collection for the NAMCS was carried out by the
 physician aided by his office staff when possible.  Two data
 collection forms were employed by the physician:  The Patient Log
 and the Patient Record (Figure 1).  The Patient Log is used to
 sequentially list patients seen in the physician's office during
 his assigned reporting week.  This list served as the sampling
 frame to indicate the visit for which data were to be recorded.
 A perforation between the patient names and patient visit
 characteristics permitted the physician to remove patient names
 and protect confidentiality.

 Based on the physician's estimate of the expected number of
 office visits each physician was assigned a patient-sampling
 ratio.  These ratios were designed so that about 30 Patient
 Records were completed during the assigned reporting week.
 Physicians expecting 10 or fewer visits each day recorded data
 for all of them, while those expecting more than 10 visits per
 day recorded data for every second, third, or fifth visit based
 on the predetermined sampling interval.  These procedures
 minimized the data collection workload and maintained approximate
 equal reporting levels among sample physicians regardless of
 practice size.  For physicians assigned a patient sampling ratio,
 a random start was provided on the first page of the log, so that
 predesignated sample visits on each succeeding page of the log
 provided a systematic random sample of patient visits during the
 reporting period.

 Data Processing

 In addition to the completeness checks made by the field staff,
 clerical edits were performed upon receipt of the data for
 central processing.  These procedures proved quite efficient,
 reducing the item nonresponse rates to a negligible amount--2
 percent or less for all data items.

 Information from the Induction Interview and Patient Record was
 keypunched, with 100-percent verification and converted to
 computer tape.  Extensive computer consistency and edit checks
 were also performed.  Data items still unanswered at this point
 were imputed by randomly assigning a value from a Patient Record
 with similar characteristics; imputations were based on physician
 specialty and broad diagnostic categories.

 Medical Coding

 The patient record form contains three medical items, each of
 which requires a separate coding system.  The three coding
 systems are described briefly below.  A two-way independent
 verification procedure was used to control the medical coding
 operation.  Differences between coders were adjudicated by a
 third coder.  Definitions of the three medical items are on pages
 38, 40, and 41 of this documentation.

           (A)  Patient's Reason for Visit:  Information contained in
           item 8 (patient's reason for visit) of the Patient Record
           was coded according to A Reason for Visit Classification for
           Ambulatory Care (RVC).4  A list of the RVC codes are
           contained in Appendix II.  The RVC system utilizes a modular
           structure composed of seven modules.  The digits 1 through 8
           preceding the 3-digit RVC codes have been added to identify
           the various modules as follows:

              "1" =   symptom module, e.g., '1010' = S010 = fever

              "2" =   disease module, e.g., '2205' = D205 = diabetes
                      mellitus

              "3" =diagnostic, screening, and preventive module, e.g.,
                   '3010' = X100 = general medical exam

              "4" =treatment module, e.g., '4110' = T110 = injections

              "5" =injuries and adverse effects module, e.g., '5020' =
                   J020 = fracture and dislocation of leg

              "6" =test results module, e.g., '6100' = R100 = results
                   of blood glucose test

              "7" =administrative module, e.g., '7100' = A100 =
                   physical examination required for employment

              "8" =Uncodable entries, e.g., '8997' = U997 = entry of
                   "none" or no complaint

              "9" =special code = blank

 A maximum of 3 reasons were coded, in sequence; coding
 instructions concerning the patient's reason for visit are
 contained in the NAMCS Medical Coding Manual.  Copies are
 available upon request.
           (B)  Physician's Diagnoses:  Diagnostic information in item
           11 of the Patient Record was coded according to the
           International Classification of Diseases, 9th Revision,
           Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM).5  For 1985 NAMCS micro-
           data tape tabulations involving principal diagnoses, the
           following characteristics exist:

             1.The prefix "1" preceding the diagnostic codes has been
               added to identify all codes in the range 001.00-
               999.90, e.g., '138100' = '381.00' = Acute
               nonsupportive otitis media, unspecified.

             2.The prefix "20" preceding diagnostic codes represents
               V code diagnoses V01.00-V82.90, e.g., '201081' =
               'V10.81' = personal history of malignant neoplasm of
               bone.  In other words, change the "20" to "V."

                   NOTE:  The use of prefixes facilitates the calculation
                   of percent distributions, while substituting "20" for
                   the letter "V" allows that all fields on the data tape
                   will contain numerical data.

             3.In addition to the diagnostic codes from the ICD-9-CM
               there are 5 unique codes in the diagnostic fields that
               were developed by the NAMCS staff:
               209900 = not elsewhere classified diagnosis
               209970 = diagnosis given as "none"
               209980 = noncodable diagnosis
               209990 = illegible diagnosis
               900000 = blank diagnosis

              A maximum of three diagnoses were coded in sequence;
              coding instructions concerning diagnoses are contained in
              the NAMCS Medical Coding Manual.

           (C)  Medication Therapy:  In item 14, the patient record
           form allows for the recording of up to 5 drugs.  NAMCS drug
           data have been coded and classified according to a scheme
           developed for the specific use of the survey.  The following
           drug characteristics appear on this tape:

              Drug Entry Name:  The specific drug identifier entered by
              the recording physician.  It corresponds with the entry
              made on any prescription or medical order.

              Drug Entry Code:  A unique, 5-digit code applied to each
              entry name.

              Generic Name:  The official name assigned to every drug
              entity by the United States Pharmacopeia or other
              responsible authorities.

              Generic Name Code:  A unique, 5-digit code assigned to
              each generic name.

              Entry Status Code:  A unique code which identifies an
              entry choice as either a trade name or generic name.

              Prescription Status Code:  A code designed to identify the
              legal status (prescription or nonprescription) of the drug
              entry.

              Controlled Substance Status Code:  A code used to denote
              the degree of potential abuse and federal control of a
              drug entry.

              Composition Status Code:  A code used to distinguish
              between single-ingredient and combination drugs.

              Ingredient Codes:  Codes used to identify the active,
              generic ingredients of combination drugs.  A maximum of 5
              ingredients can be identified for each combination drug.

              Drug Class Code:  A code used to identify each of 20 major
              classes to which the drug entry may belong.  (Adapted from
              Standard Drug Classifications used in National Drug Code
              (NDC) Directory, 1982.)


Population Figures

 The base population used in computing annual visit rates is
 presented in table II.  These figures are based on provisional
 estimates for the civilian noninstitutionalized population as of
 July 1, 1985, provided by the U.S. Bureau of the Census.  Because
 the NAMCS includes data for only the coterminous United States,
 the original census estimates were modified to account for the
 exclusion of Alaska and Hawaii from the study.  For this reason
 the population estimates should not be considered as official
 population estimates and are presented here solely for the
 purpose of providing denominators for rate computations.

 Estimation Procedures

 Statistics produced from the 1985 National Ambulatory Medical
 Care Survey were derived by a multistage estimating procedure.
 The procedure produces essentially unbiased national estimates
 and has basically three components:  (1) inflation by reciprocals
 of the probabilities of selection, (2) adjustment for
 nonresponse, and (3) a ratio adjustment to fixed totals.  Each of
 these components is described briefly below.

                         (1)  INFLATION BY RECIPROCALS OF
                         SAMPLING PROBABILITIES.--Since the
                         survey utilized a three-stage
                         sample design, there were three
                         probabilities:  (A)  The
                         probability of selecting the PSU,
                         (B) the probability of selecting a
                         physician within the PSU, and (C)
                         the probability of selecting a
                         patient visit within the
                         physician's practice.  The last
                         probability was defined to be the
                         exact number of office visits
                         during the physician's specified
                         reporting week divided by the
                         number of Patient Records
                         completed.  All weekly estimates
                         were inflated by a factor of 52 to
                         derive annual estimates.

                         (2)  ADJUSTMENT FOR NONRESPONSE.--
                         Estimates from the NAMCS data were
                         adjusted to account for sample
                         physicians who did not participate
                         in the study.  This was done in
                         such a manner as to minimize the


Table II.  Population Used in Computing Annual Visit Rates

            Population1 Used in Computing Annual Visit Rates
            Shown in This Report by Age, Race, Sex,
            Geographic Region, and Metropolitan and
            Nonmetropolitan Area-July 1, 1985


                  All       <15       15-24     25-34     35-44     45-54
     1985         Ages      Years     Years     Years     Years     Years
 Race                         (In thousands2)
 -----
  All Races      232,175    51,373    38,141    40,337    31,141    22,243
    Male         112,112    26,283    18,836    19,702    15,142    10,764
    Female       120,062    25,090    19,305    20,635    15,999    11,479

  White          198,020    41,906    31,772    34,244    26,889    19,258
    Male          96,191    21,570    15,781    16,954    13,237     9,394
    Female       101,829    20,336    15,991    17,290    13,652     9,864

  Black           27,959     7,876     5,322     4,838     3,266     2,357
    Male          12,992     3,984     2,521     2,165     1,451     1,053
    Female        14,966     3,892     2,501     2,673     1,815     1,304

  Other            6,196     1,591     1,047     1,255       986       627
    Male           2,929       729       534       584       454       316
    Female         3,267       862       513       672       532       311

  Black & Other   34,155     9,467     6,369     6,093     4,252     2,985
    Male          15,922     4,713     3,055     2,748     1,905     1,370
    Female        18,233     4,754     3,314     3,345     2,347     1,615


     1985         55-64     65 yrs.   15-44      45-64      25-44
                  Years     & over
 Race
 -----
  All Races       22,006    26,934     109,619   44,249     71,478
    Male          10,326    11,060     53,680    21,090     34,844
    Female        11,680    15,874     55,939    23,159     36,634

    White         19,602    24,349     92,905    38,860     61,133
    Male           9,247    10,009     45,971    18,640     30,190
    Female        10,355    14,341     46,933    20,219     30,943

  Black            2,049     2,250     13,426     4,406      8,104
    Male             919       898      6,137     1,972      3,616
    Female         1,130     1,352      7,289     2,434      4,488

  Other              356       334      3,288       983      2,241
    Male             161       153      1,571       477      1,037
    Female           195       181      1,717       506      1,204

  Black & Other    2,405     2,584     16,714     5,389     10,345
    Male           1,079     1,051      7,708     2,449      4,653
    Female         1,325     1,533      9,006     2,940      5,692


                   All       <15     15-24   25-34   35-44   45-54   55-64
      1985         Ages      Years   Years   Years   Years   Years   Years
 Region
 -------                              Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan Totals
    Northeast      49,756               SMSA              178,349
    N. Central     58,601               NonSMSA            53,825
    South          80,129
    West           43,688


                   65 yrs.     15-44     45-64      25-44
      1985         & over
 Region
 -------
    Northeast
    N. Central
    South
    West


 1Excludes Alaska and Hawaii.


 Numbers may not add to totals because of rounding.

                         impact of nonresponse on final
                         estimates by imputing to
                         nonresponding physicians the
                         practice characteristics of similar
                         responding physicians.  For this
                         purpose, similar physicians were
                         judged to be physicians having the
                         same specialty designation and
                         practicing in the same PSU.

                         (3)  RATIO-ADJUSTMENT.--A
                         poststratification adjustment was
                         made within each of nine physician
                         specialty groups.  The ratio
                         adjustment was a multiplication
                         factor which had as its numerator
                         the number of physicians in the
                         universe in each physician
                         specialty group, and as its
                         denominator the estimated number of
                         physicians in that particular
                         specialty group.  The numerator was
                         based on figures obtained from the
                         AMA-AOA master files, and the
                         denominator was based on data from
                         the sample.

 Sampling Errors

 Procedures for calculating sampling errors as well as estimates
 of standard errors of statistics derived from the Petersburg are
 described in Appendix I of reference 2 as well as Appendix I of
 this document.

 Drug Weight

 The "drug weight" is a vital component in the process of
 producing national estimates from sample data and its use should
 be clearly understood by all micro-data tape users.  The
 statistics contained on the micro-data tape reflect data
 concerning only a sample of drug mentions--and not a complete
 count of all the drug mentions that were provided in the United
 States.  The "drug weight" is an inflation factor assigned to
 each drug record.  By aggregating the "drug weight" is an
 inflation factor assigned to each drug record.  By aggregating
 the "drug weights" an estimated complete count or national
 estimate can be obtained.


 RECORD LAYOUT

 Drug Records

  RECORD FORMAT

 This section consists of a detailed breakdown of each tape
 record, providing a brief description of each item of data
 included in the records.  The data are arranged sequentially
 according to their physical location on the tape record.  The
 data in fields 1-10 were obtained from the Drug Product
 Information File, described on page 2 of this document.  Unless
 otherwise stated in the "Item description" column, the remaining
 data are derived from the patient record (page 8).  The AMA and
 the induction interview (reference 3) are alternate sources of
 data, while the computer generates other items by recoding
 selected data items.

 Item                 Field  Tape
 No.           Length     Location      Item Description and Codes

 1               5          1-5         Drug Entry Code
                                        00005-41915 Specific drug name
                                                      identified
                                        99980       Other or undetermined
                                        (See list in Appendix III)

 2               40        6-45           Drug Entry Name
                                        The brand or generic name assigned to
                                        each drug entry code.
                                        (See list in Appendix III)


 3               5         46-50        Generic Name Code
                                        50005-56285    Specific generic name
                                                         identified
                                        50000        Generic name undetermined
                                        (See list in Appendix III)

 4               40        51-90        Generic Name
                                        The official name assigned to each
                                        generic code.
                                        (See list in Appendix III)

 Item          Field        Tape
 No.           Length     Location      Item Description and Codes

 5                        191           Entry status code
                                        1=Generic name
                                        2=Trade name
                                        3=Undetermined

 6                        192           Prescription status code
                                        1=Prescription drug
                                        2=Nonprescription drug
                                        3=Undetermined

 7                        193           Controlled substance status code

                                        1=Schedule I (research only)
                                        2=Schedule II
                                        3=Schedule III
                                        4=Schedule IV
                                        5=Schedule V
                                        6=No control
                                        7=Undetermined

 8                        194           Composition status code

                                        1=Single entity drug
                                        2=Combination drug
                                        3=Undetermined

 9                       2595-119       Ingredient codes (Ingredients of
                                              combination drugs; maximum of 5
                                              generic name codes)
                                       Ingredient code (50005-56285, or 50000)
                                       Ingredient code"
                                       Ingredient code"
                                       Ingredient code"
                                       Ingredient code"

 10             2         120-121      Drug classes
                                       01-19:  Major drug class identified
                                         20:   Other or undetermined
                                       (See list in Appendix III)

 11                     1122           Number of drugs coded
                                       Range:  0-5

 Item          Field        Tape
 No.           Length     Location      Item Description and Codes

 12            6         123-128       Date of visit
 12.1           2         123-124        Month of visit
                                         01-12:   January-December
 12.2           2         125-126        Day of Visit
                                         01-31
 12.3           2         127-128        Year of Visit
                                         Last 2 digits of year

 13            2         129-130       Patient age (in years)
                                         00-99

 14            1         131           Sex
                                        1=Female
                                        2=Male

 15            1         132           Race
                                        1=White
                                        2=Black
                                        3=Asian/Pacific Islander
                                        4=American Indian/Alaskan Native

 16            1         133           Ethnicity
                                        1=Hispanic Orgin
                                        2= Not Hispanic

  17            9         134-142       Expected source(s) of payment
 17.1           1         134             Self-pay            (1=yes, and 0=no)
 17.2           1         135             Medicare                 "
 17.3           1         136             Medicaid                 "
 17.4           1         137             Blue Cross/Blue Shield   "
 17.5           1         138             Other commercial
                                           insurance
 17.6           1         139             HMO/Pre-paid plan        "
 17.7           1         140             No charge                "
 17.8           1         141             Other                    "
 17.9           1         142             Unknown                  "

 Item          Field        Tape
 No.           Length     Location      Item Description and Codes

 18            1         143           Was patient referred by another
                                        physician
                                        1=yes
                                        2=no

  19           15         144-158       Patient reasons for visit (see page 9)
 19.1          15         144-148        Reason #1   S0050-U9990=10050-89990
                                                     Blank=90000
 19.2           5         149-153        Reason #2   S0050-U9990=10050-89990
                                                    Blank=90000
 19.3           5         154-158        Reason #3   S0050-U9990=10050-89990
                                                    Blank=90000

  20            4         159-162        Glucose tests this visit
 20.1           1         159             None(1=yes, and 0=no)
 20.2           1         160             Blood       "
 20.3           1         161             Urine       "
 20.4           1         162             Oral        "

  21           16         163-178       Other Diagnostic services this visit
 21.1           1         163            None           (1=yes, and 0=no)
 21.2           1         164            Breast exam         "
 21.3           1         165            Pelvic exam         "
 21.4           1         166            Rectal exam         "
 21.5           1         167            Visual acuity       "
 21.6           1         168            Urinalysis          "
 21.7           1         169            Hematology          "
 21.8           1         170            Blood chemistry     "
 21.9           1         171            Pap test            "
 21.10          1         172            Other lab test      "
 21.11          1         173            Blood pressure check"
 21.12          1         174            EKG                 "
 21.13          1         175            Chest x-ray         "
 21.14          1         176            Other radiology     "
 21.15          1         177            Ultrasound          "
 21.16          1         178            Other service       "

  22           18         179-196       Physician's diagnosis (see page 10)
 22.1           6         179-184        Diagnosis #100100-V9990=100100-209990
                                                     Blank=90000
 22.2           6         185-190        Diagnosis #200100-V9990=100100-209990
                                                     Blank=90000
 22.3           6         191-196        Diagnosis #300100-V9990=100100-209990
 Item          Field        Tape                     Blank=90000

 No.           Length     Location      Item Description and Codes

  23            2         197-198       Have you seen patient before
 23.1           1         197            1=Yes
                                         0=No
 23.2           1         198           "If yes, for the condition in item
                                        11a?"
                                         0=Not applicable
                                         1=Yes
                                         0=No

 24           10         199-208       Non-medication therapy
               1                         None
               1                         Physiotherapy
               1                         Ambulatory surgery
               1                         Radiation therapy
               1                         Psychotherapy
               1                         Family Planning
               1                         Diet counseling
               1                         Other counseling
               1                         Corrective lenses
               1                         Other

 25            8         209-216       Disposition of this visit
               1                         No follow-up planned (1=Yes and 0=No)
               1                         Return at specified time  "
               1                         Return if needed, P.R.N.  "
               1                         Telephone follow-up planned"
               1                         Referred to other physician"
               1                         Returned to referring
                                           physician               "
               1                         Admit to hospital         "
               1                         Other                     "

 26            3         217-219       Duration of this visit (in minutes)
                                         000-999

 27            5         220-224       Drug Weight (See page 14.)
                                         A right justified, alphanumeric
                                         integer developed by the NAMCS staff
                                         for the purpose of producing national
                                         estimates from sample estimates.

 28            1         225           Geographic Region (Based on actual
                                       location of physician's practice.)
                                        1=Northeast
                                        2=North Central
                                        3=South
                                        4=West

 Item          Field        Tape
 No.           Length     Location      Item Description and Codes

 29            1         226           Metropolitan/Nonmetropolitan (Based on
                                         actual location in conjunction with
                                         the definitions of the bureau of the
                                         Census and the U.S. Office of
                                         Management and Budget.)
                                           1=Standard Metropolitan Statistical
                                            Area (SMSA)
                                           2=Non-SMSA

 30            3         227-229       Physician Specialty (Collected from
                                         Induction Interview - reference 3.)
                                         See "List of Designated Specialty
                                         Codes" on page 23 of these
                                         documentation.

 31            1         230           Type of practice (Derived from
                                        Induction Interview-see reference 3)
                                        1=solo
                                        2=partnership
                                        3=group
                                        4=other


 32            1         231           Type of Doctor
                                        1=AMA (American Medical Association)
                                        2=AOA (American Osteopathic
                                                  Association)

 Designated Specialty Codes

                             Designated Specialties in the
                          National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, 1985
                         (From 1984 AMA List of Designated Specialty Codes)



 GENERAL PRACTICE

      GP    General Practice
      FP    Family Practice

 INTERNAL MEDICINE

      IM    Internal Medicine

 PEDIATRICS

      ADL   Adolescent Medicine
      NPM   Neonatal-Perinatal
                   Medicine
      PD    Pediatrics
      PDA   Pediatric Allergy
      PDC   Pediatric Cardiology
      PDE   Pediatrics, Endocrinology
      PHO   Pediatrics, Hematology-
                   Oncology
      PNP   Pediatrics, Nephrology

 GENERAL SURGERY

      GS    General Surgery

 OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

      GYN   Gynecology
      OBG   Obstetrics and Gynecology
      OBS   Obstetrics

 PSYCHIATRY

      CHP   Child Psychiatry
      HYP   Hypnosis
      P     Psychiatry
      PYA   Psychoanalysis
      PYM   Psychosomatic Medicine

 CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES

      D    Cardiovascular Diseases

 DERMATOLOGY

      D     Dermatology

 ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY

      ORS   Orthopedic Surgery

 OPHTHALMOLOGY

      OPH   Ophthalmology

 OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY

      LAR   Laryngology
      OT    Otology
      OTO   Otorhinolaryngology
      RHI   Rhinology

 NEUROLOGY

      CHN   Child Neurology
      N     Neurology

 UROLOGY

      U     Urologic Surgery

 ALL OTHER SPECIALTIES

      A     Allergy
      AI    Allergy and Immunology
      BE    Broncho-Esophagology
      DIA   Diabetes
      END   Endocrinology
      GE    Gastroenterology
      GER   GeriatricsALL OTHER SPECIALTIES, CONT.
      HEM   Hematology
      IG    Immunology
      ID    Infectious Diseases
      ND    Neoplastic Diseases
      NEP   Nephrology
      NTR   Nutrition
      ON    Oncology
      PUD   Pulmonary Disease
      RHU   Rheumatology
      ABS   Abdominal Surgery
      CDS   Cardiovascular Surgery
      CRS   Colon and Rectal Surgery
      HNS   Head and Neck Surgery
      HS    Hand Surgery
      MFS   Maxillofacial Surgery
      NS    Neurological Surgery
      PDS   Pediatric Surgery
      PS    Plastic Surgery
      TRS   Traumatic Surgery
      TS    Thoracic Surgery
      AM    Aerospace Medicine
      EM    Emergency Medicine
      GPM   General Preventive
             Medicine
      LM    Legal Medicine
      OM    Occupational Medicine
      PA    Clinical Pharmacology
      PH    Public Health
      PM    Physical Medicine and
             Rehabilitation
      OS    Other Specialty
      US    Unspecified Specialty


MARGINAL DATA

  III.  1985 Marginal Data

 Any cell with an estimate of 532,000 drug mentions by all
 specialties or less has a relative standard error of 30 percent
 or more.  Such an estimate is considered an unreliable statistic
 according to the standards of reliability of the National Center
 for Health Statistics.  Micro-data tape users should be aware
 that the following symbols are used with tabular presentation in
 all Center publications:

           ---    Data not available

           ...    Category not applicable

           -      Quantity zero

           0.0    Quantity more than 0 but less than 0.05

           *      Figure does not meet standards of reliability or
                  precision

           =      Figure suppressed to comply with confidentiality
                  requirements


APPENDICES

 Appendix I - Sample Errors,Rounding No.,Instructions,Definitions

  Sample Errors and Rounding of Numbers

     The standard error is primarily a measure of the sampling
 variability that occurs by chance because only a sample, rather
 than the entire universe, is surveyed.  The relative standard
 error of an estimate is obtained by dividing the standard error
 of the estimate by the estimate itself and is expressed as a
 percentage of the estimate.  Relative standard errors for
 estimates for all specialties are shown in Table I.  The errors
 for estimates for individual specialties are shown in Tables II,
 III and IV.

 Table I.  Approximate relative standard errors of estimated
           numbers of drug mentions based on all physician
           specialties:  NAMCS, 1985


     Estimated number of drug mentions         Relative standard
               (in thousands)                  error in percent
                       100                           68.6
                       300                           39.8
                       500                           30.9
                       532                           30.0
                       800                           24.6
                     1,000                           22.1
                     3,000                           13.2
                     5,000                           10.6
                     8,000                            8.8
                    10,000                            8.1
                    30,000                            5.9
                    50,000                            5.3
                    80,000                            5.0
                   100,000                            4.9
                   300,000                            4.5
                   600,000                            4.4


 Example of use of table:  An aggregate of 6,000,000 mentions has
 a relative standard error of 9.9 percent or a standard error of
 594,000 mentions (9.9 percent of 6,000,000).

 Table II.  Approximate relative standard errors of estimated
                numbers of drug mentions based on the following
                physician specialties:  GP, OBG, D, OTO, ORS, N:
                NAMCS, 1985


     Estimated number of drug mentions         Relative standard
               (in thousands)                  error in percent
                       100                           61.9
                       300                           36.4
                       453                           30.0
                       500                           28.7
                       800                           23.2
                     1,000                           21.1
                     3,000                           13.9
                     5,000                           12.0
                     8,000                           10.7
                    10,000                           10.3
                    30,000                            9.0
                    50,000                            8.7
                    80,000                            8.5
                   100,000                            8.5
                   200,000                            8.3


 Example of use of table:  An aggregate of 7,000,000 mentions has
 a relative standard error of 11.0 percent or a standard error of
 770,000 mentions (11.0 percent of 7,000,000).

 Table III.  Approximate relative standard errors of estimated
               numbers of drug mentions based on the following
               physician specialties:  OPH, AND U:  NAMCS, 1985


     Estimated number of drug mentions         Relative standard
               (in thousands)                  error in percent
                       100                           31.6
                       112                           30.0
                       300                           19.4
                       500                           15.8
                       800                           13.4
                     1,000                           12.5
                     3,000                            9.7
                     5,000                            9.0
                     8,000                            8.7
                    10,000                            8.5
                    25,000                            8.2


 Example of use of table:  An aggregate of 2,000,000 mentions has
 a relative standard error of 10.5 percent or a standard error of
 210,000 mentions (10.5 percent of 2,000,000).

 Table IV.  Approximate relative standard errors of estimated
            numbers of drug mentions based on the following
            physician specialties:  CD, IM, PD, GS, P, and all
            other:  NAMCS, 1985


     Estimated number of drug mentions         Relative standard
               (in thousands)                  error in percent
                       100                           78.3
                       300                           46.0
                       500                           36.3
                       768                           30.0
                       800                           29.5
                     1,000                           26.8
                     3,000                           17.8
                     5,000                           15.4
                     8,000                           13.9
                    10,000                           13.3
                    30,000                           11.7
                    50,000                           11.4
                    80,000                           11.2
                   100,000                           11.1


 Example of use of table:  An aggregate of 15,000,000 mentions has
 a relative standard error of 12.6 percent or a standard error of
 1,890,000 mentions (12.6 percent of 15,000,000).

  Instructions and Definitions

   Instructions

 ITEM 1 - DATE OF VISIT

 Self-explanatory


 ITEM 2 - DATE OF BIRTH

 Self-explanatory


 ITEM 3 - SEX

 Self-explanatory


 ITEM 4 - COLOR OR RACE

 If the patient's race is not obvious, the physician (or
 assistant) should mark the box which in his judgment is most
 appropriate.

     1 - White:  A person having origins in any of the original
     peoples of Europe, North Africa, or the Middle East.

     2 - Black:  A person having origins in any of the black
     racial groups of Africa.

     3 - Asian/Pacific Islander:  A person having origins in any
     of the original peoples of Far East, Southeast Asia, the
     Indian subcontinent, or the Pacific Islands.  This area
     includes, for example, China, India, Japan, Korea, the
     Philippine Islands, and Samoa.

     4 - American Indian Alaskan Native:  A person having origins
     in any of the original peoples of North America, and who
     maintains cultural identification through tribal affiliation
     or community recognition.


 ITEM 5 - Ethnicity

 If the patient's ethnicity is not obvious, the physician (or
 assistant) should mark the box which in his judgment is most
 appropriate.

     1 - Hispanic Origin:  A person of Mexican, Puerto Rican,
         Cuban, Central or South American or other Spanish culture or
         origin, regardless of race.

     2 - Not Hispanic:  Check "Not Hispanic" for all persons who
         are not of Hispanic Origin.


 ITEM 6 - EXPECTED SOURCE(S) OF PAYMENT

 Check the source or sources which, to the best of your knowledge,
 describe how this visit will be paid for.  If several categories
 are necessary to describe payment sources, check all that apply.

     1 - Self-Pay:  Any charges billed directly to the patient or
     patient's family which will not be reimbursed by a third
     party.  Includes "co-payments" and "deductibles."  Does not
     include pre-paid plans for which no co-payment is charged.

     2 - Medicare:  Any charges paid in-part or in-full by a
     Medicare plan.  Include payments made directly to the
     physician as well as payments reimbursed to the patient.

     3 - Medicaid:  Any charges paid in-part or in-full by a
     Medicare plan.  Include payments made directly to the
     physician as well as payments reimbursed to the patient.

     4 - Blue Cross/Blue Shield:  Any charges paid by B.C. or
     B.S. either directly to physician or reimbursed to patient.
     If charges are covered under a BC/BS sponsored prepaid plan,
     check this box and the HMO/prepaid plan box below.

     5 - Other Commercial Insurance:  Any charges paid by a
     private insurance company.  Include payment made directly to
     physician as well as reimbursed to the patient.

     6 - HMO/Prepaid Plans:  Charges included under a health
     maintenance organization or other pre-payment plan.  Include
     IPA's, PPO's, etc.

     7 - No Charge:  Visits for which no fee is charged.  Do not
     include visits paid for as part of a total care package,
     e.g., post-operative visits included in a surgical fee,
     pregnancy visits for which a flat fee was charged covering
     entire pregnancy, and HMO and prepaid systems.

     8 - Other:  (Specify)  Any other source of payment not
     covered in above categories.  Examples include workman's
     compensation programs, local welfare, CHAMPUS, and VA.


 ITEM 7 - WAS PATIENT REFERRED FOR THIS VISIT BY ANOTHER
 PHYSICIAN?

 This item is intended to provide an idea of the "flow" of
 ambulatory patients from one physician to another.  This item
 concerns referral to the same physician by a different physician.
 The counterpart to this item is box 5 of Item 15 which concerns
 referrals by the sample physician to another physician.

 The interest is in referrals for this visit and not in referrals
 for any prior visit.  Referrals are any visits that are made
 because of the advice or direction of a physician other than the
 one being visited.


 ITEM 8 - PATIENT'S COMPLAINT(S), SYMPTOM(S) OR OTHER REASON(S)
 FOR THIS VISIT (in patient's own words)

     (1)  We want the patient's principal complaint, symptom or
          other reason as it seems to the patient.  The physician
          may recognize right away, or may find out after
          examination, that the real problem is something
          entirely different, but here we are interested in how
          the patient defines his trouble.

     (2)  The item (like all other items on the Patient Record)
          refers to patient's complaint, symptom or other reason
          for this visit.  Conceivably, the patient may be in
          treatment for a serious illness, but if his principal
          problem on this visit is a cut finger or a twisted
          ankle, that is the information we want.

     (3)  The complain or symptom should be described in the
          patient's own words.  We will obtain the physician's
          diagnosis in Item 11.  Here we want the patient's
          description of the problem:  "pain in chest," "cramps
          after eating," or whatever.

 Space has been allotted for:  (a) most important, and (b) other
 complaints, symptoms, and reasons, if mentioned by patient.  In
 actuality, we code up to three patient problems regardless of
 whether they are listed in (a) or (b), or both.  They are coded
 in the order they are listed.

 There will, of course, be visits by patients for reasons other
 than some complaint or symptom.  Examples might be:  annual
 checkup, routine prenatal or postnatal care.  In such cases, the
 physician should simply enter the reason for the visit.  (But
 remember that if the reason for patient visit was only to pay a
 bill or ask the physician to fill out an insurance form or to
 drop off a specimen, no Patient Record should be completed.)


 ITEM 9 - GLUCOSE TEST(S) THIS VISIT

 Check the appropriate box or boxes to describe any test(s)
 ordered, provided or specimen taken to measure patient's glucose
 level.  Include test for diagnosis, screening and patient
 evaluation.


 ITEM 10 - OTHER DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES THIS VISIT

 Check appropriate box or boxes for all services and tests
 ordered, provided or specimen taken this visit.  Do not include
 glucose tests recorded in Item 9.

     1 - NONE:  Self-explanatory

     2 - BREAST EXAM:  Examination of female breast by physician
     or staff members.

     3 - PELVIC EXAM:  Self-explanatory

     4 - RECTAL EXAM:  Any manual or proctoscopic examination of
     the rectum.

     5 - VISUAL ACUITY:  Self-explanatory

     6 - URINALYSIS:  Physical, chemical or microscopic
     examination of urine.

     7 - HEMATOLOGY:  Laboratory exam of blood, includes counts
     (e.g., CBC, platelet count, etc.), clotting studies, and
     tests (e.g., prothrombin test).

     8 - BLOOD CHEMISTRY:  Chemical analysis or tests of blood.

     9 - PAP TEST:  Papanicolaou Test.

     10 - OTHER LAB TEST:  Any other laboratory test ordered or
     provided except glucose tests.

     11 - BLOOD PRESSURE:  Self-explanatory

     12 - EKG:  Electrocardiogram (Self-explanatory).

     13 - CHEST X RAY:  Single or multiple x-rays of the chest
     for diagnostic or screening purposes.  Excludes fluoroscopy
     and studies of ribs, bony thorax and spine.

     14 - OTHER RADIOLOGY:  Any single or multiple x-ray
     examination for diagnostic or screening purposes excluding
     chest x-rays.  Includes computed tomography (C.T.).
     Includes any diagnostic, nuclear medicine, imaging
     procedure.  Excludes radioimmunoassay (RIA) tests (include
     under Other Lab Tests).

     15 - ULTRASOUND:  Any single or multiple, ultrasound imaging
     examination.  Includes A-mode, M-mode, B-scan, and real-time
     scans.  Includes echocardiography and pulsed Doppler for
     vascular flow studies.  Excludes continuous wave Doppler for
     fetal heart monitoring (Doppler stethoscope).

     16 - OTHER (SPECIFY):  Diagnostic services ordered or
     provided which are not listed or included in the boxes
     above.  Any such "OTHER" services should be described on the
     lines provided.


 ITEM 11 - PHYSICIAN'S DIAGNOSIS

 This item should never be blank.

     a.  Under "PRINCIPAL DIAGNOSIS" record best assessment of
     diagnosis associated with the patient's most important
     complaint/reason in Item 8.

     If possible, enter a final or provisional diagnosis;
     otherwise diagnosis may be expressed in "problem" terms.

     If no diagnosis exists for the reason in Item 8 (e.g.,
     visits for well-person exam), enter "well person" or other
     appropriate description of the situation.


 ITEM 12 - HAVE YOU SEEN PATIENT BEFORE?

     b.  "Seen," means "provided care for" at any time in the
     past.  If no (never saw patient before), the physician marks
     that box and goes on to Item 13.  If he marks "Yes," he must
     also answer the sub-question:  Has he seen this patient
     before for the condition diagnosed in Item 11?


 ITEM 13 - NON-MEDICATION THERAPY

 Check all services, ordered or provided at this visit.

     1.  None:

     2.  PHYSIOTHERAPY:  Any form of physical therapy ordered or
     provided, including any treatment using heat, light sound,
     or physical pressure or movement; for example, ultrasonic,
     ultraviolet, infrared, whirlpool, diathermy, cold, and
     manipulative therapy.

     3.  AMBULATORY SURGERY:  Any surgical procedure performed in
     the office or ordered to be performed elsewhere on an
     outpatient basis.  Include management of fractures, suture
     of wounds, application or removal of casts, incision and
     draining of abscesses, irrigations, aspirations, dilation,
     and excisions.

     4.  RADIATION THERAPY:  Includes the therapeutic use of X-
     rays and other high-energy modalities, radium, cobalt and
     brachytherapy for surface, intracavity or interstitial
     applications.  Also includes nuclear medicine therapeutic
     procedures.

     5.  PSYCHOTHERAPY:  All treatments designed to produce a
     mental or emotional response through suggestion, persuasion,
     reeducation, reassurance, or support, including
     psychological counseling hypnosis, psychoanalysis, and
     transactional therapy.

     6.  FAMILY PLANNING:  Services, counseling, or advice that
     might enable patients to determine the number and spacing of
     their children, including both contraception and infertility
     services.

     7.  DIET COUNSELING:  Instructions, recommendations, or
     advice regarding diet or dietary habits.

     8.  OTHER COUNSELING:  Instructions and recommendations
     regarding any health problem, including advice or counsel
     about a change of habit or behavior.  Includes instruction
     on the proper use of drugs and devices and possible adverse
     effects of drugs.  Excludes family planning and diet
     counseling.

     9.  CORRECTIVE LENSES:  Provision, ordering or prescription
     for glasses or contact lenses.

     10.  OTHER:  Treatments or nonmedication therapies ordered
     or provided that are not listed or included in the preceding
     categories.


 ITEM 14 - MEDICATION THERAPY THIS VISIT:

 List all medications, including biologicals, ordered, injected,
 administered, or otherwise provided at this visit.  Include
 nonprescription as well as prescription drugs.  Use the same
 specific drug name (brand or generic) that you used on any
 prescription or office medical record.  Do not enter broad drug
 classes, such as "laxative" or "cough preparation".  Limit
 entries to drug name only.  Additional information such as dosage
 strength or regimen is not required.  Check "yes" or "no" before
 each drug name to indicate whether the drug is a new prescription
 for this patient.

 Check "yes" or "no" after drug name to indicate whether or not
 the drug was provided/prescribed for the principal diagnosis in
 Item 11.


 ITEM 15 - DISPOSITION THIS VISIT

 Eight codes are provided to describe the physician's disposition
 of the case on this visit.  The physician should mark as many
 categories as apply.

               Disposition                   DEFINITION

     1    No Follow-up Planned:         No return visit or
                                        telephone contact is
                                        scheduled for the
                                        patient's problem on this
                                        visit.

     2    Return at Specified Time:     The patient is told to
                                        schedule an appointment
                                        or is instructed to
                                        return at a particular
                                        time.

     3    Return if Needed, P.R.N.:     No future appointment is
                                        made, but the patient is
                                        instructed to make an
                                        appointment with the
                                        physician if the patient
                                        considers it necessary.
                                        (P.R.N., pro re nata, as
                                        necessary, as the
                                        occasion arises.)

     4    Telephone Follow-up
                 Planned:               The patient is instructed
                                        to telephone the
                                        physician on a particular
                                        day (to report on this
                                        progress), or if the need
                                        arises (if he has any
                                        trouble or wishes further
                                        consultation).

     5    Referred to Other Physician:  The patient is instructed
                                        to consult or seek care
                                        from another physician.
                                        The patient may or may
                                        not return to this
                                        physician at a later
                                        date.

     6    Returned to Referring
                 Physician:             Patient was referred to
                                        this physician and is now
                                        instructed to consult
                                        again with the physician
                                        who referred him.

     7    Admit to Hospital:            Patient is instructed
                                        that further care or
                                        treatment will be
                                        provided in a hospital.
                                        No further office visits
                                        are expected prior to
                                        that admission.

     8    Other (Specify):              Any other disposition of
                                        the case not included in
                                        the above categories.
                                        Any such "other"
                                        disposition should be
                                        described on the line
                                        provided.


 ITEM 16 - DURATION OF THIS VISIT

 Include here the entire time the doctor spent with the patient.
 DO NOT include the time patient spent waiting to see the doctor.
 DO NOT include the time patient spent receiving care from someone
 other than the doctor.

 For example, the nurse gave the patient an inoculation, or a
 technician administered an electrocardiogram.  It is entirely
 possible that for visits such as these, the patient would not see
 the doctor at all.  In that case, 0 minutes should be entered in
 Item 16.  The intent of this item is to get the total time spent
 in face-to-face contact with the doctor.

 If more than one patient is seen by the doctor at the same time,
 apply the following rule:

 If the doctor can easily segregate the time spent with each
 (e.g., 3 minutes with one and 27 minutes with the other), he
 should record that on the patient record forms.  If he cannot
 estimate how much time was spent with each, he should divide the
 total time equally among the patients seen together.


DEFINITIONS OF CERTAIN TERMS USED IN THIS DOCUMENT.

 Office(s).--Premises that the physician identifies as locations
 for his ambulatory practice.  Responsibility over time for
 patient care and professional services rendered there generally
 resides with the individual physician rather than with any
 institution.

 Visit.--A direct, personal exchange between ambulatory patient
 and the physician (or members of his staff) for the purpose of
 seeking care and rendering health services.

 Ambulatory patient.--An individual presenting for personal health
 services, neither bedridden nor currently admitted to any health
 care institution on the premises.

 Drug mention(s).--The physician's entry of a pharmaceutical agent
 ordered or provided--by any route of administration--for
 prevention, diagnosis, or treatment.  Generic as well as brand-
 name drugs are included.  Along with all new drugs, the physician
 also records continued medications, if the patient was
 specifically instructed during the visit to continue the
 medication.

 Patients.--Can be classified as either:

 In-scope:  All patients seen by the physician or member of his
 staff in his office(s).

 Out-of-scope:  Patients seen by the physician in a hospital,
 nursing home, or other extended care institution, or the
 patient's home.  Note:  If the doctor has a private office (which
 fits definition of "office") located in a hospital, the
 ambulatory patients seen there would be considered "in-scope."
 The following types of patients are also considered out-of-scope:

     patients seen by the physician in any institution (including
     outpatient clinics of hospitals) for which the institution
     has the primary responsibility for the care of the patient
     over time

     patients who telephone and receive advice from the physician

     patients who come to the office only to leave a specimen,
     pick up insurance forms, or pay their bills

     patients who come to the office only to pick up medications
     previously prescribed by the physician

 Physician.--Can be classified as either:

 In-scope:  All duly licensed doctors of medicine and doctors of
 osteopathy currently in practice who devote most of their
 practice to caring for ambulatory patients at an office location.

 Out-of-scope:  Those physicians who treat patients only
 indirectly, including specialists in anesthesiology, pathology,
 forensic pathology, radiology, therapeutic radiology, and
 diagnostic radiology, and the following physicians.

     physicians in military service

     physicians who treat patients only in an institutional
     setting (e.g., patients in nursing homes and hospitals)

     physicians employed full time by an industry or institution
     and having no private practice (e.g., physicians who work
     for the VA, the Ford Motor Company, etc.)

     physicians who either spend no time seeing ambulatory
     patients or whose patient-care activity is secondary to
     another principal activity, such as teaching,
     administration, or research.

 Physician specialty.--Principal specialty (including general
 practice) as designated by the physician at the time of the
 survey.  Those physicians for whom a specialty was not obtained
 were assigned the principal specialty recorded in the Master
 Physician files maintained by the AMA or AOA.

 Region of practice location.--The four geographic regions,
 excluding Alaska and Hawaii, which correspond to those used by
 the U.S. Bureau of the Census, are as follows:

       Region                            States Included

 Northeast.................... Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts,
                               New Hampshire, New Jersey, New
                               York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,
                               Vermont

 North Central................ Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas,
                               Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri,
                               Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South
                               Dakota, Wisconsin

 South........................ Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware,
                               District of Columbia, Florida,
                               Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana,
                               Maryland, Mississippi, North
                               Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina,
                               Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West
                               Virginia

 West......................... Arizona, California, Colorado,
                               Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico,
                               Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming

 Metropolitan status of practice location.--Physician's practice
 is classified by its location in metropolitan or nonmetropolitan
 areas.  Metropolitan areas are standard metropolitan statistical
 areas (SMSA's) as defined by the U.S. Office of Management and
 Budget, and the Bureau of the Census.

     The definition of an individual SMSA involves two
 considerations:  first, a city or cities of specified population
 which constitute the central city and identify the county in
 which it is located as the central county; second, economic and
 social relationships with "contiguous" counties which are
 metropolitan in character, so that the periphery of the specific
 metropolitan area may be determined.  SMSA's may cross State
 lines.  In New England SMSA's consist of cities and towns, rather
 than counties.


 Appendix II - Reason for Visit

  Summary Codes

                         APPENDIX II

        REASON FOR VISIT CLASSIFICATION TABULAR LIST


                     Module                              Code
                                                         Number
 SYMPTOM MODULE

  General Symptoms                                         S001-S099
  Symptoms Referable to Psychological and
    Mental Disorders                                       S100-S199
  Symptoms Referable to the Nervous System
     (excluding sense organs)                              S200-S259
  Symptoms Referable to the Cardiovascular and
    Lymphatic Systems                                      S260-S299
  Symptoms Referable to the Eyes and Ears                  S300-S399
  Symptoms Referable to the Respiratory
    System                                                 S400-S499
  Symptoms Referable to the Digestive System               S500-S639
  Symptoms Referable to the Genitourinary
    System                                                 S640-S829
  Symptoms Referable to the Skin, Nails and
    Hair                                                   S830-S899
  Symptoms Referable to the Musculoskeletal
    System                                                 S900-S999

 DISEASE MODULE

 Infective and Parasitic Diseases                          D001-D099
 Neoplasms                                                 D100-D199
 Endocrine, Nutritional, and Metabolic
    Diseases                                               D200-D249
 Diseases of the Blood and Blood-Forming
    Organs                                                 D250-D299
 Mental Disorders                                          D300-D349
 Diseases of the Nervous System                            D350-D399
 Diseases of the Eye                                       D400-D449
 Diseases of the Ear                                       D450-D499
 Diseases of the Circulatory System                        D500-D599
 Diseases of the Respiratory System                        D600-D649
 Diseases of the Digestive System                          D650-D699
 Diseases of the Genitourinary System                      D700-D799
 Diseases of the Skin and Subcutaneous
    Tissue                                                 D800-D899
 Diseases of the Musculoskeletal System and
    Tissue                                                 D900-D949
 Congenital Anomalies                                      D950-D989
 Perinatal Morbidity and Mortality
    Conditions                                             D990-D999


 NOTE:  NEC = not elsewhere classifiable; NOS = not otherwise specified.
        REASON FOR VISIT CLASSIFICATION TABULAR LIST

 
                     Module                              Code
                                                         Number
 DIAGNOSTIC, SCREENING AND PREVENTIVE MODULE

  General Examinations                                     X100-X199
  Special Examinations                                     X200-X259
  Diagnostic Tests                                         X300-X399
  Other Screening and Preventive Procedures                X400-X499
  Family Planning                                          X500-X599

 TREATMENT MODULE

  Medications                                              T100-T199
  Preoperative and Postoperative Care                      T200-T249
  Specific Types of Therapy                                T400-T499
  Specific Therapeutic Procedures                          T500-T599
  Medical Counseling                                       T600-T699
  Social Problem Counseling                                T700-T799
  Progress Visit, NEC                                      T800-T899

 INJURIES AND ADVERSE EFFECTS MODULE

  Injury by Type and/or Location                           J001-J799
  Injury, NOS                                              J800-J899
  Poisoning and Adverse Effects                            J900-J999

 TEST RESULTS MODULE                                       R100-R700

 ADMINISTRATIVE MODULE                                     A100-A140

 UNCODABLE ENTRIES                                         U990-U999


 NOTE:  NEC = not elsewhere classifiable; NOS = not otherwise specified.

 Syptom Module

   General Symptoms

 S005.0  Chills
 S010.0  Fever
          Includes:
            High temperature
 S015.0  Tiredness, exhaustion
          Includes:
            Fatigue
            No energy
            Run down
            Worn out
 S020.0  General weakness
 S025.0  General ill feeling
          Includes:
            Not feeling well
            Multiple complaints
            Malaise
            Illness, NOS
 S030.0  Fainting (syncope)
          Includes:
            Blacking out
            Passing out
            Fainting spells
          Excludes:
            Unconsciousness (J840.0)
 S035.0  Symptoms of fluid abnormalities
         S035.1  Edema
                   Includes:
                     Bloated
                     Swollen with water
                     Dropsy
                     Ankles swelling (both)
                   Excludes:
                     Swelling of one ankle (S930.3)
        S035.2  Excessive sweating, perspiration
        S035.3  Excessive thirst
 S040.0  Weight gain
           Includes:
             Obesity
             Overweight
           Excludes:
             Counseling for weight problem (T600.0)

 NOTE:  NEC = not elsewhere classifiable; NOS = not otherwise
 specified.
 S045.0  Weight loss
         S045.1  Recent weight loss
         S045.2  Underweight
 S050.0  Chest pain and related symptoms (not referable to body
          system)
         S050.1  Chest pain
                   Excludes:
                     Heart pain (S265.0)
         S050.2  Chest discomfort, pressure, tightness
         S.050.3 Burning sensation in the chest
 S055.0  Pain, site not referable to a specific body system
           Excludes:
             Chest pain (S050.1)
             Abdominal pain (see S550.0)
         S055.1  Rib pain
         S055.2  Side pain, flank pain
         S055.3  Groin pain
         S055.4  Facial pain
 S060.0  Pain and related symptoms, generalized, site unspecified
         S060.1  Pain, site unspecified
                   Includes:
                     Ache all over
        S060.2  Cramps, spasms, site unspecified
                   Excludes:
                     Menstrual cramps (S745.2)
        S060.3  Stiffness, site unspecified
 S065.0  Tumor or mass, site unspecified
 S070.0  Bleeding, site unspecified
 S075.0  Symptoms of growth and developmental disorders
         S075.1  Lack of growth
                   Includes:
                     Failure to thrive
                     Slowness, physical
                     Too short
                     Immaturity, physical
                     Poor weight gain
         S075.2  Excessive growth
                   Includes:
                     Too tall
                     Too big for age
                     Development, early (physical)
 S080.0  General symptoms of infants, NEC
         S080.1  Crying too much, fussy, fidgety, irritable
         S080.2  Regurgitation, spitting up
                  Excludes:
                    Vomiting (S530.0)
        S080.3  Feeding problem
 S085.0  General or unspecified infection
         S085.1  General viral infection
 S090.0  Allergy, NOS
 S090.0  Allergy, NOS--Con.
           Includes:
             Allergic reaction, NOS
           Excludes:
             Allergic skin reaction (D825.0)
             Allergy to medications (J905.0)
             Nasal allergy (D635.0)
 S095.0  Disorders of motor functions
           Includes:
             Difficulty in walking
             Clumsiness
             Limping
             Staggering
             Stumbling
             Uncoordinated

 Symptoms Referable to Psychological and Mental Disorders

 S100.0  Anxiety and nervousness
           Includes:
             Apprehension
             Bad nerves
             Panicky feeling
             Tension
             Upset
             Worried
 S105.0  Fears and phobias
 S110.0  Depression
           Includes:
             Crying excessively
             Dejected
             Feeling low
             Hopelessness
             Sadness
             Unhappy
 S115.0  Anger
          Includes:
            Bitterness
            Hostile feelings
          Excludes:
            Temper problems (S130.4)
 S120.0  Problems with identity and self-esteem
            Includes:
              No confidence
              Loss of identity
              Identity crisis
              Don't like myself
              Guilt

 S125.0   Restlessness
            Includes:
              Hyperactivity
              Overactivity
 S130.0  Behavioral disturbances
         S130.1  Antisocial behavior
                   Includes:
                     Avoiding people
                     Excessive shyness
                     Social isolation
                     Withdrawal
         S130.2  Hostile Behavior
                   Includes:
                     Aggressiveness
                     Criminality
                     Cruelty
                     Destructiveness
                     Negativism
                     Quarrelsome
         S130.3  Hysterical behavior
         S130.4  Temper problems
                   Includes:
                     Blowing up
                     Losing temper
                     Temper tantrums
        S130.5  Obsessions and compulsions
 S135.0  Disturbances of sleep
         S135.1  Insomnia
                   Includes:
                     Sleeplessness
                     Can't sleep
                     Trouble falling asleep
         S1S135.2  Sleepiness (hypersomnia)
                    Includes:
                      Drowsiness
                      Can't stay awake
         S135.3  Nightmares
         S135.4  Sleepwalking
 S140.0  Smoking problems
           Includes:
             Smoking too much
             Can't quit smoking
           Excludes:
             Smoker's cough (S440.0)
             Physical symptoms of smoking (see particular symptom)
 S145.0  Alcohol-related problems
           Includes:
             Drinking problem
           Excludes:
             Adverse effects of alcohol (J915.0)
 S145.0  Alcohol-related problems--Con.
             Alcoholism (D320.0)
 S150.0  Abnormal drug usage
           Includes:
             Drug abuse
             Frequent or excessive use of stimulants, hallucino-
             gens, depressants, etc.
           Excludes:
             Drug addiction (D320.0)
             Overdose, unintentional (J910.0)
             Intoxication with drugs (J910.0)
 S155.0  Delusions or hallucinations
           Includes:
             Seeing things
             Hearing voices
             Medicine is poisoned
 S160.0  Psychosexual disorders
         S160.1  Frigidity, loss of sex drive, lack of response
         S160.2  Homosexuality, concerns with
         S160.3  Impotence
         S160.4  Premature ejaculation
         S160.5  Masturbation excessive, concerns about
         S160.6  Orgasm, problem with
 S165.0  Other symptoms or problems relating to psychological
         and mental disorders, NEC
           Includes:
             Can't cope
             Going crazy
             Losing my mind
           Excludes:
             Character disorder (D315.0)
             Personality disorder (D315.0)
         S165.1  Nailbiting
         S165.2  Thumbsucking

 Symptoms Referable to the Nervous System-excluding sense organs

 S200.0  Abnormal involuntary movements
           Includes:
             Shaking
             Jerking
             Ties
             Tremors
             Twitch
           Excludes:
             Eye movements (S320.0)
             Eyelid twitch (S335.4)
 S205.0  Convulsions
           Includes:
 S205.0  Convulsions--Con.
           Includes:
             Fits
             Febrile convulsions
             Seizures
             Spells
           Excludes:
             Fainting (S030.0)
 S210.0  Headache, pain in head
           Excludes:
             Sinus headache (S410.1)
             Migraine (D365.0)
 S215.0  Memory, disturbances of
           Includes:
             Amnesia
             Forgetfulness
             Lack or loss of memory
             Temporary loss of memory
 S220.0  Disturbances of sensation
         S220.1  Loss of feeling (anesthesia)
                   Includes:
                     Numbness
                     No response to pain
        S220.2  Increased sensation (hyperesthesia)
        S220.3  Abnormal sensation (paresthesia)
                  Includes:
                    Prickly feeling
                    Burning, tingling sensation
                    Needles and pins
        S220.4  Other disturbances of sense, including smell
                and taste
 S225.0  Vertigo--dizziness
           Includes:
             Falling sensation
             Giddiness (dizziness)
             Lightheadedness
             Loss of sense of equilibrium or balance
             Room spinning
 S230.0  Weakness (neurologic)
           Includes:
             Right- or left-sided weakness
             Drooping, facial or NOS
           Excludes:
             General weakness (S020.0)
 S235.0  Disorders of speech, speech disturbance
         S235.1  Stuttering, stammering
         S235.2  Slurring
 S240.0  Other symptoms referable to the nervous system
           Includes:
             Pinched nerve
 S240.0  Other symptoms referable to the nervous system--Con.
         Confusion

 Symptoms Referable to the Cardiovascular and Lymphatic Systems

 S260.0  Abnormal pulsations and palpitations
         S260.1  Increased heartbeat
                   Includes:
                     Pulse too fast
                     Rapid heartbeat
         S260.2  Decreased heartbeat
                   Includes:
                     Pulse too slow
                     Slow heart
         S260.3  Irregular heartbeat
                   Includes:
                     Fluttering
                     Skipped beat
 S265.0  Heart pain
           Includes:
             Heart distress
             Pain over heart
           Excludes:
             Angina pectoris (D515.0)
             Chest pain (S050.1)
 S270.0  Other symptoms of the heart
           Includes:
             Bad heart
             Poor heart
             Weak heart
             Heart condition
 S275.0  Symptoms of lymph glands (or nodes)
         S275.1  Swollen or enlarged glands
         S275.2  Sore glands
 S280.0  Other symptoms referable to cardiovascular/lymphatic
         system, NEC
         S280.1  Poor circulation
         S280.2  Pallor, paleness
         S280.3  Flushed, blushing

 Symptoms Referable to the Eyes and Ears

 S305.0  Vision dysfunctions
           Excludes:
             Refractive errors (D405.0)
         S305.1  Blindness and half vision
         S305.2  Diminished vision
                   Includes:
                     Blurred vision
 S305.0  Vision dysfunctions--Con.
           Includes:
             Difficulty reading
             Poor vision
             Trouble seeing
             Can't see distances
             Weak eyes
         S305.3  Extraneous vision
                    Includes:
                      Cloudy vision
                      Hazy vision
                      Spots in front of eyes (floaters)
         S305.4  Double vision (diplopia)
 S310.0  Discharge from eye
         S310.1  Bleeding
         S310.2  Tearing, watering (lacrimation)
         S310.3  Pus, matter, white discharge
 S315.0  Eye infection and inflammation
         S315.1  Pinkeye
 S320.0  Abnormal sensations of the eye
         S320.1  Pain
         S320.2  Itching
         S320.3  Burning
         S320.4  Strain
 S325.0  Abnormal eye movements
         S325.1  Abnormal retraction
         S325.2  Cross-eyed
         S325.3  Pupils unequal
         S325.4  Deviation
 S330.0  Abnormal appearance of eyes
         S330.1  Abnormal color
                  Includes:
                    Bloodshot
                    Red
                  Excludes:
                    Yellow (S610.2)
         S330.2  Protrusion (exophthalmos)
         S330.3  Cloudy, dull, hazy appearance
 S335.0  Other symptoms referable to eye, NEC
         S335.1  Contact Lens problems
         S335.2  Allergy
         S335.37 Swelling
                   Excludes:
                     Foreign body (J600.0)
                     Injury (J510.0)
                     Abrasion (J410.0)
 S340.0  Symptoms of eyelids
         S340.1  Infection, inflammation, swelling
         S340.2  Itching
 S340.0  Symptoms of eyelids--Con.
         S340.3  Mass or growth
         S340.4  Abnormal movement
                   Includes:
                     Twitching
                     Blinking
                     Squinting
                     Drooping
 S345.0  Hearing dysfunctions
         S345.1  Diminished hearing
                   Includes:
                     Deafness
                     Trouble hearing
                     Hearing loss
         S345.2  Heightened or acute hearing
         S345.3  Extraneous hearing
                   Includes:
                     Ringing (tinnitus)
                   Excludes:
                     Hearing things (S155.0)
 S350.0  Discharge from ear
         S350.1  Bleeding
         S350.2  Pus (purulent drainage)
         S350.3  Swimmer's ear
 S355.0  Earache, or ear infection
         S355.1  Earache, pain
         S355.2  Ear infection
 S360.0  Plugged feeling in ear
           Includes:
             Ear wax
             Blocked
             Cracking
             Popping
             Ears need cleaning
 S365.0  Other symptoms referable to the ears, NEC
         S365.1  Itching
         S365.2  Growths or mass
         S365.3  Pulling at ears, picking at ears
         S365.4  Abnormal size or shape, "ears stick out"
                   Excludes:
                     Foreign body in ear (J620.0)

 Symptoms Referable to the Respiratory System

 S400.0  Nasal congestion
           Includes:
              Drippy nose, runny nose, post-nasal drip,
               sniffles, stuffy nose
              Nasal obstruction
 S405.0  Other symptoms of nose
           Excludes:
             Allergy (D635.0)
         S405.1  Nosebleed (epistaxis)
         S405.2  Sore in nose
         S405.3  Inflammation and swelling
                   Includes:
                     Sore nose
                     Infection
                     Red nose
         S405.4  Problem with appearance of nose
                   Includes:
                     Too large
                     Bump(s)
                     Undesirable appearance
 S410.0  Sinus problems
         S410.1  Pain and pressure
                   Includes:
                     Sinus headache
         S410.2  Sinus inflammation, infection
         S410.3  Sinus congestion
 S415.0  Shortness of breath
           Includes:
             Breathlessness
             Sensation of suffocation
 S420.0  Labored or difficult breathing (dyspnea)
 S425.0  Wheezing
           Includes:
             Sighing respiration
 S430.0  Breathing problems, NEC
         S430.1  Disorders of respiratory sound, NEC
                   Includes:
                     Abnormal breathing sounds
                     Snoring
                     Rattles
                     Stridor
         S430.2  Rapid breathing (hyperventilation)
 S435.0  Sneezing
 S440.0  Cough
           Includes:
             Croupy cough
             Smoker's cough
 S445.0  Head cold, upper respiratory infection (coryza)
           Includes:
             Cold, NOS
           Excludes:
             Chest cold (S475.0)
 S450.0  Flu
           Includes:
             Grip
 S450.0  Flu--Con.
           Includes:
             Influenza
           Excludes:
             Croup (D600.0)
 S455.0  Symptoms referable to throat
         S455.1  Soreness
         S455.2  Pain
         S455.3  Infection
                   Includes:
                     Throat virus
                   Excludes:
                     Strep throat (D010.0)
         S455.4  Irritation, scratch, tickle
         S455.5  Swelling
         S455.6  Lump or mass
                   Includes:
                     Sensation of something in throat
                   Excludes:
                     Foreign body in throat (J615.0)
 S460.0  Symptoms referable to tonsils
           Includes:
             Infection
             Inflammation
 S470.0  Abnormalities of sputum or phlegm
         S470.1  Coughing up blood
         S470.2  Pus in sputum
         S470.3  Excessive sputum
 S475.0  Congestion in chest
           Includes:
             Lung congestion
             Chest cold
 S480.0  Disorders of voice
         S480.1  Hoarseness, loss of voice
         S480.2  Hypernasality
 S485.0  Other symptoms referable to the respiratory system, NEC

Symptoms Referable to the Digestive System

 S500.0  Symptoms of teeth and gums
         S500.1  Toothache
         S500.2  Gum pain
         S500.3  Bleeding gums
 S505.0  Symptoms referable to lips
         S505.1  Cracked, bleeding, dry
         S505.2  Abnormal color
         S505.3  Cold sore
 S510.0  Symptoms referable to mouth
         S510.1  Pain, burning, soreness
         S510.2  Bleeding
 S510.0  Symptoms referable to mouth--Con.
         S510.3  Dryness
         S510.4  Ulcer, sore
 S515.0  Symptoms referable to tongue
         S515.1  Pain
         S515.2  Bleeding
         S515.3  Inflammation, infection, swelling
         S515.4  Abnormal color, ridges, coated
 S520.0  Difficulty in swallowing (dysphagia)
           Includes:
             Choking
             Inability to swallow
 S525.0  Nausea
           Includes:
             Upset stomach
             Sick to stomach
             Nervous stomach
             Feel like throwing up
 S530.0  Vomiting
           Includes:
             Can't keep food down
             Throwing up
             Retching
           Excludes:
             Regurgitation, infants (S080.2)
             Vomiting blood (S580.2)
 S535.0  Heartburn and indigestion (dyspepsia)
           Includes:
             Excessive belching
 S540.0  Gastrointestinal infection
           Includes:
             Stomach flu
             Stomach virus
             Intestinal virus
 S545.0  Stomach pain, cramps and spasms
         S545.1  Pain
                   Includes:
                     Stomachache, inflammation
         S545.2  Cramps, spasms
                   Includes:
                     Intestinal colic
                     Gas pains
                   Excludes:
                     Groin pain (S055.3)
         S550.1  Lower abdominal pain
                   Includes:
                     Right lower quadrant (RLQ) pain
                     Left lower quadrant (LLQ) pain
         S550.2  Upper abdominal pain
                   Includes:
         S550.2  Upper abdominal pain--Con.
                   Epigastric pain
                   Left upper quadrant (LUQ) pain
                   Pain in umbilical region
                   Right upper quadrant (RUQ) pain
 S565.0  Change in abdominal size
         S565.1  Distention, fullness, NOS
         S565.2  Mass or tumor
         S565.3  Abdominal swelling, NOS
 S570.0  Appetite, abnormal
         S570.1  Excessive appetite
                   Eats too much
                   Always hungry
         S570.2  Decreased appetite
                   Not hungry
                   Loss of appetite
 S580.0  Gastrointestinal bleeding
         S580.1  Blood in stool (melena)
         S580.2  Vomiting blood (hematemesis)
 S585.0  Flatulence
           Includes:
             Bloated, gas
             Excessive gas
             Distention due to gas
           Excludes:
             Gas pains (S550.0)
 S590.0  Constipation
 S595.0  Diarrhea
           Includes:
             Loose stools
             The runs
 S600.0  Other symptoms or changes in bowel function
         S600.1  Discharge in stools
                    Includes:
                      Mucus
                       Pus
        S600.2  Worms
        S600.3  Changes in size, color, shape, or odor
                  Includes:
                    Bulky stools
                    Too narrow
                    Unusual odor or color
        S600.4  Incontinence of stool
                  Includes:
                    Dirty pants (encopresis)
                    Leaking stools
 S605.0  Symptoms referable to anus-rectum
         S605.1  Pain
         S605.2  Bleeding
         S605.3  Swelling or mass
 S605.0  Symptoms referable to anus-rectum--Con.
         S605.4  Itching
 S610.0  Symptoms of liver, gallbladder, and biliary tract
         S610.1  Pain
         S610.2  Jaundice
                   Includes:
                     Yellow eyes
                     Yellow skin
 S615.0  Other symptoms referable to digestive system
           Includes:
             Bad breath (halitosis)
             Stomach problem
             Hiccoughs
             Gastrointestinal distress

 Symptoms Referable to the Genitourinary System

 S640.0  Abnormalities of urine
           Excludes:
             Abnormal findings of urine tests (R200.0)
         S640.1  Blood in urine (hematuria)
         S640.2  Pus in urine
         S640.3  Unusual color or odor
 S645.0  Frequency and urgency of urination
         S645.1  Excessive urination, night (nocturia)
 S650.0  Painful urination
           Includes:
             Burning, discomfort
 S655.0  Incontinence of urine (enuresis)
         S655.1  Involuntary urination, can't hold urine,
                   dribbling
         S655.2  Bedwetting
 S660.0  Other urinary dysfunctions
         S660.1  Retention of urine
                   Can't urinate
         S660.2  Hesitancy
                   Difficulty in starting stream
         S660.3  Large volume
 S665.0  Symptoms of the bladder
           Includes:
             Bladder trouble
         S665.1  Pain
         S665.2  Infection
 S670.0  Symptoms of the kidneys
           Includes:
             Kidney trouble
         S670.1  Pain
         S670.2  Infection

 S675.0  Urinary track infection, NOS
           Includes:
             Genitourinary infection
             Urine infection
 S680.0  Other symptoms referable to urinary tract
           Includes:
             Passed stones
           Excludes:
             Kidney stones or bladder stones (D705.0)
 S700.0  Symptoms of penis
         S700.1  Pain, aching, soreness, tenderness,
                  painful erection
         S700.2  Infection, inflammation, swelling
         S700.3  Lumps, bumps, growths, warts
 S705.0  Penile discharge
 S710.0  Symptoms of prostate
           Includes:
             Prostate trouble
         S710.1  Swelling
         S710.2  Infection
 S715.0  Symptoms of scrotum and testes
         S715.1  Pain, aching, tenderness
         S715.2  Swelling, inflammation
         S715.3  Growths, warts, lumps, bumps
         S715.4  Itching, jock itch
 S720.0  Other symptoms of male reproductive system
           Excludes:
             Psychosexual problems (S160.0)
 S730.0  Absence of menstruation (amenorrhea)
           Excludes:
             Suspected pregnancy (X200.0)
             Missed a period (X200.0)
             Period late (X200.0)
 S735.0  Irregularity of menstrual interval
         S735.1  Frequent
         S735.2  Infrequent
         S735.3  Unpredictable
 S740.0  Irregularity of menstrual flow
         S740.1  Excessively heavy (menorrhagia)
         S740.2  Scanty flow (oligomenorrhea)
         S740.3  Abnormal material, including clots
 S745.0  Menstrual symptoms, other and unspecified
         S745.1  Premenstrual symptoms
                   Includes:
                     Premenstrual tension or irritability
                     Bloating before periods
         S745.2  Painful menstruation (dysmenorrhea)
                   Includes:
                     Menstrual cramps
                     Pain in legs and back during menstruation
 S750.0  Menopausal symptoms
         S750.1  Early or late onset of menopause
         S750.2  Vasomotor symptoms--hot flashes
         S750.3  Emotional symptoms, change of life problems
 S755.0  Uterine and vaginal bleeding
           Excludes:
             Bleeding during pregnancy (S790.2)
         S755.1  Intermenstrual bleeding (metrorrhagia)
                   Includes:
                     Breakthrough bleeding
                     Bleeding between periods
         S755.2  Postmenopausal bleeding
         S755.3  Postcoital bleeding
 S760.0  Vaginal discharge
           Includes:
             Bloody, brown, white (leukorrhea), excessive
 S765.0  Other vaginal symptoms
         S765.1  Pain
         S765.2  Infection
         S765.3  Itching, burning
 S770.0  Vulvar disorders
         S770.1  Itching and irritation, swelling
         S770.2  Mass, lump
         S770.3  Growth, wart, cyst, ulcer, sore
 S775.0  Pelvic symptoms
         S775.1  Pain
         S775.2  Pressure or dropping sensation
                   Includes:
                     Feeling of uterus falling out
         S775.3  Infection, inflammation
 S790.0  Problems of pregnancy and the post-partum period
           Excludes:
             Routine prenatal visits (X205.0)
         S790.1  Pain during pregnancy
         S790.2  Spotting, bleeding during pregnancy
         S790.3  Symptoms of onset of labor
                   Includes:
                     Water broke
                     Ruptured membranes
                     Labor pain, contractions
         S790.4  Postpartum problems
                   Includes:
                     Bleeding
                     Pain
 S795.0  Other symptoms referable to the female reproductive
          system
 S800.0  Pain or soreness of breast
           Includes:
             Tenderness
 S805.0  Lump or mass of breast
           Includes:
             Bump, knot, nodule, cyst
 S810.0  Other symptoms referable to breast
         S810.1  Bleeding or discharge from nipple
         S810.2  Postpartum problems
                   Includes:
                     Engorgement
                     Postpartum infection
                     Nursing difficulties
         S810.3  Problems with shape or size
                  Includes:
                    Too large
                    Too small
                    Sagging
                    Uneven development
 S815.0  Symptoms of infertility
           Includes:
             Can't get pregnant
             Inability to conceive
             Sterility
 S820.0  Hormone deficiency or problem
 S825.0  Symptoms of sexual dysfunction
           Includes:
             Dyspareunia
             Painful intercourse
           Excludes:
             Psychological disorders (S160.0)

 Symptoms Referable to the Skin, Nails, and Hair

 S830.0  Acne or pimples
           Includes:
             Bad complexion
             Blackheads
             Blemishes
             Breaking out
             Complexion, NOS
             Whiteheads
 S835.0  Discoloration or pigmentation
           Includes:
             Freckles
             Blotches
             Redness
             Spots
             Circles under eyes
           Excludes:
             Jaundice (S610.2)
             Bruise (J405.0-J430.0)
             Flushing (S280.3)
 S835.0  Discoloration or pigmentation--Con.
           Blushing (S280.3)
 S840.0  Infections of skin, NOS
           Excludes:
             Athlete's foot (D025.0)
         S840.1  Infection of skin of head or neck area
         S840.2  Infection of skin of arm, hand, or finger
         S840.3  Infection of skin of leg, foot, or toe
 S845.0  Symptoms of skin moles
           Includes:
             Skin mole, NOS
         S845.1  Change in size or color
         S845.2  Bleeding mole
 S850.0  Warts, NOS
           Excludes:
             Plantar's warts (D015.0)
 S855.0  Other growths of skin
           Includes:
             Skin growth, NOS
             Cysts, NOS
             Callus
             Corns
 S860.0  Skin rash
           Excludes:
             Poison ivy (D825.0)
             Poison oak (D825.0)
         S860.1  Diaper rash
 S865.0  Skin lesion
           Includes:
             Ulcer, sore, blister
 S870.0  Skin irritations, NEC
         S870.1  Pain
         S870.2  Itching
 S875.0  Swelling of skin
           Includes:
             Bumps, lumps
             Nodules
             Welts, except hives (D825.0)
             Tumor, skin
 S880.0  Other symptoms referable to skin
         S880.1  Oiliness
         S880.2  Dryness, peeling, scaliness
         S880.3  Wrinkles
 S885.0  Symptoms referable to nails
         S885.1  Infected
         S885.2  Ingrown
         S885.3  Brittle, breaking, splitting, cracked, ridged
 S890.0  Symptoms referable to hair and scalp
         S890.1  Too little hair
                   Baldness (alopecia)
 S890.0  Symptoms referable to hair and scalp--Con.
            Falling out
            Losing hair
         S890.2  Unwanted hair
                    Superfluous hair
                    Abnormal hairiness (hirsutism)
         S890.3  Dryness, flaky scalp
         S890.4  Itching
 S895.0  Other symptoms of skin, nails and hair
           Includes:
             Navel problems
             Umbilicus not healing

 Symptoms Referable to the Musculoskeletal System

 These codes exclude all injuries.  (See injuries and Adverse
 Effects Module.)

 The following fourth digits should be used with categories S900-
 S970.
        .1 pain, ache, soreness
        .2 cramps, contractures, spasms
        .3 limitation of movement, stiffness
        .4 weakness
        .5 swelling
        .6 lump, mass, tumor
 S900.0  Neck symptoms
 S905.0  Back symptoms
 S910.0  Low back symptoms
 S915.0  Hip symptoms
 S920.0  Leg symptoms
 S925.0  Knee symptoms
 S930.0  Ankle symptoms
 S935.0  Foot and toe symptoms
 S940.0  Shoulder symptoms
 S945.0  Arm symptoms
 S950.0  Elbow symptoms
 S955.0  Wrist symptoms
 S960.0  Hand and finger symptoms
 S965.0  Symptoms of unspecified muscles
 S970.0  Symptoms of unspecified joints
 S975.0  Musculoskeletal deformities
           Excludes:
             Clubfoot (D960.0)
             Curvature of spine (D910.0)
         S975.1  Bowlegged, knock-kneed
         S975.2  Posture problems
         S975.3  Pigeon-toed, feet turn in
 S980.0  Other musculoskeletal symptoms
           Includes:
             Bone pain
             Stump pain

 Disease Module

  Infective and Parasitic Diseases

 D005.0  Intestinal infectious diseases
           Includes:
             Gastroenteritis
             Enteritis
             Cholera
             Salmonella
             Dysentery
 D010.0  Streptococcal infection
           Includes:
             Streptococcal tonsillitis
             Scarlet fever
 D015.0  Viral diseases
           Includes:
             Chickenpox
             Shingles (Herpes zoster)
             Herpes simplex
             Measles
             German measles (rubella)
             Mumps
             Infectious mononucleosis
             Hepatitis (infectious and NOS)
             Smallpox
             Poliomyelitis
 D020.0  Venereal diseases
           Includes:
             Syphilis
             Gonorrhea
             Venereal diseases, NOS
 D025.0  Fungus infections (mycoses)
           Includes:
             Candidiasis
             Yeast infection
             Moniliasis
             Dermatophytoses
             Athlete's foot
             Ringworm
             Thrush
 D030.0  Parasitic diseases
           Includes:
             Pinworms
             Ascaris
 D030.0  Parasitic diseases--Con.
           Lice
           Maggots
           Leeches
 D035.0  Other and unspecified infections and parasitic diseases
           Includes:
             Staphylococcal infections
             Trichomonas vaginitis

 Neoplasms

 Malignant neoplasms

 D100.0  Cancer, gastrointestinal tract
           Includes:
             Esophagus
             Stomach
             Small intestine
             Colon
 D105.0  Cancer, respiratory tract
           Includes:
             Bronchus
             Lung
             Larynx
             Trachea
             Throat
 D110.0  Cancer, skin and subcutaneous tissues
           Includes:
             Melanoma
             Basal cell carcinoma
             Squamous cell carcinoma
 D115.0  Cancer, breast
 D120.0  Cancer, female genital tract
           Includes:
             Uterus
             Cervix
             Fallopian tube(s)
             Vagina
             Vulva
             Ovary(ies)
             Endometrium
 D125.0  Cancer, urinary and male genital tract
           Includes:
             Bladder
             Kidney
             Prostate
 D130.0  Other malignant and unspecified neoplasms
           Includes:
             Metastatic carcinoma
             Brain tumor
 D130.0  Other malignant and unspecified neoplasms--Con.
           Bone cancer
 D135.0  Hodgkin's disease, lymphomata, leukemias
           Includes:
             Multiple myeloma
             Polycythemia vera
             Lymphosarcoma
             Cancer of blood

 Benign neoplasms

 D140.0  Fibroids and other uterine neoplasms
           Includes:
             Myoma
             Leiomyomata
             Cervical polyp
             Nabothian cyst
 D145.0  Other benign neoplasms
           Includes:
             Rectal polyp
             Ovarian cyst
             Bartholin's cyst
             Lymphoma
             Vaginal inclusion
             Nasal polyp
             Dermoid cyst (ovary)
           Excludes:
             Pilonidal cyst (D825.0)
             Sebaceous cyst (D825.0)
             Epidermoid cyst (D825.0)
             Cyst, NOS (S855.0)

 Endocrine, Nutritional, and Metabolic Diseases

 D200.0  Diseases of the thyroid gland
           Includes:
             Thyrotoxicosis
             Thyroid nodule
             Hyperthyroidism
             Goiter
             Myxedema
             Hypothyroidism
 D205.0  Diabetes mellitus
 D210.0  Gout, hyperuricemia
 D215.0  Other endocrine, nutritional, and metabolic diseases
           Includes:
             Hypoglycemia
             Hyperlipidemia
             Disorders of intestinal absorption
 D215.0  Other endocrine, nutritional, and
          metabolic diseases--Con.
            Ovarian dysfunction

 Diseases of the Blood and Blood-Forming Organs

 D250.0  Anemia
           Includes:
             Iron deficiency anemia
             Sickle cell anemia
             Pernicious anemia
             Anemia, NOS
 D255.0  Other diseases of blood and blood-forming organs

 Mental Disorders

 D300.0  Organic psychoses
           Includes:
             Organic brain syndromes
             Senile dementia
             Alcoholic psychoses
 D305.0  Functional psychoses
           Includes:
             Schizophrenia, all types
             Manic-depressive psychoses
             Paranoid states
             Psychosis, NOS
 D310.0  Neuroses
           Includes:
             Depressive neurosis
             Depressive reaction
             Anxiety reaction
             Obsessive compulsive neurosis
             Neurosis, NOS
           Excludes:
             Depression (S110.0)
             Anxiety (S100.0)
 D315.0  Personality and character disorders
 D320.0  Alcoholism and drug dependence
           Includes:
             Drug addiction
 D325.0  Mental retardation
 D330.0  Other mental disease
           Includes:
             Transient situational disturbances
             Adolescent adjustment reaction
             Grief reaction
             Sexual deviations

 Diseases of the Nervous System

 D350.0  Multiple sclerosis
 D355.0  Parkinson's disease (paralysis agitans)
 D360.0  Epilepsy
 D365.0  Migraine headache
 D370.0  Other diseases of central nervous system
           Includes:
             Carpal tunnel syndrome
             Bell's palsy
             Cerebral palsy
             Demyelinating disease
             Paralysis, NOS

 Diseases of the Eye

 D400.0  Inflammatory diseases of the eye
           Includes:
             Conjunctivitis
             Ophthalmia
             Sty
             Blepharitis
             Keratitis
             Ulcer
           Excludes:
             Infection, NOS (S315.0)
 D405.0  Refractive error
           Includes:
             Myopia, nearsightedness
             Hyperopia, farsightedness
             Astigmatism
           Excludes:
             Test for refractive errors (X230.0)
 D410.0  Cataract
 D415.0  Glaucoma
 D420.0  Other diseases of the eye
           Includes:
             Retinal detachment
             Strabismus
             Aphakia

 Diseases of the Ear

 D450.0  Otitis media
 D455.0  Other diseases of the ear
           Includes:
             Ruptured tympanic membrane
             Labyrinthitis
           Excludes:
             Infection, NOS (S355.2)
             Deafness (S345.1)

 Diseases of the Circulatory System

 D500.0  Rheumatic fever and chronic rheumatic heart disease
           Includes:
             Chorea
 D505.0  Hypertension with involvement of target organs
           Includes:
             Hypertensive heart disease
             Renal hypertension
             HCD
             HCVD
             Hypertensive cardiovascular disease
 D510.0  Hypertension
           Includes:
             High blood pressure
 D515.0  Ischemic heart disease
           Includes:
             Myocardial infarction
             Coronary artery disease
             Coronary
             Heart attack
             Arteriosclerotic heart disease (ASHD)
             Arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ACVD)
             Angina pectoris
 D520.0  Other heart disease
           Includes:
             Cardiac dysrhythmias
             Atrial fibrillation
             Taroxysmal tachycardia
             Congestive heart failure
             Heart failure
             Heart murmur
 D525.0  Cerebrovascular disease
           Includes:
             Cerebrovascular accident (CVA)
             Stroke
 D530.0  Atherosclerosis
           Includes:
             Arteriosclerosis
             Hardening of the arteries
 D535.0  Phlebitis, thrombophlebitis
           Includes:
             Phlebothrombosis
 D540.0  Varicose veins
 D545.0  Hemorrhoids
 D550.0  Other disease of circulatory system
           Includes:
             Pulmonary embolism
             Heart disease, NOS
             Lymphadenopathy
 D550.0  Other disease of circulatory system--Con.
           Lymphadenitis

 Diseases of the Respiratory System

 D600.0  Upper respiratory infections except
              tonsillitis
            Includes:
              Pharyngitis
              Sinusitis
              Laryngitis
              Croup
              Rhinitis
            Excludes:
              Allergic rhinitis (D635.0)
              Cold (S445.0)
              Throat infection, NOS (S450.2)
              Nose infection, NOS (S405.3)
              Sinus infection, NOS (S410.2)
 D605.0  Tonsillitis
 D610.0  Bronchitis
           Includes:
             Chronic bronchitis
             Bronchitis, NOS
             Acute bronchitis
 D620.0  Emphysema
 D625.0  Asthma
 D630.0  Pneumonia
           Includes:
             Viral pneumonia
             Bacterial pneumonia
             Bronchopneumonia
             Pneumonitis
 D635.0  Hay fever
           Includes:
             Allergic rhinitis
             Nasal allergy
             Pollenosis
           Allergy to:
             Dust
             Pollen
             Animals
             Ragweed
 D640.0  Other respiratory diseases
           Includes:
             Pulmonary edema
             Deviated nasal septum
             Pneumothorax
             Hemothorax
             Pleurisy

 Diseases of the Digestive System

 D650.0  Diseases of the esophagus, stomach, and duodenum
           Includes:
             Esophagitis
             Duodenal ulcer
             Peptic ulcer
             Gastritis
             Stomach ulcer
           Excludes:
             Stomach flu (S540.0)
             Gastroenteritis (D005.0)
 D655.0  Appendicitis, all types
 D660.0  Hernia of abdominal cavity
           Includes:
             Inguinal
             Hiatus
             Abdominal
             Femoral
             Umbilical
             Ventral
 D665.0  Diseases of the intestine and peritoneum
           Includes:
             Diverticulitis
             Spastic colitis
             Irritable bowel syndrome
             Ulcerative colitis
             Crohn's disease
             Ileitis
             Fistula--rectal, anal
             Fissure--rectal, anal
           Excludes:
             Intestinal virus (S540.0)
 D670.0  Diseases of liver, gallbladder, and pancreas
           Includes:
             Biliary colic
             Cirrhosis
             Liver diseases
             Cholelithiasis (gallstones)
             Cholecystitis
             Pancreatitis
 D675.0  Other diseases of digestive system
           Includes:
             Stomatitis
             Canker sore

 Diseases of the Genitourinary System

 D700.0  Cystitis
           Excludes:
 D700.0  Cystitis--Con.
           Bladder infection (S665.2)
 D705.0  Urinary tract disease except cystitis
           Includes:
             Urethritis
             Pyelonephritis
             Glomerulonephritis
             Glomerulonephrosis
             Ureteral calculus
             Renal failure
             Kidney stones
             Bladder stones
           Excludes:
             Bladder infection (S665.2)
             Kidney infection, NOS (S670.2)
             Passed stones (S680.0)
             Urinary tract infection (S675.0)
 D710.0  Diseases of the male genital organs
           Includes:
             Prostatitis
             Benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH)
             Hydrocele
             Phimosis
             Epididymitis
             Peyronie's disease
           Excludes:
             Prostate infection (S710.2)
 D715.0  Fibrocystic and other diseases of breast
           Excludes:
             Infection (S810.0)
             Cancer (D115.0)
 D720.0  Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
           Includes:
             Salpingitis
             Oophoritis
             Pelvic peritonitis
           Excludes:
             Pelvic infection, NOS (S775.3)
 D725.0  Cervicitis, vaginitis
           Includes:
             Cervical erosion
 D730.0  Other diseases of female reproductive system
           Includes:
             Endometriosis
             Rectal-vaginal fistula
             Prolapse of uterus
             Dysfunctional uterine bleeding
             Vulvitis
             Polycystic ovaries
             Cystocele
 D730.0  Other diseases of female reproductive system--Con.
           Rectocele
 D735.0  Diagnosed complications of pregnancy and puerperium
           Includes:
             Placenta previa
             Ectopic pregnancy
             Toxemia
             Threatened abortion
             Spontaneous abortion
             Hyperemesis
             Fetal death in utero
             Diabetes during pregnancy
             Edema of pregnancy
             High blood pressure during pregnancy
             RH sensitization
             Multiple pregnancy
           Excludes:
             Abortion induced (X520.0)

 Diseases of the Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue

 D800.0  Carbuncle, furuncle, boil, cellulitis, abscess, NEC
 D805.0  Impetigo
 D810.0  Seborrheic dermatitis
           Includes:
             Dandruff
 D815.0  Eczema and dermatitis, NOS
 D820.0  Psoriasis
 D825.0  Other diseases of the skin
            Includes:
              Allergic skin reactions
              Pilonidal cyst
              Urticaria
              Hives
              Keloid
              Sebaceous cyst
              Paronychia
              Lupus erythematosus discoid
              Epidermal inclusion cyst
              Poison ivy
              Poison oak
            Excludes:
              Cyst, NOS (S855.0)
              Acne, (S830.0)
 
 Diseases of the Musculoskeletal System and Connective Tissue

 D900.0  Arthritis
           Includes:
 D900.0  Arthritis--Con.
           Osteoarthritis
           Rheumatoid arthritis
           Rheumatism, NOS
 D905.0  Nonarticular rheumatism
           Includes:
             Bursitis
             Synovitis
             Tenosynovitis
             Tendinitis
             Myositis
             Lumbago
           Excludes:
             Rheumatism, NOS (D900.0)
 D910.0  Other musculoskeletal or connective tissue disease
           Includes:
             Systemic lupus erythematosus
             Curvatures of spine
             Scoliosis
             Kyphoscoliosis
             Kyphosis
             Osteoporosis
             Degenerative disk diseases
             Osteomyelitis
             Bone cysts
             Bunions

 Congenital Anomalies (D950-D989)

 D950.0  Congenital anomalies of heart and circulatory system
 D955.0  Undescended testicles
           Includes:
             Hypospadias
 D960.0  Other congenital anomalies
           Includes:
             Cleft palate
             Cleft lip
             Deformed earlobe
             Clubfoot
             Harelip
             Congenital dislocation of hip
             Blocked tear duct
             Absence of organs
             Duplication of organs

 Perinatal Morbidity and Mortality Conditions (D990-D999)

 D990.0  All perinatal conditions

 Diagnostic, Screening, and Preventive Module

  General Examinations (X100-X199)

 X100.0  General medical examination
           Includes:
             Annual exam
             Checkup, NOS
             General exam
             Multiphasic screening exam
             Regular exam
             Routine exam
             Physical exam
             Administrative exam (A100.0-A140.0)
             Followup visit (T800.0)
             Gynecological exam (X225.0)
             Prenatal exam (X205.0)
             Progress visit (T800.0)
 X105.0  Well baby examination
 X130.0  General psychiatric or psychological examination
           Includes:
             Psychological testing
           Excludes:
             Court- or school-ordered examination (A140.0)

 Special Examinations (X200-X299)

 X200.0  Pregnancy, unconfirmed
           Includes:
             Might be pregnant
             Period late
             Late menses
             Pregnancy test
             Possible pregnancy
             Missed period
 X205.0  Prenatal examination, routine
           Includes:
             Routine obstetrical care
             Normal antepartum visit
             Pregnancy, NOS
 X215.0  Postpartum examination
           Excludes:
             Mammography (X340.0)
             Xerography (X340.0)
             Breast thermography (X340.0)
 X225.0  Gynecological examination
           Includes:
             Pelvic exam
           Excludes:
             Repeat or abnormal Pap smear (R300.0)
             Examination involving IUD (X315.0)
             Examination for birth control pills (X505.0)
 X225.0  Gynecological examination--Con.
           Examination for birth control, NOS (X500.0)
 X230.0  Eye examination
           Includes:
               Routine ophthalmological exam
               To test my eyes
               Need new glasses
               Test for nearsightedness, farsightedness
               For glasses
               For contacts
               Vision test
             Excludes:
               Fitting glasses or contacts (T515.0)
 X235.0  Heart examination
           Includes:
             Heart checkup
             Cardiac check
 X240.0  Other special examination
           Includes:
             Neurological exam
             Examination of functioning internal prosthetic
               devices, implants, shunts, etc.
 
 Diagnostic Tests (X300-X399)

 X300.0  Sensitization test
           Includes:
             Allergy test
           Excludes:
             To check results of skin tests (R600.0)
 X305.0  Skin immunity test
           Includes:
             Tuberculin test
             PPB test
           Excludes:
             To check results of skin tests (R600.0)
 X310.0  Glucose level determination
           Includes:
             Blood sugar test
             Glucose tolerance test
             Test for diabetes
 X315.0  Other blood test
           Includes:
             Blood count
             Blood culture
             Blood test, NOS
             Blood thinning test
             Check cholesterol
             Prothrombin time
             Sickle cell anemia test
 X315.0  Other blood test--Con.
           Excludes:
             Premarital blood test (A135.1)
         X315.1  Blood test for venereal disease
 X320.0  Blood pressure test
           Includes:
             Check blood pressure
             Blood pressure check
 X325.0  Urine tests
           Includes:
             Test urine for sugar
             Urinalysis
             Estriol for fetal evaluation
             Urine culture
 X330.0  Diagnostic endoscopies
           Includes:
             Proctoscopy
             Sigmoidoscopy
             Cystoscopy
             Laparoscopy
 X335.0  Biopsies
 X340.0  Mammography, xerography, breast thermography
           Excludes:
             Breast examination (X220.0)
 X345.0  Diagnostic radiography
           Includes:
             X-ray
             Myelogram
             Radioisotope scanning
             IVP
             Angiogram
             Venogram
             Hysterosalpingogram
 X350.0  EKG, ECG, electrocardiogram, treadmill, stress testing
 X355.0  EEG, electroencephalogram
 X360.0  Hearing test
           Includes:
            Hearing exam
 X365.0  Pap smear
 X370.0  Other and unspecified diagnostic tests
           Includes:
             Cyntesis
             Electronic fetal monitoring
             Lab test, NOS
             Spinal tap
             Pulmonary function test
         X370.1  Glaucoma test
         X370.2  Throat culture

 Other Screening and Preventive Procedures (X400-X499)

 X400.0  Prophylactic inoculations
           Includes:
             Vaccination
             Immunization
             Flu shot
             Tetanus shot
 X405.0  Exposure to venereal disease
           Includes:
             May have V.D.
             Check for V.D.
 X410.0  Exposure to other infectious diseases
           Includes:
             Chickenpox
             Infectious hepatitis
             Measles
             Mumps
             Tuberculosis

 Family Planning (X500-X599)

 X500.0  Family planning, NOS
           Includes:
             Counseling, examinations, and general advice
               regarding:
                 Birth control, NOS
                 Unwanted pregnancy
                 Contraceptive, NOS
                 Sterilization
                 Infertility
                 Genetics
                 Contraception followup, NOS
                Excludes:
                 Specified types of birth control:
                   Birth control pill (X505.0)
                   IUD (X510.0)
                    Procedures performed +see Counseling and
                    examinations for pregnancy interruption (X515.0)
                    through Sterilization to be performed (at this
                    visit) (X525.0)+
 X505.0  Contraceptive medication
           Includes:
             Examinations, instructions, and advice regarding:
               Birth control pills
               Renewing pill prescription
               Oral contraceptives
               Foams, jellies
 X510.0  Contraceptive device
           Includes:
             IUD insertion, removal, checkup
             Diaphragm insertion, removal, checkup
 X515.0  Counseling and examinations for pregnancy interruption
           Includes:
             Evaluation for and arrangement for abortion
             Wants abortion
 X520.0  Abortion to be performed (at this visit)
 X525.0  Sterilization to be performed (at this visit)
           Includes:
             Male--vasectomy
             Female--tubal ligation
 X530.0  Artificial insemination

 Treatment Module

  Medications (T100-T199)

 T100.0  Allergy medication
           Includes:
             Allergy shots
           Includes:
             Allergy treatments
           Excludes:
             Allergy testing (X300.0)
 T110.0  Injections
           Includes:
             Hormones
             Vitamins
             Iron
             Injections, NOS
             Shots, NOS
           Excludes:
             Immunizations (X400.0)
             Vaccinations (X400.0)
             Inoculations (X400.0)
             Allergy shots (T100.0)
 T115.0  Medication, other and unspecified kinds
           Includes:
             Renew prescription
             For medication
             Request prescription
             Prescribe medication
             Check medication
           Excludes:
             Birth control medication (X505.0)
             Eyeglass prescription +see Eye examination (X230.0)
               and Fitting glasses and contact lenses (T515.0)
             Antibiotic medication (T110.0)

 Preoperative and Postoperative Care (T200-T299)


 T200.0  Preoperative visit for specified and unspecified types
           of surgery
             Includes:
               Discussion of cosmetic surgery
 T205.0  Postoperative visit
           Includes:
             Postop care
             Postop pain
             Postop suture removal

 Specific Types of Therapy (T400-T499)

 T400.0  Physical medicine and rehabilitation
           Includes:
             Physical therapy
             Heat therapy
             Hydrotherapy
             Therapeutic exercises
             Back adjustment
             Occupational therapy
             Recreational therapy
             Speech therapy
             Vocational rehabilitation
 T405.0  Respiratory therapy
           Includes:
             Inhalation therapy
             Asthma treatment
 T410.0  Psychotherapy
           Includes:
             Group therapy
             Psychoanalysis
 T415.0  Radiation therapy
 T420.0  Acupuncture
 T425.0  Chemotherapy

 Specific Therapeutic Procedures (T500-T599)

 T500.0  Tube insertion
           Includes:
             Chest tube
 T505.0  Cauterization, all sites
 T510.0  Urinary track instrumentation and catheterization
           Includes:
             Urethral dilation
          Excludes:
            Cystoscopy +see Diagnostic endoscopies (X330.0)+
 T515.0  Fitting glasses and contact lenses
           Includes:
             Prescription renewal
             Broken or lost glasses
 T515.0  Fitting glasses and contact lenses--Con.
             Pick up glasses
           Excludes:
             Eye examination (X230.0)
 T520.0  Minor surgery
          Includes:
            Ears pierced
            Joint manipulation
            Tattoo removal
         T520.1  Wart removal
 T525.0  Kidney dialysis
 T530.0  External prosthetic devices, artificial body parts
          (fit, adjust, remove)
 T535.0  Corrective appliances
           Includes:
             Fitting and adjusting:
                           Back brace
                           Leg brace
                           Neck brace
                           Orthopedic shoes
 T540.0  Cast, splint--application, removal
 T545.0  Dressing, bandage--application, change
 T550.0  Irrigation, lavage
 T555.0  Suture--insertion, removal
 T560.0  Other specific therapeutic procedures, NEC
           Includes:
             Ultraviolet treatment
             Enema
             Eye exercises
 
 Medical Counseling (T600-T699)

 T600.0  Diet and nutritional counseling
           Includes:
             Check weight
             Counseling for weight reduction
 T605.0  Counseling, NOS
         Wants to talk to doctor
         Medical consultation
         Patient education
         To learn about a condition
         Personal problem
         Disease counseling

 Social Problem Counseling (T700-T799)

 T700.0  Economic problem
           Includes:
             Too little income
             Can't pay bills
 T705.0  Marital problems
           Includes:
             Problem with husband, wife
             Alcoholic spouse
             Marriage counseling, NOS
             Premarital counseling
             Divorce, desertion, separation
 T710.0  Parent-child problems
           Includes:
             Working mother
             Concern about childhood behavior
             Discipline
             Maturation problems
             Child neglect and abuse
             Adopted or foster child
 T715.0  Other problems of family relationship
           Includes:
             Aged parents or in-laws
             Problems with relatives
             Family fights and disruptions
 T720.0  Educational problems
           Includes:
             Absenteeism, truancy
             Problems with teachers
             Hates school
             School behavior problems
 T725.0  Occupational problems
           Includes:
             Unemployment
             Out of work
             Job dissatisfaction
             Problem with boss or coworkers
 T730.0  Social adjustment problems
           Includes:
             Loneliness
             Social isolation
             Neighborhood and community relations problems
             Discrimination problems
             Don't have any friends
 T735.0  Legal problems
            Includes:
              Imprisonment, prosecution
              Lawsuits, litigation
 T740.0  Other social problems
           Includes:
             Pregnancy out-of-wedlock
             Disasters
             Housing and clothing problems

 Progress Visit, NEC (T800-T899)

 T800.0  Progress visit, NOS (Use only when the only
          information given is progress or followup)
            Includes:
              Followup, NOS
              Routine followup
              I'm better
            Excludes:
              General checkup (X100.0)
              Followup, disease (Code to disease)
              Followup, injury (Code to injury)
              Followup, symptom (Code to symptom)
              Followup, test results (Code to R100.0-R700.0)
              Postoperative followup (T205.0)

 Injuries and Adverse Effects Module

   Injury by Type and/or Location (J001-J799)

 Fractures and dislocation

 J005.0  Head and face
           Includes:
             Skull, jaw, nose, facial bones
 J010.0  Spinal column
           Includes:
             Neck, vertebrae, back
 J015.0  Trunk area, except spinal column
           Includes:
             Rib, clavicle, collarbone
 J020.0  Leg
           Includes:
             Knee, femur, tibia, fibula, hip
 J025.0  Ankle
 J030.0  Foot and toes
 J035.0  Arm
           Includes:
             Radius, ulna, elbow, shoulder
 J040.0  Wrist
 J045.0  Hand and fingers
 J050.0  Fracture, other and unspecified

 Sprains and strains

 J105.0  Cervical spine, neck
           Includes:
             Whiplash
 J110.0  Back
 J115.0  Knee
 J120.0  Ankle
 J125.0  Wrist
 J130.0  Sprain or strain, other and unspecified

 Lacerations and cuts

 J205.0  Head and neck area
           Excludes:
             Face (J210.0)
 J210.0  Facial area
           Includes:
             Eye, ear, nose
 J215.0  Trunk area
 J220.0  Lower extremity
           Includes:
             Ankle, foot
 J225.0  Upper extremity
           Includes:
             Hand, fingers, arm, wrist
 J230.0  Laceration and cuts, sites unspecified

 Puncture wounds

 J305.0  Head, neck, and facial area
 J310.0  Trunk area
 J315.0  Lower extremity
 J320.0  Upper extremity
 J325.0  Puncture wound, site unspecified

 Contusions, abrasions, and bruises

 J405.0  Head, neck and face
           Excludes:
             Eye (J410.0)
 J410.0  Eye
           Includes:
             Corneal abrasion
             Black eye
 J415.0  Trunk area
 J420.0  Lower extremity
 J425.0  Upper extremity
 J430.0  Contusion, abrasion, bruise, site unspecified

 Injury type unspecified

 J505.0  Head, neck and face
 J510.0  Eye
 J515.0  Back
 J520.0  Chest and abdomen
           Includes:
 J520.0  Chest and abdomen--Con.
           Internal injuries
 J525.0  Hip
 J530.0  Leg
 J535.0  Knee
 J540.0  Ankle
 J545.0  Foot and toe(s)
 J550.0  Shoulder
 J555.0  Arm
 J560.0  Elbow
 J565.0  Wrist
 J570.0  Hand and finger(s)
 J575.0  Injury, multiple or unspecified

 Foreign body

 J600.0  Eye
 J605.0  Nose
 J610.0  Skin
 J615.0  Digestive tract
           Includes:
             Mouth
             Throat
             Rectum
 J620.0  Other and unspecified sites

 Burns, all degrees

 J705.0  Head, neck and face
 J710.0  Trunk area
 J715.0  Extremities
           Includes:
             Upper
             Lower
 J720.0  burn, site unspecified
 J750.0  sunburn, windburn

 Bites

 J755.0  Insect
           Includes:
             Sting
 J760.0  Animal, human

 Injury, NOS (J800-J899)

 J800.0  Late effects of an old injury
           Includes:
             Scars
             Deformities
 J805.0  Motor vehicle accident, type of injury unspecified
           Includes:
             Car accident
             Auto accident
             Motorcycle accident
 J810.0  Accident, NOS
           Includes:
             Fall, type or location of injury unspecified
 J815.0  Violence, NOS
           Includes:
             Beat up
             Stabbing
             Gunshot wound
             In a fight
           Excludes:
             Violence against oneself (J820.0)
 J820.0  Suicide attempt
           Includes:
             Found in car with motor running
             Hanging oneself
             Stabbed oneself
             Slashed wrists
             Code also:  Laceration of wrists (J225.0)
         J820.1  Overdose, intentional
 J830.0  Rape
           Includes:
             Sexual assault
             Sexual abuse
             Molestation
 J835.0  Dead on arrival (DOA)
           Includes:
             Death
 J840.0  Unconscious on arrival
           Includes:
             Coma
             Stupor
             Knocked out
             Shock
             Cardiac arrest
             Unresponsive
             Found unconscious

 Poisoning and Adverse Effects (J900-J999)

 J900.0  Accidental poisoning
           Includes:
             Food poisoning, ingestion of potentially
              poisonous food products
             Accidental ingestion of:
             Household products
 J900.0  Accidental poisoning--Con.
           Chemicals
           Drugs
 J905.0  Adverse effect of medication
           Includes:
             Allergy to medication
             Penicillin allergy
             Anaphylactic shock
             Bad reaction to prescribed medication
 J910.0  Adverse effect of drug abuse
           Includes:
             Drug-induced hallucinations
             Combination of drugs and alcohol (nonsuicidal)
             Ingestion of drugs for nonmedicinal purposes
             Bad trip
             Freaked out on drugs
           Excludes:
             Intentional overdose (J820.1)
 J915.0  Adverse effect of alcohol
           Includes:
             Intoxication
             Drunk
             Acute intoxication
 J920.0  Adverse effects of environment
           Includes:
             Air pollution
             Water pollution
             Noise pollution
 J925.0  Adverse effects, other and unspecified

 Tests Results Module

 R100.0  For results of blood glucose tests
           Includes:
             High blood sugar
             Abnormal glucose tolerance test
             Sugar in blood
             Elevated blood sugar
 R105.0  For results of cholesterol and triglyceride tests
           Includes:
             High cholesterol
 R110.0  For other findings of blood tests
           Includes:
             Positive serology, VDRL
             Positive blood culture
             Elevated sed rate
 R200.0  For results of urine tests
           Includes:
             Sugar in urine
 R200.0  For results of urine tests--Con.
           Positive urine culture
           Abnormal urinalysis
 R300.0  For cytology findings
               Includes:
                 Positive Pap smear
                 Repeat Pap smear
                 Atypical Pap smear
                 For results of Pap smear of cervix or other area
 R400.0  For radiological findings
               Includes:
                 X-ray results
                 Abnormal X-ray
 R500.0  For results of EKG
 R600.0  For results of skin tests
 R700.0  For other and unspecified test results
           Includes:
             Abnormal scans
             Abnormal pulmonary function test
             Abnormal EEG
             Abnormal lab test results, NOS
             To discuss test results with physician
             Ultrasonograph results
             Results of fetal evaluation tests

 Administrative Module

 A100.0  Physical examination required for employment
           Includes:
             Preemployment examination
             Required company physical
             Return to work checkup
             Teacher's certificate physical
 A105.0  Executive physical examination
 A110.0  Physical examination required for school
           Includes:
             High school
             Nursery school
             College
             Grade school
             Day care center
 A115.0  Physical examination for extracurricular activities
           Includes:
             Boy Scouts
             Little League
             Camp
             Athletics
 A120.0  Driver's license examination
 A125.0  Insurance examination
 A130.0  Disability examination
           Includes:
             Evaluation of a disability
             Social Security examination
 A135.0  Premarital examination
         A135.1  Premarital blood test
 A140.0  Other reason for visit required by party other than
          the patient or the health care provider
            Includes:
              Physical examination for adoption
              Psychiatric examination required by court or school

 Uncodable Entries

 U990.0  Problems, complaints, NEC
 U997.0  Entry of "none" or "no complaint"
 U998.0  Inadequate data base
 U999.0  Illegible entry


Appendix III - Drugs Ordered or Provided
 Entry Names and Codes

 Entry Names "A"

 99940  OTHER
 00005  A & D VITAMIN
 00010  A AND D
 00030  A.P.C
 00050  A.P.C. NO. 3
 00055  A.P.C. NO. 4
 00090  A.P.C. W/PHENOBARB
 00093  A.R.M.
 00100  A.S.A.
 00105  A.S.A. & CODEINE
 00120  A.S.A. NO. 3
 00163  A/T/S
 40025  ABDEC W/FLUORIDE
 00223  ACCUTANE
 00225  ACD
 00260  ACETAMINOPHEN
 00270  ACETAMINOPHEN NO. 3
 00280  ACETAMINOPHEN
         W/CODEINE
 00305  ACETIC ACID
 00340  ACHROMYCIN
 00345  ACHROMYCIN V
 00355  ACI-JEL
 00360  ACID MANTLE
 00378  ACIDOPHILUS
         W/PECTIN
 00385  ACIDULIN
 00400  ACNE-AID
 00455  ACTH
 00460  ACTHAR
 00475  ACTIFED
 00480  ACTIFED-C
 00505  ADAPETTES
 00510  ADAPIN
 00535  ADENOSINE
 00540  ADIPEX
 00555  ADRENAL CORTEX
 00560  ADRENALIN
 00570  ADRIAMYCIN
 00580  ADRUCIL
 00585  ADSORBOCARPINE
 00590  ADSORBONAC
 00620  AEROSPORIN
 00645  AFRIN
 00650  AFRINOL REPETAB
 00660  AGORAL
 00670  AIR-TABS GG
 41870  AK-SPORIN
 41825  AKARPINE
 00685  AKINETON
 00700  AKRINOL
 00735  ALBALON
 00740  ALBALON-A
 00785  ALCAINE
 00790  ALCOHOL
 00815  ALCON-EFRIN
 00825  ALDACIAZIDE
 00830  ALDACTONE
 00835  ALDOCLOR
 00840  ALDOCLOR-250
 00845  ALDOMET
 00850  ALDORIL
 00880  ALKA-SELTZER
 00890  ALKA-SELTZER
         WITHOUT ASPIRIN
 00905  ALKALOL
 00915  ALKERAN
 00935  ALLBEE W/C
 00965  ALLEREST NASAL
         SPRAY
 00975  ALLERFRIN
 00976  ALLERGAN
 00980  ALLERGY RELIEF OR
         SHOTS
 00990  ALLERNADE T. D.
         IMPROVED
 01030  ALLOPURINOL
 01090  ALPHA-KERI
 01100  ALPHADERM
 01130  ALPHAREDISOL
 01145  ALTERNAGEL
 01155  ALU-CAP
 01223  ALUMINUM CHLORIDE
 01225  ALUMINUM HYDROXIDE
 01255  ALUPENT
 01290  AMANTADINE
 01305  AMBENYL
 01315  AMCILL
 01335  AMERICAINE
 01375  AMICARNAMCS 1985
 01420  AMINO-CERV
 01450  AMINOPHYLLINE
 01525  AMITRIL
 01530  AMITRIPTYLINE
 01535  AMITRIPTYLINE HCL
         W/PERPHENAZINE
 01565  AMMONIATED MERCURY
 01628  AMOXAPINE
 01630  AMOXICILLIN
 01640  AMOXIL
 01670  AMPHOJEL
 01678  AMPHOTERICIN
 01685  AMPICILLIN
 01755  ANACIN
 01775  ANALGESIC
 01820  ANAMINE
 01838  ANAPROX
 01840  ANASPAZ
 01850  ANATUSS
 01853  ANATUSS W/CODEINE
 01855  ANAVAR
 40100  ANDRABEL
 01915  ANDROID-10
 01920  ANDROID-25
 01983  ANESTHETIC
 01995  ANEXSIA
 02045  ANODYNOS-DHC
 02070  ANSPOR
 02075  ANTABUSE
 02080  ANTACID
 02125  ANTIACID
 02158  ANTIBOTIC AGENT
 02165  ANTICOAGULANT
 35415  ANTIDEPRESSANT
         AGENT
 35420  ANTIDIABETIC AGENT
 35430  ANTIEMETIC AGENT
 35445  ANTIFUNGAL AGENT
 35450  ANTIHISTAMINE
 35455  ANTIINFECTIVE AGENT
 35460  ANTIINFLAMMATORY
         AGENT
 02180  ANTIMINTH
 35490  ANTIPRURITIC AGENT
 02215  ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION
 02220  ANTISPAS
 02225  ANTISPASMODIC
 02250  ANTIVERT
 02285  ANTURANE
 02310  ANUSOL
 02315  ANUSOL-HC
 02335  APAP
 02340  APAP W/CODEINE
 02395  APRESAZIDE
 02405  APRESOLINE
 02450  AQUACARE/HP
 02465  AQUAMEPHYTON
 02470  AQUAPHOR
 02485  AQUASOL A
 02495  AQUASOL E
 02512  AQUAZIDE
 02560  ARGYROL S.S.
 02570  ARISTO-PAK
 02575  ARISTOCORT
 02580  ARISTOCORT A
 02585  ARISTOCORT FORTE
 02600  ARISTOCORT LP
 02615  ARISTOSPAN
 02625  ARLIDIN
 02627  ARMOUR THYROID
 02630  ARNICA
 02645  ARTANE
 02660  ARTHRITIS PAIN
         FORMULA
 02665  ARTHROLATE
 02690  ASBRON G
 02705  ASCORBIC ACID
 02725  ASCRIPTIN
 02740  ASCRIPTIN W/CODEINE
 02748  ASENDIN
 02790  ASPERGUM
 02805  ASPIRIN
 02815  ASPIRIN COMPOUND #2
 02803  ASPIRIN W/CODEINE
 02850  ASTHMACON
 02860  ASTRINGENT
 02870  ATABRINE
 02875  ATARAX
 02900  ATIVAN
 02925  ATROMID-S
 02940  ATROPINE
 02950  ATROPINE SULFATE
 02990  AURAL ACUTE DROPS
 02995  AURALGAN
 03040  AVC
 03045  AVC/DIENESTROLNAMCS 1985
 03050  AVEENO
 03065  AVEENO-BAR
 03070  AVENTYL HCL
 03110  AXOTAL
 03113  AYGESTIN
 03115  AYR SALINE MIST
 03120  AZAPEN
 03123  AZATHIOPRINE
 40170  AZMA-CORT
 03135  AZO GANTANOL
 03140  AZO GANTRISIN
 03175  AZO-SULFISOXAZOLE
 03215  AZOSUL
 03225  AZULFIDINE

 Entry Names "B"

 03240  B & C VITAMIN
 03245  B & O SUPPRETTE
 03250  B COMPLEX
 03285  B COMPLEX W/B-12
 03290  B COMPLEX W/B-12
         VITAMIN C & LIVER
 03295  B COMPLEX W/
         VITAMIN C
 03340  B COMPLEX LIVER
         & IRON
 04628  B-PLEX
 03355  B-12
 03360  B-12 THIAMINE
 03395  BACID
 03410  BACITRACIN
 03420  BACITRACIN-
         POLYMYXIN

 03423 BACLOFEN
 03430 BACTRIM
 03435 BACTRIM DS
 03445 BAKER'S BEST HAIR
        LOTION
 03450 BAKER'S INFANT
        FORMULA
 03480 BALNEOL LOTION
 03485 BALNETAR
 03495 BALTRON
 03510 BANALG LINIMENT
 03515 BANCAP
 03518 BANCAP HC
 03528 BANFLEX
 03590 BARIUM
 03585 BARIUM ENEMA PREP
        KIT
 03635 BASALJEL
 03675 BC
 03685 BCG VACCINE
 03700 BECLOMETHASONE
 03705 BECLOVENT
 03709 BECONASE
 03715 BECOTIN
 03720 BECOTIN W/
        VITAMIN C
 03743 BEE STING
        ANTIVENIN
 03735 BEEF IRON AND
        WINE
 03785 BELLADENAL
 03790 BELLADENAL-S
 03800 BELLADONNA
 03825 BELLADONNA
        W/PHENOBARBITAL
 03845 BELLERGAL
 03850 BELLERGAL-S
 03885 BEMINAL
 03900 BEN GAY
 03905 BENADRYL
 03910 BENADRYL W/
        EPHEDRINE SULFATE
 03940 BENDYLATE
 03950 BENEGYN
 03955 BENEMID
 03960 BENISONE
 03998 BENTONITE
 04000 BENTYL
 04005 BENTYL W/
        PHENOBARBITAL
 04010 BENYLIN DM COUGH
        SYRUP
 04015 BENYLIN SYRUP
 O4020 BENZAC
 04025 BENZAC W/GEL
 04030 BENZAGEL
 40195 BENZENE
 04055 BENZOCAINE
 04070 BENZOIN
 04075 BENZOIN COMPOUND
 04088 BENZOYL PEROXIDE
 04095 BENZYL
 04100 BEROCCA
 04105 BEROCCA-CNAMCS 1985
 04120  BETADINE
 04130  BETADINE VAGINAL
         DOUCHE
 04135  BETADINE VAGINAL
         GEL
 04160  BETALIN
 04140  BETALIN COMPLEX
 04155  BETALIN COMPOUND
 40205  BETATREX
 04190  BETHANECHOL
 40210  BI-K
 04225  BICARBONATE OF SODA
 04230  BICHLORACETIC ACID
 04235  BICILLIN
 04240  BICILLIN C-R
 04245  BICILLIN LONG-
         ACTING
 04255  BICNU
 04410  BISMUTH
 04478  BLEOMYCIN
 04480  BLEPH
 04485  BLEPHAMIDE
 04505  BLISTEX
 04511  BLOCADREN
 04580  BONINE
 04585  BONTRIL PDM
 04595  BORIC ACID
 04600  BOROFAX
 04645  BREOKINASE
 04648  BREONISIN
 04650  BRETHINE
 04660  BREVICON
 04668  BREXIN
 04670  BRICANYL
 04803  BROMFED
 04808  BROMOCRIPTINE
 04820  BROMPHEN
 04873  BRONCHODILATOR
 04875  BRONDECON
 04905  BRONKEPHRINE
 04915  BRONKOLIXIR
 04920  BRONKOMETER
 04925  BRONKOSOL
 04940  BROWN MIXTURE
 04970  BUCLADIN-S SOFTAB
 04995  BUFF-A-COMP
 05010  BUFFERIN
 05018  BUFFERIN W/CODEINE
 05024  BUMEX
 05055  BUROW'S SOLUTION
 05053  BURROW'S OTIC
 05070  BUTABARBITAL
 05110  BUTAZOLIDIN
 05115  BUTAZOLIDIN ALKA
 05125  BUTIBEL
 05135  BUTICAPS
 05145  BUTISOL

 Entry Names "C"

 05250  CAFERGOT
 05255  CAFERGOT P-B
 05538  CAL-SUP
 05310  CALADRYL
 05320  CALAMINE
 05335  CALAMINE LOTION
 05340  ALAMINE LOTION
         W/PHENOL
 05347  CALAN
 05355  CALCET
 05360  CALCICAPS
 05370  CALCIDRINE
 05375  CALCIFEROL
 05390  CALCIMAR
 05393  CALCITONIN
 05415  CALCIUM
 05405  CALCIUM CARBONATE
 05430  CALCIUM GLUCONATE
 05445  CALCIUM LACTATE
 05453  CALCIUM SALTS/
         VITAMIN D
 05470  CALCIUM, PHOSPHATE
         & VITAMIN D
 05483  CALDEROL
 05485  CALDESENE
 05530  CALPHOSAN
 40285  CALTRATE
 05590  CANDEX
 05598  CANTHARONE
 05600  CANTIL
 05640  CAPITAL W/CODEINE
 05645  CAPITROL
 05648  CAPOTEN
 41875  CAPTOPRIL
 05663  CARAFATE
 05675  CARBACHOL
 05680  CARBAMAZEPINE
 05690  CARBENICILLINNAMCS 1985
 05695  CARBOCAINE
 05710  CARBON DIOXIDE
 05758  CARDIAC AGENT
 05760  CARDILATE
 05785  CARDIOQUIN
 05789  CARDIZEM
 05820  CARMOL
 05825  CARMOL-HC
 05883  CASTELLANI'S PAINT
 05895  CATAPRES
 05955  CECLOR
 05983  CEFADROXIL
 05995  CEFAZOLIN
 05990  CEFOL
 06005  CELESTONE
 06015  CELESTONE SOLUSPAN
 06080  CENOCORT
 06095  CENTRAX
 06100  CENTRUM
 06110  CEPACOL
 06120  CEPASTAT
 06128  CEPHALOSPORINS
 06133  CEPHRADINE
 06135  CEPHULAC
 06150  CERESPAN
 06170  CERUMENEX
 06185  CETACORT
 06190  CETAMIDE
 06210  CETAPHIL
 06215  CETAPRED
 06220  CETRO-CIROSE
 06255  CHAP STICK
 06280  CHARDONNA-2
 06294  CHEMOTHERAPY
 40340  CHENIX
 06300  CHERACOL
 06385  CHLOR-PHED
 06400  CHLOR-TRIMETON
 06415  CHLOR-TRIMETON
         REPETAB
 06420  CHLOR-TRIMETON
         SYRUP
 06440  CHLORAL HYDRATE
 06468  CHLORAMPHENICOL
         OPHTHALMIC
 06470  CHLORASEPTIC
 06495  CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE
 06520  CHLOROFON-F
 06535  CHLOROMYCETIN
 06570  CHLOROPTIC
 06575  CHLOROPTIC-P
 06580  CHLOROQUINE
 06590  CHLOROTHIAZIDE
 06605  CHLORPHENIRAMINE
 06620  CHLORPROMAZINE
 06625  CHLORPROPAMIDE
 06645  CHLORTHALIDONE
 06665  CHLORZOXAZONE
         W/APAP
 06695  CHOLEDYL
 06700  CHOLERA VACCINE
 06710  CHOLESTYRAMINE
         RESIN DRIED
 06745  CHOLOXIN
 06780  CHROMAGEN
 06800  CHRONULAC SYRUP
 06805  CHYMORAL
 06815  CIMETIDINE
 06838  CINOBAC PULVULE
 06860  CITRATE OF MAGNESIA
 40400  CLEAR BY DESIGN
 06905  CLEOCIN
 06913  CLEOCIN T
 06915  CLERA
 06920  CLINDAMYCIN
 06930  CLINDEX
 06935  CLINORIL
 06945  CLISTIN
 06960  CLISTIN-D
 06970  CLOFIBRATE
 06975  CLOMID
 06980  CLONAZEPAM
 06985  CLONIDINE
 06990  CLONOPIN
 07003  CLOTRIMAZONE
 07010  CLOXACILLIN
 07060  CO-PYRONIL
 07075  COAL TAR
 07140  COCOA BUTTER
 07180  CODEINE
 07195  CODIMAL
 07200  CODIMAL DH SYRUP
 07125  CODIMAL L.A.
 07220  CODIMAL PH SYRUP
 07250  COGENTIN
 07265  COLACENAMCS 1985
 07270  COLBENEMID
 07275  COLCHICINE
 07293  COLD RELIEF
 07305  COLD TABLETS
 07315  COLESTID
 07320  COLLAGENASE ABC
 07325  COLLODION
 07335  COLLYRIUM W/
         EPHEDRINE
 07355  COLREX
 07360  COLREX COMPOUND
 07405  COLY-MYCIN
 07410  COLY-MYCIN S
 07430  COMBID
 07435  COMBIPRES
 07465  COMHIST
 07470  COMPAZINE
 40430  COMPLEAT-B
 07478  COMPOUND W
 07495  CONAR
 07498  CONAR-A
 07505  CONEX
 07540  CONJEC
 07543  CONJUGATED
         ESTROGENS
 07553  CONSTANT-T
 07565  CONTAC JR.
 04368  CONTRACEPTIVE
         AGENT
 07623  COPPER
 07660  CORDRAN
 07665  CORDRAN-N
 07670  CORGARD
 40440  CORSYM
 07775  CORTAID
 07760  CORTEF
 07770  CORTENEMA
 07775  CORTICAINE
 07780  CORTIFOAM
 07795  CORTISONE
 07798  CORTISPAN FORTE
 07800  CORTISZPORIN
 07805  CORTONE
 40445  CORZIDE
 07870  COSMEGEN
 07875  COTAZYM
 07888  COTRIM
 07910  COTYLENOL
 07913  COUGH FORMULA
 07920  COUGH SYRUP
 07930  COUMADIN
 08015  CROMOLYN
 08030  CRYSTICILLIN
 08040  CRYSTODIGIN
 08060  CUPRIMINE
 08065  CURRETAB
 08090  CYANOCOBALAMIN
 08113  CYCLACILLIN
 08120  CYCLANDELATE
 08130  CYCLAPEN
 08135  CYCLOCORT
 08140  CYCLOGYL
 08145  CYCLOMYDRIL
 08153  CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE
 08160  CYCLOSPASMOL
 08175  CYLERT
 08155  CYLOPENTOLATE
 08180  CYPROHEPTADINE
 08205  CYSTOSPAZ
 08213  CYTADREN
 08230  CYTOMEL
 08245  CYTOXAN
 08260  C3

 Entry Names "D-E"

 08270  D.H.E. 45
 08365  DAINITE
 08368  DALALONE
 08385  DALLERGY
 08390  DALMANE
 08397  DAMASON-P
 08400  DANAZOL
 08405  DANEX SHAMPOO
 08410  DANOCRINE
 08440  DAPSONE
 08445  DARANIDE
 08450  DARAPRIM
 08455  DARBID
 08460  DARICON
 08470  DARVOCET-N
 08475  DARVON
 08480  DARVON COMPOUND
 08485  DARVON W/A.S.A.
 08490  DARVON-N
 08500  DASIKON
 08535  DDAVP
 08560  DEBRISAN
 08565  DEBROXNAMCS 1985
 08585  DECADRON
 08590  DECADRON ELIXIR
 08608  DECADRON TURBINAIRE
 08605  DECADRON-LA
 08625  DECASPRAY
 08635  DECHOLIN
 08650  DECOBEL LANACAP
 08660  DECONAMINE
 08670  DECONGESTANT
 08705  DEHIST
 08720  DELADUMONE
 08725  DELALUTIN
 08730  DELATESTRYL
 08740  DELCID
 08745  DELESTROGEN
 08750  DELFEN
 08753  DELSYM
 08770  DELTASONE
 08775  DEMAZIN
 08780  DEMEROL
 08790  DEMEROL-APAP
 08795  DEMI-REGROTON
 08805  DEMULEN
 08810  DEMULEN-28
 08823  DENOREX
 08835  DEPAKENE
 08836  DEPAKOTE
 08840  DEPEN
 08860  DEPO-ESTRADIOL
 08865  DEPO-MEDROL
 08870  DEPO-PROVERA
 08875  DEPO-TESTADIOL
 08880  DEPO-TESTOSTERONE
 08885  DEPOGEN
 08955  DERMACORT
 08970  DERMASSAGE
 09020  DESIPRAMINE
 09025  DESITIN
 09030  DESO-CREME
 09045  DESQUAM-X
 09050  DESQUAM-X WASH
 40520  DESYREL
 09075  DEXAMETHASONE
 09095  DEXAMETHASONE
         SODIUM PHOSPHATE
 09100  DEXAMPEX
 09120  DEXEDRINE
 09130  DEXONE
 09170  DEXTROAMPHETAMINE
 09173  DEXTROMETHORPHAN
         COUGH
 09175  DEXTROSE
 09193  DHS SHAMPOO
 40580  DIABETA
 09250  DIABINESE
 09290  DIALOSE
 09295  DIALUME
 09305  DIAMOX
 09315  DIANABOL
 09330  DIAPARENE
 09370  DIAZEPAM
 09385  DIBENZYLINE
 09402  DICAL-D WAFER
 09433  DICLOXACILLIN
 09445  DICUMAROL
 09455  DICYCLOMINE
 09465  DIDREX
 09470  DIDRONEL
 09475  DIENESTROL
 09500  DIETHYLSTILBESTROL
 09228  DIGESIC
 09535  DIGITALIS
 09540  DIGITOXIN
 09545  DIGOXIN
 09575  DIHYDROTACHYSTEROL
 09585  DILANTIN
 09590  DILANTIN W/
         PHENOBARBITAL
 09593  DILATRATE
 09600  DILAUDID
 09640  DIMENHYDRINATE
 09660  DIMETANE
 09670  DIMETANE
         EXPECTORANT
 09675  DIMETANE
         EXPECTORANT-DC
 09680  DIMETANE EXTENTAB
 09690  DIMETAPP
 09735  DIOCTYL SODIUM
         SULFOSUCCINATE
 09770  DIONIN
 09815  DIPH TET TOXIODS
 09820  DIPH TET TOXIODS
         PERTUSSIS
 09850  DIPHENHYDRAMINE
 40610  DIPHENOXYLATENAMCS 1985
 09900  DIPHTHERIA TETANUS
         TOXOIDS
 09990  DIPHTHERIA TETANUS
         TOXOIDS PERTUSSIS
 40615  DIPROLENE
 09915  DIPROSONE
 09920  DIPYRIDAMOLE
 09925  DISALCID
 09935  DISIPAL
 09955  DISOPHROL
 09975  DISULFIRAM
 09980  DITAN
 09995  DITROPAN
 10000  DIUCARDIN
 10005  DIULO
 10015  DIUPRES
 10020  DIURETIC
 10025  DIURIL
 10030  DIUTENSEN
 10045  DOAK OIL
 10065  DOCAPHEN
 10087  DOCUSATE
 10120  DOLENE COMPOUND-65
 10126  DOLOBID
 40640  DOLONIL
 10130  DOLOPHINE
 10140  DOME-PASTE BANDAGE
 10145  DOMEBORO
 10150  DOMEBORO OTIC
 10180  DONATUSSIN
 10183  DONATUSSIN DC
 10200  DONNAGEL
 10205  DONNAGEL-PG
 10210  DONNATAL
 10215  DONNAZYME
 10220  DONPHEN
 10240  DORBANE
 10250  DORCOL PEDIATRIC
         COUGH SYRUP
 10255  DORIDEN
 10275  DOSS 300
 10280  DOUBLE K
 10325  DOXEPIN
 10330  DOXIDAN
 10363  DOXY-LEMMON
 10364  DOXY-TABS
 10355  DOXYCYCLINE
 10380  DRAMAMINE
 10440  DRISDOL
 10455  DRISTAN
 10470  DRISTAN NASAL MIST
 10485  DRIXORAL
 10490  DRIZE
 10505  DROTIC
 10518  DRYSOL
 10525  DSS
 10530  DSS W/CASANTHRANOL
 10535  DTIC
 10575  DULCOLAX
 10630  DUOFILM
 10650  DUOLUBE
 10700  DURABOLIN
 10705  DURACILLIN
 10710  DURADYNE
 10715  DURADYNE D.H.C.
 40650  DURAPHYL
 10755  DURAQUIN
 10760  DURATEARS
 10800  DURICEF
 10699  DUROBOLIC
 10803  DURRAX
 10805  DUVOID
 10815  DYAZIDE
 10820  DYCILL
 10835  DYMELOR
 10845  DYNAPEN
 10865  DYRENIUM
 10875  E.E.S.
 10880  E.T.H. COMPOUND
 10905  E-MYCIN
 10910  E-PILO
 10925  EAR DROPS
 10948  EASPRIN
 10960  ECLIPSE
 10965  ECONOCHLOR
 10970  ECONOPRED
 10975  ECOTRIN
 10985  EDECRIN
 11000  EFFACOL
 11005  EFFERSYLLIUM
 11025  EFUDEX
 11045  ELASE
 11050  ELASE-CHLOROMYCETIN
 11065  ELAVIL
 11095  ELDERCAPS
 11100  ELDERTONIC ELIXIRNAMCS 1985
 11115  ELDOPAQUE
 11120  ELDOQUIN
 11140  ELIXOPHYLLIN
 11145  ELIXOPHYLLIN S.R.
 11150  ELIXOPHYLLIN
         S.R.-KI
 11178  EMCYT
 11190  EMETROL
 11205  EMKO FOAM
 11210  EMPIRIN
 11215  EMPIRIN COMPOUND
 11230  EMPIRIN COMPOUND #3
 11235  EMPIRIN COMPOUND #4
 11240  EMPIRIN COMPOUND
         W/CODEINE
 11245  EMPIRIN NO. 2
 11250  EMPIRIN NO. 3
 11255  EMPIRIN NO. 4
 11260  EMPIRIN W/CODEINE
 11265  EMPRACET
 11310  ENCARE OVAL
 11325  ENDEP
 11340  ENDURON
 11345  ENDURONYL
 11350  ENDURONYL FORTE
 11370  ENISYL
 11380  ENOVID
 11390  ENSURE
 11395  ENTEX
 11400  ENTOZYME
 11450  EPHEDRINE
 11480  EPHEDRINE SULFATE
 11520  EPIFOAM
 11525  EPIFRIN
 11530  EPINAL
 11540  EPINEPHRINE
 11548  EPIPEN
 11550  EPITRATE
 11555  EPPY
 11575  EPSOM SALT
 11580  EQUAGESIC
 11585  EQUANIL
 11605  ERGOBEL
 11620  ERGOMAR
 11625  ERGONOVINE
 11635  ERGOSTAT
 11645  ERGOTRATE
 11658  ERY-TAB
 11651  ERYC
 11653  ERYDERM
 40725  ERYMAX
 11655  ERYPAR
 11657  ERYPED
 11668  ERYTHRO-RX
 11660  ERYTHROCIN
 11665  ERYTHROMYCIN
 11680  ESERINE
 11688  ESGIC
 11690  ESIDRIX
 11695  ESIMIL
 11700  ESKALITH
 11720  ESTATE
 11725  ESTINYL
 11740  ESTRACE
 11745  ESTRADIOL
 11750  ESTRADURIN
 11765  ESTRATEST
 11770  ESTRAVAL
 11785  ESTROCON
 11800  ESTROGEN
 40730  ESTROGENIC
         SUBSTANCE
 11815  ESTRONE
 11845  ESTROVIS
 11850  ETHAMBUTOL
 11860  ETHAQUIN
 11920  ETRAFON
 11945  EUCERIN
 11960  EURAX
 11965  EUTHROID
 11970  EUTONYL
 41885  EVAC-U-GEN
 12035  EXCEDRIN
 12040  EXNA
 11978  EXPECTORANT
 12050  EXSEL LOTION
 10740  EXTEND
 12055  EXTENDRYL
 12078  EYE PREPARATION

 Entry Names "F-G"

 12140  FASTIN
 12160  FEDAHIST
 12165  FEDAHIST
         EXPECTORANT
 12193  FELDENE
 12255  FEOSOL
 12260  FEOSOL ELIXIRNAMCS 1985
 12270  FEOSOL SPANSULE
 12275  FEOSTAT
 12285  FER-IN-SOL
 12290  FERANCEE
 12300  FERGON
 12305  FERGON ELIXIR
 12340  FERO-FOLIC-500
 12345  FERO-GRAD-500
 12410  FERRO
 12415  FERRO-SEQUEL
 12480  FERROUS GLUCONATE
 12490  FERROUS SULATE
 12510  FESTAL
 12515  FESTALAN
 12523  FIBERMED
 12525  FILIBON
 12530  FILIBON F.A.
 12550  FIORINAL
 12560  FIORINAL NO. 2
 12565  FIORINAL NO. 3
 12570  FIORINAL W/CODEINE
 12585  FLAGYL
 12605  FLEET BARIUM ENEMA
 12620  FLEET ENEMA
 12635  FLEXERIL
 12665  FLORINEF
 12670  FLORONE
 12695  FLUOGEN
 12705  FLUONID
 12735  FLUORIDE
 12755  FLUORITAB
 12763  FLUOROMETHOLONE
 12765  FLUOROPLEX
 12770  FLUOROURACIL
 12810  FLURAZEPAM
 12830  FLUZONE
 12835  FLUZONE TRIVALENT
         TYPE A.B.
 12845  FML LIQUIFILM
 12855  FOILLE
 41860  FOLATE
 12865  FOLIC ACID
 12915  FORMALDEHYDE
 12920  FORMALIN
 12975  FOSFREE
 12980  FOSTEX
 12998  FOTOTAR
 13030  FUDR
 13045  FULVICIN
 13100  FURACIN
 13105  FURADANTIN
 13118  FUROSEMIDE
 13120  FUROXONE
 13180  GAMULIN RH
 13195  GANTANOL
 13200  GANTRISIN
 13205  GARAMYCIN
 13208  GARGLE
 13220  GAVISCON
 13295  GELUSIL
 13300  GEMONIL
 13310  GENOPTIC
 40775  GENTACIDIN
 13320  GENTAMICIN
 13325  GENTIAN VIOLET
 13340  GENTRAN
 13350  GEOCILLIN
 13455  GERITOL
 13495  GEVRABON
 13530  GLAUCON
 13550  GLUCOSE
 13560  GLUKOR
 13595  GLY-OXIDE
 13610  GLYCERIN (FLAVORED)
 41820  GLYCERIN
         SUPPOSITORIES
 13735  GLYROL
 13745  GLYTUSS
 13750  GOLD SODIUM
         THIOSULFATE
 13775  GRANULEX
 13785  GRIFULVIN
 13790  GRIS-PEG
 13795  GRISACTIN
 13800  GRISEOFULVIN
 13818  GUAIFED
 13850  GUANIDINE
 13865  GUIATEX
 13875  GUIATUSS
 13880  GUIATUSS A.C. SYRUP
 13930  GYNE-LOTRIMIN

 Entry Names "H-K"

 13975  H-BIG
 13998  HALCIDERM
 13999  HALCION
 14000  HALDOL
 14015  HALEY'S MONAMCS 1985
 14035  HALOG
 14040  HALOPERIDOL
 14045  HALOTESTIN
 14050  HALOTEX
 14075  HBP
 14080  HC
 41800  HCTZ
 14091  HEALON
 14108  HEET LINIMENT
 14135  HEMATINIC
 14215  HEP-B GAMMAGEE
 14240  HEPARIN
 14245  HEPARIN LOCK
         FLUSH SOLUTION
 14279  HEPTAVAX-B
 14280  HEPTUNA PLUS
 14295  HESPER
 14340  HEXADROL
 14360  HEXALOL
 14415  HIBICLENS
 14440  HIPREX
 14485  HISTADYL E.C.
 14500  HISTALET
 14505  HISTALET FORTE
 14510  HISTALET SYRUP
 14515  HISTALET X
 14535  HISTAMINE
 14625  HMS
 14645  HOMATROPINE
 14670  HORMOGEN DEPOT
 14683  HORMONE
 14700  HOUSE DUST
         CONCENTRATE BULK
         TREATMENT
 14713  HUMAN CHORIONIC
         GONADOTROPIN
 14725  HUMORSOL
 40815  HUMULIN A
 41895  HUMULIN INSULIN
 14770  HYCODAN
 14768  HYCODAPHEN
 14795  HYCOMINE
 14805  HYCOTUSS
 14810  HYDELTRA-T.B.A.
 14820  HYDERGINE
 14840  HYDRALAZINE
 14850  HYDRALAZINE
         THIAZIDE
 14865  HYDRAP-ES
 14875  HYDREA
 14895  HYDRO-CHLOR
 14900  HYDRO-CHLORO-
         THIAZIDE
 14920  HYDROCHLORIC ACID
 14930  HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE
 14945  HYDROCIL
 14965  HYDROCORTISONE
 14975  HYDROCORTISONE W/
         NEOMYCIN
 14980  HYDROCORTONE
 14985  HYDRODIURIL
 14990  HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
 15010  HYDROMOX
 15035  HYDROPRES
 15043  HYDROSERP
 15070  HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE
 15080  HYDROXYQUINONE SKIN
         BLEACHING
 15090  HYDROXYUREA
 15100  HYDROXYZINE
 15105  HYDROXYZINE PAMOATE
 15115  HYGROTON
 15138  HYLOREL
 41840  HYOSCINE
 15190  HYPER-TET
 15240  HYPOTEARS
 15243  HYPOTENSIVE AGENT
 15245  HYPRHO-D
 15285  HYTAKEROL
 15305  HYTONE
 15310  HYTUSS
 15345  I-RON
 15370  IBERET
 15375  IBERET-FOLIC-500
 15380  IBERET-500
 15395  IBUPROFEN
 15490  ILOSONE
 15495  ILOTYCIN
 15515  IMFERON
 15520  IMIPRAMINE
 15540  IMMUNE SERUM
         GLOBULIN
 15545  IMODIUM
 15555  IMURAN
 15560  INAPSINENAMCS 1985
 15575  INDERAL
 15580  INDERIDE
 15590  INDOCIN
 15600  INDOMETHACIN
 15615  INFLAMASE
 15620  INFLUENZA VIRUS VAC
         TYPE A.B.
 15630  INH
 15680  INSULIN
 15685  INTAL
 15730  IODINE
 15733  IODINE SOLUTION
         STRONG
 15773  IODOFORM
 15780  IONAMIN
 15790  IONIL
 15798  IOPHEN-C
 15855  IROMIDE
 15860  IROMIN-G
 15875  IRON DEXTRAN
 15870  IRON PREPARATION
 15920  ISMELIN
 15945  ISOCLOR
 15950  ISOCLOR EXPECTORANT
 15955  ISOCLOR TIMESULE
 15990  ISONIAZID
 16020  ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
 40905  ISOPTIN
 16030  ISOPTO ALKALINE
 16040  ISOPTO CARBACHOL
 16045  ISOPTO CARPINE
 16050  ISOPTO CETAMIDE
 16055  ISOPTO CETAPRED
 16070  ISOPTO HOMATROPINE
 16075  ISOPTO HYOSCINE
 16095  ISORDIL
 16105  ISOSORBIDE
 16115  ISOXSUPRINE
 16130  ISUPREL
 16125  ISUPREL COMPOUND
         ELIXIR
 16210  K-LOR
 41915  K-LYTE
 16215  K-LYTE DS
 16220  K-LYTE/CL
 16245  K-PHOS
 16268  K-TAB
 16310  KANTREX
 16325  KAOCHLOR
 16360  KAON
 16365  KAOPECTATE
 16430  KATO
 16440  KAY CIEL
 16455  KAYEXALATE
 41850  KCL
 16475  KEFLEX
 16485  KEFZOL
 16495  KEMADRIN
 16500  KENACORT
 16505  KENALOG
 16520  KERALYT
 16525  KERI
 16535  KERODEX
 16640  KINESED
 16720  KLORVESS
 16728  KLOTRIX
 16760  KOMED HC LOTION
 16785  KONDREMUL
 16800  KONSYL
 16860  KUTAPRESSIN
 16865  KUTRASE
 16870  KWELL

 Entry Names "L-M"

 16895  L-THROXINE
 40908  L-TRYPTOPHANE
 41890  L/DOPA
 16905  LABID
 16915  LACRI-LUBE
 16920  LACRIL
 16923  LACRISERT OPHTH
 16925  LACT-AID
 16935  LACTATED RINGER'S
         (HARTMANN'S)
 16940  LACTIC ACID
 16945  LACTICARE LOTION
 16950  LACTINEX
 16955  LACTOBACILLUS
         ACIDOPHILUS
 16975  LACTULOSE
 17070  LANOLIN
 17075  LANOLINE
 17105  LANORINAL
 17110  LANOTHAL PILL
 17113  LANOXICAPS
 17115  LANOXIN
 17140  LAROBEC
 17150  LAROTIDNAMCS 1985
 17155  LARYLGAN
 17160  LASAN
 17165  LASIX
 17265  LECITHIN
 17270  LEDERCILLIN VK
 17275  LEDERPLEX
 17304  LENTE INSULIN
         SUSPENSION
 17315  LEUCINE
 17320  LEUCOVORIN
 17325  LEUKERAN
 17340  LEVO-DROMORAN
 17345  LEVODOPA
 17360  LEVOPROME
 17365  LEVOTHROID
 17370  LEVOTHYROXINE
 17375  LEVSIN
 17380  LEVSIN-PB DROPS
 17385  LEVSIN/PHENO-
         BARBITAL
 17390  LEVSINEX
 17440  LIBRAX
 17445  LIBRITABS
 17450  LIBRIUM
 17475  LIDEX
 17485  LIDOCAINE
 17490  LIDOCAINE HCL
 17530  LIMBITROL
 17540  LINCOCIN
 17545  LINCOMYCIN
 17548  LINDANE
 17560  LIORESAL
 17630  LIPOTRIAD
 17670  LIQUIFILM
 17715  LITHIUM
 17725  LITHOBID
 17730  LITHONATE
 17755  LIVER
 17745  LIVER DESICCATED
         W/B-12 NEO-VADRIN
 17760  LIVER, IRON &
         VITAMINS
 17753  LIVER, FOLIC ACID &
         B-12
 17825  LO/OVRAL
 17833  LOCAL ANESTHETIC
 17834  LOCOID
 17840  LOESTRIN
 17850  LOFENE
 17865  LOMOTIL
 17875  LONITEN
 17883  LOPID
 17885  LOPRESSOR
 40950  LOPROX
 17889  LOPURIN
 17888  LORAZEPAM
 17890  LORELCO
 17925  LOTRIMIN
 17935  LOWILA
 17945  LOXITANE
 40955  LOZOL
 17970  LUBRICATING JELLY
 17975  LUBRIDERM
 17978  LUDIOMIL
 17990  LUFYLLIN
 18000  LUFYLLIN-GG
 18005  LUFYLLIN-400
 18015  LUMINAL
 18020  LURIDE DROPS
 18050  LYSINE
 18065  LYTEERS
 18070  LYTREN
 18080  M.V.I.
 18100  M-M-R
 18125  MAALOX
 18130  MACRODANTIN
 18145  MAGAN
 18195  MAGNESIUM CITRATE
 18245  MAGNESIUM SULFATE
 18240  MALLAMINT
 18295  MALTSUPEX
 18315  MANDELAMINE
 18325  MANDOL
 18345  MANNITOL
 18365  MANTADIL
 18370  MAOLATE
 18373  MAPROTILINE
 18375  MARAX
 18380  MARAZIDE
 18395  MARCAINE
 18400  MARCAINE HCL W/
         EPINEPHRN
 18405  MAREZINE
 18445  MARPLAN
 18460  MASSENGILL
         DISPOSABLE DOUCHENAMCS 1985
 18480  MATERNA
 18515  MAXIDEX
 18518  MAXIFLOR
 18520  MAXITROL
 18540  MEASLES VIRUS
         VACCINE
 18550  MEBARAL
 18553  MECLAN
 18555  MECLIZINE
 18558  MECLOMEN
 18640  MEDROL
 18643  MEDROXYPROGESTERONE
 18645  MEFOXIN
 18655  MEGACE
 18664  MELANEX
 18665  MELFIAT
 18670  MELLARIL
 18685  MELPHALAN
 18695  MENEST
 18745  MENTHOL
 18755  MEPERGAN
 18760  MEPERIDINE
 18775  MEPHYTON
 18785  MEPRO COMPOUND
 18795  MEPROBAMATE
 18800  MEPROSPAN
 18820  MERCAPTOPURINE
 18885  MERSALYL-
         THEOPHYLLINE
 18915  MESANTOIN
 18920  MESTINON
 18925  METAHYDRIN
 18930  METAMUCIL
 18935  METANDREN
 18940  METAPREL
 18945  METAPROTERENOL
 18955  METASEP
 18985  METHADONE
 19000  METHAMPEX
 19035  METHENAMINE
 19045  METHERGINE
 19065  METHO-500
 19070  METHOCARBAMOL
 19090  METHOTREXATE
 19118  METHYCLOTHIAZIDE
 19140  METHYLCELLULOSE
 19155  METHYLDOPA
 19175  METHYLPHENIDATE
 19180  METHYLPREDNISOLONE
 19185  METHYLTESTOSTERONE
 19200  METICORTEN
 19205  METIMYD
 19210  METOLAZONE
 19218  METOPROLOL
 19230  METRETON
 19233  METRONIDAZOLE
 19234  METRYL
 19270  MI-CEBRIN
 19280  MICATIN
 19290  MICONAZOLE
 19295  MICRAININ
 19313  MICRO-K EXTENCAPS
 19320  MICRONOR
 19343  MIDAMOR
 19360  MIDRIN
 19375  MILK OF MAGNESIA
 19405  MILPATH
 19415  MILTOWN
 19445  MINERAL OIL
 19455  MINIPRESS
 19458  MINIZIDE 5
 19460  MINOCIN
 19465  MINOCYCLINE
 19478  MINOXIDIL
 19515  MISSION PRENATAL
 19525  MISSION PRENATAL
         H.P.
 19553  MITROLAN
 19555  MITY-MYCIN
 19568  MIXTARD
 19575  MOBAN
 19590  MOBISYL
 19595  MODANE
 19605  MODICON
 19615  MODIFIED PROTEIN
         HYDROLYSATE
 19618  MODURETIC
 19625  MOL-IRON
 41865  MOM
 19635  MONISTAT
 19640  MONISTAT 7
 19644  MONO-GESIC
 19650  MORPHINE
 19675  MOTRIN
 19680  MOUTHWASH
 19715  MUCOMYSTNAMCS 1985
 19785  MULTI-VITAMIN
 19795  MULTICEBRIN
 19815  MULTIPLE VITAMIN
 19820  MULTIPLE VITAMIN W/
         IRON
 19825  MULTIPLE VITAMINS
 19830  MULTIPLE VITAMINS
         W/IRON
 19840  MULTIVITAMIN
 19850  MULTIVITAMIN
         FORMULA
 19853  MULTIVITAMIN/
         FLUORIDE
 19870  MULTIVITAMINS &
         MULTIMINERALS
 19905  MUMPS VIRUS VACCINE
         LIVE
 19925  MURINE
 19946  MURO TEARS
 19940  MUROCEL
 19945  MUROCOLL
 19948  MUSCLE RELAXANT
 19960  MUTAMYCIN
 19995  MYADEC
 20010  MYCELEX
 20035  MYCITRACIN
 20040  MYCO TAC
 20055  MYCOLOG
 20060  MYCOSTATIN
 20070  MYDRAPRED
 20075  MYDRIACYL
 20078  MYDRIATIC AGENT
 20080  MYLANTA
 20090  MYLERAN
 20095  MYLICON
 20105  MYOCHRYSINE
 20110  MYOFLEX
 20128  MYOSAL
 20135  MYSOLINE
 20140  MYSTECLIN F
 20153  MYTREX

 Entry Names "N-O"

 20175  NAFCILLIN
 20190  NALDECON
 20210  NALFON
 20215  NALIDIXIC ACID
 20260  NAPHCON
 20270  NAPHCON-A
 20285  NAPROSYN
 20290  NAPROXEN
 20300  NAQUA
 20315  NARDIL
 20320  NASAHIST
 20325  NASAL DECONGESTANT
 41150  NASALCROM
 20338  NASALIDE
 20355  NASOCON
 20360  NATABEC
 20365  NATABEC RX
 20370  NATABEC W/FLUORIDE
 20375  NATABEC-FA
 20385  NATAFORT
 20390  NATALINS
 20395  NATALINS RX
 41155  NATURACIL
 20415  NATURETIN
 20435  NAVANE
 20450  ND-STAT
 20455  NEBCIN
 20490  NEGGRAM
 20505  NEMBUTAL
 20515  NEO-CALGLUCON SYRUP
 20525  NEO-CORT-DOME OTIC
 20530  NEO-CORTEF
 20540  NEO-DELTA-CORTEF
 20555  NEO-MEDROL
 20580  NEO-POLYCIN
 20585  NEO-SYNALAR
 20595  NEO-SYNEPHRINE
 20610  NEO-TEARS
 20645  NEOCYLATE
 20655  NEODECADRON
 20690  NEOMYCIN
 20700  NEOPAP
 20730  NEOSPORIN
 20755  NEOTEP
 20765  NEOTHYLLINE-GG
 20805  NEPTAZANE
 20818  NETROMYCIN
 20819  NEUROGYN
 20835  NEUTRA-PHOS
 20855  NEUTROGENA
 20885  NIACIN
 20895  NIACINAMIDE
 20900  NIALEX
 20950  NICOBID
 20960  NICOLARNAMCS 1985
 20965  NICOTAL
 20980  NICOTINIC ACID
 21010  NIFEREX
 21020  NIFEREX-PN
 21065  NILSTAT
 21125  NITRO T.D.
 21130  NITRO-BID
 21143  NITRO-DUR
 21135  NITROCAP
 21144  NITRODISC
 21145  NITROFURANTOIN
 21155  NITROGEN
 21160  NITROGLYCERIN
 21165  NITROGLYN
 21170  NITROL
 21180  NITROSPAN
 21185  NITROSTAT
 21195  NITROUS OXIDE
 21200  NIVEA
 21203  NIZORAL
 21205  NOCTEC
 21213  NOLAHIST
 21215  NOLAMINE
 21220  NOLUDAR
 21225  NOLVADEX
 21228  NORDETTE
 21280  NORFLEX
 21290  NORGESIC
 21300  NORINYL
 21330  NORLESTRIN
 21335  NORLUTATE
 21390  NORPACE
 21400  NORPRAMIN
 21403  NORTRIPTYLINE
 21405  NOSE DROPS
 21425  NOVAFED
 21430  NOVAFED A
 21440  NOVAHISTINE
 21450  NOVAHISTINE DH
 21455  NOVAHISTINE DMX
 21460  NOVAHISTINE ELIXIR
 21465  NOVAHISTINE
         EXPECTORANT
 21485  NOVAHISTINE SINUS
 21500  NOVOCAIN
 41855  NPH INSULIN
 21530  NU-IRON
 21550  NUBAIN
 21555  NUCOFED
 21585  NUPERCAINAL
 21600  NURSOY
 21605  NUTRACORT
 21625  NUTRAPLUS
 21695  NYSTATIN
 21700  NYSTATIN VAGINAL
         TABLET
 21750  OCEAN MIST
 21755  OCUSOL
 21765  OGEN
 21795  OMNIPEN
 21800  ONCOVIN
 21802  ONE-A-DAY ESSENTIAL
 21835  OPHTHAINE
 21840  OPHTHALGAN
 21850  OPHTHOCHLOR
 21855  OPHTHOCORT
 21900  OPTIMINE
 21970  ORASONE
 21990  ORENZYME
 21995  ORETIC
 22010  OREXIN
 22015  ORGANIDIN
 22020  ORGAPHEN
 22025  ORIMUNE POLIOVIRUS
         VAC LIVE ORAL
 22030  ORINASE
 22055  ORNADE
 22075  ORTHO PERSONAL
         LUBRICANT
 22080  ORTHO-CREME
 22090  ORTHO-NOVUM
 22110  OS-CAL
 22115  OS-CAL PLUS
 22120  OS-CAL 500
 22125  OS-CAL-FORTE
 22145  OSMOGLYN
 22155  OTALL DROPS
 22160  OTIC DROPS
 22180  OTOBIOTIC
 22185  OTOCORT
 22195  OTOREID-HC
 22200  OTRIVIN
 22210  OVCON
 22215  OVRAL
 22225  OVULEN
 22233  OXACILLINNAMCS 1985
 22270  OXSORALEN
 22315  OXYGEN
 22328  OXYMYCIN
 22350  OYSTER SHELL &
         VITAMIN D

 Entry Names "P-Q"

 22400  P.V. CARPINE
         LIQUIFILM
 22405  P&S
 22435  P-V TUSSIN
 22520  PAMELOR
 22525  PAMINE
 22578  PANADOL
 22595  PANALGESIC
 22630  PANCREASE
 22640  PANCREATIN
 22670  PANMYCIN
 22675  PANOXYL
 22690  PANTERIC
 22730  PANTOTHENOL (D)
         ALCOHOL
 22740  PANWARFIN
 22755  PAPASE
 22770  PAPAVERINE
 22800  PARADIONE
 22805  PARAFLEX
 22810  PARAFON FORTE
 22845  PAREGORIC
 22858  PARENTERAL
         NUTRITION/VIA FLEX
 22860  PAREPECTOLIN
 22875  PARLODEL
 22885  PARNATE
 22890  PARSIDOL
 22910  PATHIBAMATE
 22945  PAVABID
 23006  PAXIPAM
 23015  PBZ
 23045  PBZ-SR
 23100  PEDIACOF
 23120  PEDIALYTE
 23125  PEDIAMYCIN
 23145  PEDIATROL W/IRON
 23150  PEDIAZOLE
 23178  PEMOLINE
 23180  PEN A/N
 23185  PEN-VEE K
 23200  PENAPAR VK
 23210  PENICILLAMINE
 23215  PENICILLIN
 23220  PENICILLIN G
 23222  PENICILLIN G
         PROCAINE
 23223  PENICILLIN PROCAINE
 23225  PENICILLIN V
 23228  PENICILLIN V
         POTASSIUM
 23230  PENICILLIN VK
 23245  PENTAERYTHRITOL
         TETRANIT-PHENOBARB
 23305  PENTIDS
 23325  PENTRAX
 23370  PEPTO-BISMOL
 23385  PERCOCET-5
 23390  PERCODAN
 23400  PERCOGESIC
 23415  PERDIEM GRANULE
 23425  PERGONAL
 23430  PERI-COLACE
 23440  PERIACTIN
 23450  PERIDIN-C
 23480  PERITINIC
 23490  PERITRATE
 23510  PERNAEMON
 23520  PERNOX
 23521  PEROXYL
 23523  PERPHENAZINE
 23525  PERSA-GEL
 23535  PERSANTINE
 23550  PERTOFRANE
 23560  PERTUSSIN
 23565  PETN
 23585  PETROLATUM
 23610  PHAZYME
 23620  PHAZYME-95
 23660  PHENAPHEN
 23670  PHENAPHEN NO. 3
 23680  PHENAPHEN W/CODEINE
 23690  PHENATANE
         EXPECTORANT
 23745  PHENDIMETRAZINE
 23753  PHENELZINE
 23755  PHENERGAN
 23765  PHENERGAN
         EXPECTORANT PLAIN
 23770  PHENERGAN
         EXPECTORANT  W/
         CODEINE
 23775  PHENERGAN
         EXPECTORANT  W/
         DEXTROME THORP
 23780  PHENERGAN SYRUP
 23785  PHENERGAN VC
         EXPECTORANT PLAIN
 23790  PHENERGAN VC
         EXPECTORANT W/
         CODEINE
 23795  PHENERGAN-D
 23845  PHENOBARBITAL
 23855  PHENOBARBITAL &
         BELLADONNA
 23870  PHENOBARBITAL
         ELIXIR
 23935  PHENOL
 23970  PHENTERMINE
 23973  PHENTRIDE
 24010  PHENYLBUTAZONE ALKA
 24025  PHENYLPROPANOLAMINE
 24035  PHENYLZIN
 24045  PHENYTOIN
 24075  PHISODERM
 24080  PHISOHEX
 24130  PHOSPHOLINE
 41285  PHOSPHOLINE IODINE
 24140  PHRENILIN
 24150  PHYLLOCONTIN
 24185  PILO
 24190  PILOCAR
 24195  PILOCARPINE
 24205  PILOCEL
 24255  PITOCIN
 24280  PLACEBO
 24285  PLACIDYL
 24300  PLAQUENIL
 24330  PLATINOL
 24355  PNEUMOVAX
 24365  PODOPHYLLIN
 24370  PODOPHYLLUM
 24390  POISON IVY EXTRACT
 24400  POLARAMINE
 24405  POLIOMYELITIS
         VACCINE
 24410  POLLEN ANTIGEN
 24478  POLY-PRED
 24415  POLY-VI-FLOR
 24418  POLY-VI-FLOR W/IRON
 24420  POLY-VI-SOL
 24435  POLYCILLIN
 24440  POLYCILLIN-PRB
 24445  POLYCITRA
 24465  POLYMOX
 24485  POLYSORB
 24510  POLYSPORIN
 24545  PONDIMIN
 24550  PONSTEL
 24555  PONTOCAINE
 24595  POTABA
 24650  POTASSIUM
 24653  POTASSIUM CHLORIDE
 24690   POTASSIUM ESTRONE
         SULFATE
 24695  POTASSIUM GLUCONATE
 24710  POTASSIUM IODIDE
 24725  POTASSIUM
         PERMANGANATE
 24730  POTASSIUM PHOSPHATE
 24760  POVIDINE
 24780  PRAGMATAR
 41330  PRAMASONE
 24785  PRAMET FA
 24790  PRAMILET FA
 24795  PRAMOSONE
 24803  PRAX LOTION
 24804  PRAZEPAM
 24805  PRAZOSIN
 24815  PRE-ENTHUS F
 24830  PRE-NATAL VITAMINS
 24850  PRED FORTE
 24855  PRED MILD
 24860  PRED-5
 24885  PREDNISOLONE
 24890  PREDNISONE
 24895  PREDOXINE
 24910  PREFRIN
 24943  PRELU-2
 24945  PRELUDIN
 24950  PREMARIN
 24955  PREMARIN
 INTRAVENOUS
 24960  PREMARIN VAGINAL
 24975  PRENATAL FORMULA
         (VITAMINS)
 24980  PREMARIN STUART
 24988  PREMARIN W/FOLIC
         ACID & IRON
 24995  PREPARATION H
 25015  PRESALIN
 25025  PRESUN
 25065  PRINCIPEN
 25090  PRIVINE
 25100  PRO-BANTHINE
 25150  PROBENECID
 25180  PROCAINAMIDE
 25185  PROCAINE
 25200  PROCAN SR
 25210  PROCARBAZINE
 25213  PROCARDIA
 25240  PROCTOCORT
 25250  PROCTOFOAM
 25255  PROCTOFOAM-HC
 25305  PROGESTERONE
 25330  PROLIXIN
 25335  PROLOID
 25338  PROLOPRIM
 25365  PROMETHAZINE
 25375  PROMETHAZINE
         COMPOUND W/CODEINE
 25380  PROMETHAZINE
         EXPECTORANT
 25390  PROMETHAZINE
         EXPECTORANT W/
         CODEINE
 25455  PRONESTYL
 25470  PROPANOLOL
 25485  PROPARACAINE
 25490  PROPHYLLIN
 25493  PROPINE
 25495  PROPION GEL
 25510  PROPOXYPHENE
 25550  PROPYLENE GLYCOL
 25560  PROPYLTHIOURACIL
 25570  PROOSOBEE
 25575  PROSTAPHLIN
 25618  PROTOSTAT
 25638  PROVENTIL
 25640  PROVERA
 25670  PROXIGEL
 25685  PRULET
 25695  PSEUDOEPHEDRINE
 25710  PSORIGEL
 41845  PTU
 25755  PURODIGIN
 25760  PURPOSE
 25775  PYOCIDIN
 25790  PYRADYNE
 25810  PYRIDIUM
 25815  PYRIDIUM PLUS
 25825  PYRIDOXINE
 25875  PYRROXATE
 25885  P1E1
 25890  P2E1
 25895  P3E1
 25900  P4E1
 25905  P6E1
 25930  QUADRINAL
 25965  QUESTRAN
 25970  QUIBRON
 25980  QUIBRON ELIXIR
 25985  QUIBRON PLUS
 25995  QUIBRON-300
 26005  QUIDE
 26013  QUIET WORLD
 26015  QUINAGLUTE
 26020  QUINAMM
 26030  QUINIDEX EXTENTAB
 26035  QUINIDINE
 41395  QUINIDINE GLUCONATE
 26040  QUINIDINE SULFATE
 26045  QUININE SULFATE
 26060  QUINORA

 Entry Names "R-S"

 26090  RABIES VACCINE
 26100  RACET
 26105  RAGWEED & RELATED
         POLLENS ALLERGENIC
 26135  RAUDIXIN
 26170  RAUTRAX
 26185  RAUWOLFIA
 26190  RAUZIDE
 26240  REDISOL
 26255  REGLAN
 26265  REGROTON
 26285  REGUTOL
 26300  RELA
 26320  RENACIDIN
 26335  RENESE
 26340  RENESE-RNAMCS 1985
 26425  RESERPINE
 26428  RESERPINE/HYDRALA-
         ZINE/HCTZ
 41405  RESPAIRE
 26438  RESPBID
 26453  RESTORIL
 26475  RETIN-A
 26545  RHINEX
 26550  RHINEX-A-LAY
 26665  RHUS TOX ANTIGEN
 26668  RHUSTOX HC
 26715  RIFAMPIN
 26730  RIMSO-50
 26740  RIOPAN
 26750  RIOPAN PLUS
 26760  RITALIN
 26775  ROBAMOX
 26785  ROBAXIN
 26790  ROBAXISAL
 26795  ROBICILLIN VK
 26800  ROBIMYCIN
 26805  ROBINUL
 26825  ROBITET
 26830  ROBITUSSIN
 26835  ROBITUSSIN A-C
         SYRUP
 26840  ROBITUSSIN-CF
 26850  ROBITUSSIN-DAC
         SYRUP
 26860  ROBITUSSIN-DM
         SYRUP

 26865  ROBITUSSIN-PE
         SYRUP
 26870  ROCALTROL
 26885  ROGENIC
 26930  RONDEC
 26935  RONDEC-DM
 26940  RONDOMYCIN
 26985  RU-EST
 27045  RU-TUSS
 27050  RU-TUSS EXPECTORANT
 27055  RU-TUSS PLAIN
 27060  RU-TUSS W/
         HYDROCODONE
 27075  RUBELLA VIRUS
         VACCINE LIVE
 27085  RUBRAMIN PC
 27103  RUFEN
 27110  RUGAR
 27175  RYNA-C
 27180  RYNA-CX
 27190  RYNATAN
 27195  RYNATUSS
 27310  SALATIN
 27325  SALETO-D
 27340  SALICYLATE
 27345  SALICYLIC ACID
 27350  SALICYLIC ACID &
         SULFUR SOAP
 27368  SALINE
 27420  SALUTENSIN
 27435  SANOREX
 27440  SANSERT
 27459  SARNA
 27495  SASTID
 27500  SAVACORT-D
 27512  SCABENE
 27545  SCOPOLAMINE
 27590  SEBA-NIL
 27625  SEBIZON LOTION
 27635  SEBULEX
 27640  SEBUTONE
 27650  SECONAL
 27700  SEDEPAP ELIXIR
 27725  SELENIUM
 27730  SELSUN
 27735  SELSUN BLUE
 41440  SENECOT
 27785  SENOKOT
 27795  SENOKOT S
 27835  SEPTRA
 27840  SEPTRA DS
 27845  SER-AP-ES
 27855  SERAX
 27865  SERENTIL
 27890  SERPASIL
 27900  SERPASIL-APRESOLINE
 27905  SERPASIL-ESIDRIX
 27925  SETAMINE
 27985  SILVADENE
 27995  SILVER NITRATE
 28030  SIMETHICONE
 28080  SINEMET
 28085  SINEQUAN
 28100  SINGLETNAMCS 1985
 28135  SINUBID
 28145  SINULIN
 28165  SINUTAB
 28295  SK-PRAMINE
 28335  SK-65
 28345  SK-65 COMPOUND
 28350  SKELAXIN
 28358  SKIN PREPARATION
 35580  SLO-BID
 28365  SLO-PHYLLIN
 28375  SLO-PHYLLIN GYROCAP
 28380  SLO-PHYLLIN SYRUP
 41470  SLOW FE
 28390  SLOW-K
 28415  SOAP LIQUID
 28455  SODIUM BICARBONATE
 28495  SODIUM CHLORIDE
 28565  SODIUM CHLORIDE
         MURO 128
 28595  SODIUM FLUORIDE
 28640  SODIUM MORRHUATE
 28683  SODIUM
         SULFACETAMIDE
         OPHTH
 28734  SOLAQUIN
 28750  SOLBAR
 28760  SOLGANAL SUSPENSION
 28790  SOLU-C0RTEF
 28800  SOLU-MEDROL
 28825  SOMA
 28815  SOMA COMPOUND

 28820  SOMA COMPOUND W/
         CODEINE
 28840  SOMOPHYLLIN
 28920  SORBITRATE
 29015  SPARINE
 29050  SPASTOLATE
 41505  SPECTAZOLE
 29078  SPECTROBID
 29245  SPIRONAZIDE
 29250  SPIRONOLACTONE
 29255  SPIRONOLACTONE W/
         HYDROCHLORO-
         THIAZIDE
 29260  SPRX-1
 29275  SSKI
 29285  STADOL
 29310  STAPHAGE LYSATE
         BACTERIAL ANTIGEN
 29323  STAR-0TIC
 29328  STATICIN
 29330  STATOBEX
 29365  STELAZINE
 29370  STERA-FORM
 29450  STERASOLINE
 29498  STEROID(S)
 29505  STILBESTROL
 29525  STOKES EXPECTORANT
         MIXTURE
 29533  STOOL SOFTENER
 29540  STOPAIN
 29555  STOXIL
 29565  STREPTOMYCIN
 29570  STRESS FORMULA
 29580  STRESSCAPS
 41550  STRESSTABS W/IRON
 41555  STRESSTABS W/ZINC
 29585  STRESSTABS 600
 29605  STUART FORMULA
 29610  STUARTINIC
 29615  STUARTNATAL 1+1
 29625  STULEX
 29705  SUDAFED
 29710  SUDAFED PLUS
 29720  SUDAFED S.A.
 29725  SUDAFED SYRUP
 29785  SULAMYD SODIUM
 29795  SULF-10
 29800  SULFA VAGINAL
 41565  SULFA-GYN
 29810  SULFACET-R LOTION
 29815  SULFACETAMID
 29850  SULFANILAMIDE
 29860  SULFAPYRIDINE
 29865  SULFASALAZINE
 29875  SULFASOXAZOLE
 29900  SULFISOXAZOLE
 29955  SULFUR
 29960  SULFUR & RESORCIN
         COMPOUND
 30008  SULPHRIN
 30010  SULPHUR
 30015  SULTRIN
 30030  SUMSCREEN
 30035  SUMYCINNAMCS 1985
 30050  SUNDOWN
 30110  SUPER DOSS
 30122  SUPER STRESS 600
         W/IRON
 41580  SUPER STRESS 600
         W/ZINC
 30145  SUPPORT
 30165  SURBEX 750 W/IRON
 30170  SURBEX 750 W/ZINC
 30175  SURBEX-T
 30190  SURFADIL
 30195  SURFAK
 30235  SURMONTIL
 30240  SUS-PHRINE AQUEOUS
         SUSPENSION
 30255  SUSTAIRE
 30305  SYMMETREL
 30329  SYNACORT
 30330  SYNALAR
 30335  SYNALGOS
 30340  SYNALGOS-DC
 30365  SYNEMOL
 30370  SYNKAYVITE
 30395  SYNTHROID
 30415  SYTOBEX

 Entry Names "T-U"

 30690  T.B. TINE TEST
 30475  TABRON
 30480  TACARYL
 30485  TACE
 30495  TAGAMET
 30513  TALACEN
 30535  TALWIN
 30530  TALWIN COMPOUND
 30545  TAMINE
 30553  TAMOXIFEN
 30555  TANDEARIL
 30575  TAO
 30585  TAPAZOLE
 30590  TAR
 30595  TARACTAN
 30630  TAVIST
 30650  TEARISOL
 30655  TEARS NATURALE
 30660  TEARS PLUS
 30665  TEDFERN
 30670  TEDRAL
 30690  TEDRAL SA
 30725  TEGOPEN
 30730  TEGRETOL
 30740  TELDRIN
 30755  TEMARIL
 30760  TEMPRA
 30782  TENORMIN
 30790  TENUATE
 30795  TEPANIL
 30805  TERBUTALINE
 30820  TERPIN HYDRATE
 30825  TERPIN HYDRATE &
         CODEINE ELIXIR
 30835  TERPIN HYDRATE
         ELIXIR
 30850  TERRAMYCIN
 30880  TESSALON PERLE
 30915  TESTOSTERONE
 30950  TESTOSTERONE
         PROPIONATE
 41600  TESTRADIOL
 30980  TESTRED
 31000  TETANUS ANTITOXIN
 31005  TETANUS DIPHTHERIA
         TOXOID
 31015  TETANUS TOXOID
 31020  TETRA
 31025  TETRACAINE
 31045  TETRACYCLINE
 31050  TETRACYCLINE HCL
 31060  TETRALAN
 31075  TETREX
 31085  TEXACORT
 31093  THALITONE
 31110  THEELIN AQUEOUS
         SUSPENSION
 31120  THEO-DUR
 31140  THEO-ORGANIDIN
 41610  THEO-24
 31145  THEOBID
 31150  THEOBROMINE
 31165  THEOCLEAR
 31200  THEOLAIR
 31230  THEOPHYLLIN ELIXIR
 31235  THEOPHYLLINE
 41615  THEOSTAT
 31275  THEOVENT
 31325  THERAGRAN
 31330  THERAGRAN HEMATINIC
 31335  THERAGRAN-M
 31455  THIAMINE
 31485  THIODYNE
 31508  THIORIDAZINE
 31525  THIOSULFIL FORTE
 31535  THIOSULFIL-A FORTE
 31540  THIOTEPA
 31545  THIURETIC
 31550  THORAZINE
 31630  THYROID
 31635  THYROLAR
 41905  THYROXINE
 31645  TICAR
 31655  TIGAN
 31659  TIMOLIDE
 31658  TIMOLOL
 31660  TIMOPTIC
 31670  TINACTIN
 31720  TITRALAC
 31725  TOBRAMYCIN
 31728  TOBREX OPHTHALMIC
 31740  TOFRANIL
 31755  TOLBUTAMIDE
 31760  TOLECTIN
 31775  TOLINASE
 31825  TOPIC
 31830  TOPICORT EMOLLIENT
 31835  TOPICYCLINE
 31840  TOPSYN GEL
 31845  TORA
 31850  TORECAN
 31930  TRANMEP
 31938  TRANSDERM-NITRO
 31939  TRANSDERM-SCOP
 31945  TRANXENE
 31970  TRAVASE
 41665  TRAXIN
 32020  TREXIN
 32049  TRI STATIN
 32060  TRI-HEMIC
 32065  TRI-HYDROSERPINE
 41670  TRI-NORINYL
 41675  TRI-STATIN
 32140  TRI-VI-FLOR
 41680  TRI-VI-FLOR W/IRON
 32145  TRI-VI-SOL
 41685  TRI-VI-SOL W/IRON
 32195  TRIAMCINOLONE
 32200  TRIAMCINOLONE
         ACETONIDE
 32245  TRIAMINIC
 32215  TRIAMINIC DM
 32220  TRIAMINIC
         EXPECTORANT
 32225  TRIAMINIC
         EXPECTORANT DH
 32230  TRIAMINIC
         EXPECTORANT W/
         CODEINE
 32235  TRIAMINIC INFANT
         DROPS
 32290  TRIAVIL
 32300  TRICHLOREMETHIAZIDE

 32310  TRICHLOROACETIC
         ACID
 32345  TRIDESILON
 32355  TRIDIONE
 32363  TRIFLUOPERAZINE
 32365  TRIGESIC
 32395  TRILAFON
 32405  TRILISATE
 32422  TRIMCAPS
 32438  TRIMETHOPRIM
 35595  TRIMETHOPRIM/
         SULFAMETHOXAZOLE
 32425  TRIMINOL COUGH
         SYRUP
 32430  TRIMOX
 32433  TRIMPEX
 32443  TRINALIN REPETABS
 41690  TRINALONE
 32445  TRIND SYRUP
 32460  TRINSICON
 32490  TRIPELENNAMINE
 32515  TRIPLE ANTIBIOTIC
 32530  TRIPLE SULFA
 32580  TRISORALEN
 32615  TROBICIN
 32645  TRONOTHANE
 32655  TROPHITE
 32661  TRYMEX
 32660  TRYPTOPHAN
 32665  TRYSUL VAGINAL
 32685  TUBERCULIN PPD
         (HEAF)NAMCS 1985
 32680  TUBERCULIN TINE
         TEST
 32710  TUCKS
 32720  TUINAL
 32735  TUMS
 32770  TUSS-ORNADE
 32805  TUSSAR
 32800  TUSSAR DM
 32810  TUSSEND
 32830  TUSSEND EXPECTORANT
 32835  TUSSEX COUGH SYRUP
 32845  TUSSI-ORGANIDIN
 32840  TUSSI-ORGANIDIN DM
 32855  TUSSIONEX
 32905  TYLENOL
 32910  TYLENOL NO. 1
 32815  TYLENOL NO. 2
 32920  TYLENOL NO. 3
 32925  TYLENOL NO. 4
 32930  TYLENOL W/CODEINE
 32935  TYLENOL W/CODEINE
         ELIXIR
 32945  TYLOX
 32955  TYMPAGESIC
 32960  TYPHOID VACCINE
 33050  ULTRA MIDE LOTION
 33060  ULTRACAINE
 33068  ULTRACEF
 33140  UNICAP
 33155  UNIPEN
 41745  UNIPHYL
 33160  UNIPRES
 33165  UNISOL
 33170  UNISOM
 33225  URECHOLINE
 33240  UREX
 33280  URISED
 33300  URISPAS
 33320  URITEN
 33330  URITIN
 33340  URO-PHOSPHATE
 33345  URO-VES
 33355  UROBIOTIC-250
 33365  UROGESIC
 33410  UTIMOX

 Entry Names "V-Z"

 33420  V.A. DOUCHE
 33425  V-CILLIN
 33430  V-CILLIN K
 33448  VACCINATION
 33478  VAGINAL SULFA
 33480  VAGISEC
 33485  VAGITROL
 33550  VALISONE
 33555  VALIUM
 33570  VALPIN 50
 33573  VALPROIC ACID
 33574  VALRELEASE
 35600  VANCENASE
 33575  VANCERIL
 33588  VANCOMYCIN
 33600  VANOXIDE
 33605  VANOXIDE-HC LOTION
 33670  VASELINE
 33685  VASOCIDIN
 33690  VASOCLEAR
 33700  VASOCON
 33705  VASOCON-A
 33710  VASODILAN
 33713  VASODILATOR
 33735  VASOPRESSIN
 33750  VASOSULF
 33780  VEETIDS
 33800  VELBAN
 33805  VELOSEF
 33825  VALVACHOL
 33843  VENTOLIN
 41755  VEPESID
 33858  VERAPAMIL
 33895  VERMOX
 33900  VERNATE
 33940  VESPRIN
 33965  VI-DAYLIN
 34085  VIBRA
 34090  VIBRAMYCIN
 34110  VICODIN
 34115  VICON
 34120  VICON FORTE
 34125  VICON-C
 34130  VICON-PLUS
 34138  VIDARABINE
 34158  VINBLASTINE
 34160  VINCRISTINE
 34200  VIO-PRAMOSONE
 34210  VIOFORM
 34215  VIOFORM-HYDRO-
         CORTISONENAMCS 1985
 34220  VIOKASE
 34235  VIRA-A
 34240  VIRILON
 34248  VIROPTIC
 34260  VISINE
 34263  VISKEN
 34270  VISTARIL
 34280  VISTRAX
 34345  VITAL
 34360  VITAMIN A
 34425  VITAMIN B COMPLEX
 34445  VITAMIN B COMPLEX
         W/VITAMIN C
 34455  VITAMIN B-1
 34495  VITAMIN B-12
 34500  VITAMIN B-12
         CRYSTALLINE
 34510  VITAMIN B-6
 34520  VITAMIN C
 34565  VITAMIN D
 34575  VITAMIN E
 34623  VITAMIN K
 34625  VITAMIN(S)
 34628  VITAMINS AND
         MINERALS
 34675  VITRON-C
 34685  VIVACTIL
 34698  VLEMASQUE
 34735  VORANIL
 34740  VOSOL
 34745  VOSOL HC
 34755  VYTONE
 34775  WARFARIN
 34780  WART OFF
 34855  WESTCORT
 34875  WHEAT GERM OIL
 34885  WHITFIELD S
 34910  WINSTROL
 34920  WITCH HAZEL
 34950  WYAMYCIN
 34965  WYANOIDS HC
 34970  WYCILLIN
 34980  WYDASE
 34985  WYGESIC
 34990  WYMOX
 35603  WYTENSIN
 35603  WYTENSIN
 35005  X SEB T SHAMPOO
 35023  XANAX
 35025  XERAC AC
 35030  XERAC BP10
 35035  XERAC BP5
 35050  XEROFOAM DRESSING
 35060  XYLOCAINE
 35070  XYLOCAINE HCL
 35080  XYLOCAINE HCL W/
         EPINEPHRINE
 35085  XYLOCAINE VISCOUS
 35105  YEAST
 35120  YOHIMBINE
 35130  Z-BEC
 35148  ZANOSAR
 41780  ZANTAC
 35150  ZARONTIN
 35155  ZAROXOLYN
 35165  ZEASORB MEDICATED
 35195  ZENIVITES M
 35225  ZETAR
 35240  ZINC
 35250  ZINC OXIDE
 35260  ZINC SULFATE
 35300  ZINCFRIN
 35310  ZINCON
 35338  ZOMAX
 41880  ZORPRIN
 35341  ZOVIPAX
 35350  ZYLOPRIM
 35405  4-WAY NASAL SPRAY


Generic Names and Codes

 Generic Names "A-B"

 50004  ACACIA
 50005  ACETAMINOPHEN
 50018  ACETATE ION
 50020  ACETAZOLAMIDE
 50025  ACETIC ACID
 50030  ACETOHEXAMIDE
 50032  ACETOHYDROXAMIC
         ACID
 50035  ACETONE
 50060  ACETYLCYSTEINE
 50075  ACRISORCIN
 50078  ACYCLOVIR
 50080  ADENOSINE
 50083  AGAR
 50088  ALBUTEROL
 50090  ALCOHOL
 50096  ALGINIC ACID
 50097  ALKYL ETHANOL
 50103  ALLANTOIN
 50104  ALLOBARBITAL
 50105  ALLOPURINOL
 50107  ALMOND OIL
 56300  ALOE
 50108  ALOIN
 501108 ALPHAPRODINE
 50113  ALPRAZOLAM
 50116  ALPROSTADIL
 50130  ALUMINUM ACETATE
 50138  ALUMINUM
         CHLORHYDROXYAL-
         LANTOINATE
 50145  ALUMINUM HYDROXIDE
 50148  ALUMINUM OXIDE
 50157  ALUMINUM
         POTASSIUM
         SULFATE
 50159  ALUMINUM STEARATE
 50163  ALUMINUM SULFATE
 50165  AMANTADINE
 50168  AMARANTH
 50175  AMCINONIDE
 50182  AMILORIDE
 50183  AMINACRINE
 50185  AMINO ACIDS
 50190  AMINOACETIC ACID
 50195  AMINOBENZOIC ACID
 50200  AMINOCAPROIC ACID
 50203  AMINOGLUTETHIMIDE
 50210  AMINOPHYLLINE
 50216  AMINOPYRINE
 50220  AMINOSALICYLIC ACID
 50225  AMISOMETRADINE
 50230  AMITRIPTYLINE
 50235  AMMONIA SPIRIT
         AROMATIC
 50238  AMMONIA STRONG
 50240  AMMONIATED MERCURY
 50241  AMMONIUM ACRYLATES
 50242  AMMONIUM ALUM
 50244  AMMONIUM CARBONATE
 50245  AMMONIUM CHLORIDE
 50246  AMMONIUM ION
 50248  AMMONIUM
         ISOSTEARATE
 50249  AMMONIUM PHOSPHATE
 50250  AMOBARBITAL
 50258  AMOXAPINE
 50260  AMOXICILLIN
 50265  AMPHETAMINE
 50270  AMPHOTERICIN
 50275  AMPICILLIN
 50280  AMRINONE LACTATE
 50281  AMYL PHENOL
 50283  AMYLASE
 56305  AMYLENE HYDRATE
 50282  AMYLTRICRESOLS
 56310  AMYLTRICRESOLS
 50284  ANETHOLE
 50285  ANILERIDINE
 50290  ANISE OIL
 50300  ANISOTROPINE
 50305  ANTAZOLINE
 50310  ANTHRALIN
 50325  ANTIPYRINE
 50335  ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION
 50338  ANTIVENIN BEE STING
 50367  ARALIA
 50375  ARNICA TINCTURE
 50378  AROMATIC ELIXIR
 50380  ASAFETIDA TINCTURE
 50410  ASPIRIN
 50418  ATENOLOL
 50420  ATROPINE
 50435  AUROTHIOGLUCOSE
 50440  AZATADINE
 50445  AZATHIOPRINENAMCS 1985
 50447  BACAMPICILLIN
 50450  BACITRACIN
 50455  BACLOFEN
 50460  BALSAM
 50475  BARBITAL
 50480  BARIUM SULFATE
 50485  BCG VACCINE
 50490  BECLOMETHASONE
 50492  BEEF EXTRACT
 50493  BEEF EXTRACT
 50495  BELLADONNA
 50497  BEMEGRIDE
 50500  BENDROFLUMETHIAZIDE
 50502  BENOXAPROFEN
 50507  BENTIROMIDE
 50508  BENTONITE
 50511  BENZALDEHYDE
 50515  BENZALKONIUM
         CHLORIDE
 50516  BENZENE
 50518  BENZESTROL
 50520  BENZETHONIUM
         CHLORIDE
 50530  BENZOCAINE
 50538  BENZOIC ACID
 50540  BENZOIN
 50545  BENZONATATE
 50548  BENZOPHENONE
 50550  BENZOYL PEROXIDE
 50555  BENZPHETAMINE
 50557  BENZPYRINIUM
         BROMIDE
 50560  BENZTHIAZIDE
 50565  BENZTROPINE
 50570  BENZYL ALCOHOL
 50575  BENZYL BENZOATE
 50576  BENZYL CINNAMATE
 50578  BERBERINE
 50583  BETAINE
 50585  BETAMETHASONE
 50595  BETHANECHOL
 50613  BILE SALTS
 50620  BIOTIN
 50625  BIPERIDEN
 50630  BISACODYL
 50631  BISMUTH ALUMINATE
 50635  BISMUTH ANTI-
         DIARRHEA AGENTS
 50638  BISMUTH IODIDE
 50632  BISMUTH OXIDE
 50640  BISMUTH SALICYLATE
 50634  BISMUTH SULFONATE
 50650  BISMUTH
         TRIBROMOPHENATE
 50655  BLEOMYCIN
 50660  BORIC ACID
 50663  BRAN
 50668  BRILLIANT BLUE
 50679  BROMINE
 50680  BROMOCRIPTINE
 50687  BROMOPHENOL
 50690  BROMPHENIRAMINE
 50695  BROWN MIXTURE
 50698  BUCHU
 50705  BUCLIZINE
 50706  BUFFERS
 50708  BUMETANIDE
 50710  BUPIVACAINE
 50715  BUSULFAN
 50728  BUTALBITAL
 50730  BUTAMBEN
 50720  BUTARBITAL
 50740  BUTORPHANOL
 50742  BUTYLPARABEN

 Generic Names "C-D"

 50906  CABOMERS
 50745  CAFFEINE
 50755  CALAMINE
 50758  CALCIFEDIOL
 50760  CALCITONIN
 50775  CALCIUM ACETATE
 50785  CALCIUM CARBONATE
 50802  CALCIUM IODIDE
 50806  CALCIUM ION
 50773  CALCIUM LACTATE
 50803  CALCIUM POLYSULFIDE
 50804  CALCIUM PROPIONATE
 50770  CALCIUM REPLACEMENT
         AGENTS
 50805  CALCIUM SILICATE
 50821  CALCIUM THIOSULFATE
 50824  CALJUPUT OIL
 50845  CAMPHOR
 50848  CANDELILLA WAX
 50860  CANTHARIDIN
 50866  CAPRYLIC ACID
 50868  CAPSICUMNAMCS 1985
 50867  CAPTOPRIL
 50873  CARAMIPHEN
 50874  CARAWAY OIL
 50875  CARBACHOL
 50880  CARBAMAZEPINE
 50895  CARBENICILLIN
 50898  CARBETAPENTANE
 50899  CARBIDOPA
 50900  CARBINOXAMINE
 50795  CARBOHYDRATE
         COPOLYMER
 50908  CARBON DIOXIDE
 50912  CARBOXYMETHYL-
         CELLULOSE
 50914  CARBROMAL
 50915  CARDAMOM
 50920  CARISOPRODOL
 50925  CARMUSTINE
 50933  CASANTHRANOL
 50935  CASCARA
 50938  CASEIN
 50940  CASTOR OIL
 50943  CEDAR LEAF OIL
 50945  CEFACLOR
 50950  CEFADROXIL
 50955  CEFAMANDOLE
 50960  CEFAZOLIN
 50961  CEFONICID SODIUM
 50963  CEFORANIDE
 50964  CEFOTAXIME
 50965  CEFOXITIN
 50967  CEFUROXIME SODIUM
 50968  CELLULASE
 50975  CELLULOSE
 50978  CEPHAELINE
 50980  CEPHALEXIN
 51005  CEPHRADINE
 51008  CERESIN WAX
 51012  CERULETIDE
         DIETHYLAMINE
 51016  CETEARETH
 51017  CETEARYL OCTANOATE
 51018  CETRIMONIUM BROMIDE
 51020  CETYL ALCOHOL
 51021  CETYL ESTERS
 51023  CETYLPYRIDINIUM
 51040  CHLORAL HYDRATE
 51045  CHLORAMBUCIL
 51050  CHLORAMPHENICOL
 51053  CHLORCYCLIZINE
 51055  CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE
 51060  CHLORHEXIDINE
 51063  CHLORHYDROXY-
         QUINOLONE
 51064  CHLORIDE ION
 51068  CHLOROACETIC ACID
 51075  CHLOROBUTANOL
 51085  CHLOROPHYLL
 51095  CHLOROQUINE
 51100  CHLOROTHIAZIDE
 51110  CHLOROTRIANISENE
 51115  CHLOROXINE
 51120  CHLOROXYLENOL
 51125  CHLORPHENESIN
 51130  CHLORPHENIRAMINE
 51150  CHLORPROMAZINE
 51155  CHLORPROPAMIDE
 51160  CHLORPROTHIXENE
 51170  CHLORTHALIDONE
 51175  CHLORZOXAZONE
 51177  CHOLECALCIFEROL
 51180  CHOLERA VACCINE
 51190  CHOLESTYRAMINE
 51193  CHOLIC ACID
 51195  CHOLINE
 51200  CHOLINE SALICYLATE
 51203  CHONDRUS
 51205  CHORIONIC
         GONADOTROPIN
 51208  CHROMIC CHLORIDE
 51211  CHYMOPAPAIN
 51215  CHYMOTRYPSIN
 51218  CICLOPIROX
 51220  CIMETIDINE
 51223  CINNAMEDRINE
 51225  CINNAMON OIL
 51227  CINOXACIN
 51230  CISPLATIN
 51235  CITRIC ACID
 51245  CLEMASTINE
 51250  CLIDINIUM
 51255  CLINDAMYCIN
 51260  CLOFIBRATE
 51265  CLOMIPHENE
 51270  CLONAZEPAM
 51275  CLONIDINENAMCS 1985
 51280  CLORAZEPATE
 51285  CLORTERMINE
 51290  CLOTRIMAZOLE
 51300  CLOXACILLIN
 51305  COAL TAR
 51308  COBALAMIN
 60010  COBALT
 51312  COCAMIDE
 51313  COCAMIDOPROPYL
         BETAINE
 51318  COCHINEAL
 51325  COCOA BUTTER
 51330  COCONUT OIL
 51340  CODEINE
 51345  COLCHICINE
 51335  COLESTIPOL
 51355  COLESTIPOL
 51358  COLIFORM VACCINE
 51360  COLISTIN
 51365  COLLAGEN DERIVATIVE
 51375  COLLODION
 51380  COMBINATION PRODUCT
 51390  CONTACT LENS
         SOLUTION
 51393  COPPER
 51400  CORTICOTROPIN
 51405  CORTISONE
 51425  CRESOL
 51430  CROMOLYN SODIUM
 51435  CROTAMITON
 51440  CRYPTENAMINE
 51443  CUBEB
 51460  CYCLACILLIN
 51465  CYCLANDELATE
 51500  CYCLIZINE
 51470  CYCLOBENZAPRINE
 51475  CYCLOMETHYCAINE
 51478  CYCLOPENTAMINE
 51480  CYCLOPENTOLATE
 51485  CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE
 51493  CYCLOSPORINE
 51510  CYPROHEPTADINE
 51515  CYSTEINE
 51518  CYSTINE
 51530  DACARBAZINE
 51535  DACTINOMYCIN
 51540  DANAZOL
 51545  DANTHRON
 51555  DAPSONE
 51567  DEA PHOSPHATE
 51585  DEHYDROCHOLIC ACID
 51590  DEMECARIUM
 51597  DEOXYCHOLIC ACID
 51598  DEOXYRIBONUCLEASE
 51600  DESERPIDINE
 51605  DESIPRAMINE
 51615  DESMOPRESSIN
 51620  DESONIDE
 51625  DESOXIMETASONE
 51627  DESOXYCHOLIC ACID
 51633  DETERGENT
 51635  DEXAMETHASONE
 51638  DEXBROMPHENIRAMINE
 51640  DEXCHLORPHENIRAMINE
 51645  DEXPANTHENOL
 51660  DEXTRANOMER
 51665  DEXTROAMPHETAMINE
 51670  DEXTROMETHORPHAN
 51675  DEXTROSE
 51685  DEXTROTHYROXINE
 56273  DHS SHAMPOO
 51688  DIASTASE
 51689  DIATRIZOATE SODIUM
 51695  DIAZEPAM
 51705  DIBUCAINE
 60015  DICHLORALANTIPYRINE
 51708  DICHLORALPHENAZONE
 51709  DICHLORODIFLUORO-
         METHANE
 51712  DICHLOROPHENE
 51715  DICHLOXACILLIN
 51720  DICLOXACILLIN
 51725  DICUMAROL
 51730  DICYCLOMINE
 51735  DIENESTROL
 51740  DIETARY SUPPLEMENT
 51750  DIETHYLPROPION
 51755  DIETHYLSTILBESTROL
 51760  DIFLORASONE
 51763  DIFUNISAL
 51770  DIGITALIS
 51775  DIGITOXIN
 51780  DIGOXIN
 52647  DIHYDROCODEINE
 51785  DIHYDROERGOTAMINE
 51790  DIHYDROTACHYSTEROLNAMCS 1985
 51792  DIHYDROXYACETONE
 51801  DIISOPROPYL
         SEBECATE
 51803  DILTIAZEM
 51810  DIMENHYDRINATE
 51817  DIMETHICONE
 51830  DIMETHYL SULFOXIDE
 51843  DIOXYBENZONE
 51848  DIPERODON
 51903  DIPH TET TOXOIDS
         PERTUSSIS
 51860  DIPHENHYDRAMINE
 51868  DIPHENOXYLATE
 51890  DIPHTHERIA TETANUS
         TOXOIDS
 51910  DIPHTHERIA TOXOID
 51913  DIPIVEFRIN
 60020  DIPROPYLENE GLYCOL
 51914  DIPROPYLENE GLYCOL
         SALICYLATE
 51915  DIPYRIDAMOLE
 51920  DISOPYRAMIDE
 51925  DISULFIRAM
 51927  DIVALPROEX SODIUM
 51935  DOCUSATE
 51955  DOXEPIN
 51960  DOXORUBICIN
 51965  DOXYCYCLINE
 51970  DOXYLAMINE
 51985  DROPERIDOL
 52000  DYPHYLLINE

 Generic Names "E-H"

 52005  ECHOTHIOPHATE
 52008  ECONAZOLE
 52015  EDETATE DISODIUM
 52012  EDETATE TETRASODIUM
 52023  ELECTROLYTES
 52035  EPHEDRINE
 52040  EPINEPHRINE
 52045  ERGOCALCIFEROL
 52050  ERGONOVINE
 52053  ERGOT
 52055  ERGOTAMINE
 52060  ERYTHRITYL
         TETRANITRATE
 52065  ERYTHROMYCIN
 52070  ESTRADIOL
 52072  ESTRAMUSTINE
 52075  ESTROGENS
 52080  ESTRONE
 52082  ESTROPIPATE
 52083  ETAFEDRINE
 52085  ETHACRYNIC ACID
 52090  ETHAMBUTOL
 52095  ETHAVERINE
 52100  ETHCHLORVYNOL
 52105  ETHER
 52168  ETHNODIOL DIACETATE
 52120  ETHOHEPTAZINE
 52125  ETHOPROPAZINE
 52130  ETHOSUXIMIDE
 52155  ETHYL CHLORIDE
 60025  ETHYL CINNAMATE
 52156  ETHYL PABA
 52170  ETHYLNOREPINEPHRINE
 52185  ETIDRONATE DISODIUM
 52189  ETOPOSIDE
 52190  EUCALYPTOL
 52195  EUGENOL
 52194  EUPHORBIA
 52215  FENFLURAMINE
 52218  FENNEL OIL
 52220  FENOPROFEN
 52270  FIBRINOLYSIN
 52275  FLAVOXATE
 52280  FLOXURIDINE
 52285  FLUCINOLONE
 52295  FLUDROCORTISONE
 52303  FLUMETHIAZIDE
 52304  FLUNISOLIDE
 52305  FLUOCINOLONE
 52310  FLUOCINONIDE
 52318  FLUORIDE
 52320  FLUOROMETHOLONE
 52325  FLUOROURACIL
 52330  FLUOXYMESTERONE
 52335  FLUPHENAZINE
 52345  FLURANDRENOLIDE
 52350  FLURAZEPAM
 52380  FLUZONE
 52355  FOLINIC ACID
 52357  FOLINIC ACID
 52358  FOOD SUPPLEMENT
 52360  FORMALDEHYDE
 52363  FRANGULA
 52370  FRUCTOSE
 52373  FUCHSINNAMCS 1985
 52380  FURAZOLIDONE
 52385  FUROSEMIDE
 52395  GELATIN
 52397  GELSEMIUM
 52398  GEMFIBROZIL
 52400  GENTAMICIN
 52405  GENTIAN VIOLET
 52408  GINGER
 52417  GLIPIZIDE
 52422  GLUCONIC ACID
 52425  GLUCOSE
 52435  GLUTAMIC ACID
 52445  GLUTETHIMIDE
 52447  GLYBURIDE
 52450  GLYCERIN
 52452  GLYCERYL
 52454  GLYCINE
 52453  GLYCOCHOLATE
 52455  GLYCOPYRROLATE
 52465  GLYCYRRHIZA
 52470  GOLD SODIUM
         THIOMALATE
 52475  GOLD SODIUM
         THIOSULFATE
 52478  GRAMICIDIN
 52480  GRISEOFULVIN
 52485  GUAIACOL
 52490  GUAIFENESIN
 52492  GUANABENZ
 52493  GUANARDEL
 52495  GUANETHIDINE
 52500  GUANIDINE
 52502  GUAR GUM
 52503  HALAZEPAM
 52510  HALCINONIDE
 52520  HALOPERIDOL
 52525  HALOPROGIN
 52532  HALQUINOLS
 52535  HAMAMELIS WATER
 52533  HEMICELLULASE
 52537  HEMIN
 52540  HEPARIN
 52545  HEPATITIS B IMMUNE
         GLOBULIN
 52550  HESPERIDIN
 52555  HETASTARCH
 52560  HEXACHLOROPHENE
 52600  HISTAMINE
 52613  HOG BILE EXTRACT
 52615  HOMATROPINE
 52617  HOMOSALATE
 52620  HOUSE DUST
         ALLERGENIC EXTRACT
 52625  HYALURONIDASE
 52048  HYDERGINE
 52630  HYDRALAZINE
 52633  HYDRANGEA
 52634  HYDRASTIS
 52640  HYDROCHLORIC ACID
 52645  HYDROCHLOROTHIAZIDE
 52650  HYDROCODONE
 52655  HYDROCORTISONE
 52660  HYDROFLUMETHIAZIDE
 52665  HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
 52670  HYDROMORPHONE
 52675  HYDROQUINONE
 52680  HYDROXOCOBALAMIN
 52690  HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE
 52691  HYDROXYETHYL-
         CELLULOSE
 52693  HYDROXYPHENYL-
         MERCURIS CHLORIDE
 52695  HYDROXYPROGESTERONE
 52700  HYDROXYPROPYL
         METHYLCELLULOSE
 52710  HYDROXYUREA
 52715  HYDROXYZINE
 52720  HYOSCYAMINE

 Generic Names "I-M"

 52730  IBUPROFEN
 52740  IDOXURIDINE
 52745  IMIPRAMINE
 52750  IMMUNE GLOBULIN
 52753  INDAPAMIDE
 52770  INDOMETHACIN
 52775  INFANT FORMULA
 52785  INOSITOL
 52790  INSULIN
 52793  INTRINSIC FACTOR
         CONCENTRATE
 52825  IODINATED GLYCEROL
 52830  IODINE SOLUTIONS
 52820  IODINE TOPICAL
         PREPARATIONS
 52845  IODOCHLOR-
         HYDROXYQUIN
 52847  IODOFORM
 52850  IODOQUINOL
 52870  IPECAC
 52885  IRON PREPARATIONS
 52857  ISOBUTANE
 52858  ISOBUTYL PABA
 52895  ISOCARBOXAZID
 52900  ISOETHARINE
 52903  ISOMETHEPTENE
         MUCATE
 52908  ISOMETHEPTENE
         MUCATE
 52915  ISONIAZID
 52920  ISOPROPAMIDE
 52925  ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL
 52928  ISOPROPYL MYRISTATE
 52927  ISOPROPYL PALMITATE
 52930  ISOPROTERENOL
 52933  ISOQUINOLINIUM
         BROMIDE
 52935  ISOSORBIDE
 52936  ISOSTEARIC ACID
 52943  ISOTRENTINOIN
 52945  ISOXSUPRINE
 52948  JUNIPER
 52950  KANAMYCIN
 52955  KAOLIN
 52968  KELP
 52972  KETOCONAZOLE
 52973  L-TRYPTOPHANE
 52975  LACTASE
 52980  LACTIC ACID

 52985  LACTOBACILLUS
         ACIDOPHILUS
 52986  LACTOBACILLUS
         BULGARICUS
 52992  LACTUCA
 52995  LACTULOSE
 53003  LANOLIN
 53002  LANOLIN ACID
 53004  LAURETH
 53005  LAURYL SULFOACETATE
 53020  LECITHIN
 53030  LEUCINE
 53035  LEUCOVORIN
 53050  LEVODOPA
 53055  LEVORPHANOL
 53065  LEVOTHYROXINE
 53070  LIDOCAINE
 53090  LINCOMYCIN
 53095  LINDANE
 53100  LINOLENIC ACID
 53105  LINSEED OIL
 53110  LIOTHYRONINE
 53115  LIOTRIX
 53118  LIPASE
 53120  LITHIUM
 53125  LIVER DERIVATIVE
 53127  LOBELIA
 53140  LOPERAMIDE
 53145  LORAZEPAM
 53150  LOXAPINE
 53155  LYPRESSIN
 53160  LYSINENAMCS 1985
 53170  MAGALDRATE
 53173  MAGNESIUM ACETATE
 53175  MAGNESIUM ANTACIDS
 53195  MAGNESIUM
         CATHARTICS
 53190  MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE
 53183  MAGNESIUM
         NICOTINATE
 53220  MAGNESIUM
         SALICYLATE
 53222  MAGNESIUM STEARATE
 53235  MALT SOUP EXTRACT
 53241  MANGANESE (PROTEIN
         COMPLEX)
 53240  MANGANESE GLUCONATE
 53242  MANGANESE SULFATE
 53245  MANNITOL
 53248  MAPROTILINE
 53250  MAZINDOL
 53255  MEASLES VIRUS
         VACCINE
 53260  MEBENDAZOLE
 53275  MECLIZINE
 53277  MECLOFENAMATE
 53278  MECLOFENAMIC ACID
 53280  MEDROXYPROGESTERONE
 53285  MEDRYSONE
 53290  MEFENAMIC ACID
 53295  MEGESTROL
 53298  MEGLUMINE
 53300  MELPHALAN
 53320  MENOTROPINS
 53325  MENTHOL
 53328  MENTHYL
         ANTHRANILATE
 53330  MEPENZOLATE
 53335  MEPERIDINE
 53350  MEPHENYTOIN
 53355  MEPHOBARBITAL
 53360  MEPIVACAINE
 53370  MEPROBAMATE
 53373  MERALEIN SODIUM
 53385  MERCAPTOPURINE
 53407  MERCURIC OLEATE
 53427  MERETHOXYLLINE
         PROCAINE
 53430  MERSALYL
 53431  MERSALYL
 53435  MESORIDAZINE
 53438  MESTRANOL
 53450  METAPROTERENOL
 53460  METAXALONE
 53470  METHACYCLINE
 53475  METHADONE
 53485  METHAMPHETAMINE
 53490  METHANDRIOL
 53495  METHANDROSTENOLONE
 53515  METHARBITAL
 53520  METHAZOLAMIDE
 53525  METHDILAZINE
 53530  METHENAMINE
 53535  METHICILLIN
 53540  METHIMAZOLE
 53560  METHOCARBAMOL
 53570  METHOTREXATE
 53575  METHOTRIMEPRAZINE
 53585  METHOXSALEN
 53595  METHOXYPHENAMINE
 53600  METHSCOPOLAMINE
 53610  METHYCLOTHIAZIDE
 53647  METHYL NICOTINATE
 53620  METHYL SALICYLATE
 53625  METHYLBENZETHONIUM
         CHLORIDE
 53630  METHYLCELLULOSE
 53635  METHYLDOPA
 53640  METHYLENE BLUE
 53642  METHYLENE CHLORIDE
 53645  METHYLERGONOVINE
 53650  METHYLPARABEN
 53655  METHYLPHENIDATE
 53660  METHYLPREDNISOLONE
 53670  METHYLTESTOSTERONE
 53675  METHYPRYLON
 53680  METHYSERGIDE
 53688  METOCLOPRAMIDE
 53690  METOLAZONE
 53445  METOPROLOL
 53700  METRONIDAZOLE
 53715  MICONAZOLE
 53718  MILK SOLIDS NONFAT
 53720  MINERAL OIL
 53725  MINOCYCLINE
 53730  MINOXIDIL
 53740  MITOMYCINNAMCS 1985
 54920  MODIFIED PROTEIN
         HYDROLYSATE
 53750  MOLINDONE
 53753  MOLYBDENUM
 53755  MONOBENZONE
 53760  MORPHINE
 53770  MORRHUATE SODIUM
 53780  MULTIVITAMINS
         GENERAL
 53820  MUMPS VIRUS
         VACCINE

 Generic Names "N-P"

 53840  NADOLOL
 53845  NAFCILLIN
 53855  NALBUPHINE
 53860  NALIDIXIC ACID
 53870  NANDROLONE
 53875  NAPHAZOLINE
 53880  NAPROXEN
 53891  NEISSERIA
 53895  NEOMYCIN
 53903  NETILMICIN
 53905  NIACIN
 53915  NIACINAMIDE
 53922  NIFEDIPINE
 53930  NITROFURANTOIN
 53935  NITROFURAZONE
 53940  NITROGEN
 53945  NITROGLYCERIN
 53950  NITROUS OXIDE
 53955  NONOXYNOL
 53965  NORETHINDRONE
 53968  NORETHYNODREL
 53970  NORGESTREL
 53975  NORTRIPTYLINE
 53980  NOSCAPINE
 53991  NUTGALL
 53988  NUTMEG OIL
 53989  NUX VOMICA
 53990  NYLIDRIN
 53995  NYSTATIN
 54000  OATMEAL
 54003  OCTOXYNOL
 54005  OCTYL DIMETHYL PABA
 54007  OCTYL SALICYLATE
 54015  OINTMENT
         HYDROPHILIC
 54018  OINTMENT WHITE
 54020  OLEANDOMYCIN
 54028  OLETH-3 PHOSPHATE
 54035  OPIUM
 54045  ORANGE OIL
 54050  ORPHENADRINE
 54065  OX BILE EXTRACT
 54070  OXACILLIN
 54080  OXANDROLONE
 54085  OXAZEPAM
 54087  OXETHAZAINE
 54100  OXTRIPHYLLINE
 54093  OXYBENZONE
 54105  OXYBUTYNIN
 54113  OXYCHOLESTRIN
 54094  OXYCODONE
 54115  OXYGEN
 54120  OXYMETAZOLINE
 54140  OXYPHENBUTAZONE
 54095  OXYPHENCYCLIMINE
 54148  OXYQUINOLONE
 51450  OXYTETRACYCLINE
 54155  OXYTOCIN
 54157  PADIMATE O
 54158  PAMABRON
 54160  PANCREATIN
 54165  PANCRELIPASE
 54175  PANTOTHENIC ACID
 54180  PAPAIN
 54190  PAPAVERINE
 54191  PARACHLORO-
         METAXYLENOL
 54193  PARAFFIN
 54200  PARAMETHADIONE
 54215  PAREGORIC
 54220  PARGYLINE
 54227  PASSIFLORA EXTRACT
 54238  PECTIN
 55434  PEG-40 SORBITAN
 54239  PELLITORY ROOT
 54240  PEMOLINE
 54245  PENICILLAMINE
 54250  PENICILLIN
 54260  PENICILLIN G
         PROCAINE
 54268  PENICILLIN V
         POTASSIUM
 54275  PENTAERYTHRITOL
 54290  PENTAZOCINE
 54295  PENTOBARBITALNAMCS 1985
 54297  PENTOXIFYLLINE
 54300  PENTYLENETETRAZOL
 54305  PEPPERMINT
 54310  PEPSIN
 54320  PERPHENAZINE
 54328  PERTUSSIS VACCINE
 54330  PETROLATUM
 54350  PHENACETIN
 54365  PHENAZOPYRIDINE
 54370  PHENDIMETRAZINE
 54375  PHENELZINE
 54378  PHENINDAMINE
 54385  PHENIRAMINE
 54390  PHENMETRAZINE
 54395  PHENOBARBITAL
 54400  PHENOL
 54405  PHENOLPHTHALEIN
 54415  PHENOXYBENZAMINE
 54430  PHENTERMINE
 54436  PHENYL DIMETHICONE
 54462  PHENYL PHENOL
 54440  PHENYL SALICYLATE
 54450  PHENYLBUTAZONE
 54455  PHENYLEPHRINE
 54465  PHENYLPROPANOLAMINE
 54468  PHENYLTOLOXAMINE
 54470  PHENYTOIN
 54480  PHOSPHORIC ACID
 54490  PHYSOSTIGMINE
 54495  PHYTONADIONE
 54500  PILOCARPINE
 54504  PIMOZIDE
 54501  PINDOLOL
 54502  PINE OIL
 54503  PINE TAR
 54505  PIPERACETAZINE
 54523  PIPERONYL
 54530  PITUITARY POSTERIOR
 54535  PLACEBO
 54545  PLANTAGO SEED
 54555  PNEUMOCOCCAL
         VACCINE
 54560  PODOPHYLLUM
 54565  POISON IVY EXTRACT
 54575  POLIO VACCINE
 54585  POLLEN ANTIGEN
 54587  POLYCARBOPHIL
         CALCIUM
 54590  POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL
 54592  POLYGALATURONIC
         ACID
 54595  POLYMIXIN B
 54596  POLYOXYETHYLENE
         LAURYL ETHER
 54597  POLYOXYETHYLENE-
         NONYL PHENOL
 54599  POLYOXYL 40
         STEARATE
 54598  POLYSORBATE
 54605  POLYTHIAZIDE
 54610  POLYVINYL ALCOHOL
 54613  POPLAR BUD
 54735  POTASSIUM
         ACIDIFYING AGENTS
 54620  POTASSIUM
         ALKALINIZINING
         AGENTS
 54625  POTASSIUM
         AMINOBENZOATE
 54700  POTASSIUM GUAIACOL
         SULFONATE
 54710  POTASSIUM IODIDE
 54713  POTASSIUM ION
 54714  POTASSIUM LACTATE
 54718  POTASSIUM OLEATE
 54730  POTASSIUM
         PERMANGANATE
 54733  POTASSIUM PHOSPHATE
 54655  POTASSIUM
         REPLACEMENT
         SOLUTIONS
 54737  POTASSIUM
         SALICYLATE
 54738  POTASSIUM STEARATE
 54743  POTASSIUM SULFATE
 54748  POVIDONE
 54749  POVIDONE-IODINE
 54755  PRAMOXINE
 54760  PRAZEPAM
 54765  PRAZOSIN
 54770  PREDNISOLONE
 54775  PREDNISONE
 54795  PRIMIDONE
 54800  PROBENECID
 54805  PROBUCOL
 54810  PROCAINAMIDENAMCS 1985
 54815  PROCAINE
 54825  PROCARBAZINE
 54830  PROCHLORPERAZINE
 54835  PROCYCLIDINE
 54840  PROFLAVINE
 54845  PROGESTERONE
 54850  PROMAZINE
 54860  PROMETHAZINE
 54870  PROPANTHELINE
 54875  PROPARACAINE
 54888  PROPIONIC ACID
 54890  PROPOXYPHENE
 54865  PROPRANOLOL
 54895  PROPYLENE GLYCOL
 54905  PROPYLPARABEN
 54910  PROPYLTHIOURACIL
 54923  PROTEINASE
 54950  PROTRIPTYLINE
 54960  PSEUDOEPHEDRINE
 54965  PSYLLIUM
 54967  PVP/VA COPOLYMER
 54975  PYRANTEL
 54983  PYRETHRINS
 54984  PYRETHROID
 54985  PYRIDOSTIGMINE
 54990  PYRIDOXINE
 54995  PYRILAMINE
 55000  PYRIMETHAMINE
 55005  PYRITHIONE
 54528  PYROXICAM
 55020  PYROXYLIN
 55023  PYRROBUTAMINE

 Generic Names "Q-T"

 55027  QUATERNIUM
 55030  QUINACRINE
 55035  QUINESTROL
 55040  QUINETHAZONE
 55045  QUINIDINE
 55050  QUININE
 55060  RABIES VACCINE
 55061  RACEMETHIONINE
 55063  RACEPHEDRINE
 55064  RANTIDINE
 55065  RASPBERRY SYRUP
 55070  RAUWOLFIA
 55080  RESERPINE
 55085  RESORCINOL
 55105  RIBOFLAVIN
 55108  RICINOLEIC ACID
 55110  RIFAMPIN
 55117  RITODRINE
 55126  ROSEMARY OIL
 55130  RUBELLA VIRUS
         VACCINE
 55148  SALICYL ALCOHOL
 55150  SALICYLAMIDE
 55160  SALICYLIC ACID
 55165  SALSALATE
 55171  SANGUINARIA
 55169  SASSAFRAS
 55180  SCOPOLAMINE
 55185  SECOBARBITAL
 55195  SELENIUM SULFIDE
 55197  SENEGA

 55198  SENEGA FLUID
         EXTRACT
 55200  SENNA
 55213  SHARK LIVER OIL
 55214  SILICON DIOXIDE
 55218  SILICONE
 55225  SILVER NITRATE
 55230  SILVER PROTEIN
 55235  SILVER SULFADIAZINE
 55240  SIMETHICONE
 55253  SKIN RESP FACTOR
         YEAST
 55265  SOAP
 55270  SODIUM ACETATE
 55273  SODIUM ALGINATE
 55274  SODIUM
         AMINOBENZOATE
 55275  SODIUM BENZOATE
 55280  SODIUM BICARBONATE
 55295  SODIUM BORATE
 55305  SODIUM CACODYLATE
 55308  SODIUM CAPRYLATE
 55315  SODIUM CHLORIDE
 55320  SODIUM CITRATE
 55330  SODIUM FLUORIDE
 55331  SODIUM GLUCONATE
 55335  SODIUM GLUTOMATE
 55338  SODIUM
         GLYCEROPHOSPHATE
 55339  SODIUM HYALURONATE
 55347  SODIUM
         HYPOPHOSPHITENAMCS 1985
 55348  SODIUM ION
 55355  SODIUM LACTATE
 55357  SODIUM LAURETH
         SULFATE
 55372  SODIUM PANTOTHENATE
 55383  SODIUM PHENOXIDE
 55385  SODIUM PHOSPHATE
 55390  SODIUM POLYSTYRENE
         SULFONATE
 55393  SODIUM PROPIONATE
 55394  SODIUM
         PYROGLUTAMATE
 55395  SODIUM
         PYROPHOSPHATE
 56330  SODIUM STEARATE
 55400  SODIUM SUCCINATE
 55413  SODIUM SULFONATE
 55407  SODIUM TARTRATE
 55420  SODIUM
         THIOSALICYLATE
 55425  SODIUM THIOSULFATE
 55433  SORBIC ACID
 55435  SORBITOL
 55440  SOYBEAN OIL
 55450  SPECTINOMYCIN
 55460  SPIRONOLACTONE
 55461  SQUALENE
 55463  SQUILL
 55470  STANOZOLOL
 56333  STAPHAGE LYSATE
 55480  STARCH
 55485  STEARIC ACID
 55491  STEARYL CHLORIDE
 55493  STOMACH POWDERED
 55494  STORAX
 56335  STREPTODORNASE
 55500  STREPTOMYCIN
 55503  STREPTOZOCIN
 55505  STRYCHNINE
 55508  STYRAMATE
 55518  SUCRALFATE
 55523  SULFABENZAMIDE
 55525  SULFACETAMIDE
 55540  SULFADIAZINE
 55543  SULFAMERAZINE
 55548  SULFAMETHAZINE
 55550  SULFAMETHIZOLE
 55555  SULFAMETHOXAZOLE
 55565  SULFANILAMIDE
 55567  SULFANILYLBENZAMIDE
 55570  SULFAPYRIDINE
 55575  SULFASALAZINE
 55580  SULFATHIAZOLE
 55585  SULFINPYRAZONE
 55590  SULFISOXAZOLE
 55600  SULFOSALICYLIC ACID
 55613  SULFURATED LIME
 55615  SULINDAC
 55610  SULPHUR
 55623  SURFACTANT
 55630  SUTILAINS
 55635  SYRUP
 55645  TALC
 55647  TALLOW
 55650  TAMOXIFEN
 55666  TARTRAZINE
 55667  TAUROCHOLATE
 55669  TEA LAURYL SULFATE
 55668  TEMAZEPAM
 55670  TERBUTALINE
 55675  TERPIN HYDRATE
 55695  TESTOSTERONE
 55700  TETANUS ANTITOXIN
 55705  TETANUS IMMUNE
         GLOBULIN
 55710  TETANUS TOXOID
 55715  TETRACAINE
 55725  TETRACYCLINE
 55730  TETRAHYDROZOLINE
 55733  THENYLDIAMINE
 55735  THEOBROMINE
 55745  THEOPHYLLINE
 55755  THIAMINE
 55765  THIETHYLPERAZINE
 55770  THIMEROSAL
 55783  THIOPROPAZATE
 55785  THIORIDAZINE
 55790  THIOTEPA
 55795  THIOTHIXENE
 55801  THONZONIUM BROMIDE
 55803  THONZYLAMINE
 55815  THYMOL
 55820  THYROGLOBULIN
 55825  THYROID
 55835  TICARCILLIN
 55845  TIMOLOLNAMCS 1985
 55848  TITANIUM
 55850  TOBRAMYCIN
 55870  TOLAZAMIDE
 55880  TOLBUTAMIDE
 55885  TOLMETIN
 55890  TOLNAFTATE
 55893  TOLU BALSAM
 55895  TRAGACANTH
 55900  TRANYLCYPROMINE
 55903  TRAZODONE
 55905  TRETINOIN
 55915  TRIAMCINOLONE
 55925  TRIAMTERENE
 55928  TRIAZOLAM
 55930  TRICHLORMETHIAZIDE
 55935  TRICHLOROACETIC
         ACID
 55943  TRICHLOROFLURO-
         METHANE
 55950  TRIDIHEXETHYL
         CHLORIDE
 55955  TRIETHANOLAMINE
 55952  TRIETHYLENE GLYCOL
 55960  TRIFLUOPERAZINE
 55967  TRIFLURIDINE
 55975  TRIHEXYPHENIDYL
 55985  TRIMEPRAZINE
 55990  TRIMETHADIONE
 56000  TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE
 55997  TRIMETHOPRIM
 56005  TRIMIPRAMINE
 56010  TRIOXSALEN
 56015  TRIPELENNAMINE
 56028  TRITICUM
 56030  TROLAMINE
 56045  TROPICAMIDE
 56020  TROPROLIDINE
 56048  TRYPSIN
 56050  TRYPTOPHAN
 56065  TUBERCULIN
 56090  TYLOXAPOL
 56095  TYPHOID VACCINE
 56108  TYROTHRICIN

 Generic Names "U-Z"

 50000  UNDETERMINED
 56120  UREA
 56130  UROKINASE
 56134  UVA URSI
 56135  VALERIAN
 56145  VALPROIC ACID
 56150  VANCOMYCIN
 56162  VECURONIUM BROMIDE
 56161  VEGETABLE OIL
 56163  VERAPAMIL
 56165  VERATRUM VIRIDE
 56170  VIDARABINE
 56175  VINBLASTINE
 56180  VINCRISTINE
 56185  VITAMIN A
 56340  VITAMIN B
 56345  VITAMIN B COMPLEX
 56192  VITAMIN B-12
 56193  VITAMIN C
 56194  VITAMIN D
 56195  VITAMIN E
 56198  VITAMIN K
 56205  WARFARIN
 56208  WATER REPELLENT
 56210  WATER STERILE
 56213  WAX
 56220  WHITE LOTION
 56225  WHITE PINE
         SYRUP
 56230  WILD CHERRY SYRUP
 56235  WINE
 56238  WOOL ALCOHOLS
 50140  XERAC AC
 56240  XYLOMETAZOLINE
 56250  YEAST
 56260  YOHIMBENE
 56262  ZEA
 56271  ZINC (PROTEIN
         COMPLEX)
 56263  ZINC BROMIDE
 56268  ZINC CARBONATE
 56285  ZINC SULFATE
 56265  ZINC TOPICAL AGENTS
 56288  ZIRCONIUM
 56275  ZOMEPIRAC


Drug Classes

           Adapted from Standard Drug Classifications

        Used in National Drug Code (NDC) Directory, 1982


                      NDC CODE               DRUG CLASS

                         01 Anesthetic drugs

                         02 Antidotes, antitoxins and antivenins

                         03 Antimicrobial agents

                         04 Hematologic agents

                         05 Cardiovascular--renal drugs

                         06 Psychopharmacologic drugs

                         08 Gastrointestinal agents

                         09 Metabolic and nutrient agents

                         10 Hormones and agents affecting
                              hormonal mechanisms

                         11 Immunologic agents

                         12 Dermatologic agents

                         13 Neurologic drugs

                         14 Antineoplastic drugs

                         15 Ophthalmic drugs

                         16 Otologic drugs

                         17 Drugs used for relief of pain

                         18 Antiparasitic drugs

                         19 Respiratory tract drugs

                         20 Unclassified or undetermined

QUESTIONNAIRE

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REFERENCES

    NCHS published statistics from the NAMCS in Series 13 of
 VITAL AND HEALTH STATISTICS, PHS No. 1000, Public Health Service,
 Washington, U.S. Government Printing Office.

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              Ambulatory Medical Care Survey:  Background and
              Methodology, United States, VITAL AND HEALTH 8STATISTICS.
              Series 2-No. 61 DHEW Pub. (HRA) 74-1335.  Health
              Resources Administration.  Washington.  U.S. Government
              Printing Office.  March 1974.

           2  National Center for Health Statistics:  1985 Summary:
              National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, United States.
              Advance Data from Vital and Health Statistics, No. 128.
              DHHS Publication No. (PHS) 87-1250.  Public Health
              Service.  Hyattsville, Maryland.

           3  Induction Interview Form.  National Ambulatory Medical
              Care Survey.  National Opinion Research Center.
              University of Chicago.  OMB No. 068-572106.

           4  National Center for Health Statistics:  A Reason for
              Visit Classification for Ambulatory Care, United States.
              VITAL AND HEALTH 8STATISTICS.  Series 2-No. 78.  DHEW
              Pub. No. (PHS) 79-1352.  Public Health Service.
              Hyattsville, Maryland.  U.S. Government Printing Office.
              February 1979.

           5  National Center for Health Statistics:  International
              Classification of Diseases, 9th Revision, Clinical
              Modification (ICD-9-CM).  DHHS Pub. No. (PHS) 80-1260.
              Public Health Service.  Washington.  U.S. Government
              Printing Office, September, 1980.

           6  National Center for Health Statistics:  H. Koch:
              Highlights of Drug Utilization in Office Practice,
              National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, 1985.  Advance
              Data from Vital and Health Statistics, No. 134.  DHHS
              Pub. No. (PHS) 87-1250.  Public Health Service,
              Hyattsville, Maryland.  May 19, 1987.

 1Information concerning other reports written on 1985 data may be
 obtained from the Ambulatory Care Statistics Branch.




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