Search by Drug Name, NDC or GPI-14

    Search: Fremanezumab

    # NDC GPI-14 Generic Drug Name Drug Name
    1 51759020210 6770203020D520 Fremanezumab-vfrm Subcutaneous Soln Auto-inj 225 MG/1.5ML Ajovy
    2 51759020211 6770203020D520 Fremanezumab-vfrm Subcutaneous Soln Auto-inj 225 MG/1.5ML Ajovy
    3 51759020222 6770203020D520 Fremanezumab-vfrm Subcutaneous Soln Auto-inj 225 MG/1.5ML Ajovy
    4 51759020410 6770203020E520 Fremanezumab-vfrm Subcutaneous Soln Pref Syr 225 MG/1.5ML Ajovy
    5 51759020411 6770203020E520 Fremanezumab-vfrm Subcutaneous Soln Pref Syr 225 MG/1.5ML Ajovy

    GPI Structure

    What Is This Tool?

    This tool allows you to look up the GPI (Generic Product Identifier) of any commercial drug by utilizing the NDC (National Drug Code) or drug name. You can also lookup or convert between:

    • NDC to GPI (i.e. NDC to GPI crosswalk)
    • GPI to Drug Name/Strength/Dosage Form (i.e. GPI to Drug crosswalk)
    • Drug Name/Strength/Dosage form to GPI (i.e. Drug to GPI crosswalk)
    • GPI to NDC (i.e. GPI to NDC crosswalk)

    *Please note that the GPI to NDC crosswalk will yield multiple results*

    You can also use this tool to simply look up drugs by NDC and GPI.

    Example Searches

    • NDC to GPI/Drug: Type in the NDC '31722021490' to bring up results for the associated GPI and drug (sertraline 100mg tablets) 
    • GPI to NDCs/Drug: Type in the GPI '39300030000320' to bring up results for the associated NDCs and drug (ezetimibe 10mg tablets)
    • Drug to NDCs/GPI: Type in the drug 'pravastatin 10mg' to bring up results for the associated NDCs and GPI
    • NDC Drug Lookup: Type in the NDC to display the associated GPI and drug name
    • GPI Drug Lookup: Type in the GPI to display the associated drug names (and list of NDCs)

    An additional search you can run is partial GPIs.

    For example, if you are looking for all the drugs classified under the six-digit GPI 'drug subclass' for SGLT2 Inhibitors, you can type in those six digits to return all results:

    What Is GPI?

    The Medi-Span Generic Product Identifier (GPI) is a proprietary classification system utilizing 14 characters to sort and classify drugs based on:

    • Drug Group
    • Drug Class
    • Drug Subclass
    • Drug Base Name
    • Drug Name
    • Drug Dose Form
    • GPI Name (includes strength)


    What Is NDC?

    NDC stands for National Drug and is a unique product identifier used in the United States. It consists of 3 groupings of numbers that identify:

    • Manufacturer
    • Product (i.e. drug, strength, and dosage form)
    • Package (i.e. package size quantity)


    GPI Vs. NDC

    There are several differences between these two classification systems. The first is how these numbers are assigned.

    • NDCs (National Drug Codes) are assigned by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration)
    • GPIs (Generic Product Identifiers) are assigned as part of the Medi-Span classification system. Medi-Span is owned by Wolters Kluwer

    In terms of how these classification systems work, the primary difference between them is:

    • NDC numbers identify specific drug products (e.g. fluoxetine 20mg capsules manufactured by Teva in a bottle of 100 capsules)
    • GPI numbers classify drugs, not products, and therefore, groups multiple products together (e.g. all fluoxetine 20mg capsule products will have the same GPI number).

    Let's continue with using fluoxetine 20mg capsules as an example.

    Fluoxetine 20mg capsules are manufactured by a multitude of manufacturers (e.g. Teva, Amneal, Aurobindo, etc...), in a variety of package sizes.

    Since NDC numbers identify specific products, there are several different NDCs assigned to fluoxetine 20mg capsules.

    However, there is only one GPI number assigned to the different fluoxetine 20mg capsule NDCs.

    Below is an example search, using our tool, of fluoxetine 20mg capsules. You'll see there are several NDC numbers, but only one GPI.

    Fluoxetine 20mg GPI Search Example

    It is also important to note that GPI numbers classify drugs based on the generic drug ingredient. So, brand-name drugs will have the same GPI number as their generic counterpart (e.g. the GPI for Prozac 20mg capsules is also 58160040000120).

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    GPI Categorization Key

    GPI Therapeutic Class Drug Class
    01* Antibiotics Penicillins
    02* Antibiotics Cephalosporins
    03* Antibiotics Macrolides
    04* Antibiotics Tetracyclines
    05* Antibiotics Fluoroquinolones
    07* Antibiotics Aminoglycosides
    08* Antibiotics Sulfonamides
    09* Antibiotics Antituberculosis Agents
    11* Misc. Anti-Infectives Antifungal Agents
    12-10* Anti-Virals HIV
    12-20* Anti-Virals CMV
    12-35* Anti-Virals Hepatitis
    12-40* Anti-Virals Herpes
    12-50* Anti-Virals Influenza
    13* Misc. Anti-Infectives Anti-Malarials
    14* Misc. Anti-Infectives Bacterial Vaginosis
    15* Misc. Anti-Infectives Antihelmintics
    16* (except 16-99*) Misc. Anti-Infectives Antiprotazoals
    16-99* Antibiotics Sulfonamides
    17* Vaccines Vaccines
    21* Antineoplastics Antineoplastics
    22* Endocrine Corticosteroids
    23* Endocrine Androgens
    24* Endocrine Estrogens
    25* Endocrine Hormonal Contraceptives
    26* Endocrine Progestins
    27-10* Diabetes Insulins
    27-17* Diabetes GLP-1's
    27-20* Diabetes Sulfonylureas
    27-25* Diabetes Biguanides
    27-28* Diabetes Meglitinides
    27-30* Diabetes Glucagon
    27-50* Diabetes Alpha-Glucosidase Inhibitors
    27-55* Diabetes DPP4 Inhibitors
    27-57* Diabetes Misc. Diabetes Agents
    27-60* Diabetes TZD's
    27-70* Diabetes SGLT2 Inhibitors
    27-99* Diabetes Diabetes Combination Products
    28* Endocrine Thyroid Hormones
    29* Endocrine Uterine Agents
    30-04* Endocrine Osteoporosis Agents
    30-05* Endocrine Selective Estrogen Receptor Modifiers
    30-06* Endocrine Infertility Agents
    30-10* Endocrine Human Growth Hormone
    30-15* Endocrine Lipodystrophy Agents
    30-16* Endocrine Insulin-Like Growth Factor
    30-17* Endocrine Somatostatin Analogs
    30-18* Endocrine Misc. Endocrine Agents
    30-20* Endocrine Vasopressin Agents
    30-40* Endocrine Misc. Endocrine Agents
    30-45* Endocrine Vasopressin Receptor Agonists
    30-90* Endocrine Misc. Endocrine Agents
    31* Cardiovascular Digoxin
    32* Cardiovascular Anti-Anginal Agents
    33* Cardiovascular Beta-Blockers
    34* Cardiovascular Calcium Channel Blockers
    35* Cardiovascular Anti-Arrythmics
    36-10* Cardiovascular ACE Inhibitors
    36-15* Cardiovascular Angiotensin Receptor Blockers
    36-17* Cardiovascular Direct Renin Inhibitors
    36-20* Cardiovascular Misc. Anti-Andronergics
    36-25* Cardiovascular Misc. Anti-Andronergics
    36-30* Cardiovascular Misc. Anti-Andronergics
    36-40* Cardiovascular Misc. Anti-Andronergics
    36-60* Cardiovascular Misc. Anti-Andronergics
    36-99* Cardiovascular Anti-Adronergic Combinations
    37* Cardiovascular Diuretics
    38* Cardiovascular Vasopressors
    39-10* Hyperlipidemic Agents Bile Acid Sequesterants
    39-20* Hyperlipidemic Agents Fibric Acid Derivatives
    39-40* Hyperlipidemic Agents HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitors
    39-45* Hyperlipidemic Agents Misc. Hyperlipidemic Agents
    39-48* Hyperlipidemic Agents Misc. Hyperlipidemic Agents
    39-50* Hyperlipidemic Agents Omega-3 Fatty Acids
    39-99* Hyperlipidemic Agents Hyperlipidemic Combinations
    40-10* Vasodilators Misc. Vasodilators
    40-12* Vasodilators Pulmonary Hypertension Agents
    40-13* Vasodilators Pulmonary Hypertension Agents
    40-14* Vasodilators Pulmonary Hypertension Agents
    45-16* Vasodilators Pulmonary Hypertension Agents
    45-17* Vasodilators Pulmonary Hypertension Agents
    45-20* Vasodilators Misc. Vasodilators
    40-30* Vasodilators Erectile Dysfunction Agents
    40-55* Vasodilators Misc. Vasodilators
    40-70* Vasodilators Misc. Vasodilators
    40-99* Cardiovascular Anti-Adronergic Combinations
    41* Respiratory Anti-histamines
    42* Respiratory Nasal Agents
    43* Respiratory Misc. Respiratory Agents
    44-10* Respiratory Inhaled Anticholinergics
    44-15* Respiratory Misc. Respiratory Agents
    44-20* Respiratory Beta-Agonists
    44-30* Respiratory Misc. Respiratory Agents
    44-40* Respiratory Inhaled Corticosteroids
    44-50* Respiratory Leukotriene Inhibitors
    44-99* Respiratory Misc. Respiratory Agents
    45* Respiratory Cystic Fibrosis
    46* Gastrointestinal Laxatives
    47-10* Gastrointestinal Anti-Diarrheals
    47-25* Gastrointestinal Anti-Diarrheals
    47-25* Gastrointestinal Probiotics
    47-99* Gastrointestinal Probiotics
    48* Gastrointestinal Misc. Gastrointestinal Agents
    49-10* Gastrointestinal GI Anticholinergics
    49-20* Gastrointestinal H2 Receptor Blockers
    49-25* Gastrointestinal Misc. Gastrointestinal Agents
    49-27* Gastrointestinal Proton Pump Inhibitors
    49-99* Gastrointestinal Misc. Gastrointestinal Agents
    50* Gastrointestinal Anti-Nausea Agents
    51* Gastrointestinal Pacreatic Enzymes
    52* Gastrointestinal Misc. Gastrointestinal Agents
    53* Genitourinary Agents Cysitis Agents
    54* Genitourinary Agents Incontinence Agents
    55* Genitourinary Agents Vaginal Agents
    56* (except 55-85* Genitourinary Agents Misc. Genitourinary Agents
    56-85* Genitourinary Agents Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy Agents
    57-10* Central Nervous System Benzodiazepine Agents
    57-20* Central Nervous System Misc. Anti-Anxiety Agents
    58*03 Central Nervous System Misc. Antidepressants
    58-10* Central Nervous System Misc. Antidepressants
    58-12* Central Nervous System Misc. Antidepressants
    58-16* Central Nervous System Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors
    58-18* Central Nervous System Serotonin-Norephinephrine Reuptake Inhibitors
    58-28* Central Nervous System Tricyclic Antidepressants
    58-30* Central Nervous System Bupropion Antidepressants
    59* Central Nervous System Antipsychotics
    60* Central Nervous System Sedatives
    61* Central Nervous System Stimulants
    62-00* Central Nervous System Antipsychotics
    62-05* Central Nervous System Dementia Agents
    62-10* Central Nervous System Smoking Cessation
    62-17* Central Nervous System Misc. CNS Agents
    62-2* Central Nervous System Misc. CNS Agents
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    77* Nutritional Agents Vitamins/Minerals
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    79* Nutritional Agents Vitamins/Minerals
    82* Hematology Agents Misc. Hematology Drugs
    83* Hematology Agents Anti-coagulants
    84* Hematology Agents Misc. Hematology Drugs
    85-10* Hematology Agents Misc. Hematology Drugs
    85-15* Hematology Agents Anti-platelet Agents
    85-20* Hematology Agents Misc. Hematology Drugs
    85-7* Hematology Agents Misc. Hematology Drugs
    85-8* Hematology Agents Misc. Hematology Drugs
    86* Opthalmic Agents Opthalmic Agents

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