Table XINational Drug Code (NDC) therapeutic class analgesic drug recodes

Narcotic analgesics Nonnarcotic analgesics Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
Alfentanil HydrochlorideAcetaminophenBromfenac Sodium
AlphaprodineAcetylsalicylic AcidCelecoxib
BupernorphineAminobenzoic AcidDiclofenac Potassium
ButorphanolAspirinDiclofenac Sodium
CodeineAuranofinDifunisal
DihydrocodeineAurothioglucoseEtodolac
FentanylButalbitalFenoprofen
Hydrocodone BitartrateCapsaicinFlurbiprofen Sodium
HydromorphoneCarbaspirin CalciumIbuprofen
LevorphanolCholine SalicylateIndomethacin
MeperidineEtanerceptKetoprofen
Meperidine HCIFluprednisoloneKetorolac Tromethamine
MethadoneGold Sodium ThiomalateMeclofenamate
MorphineGold Sodium ThiosulfateMeclofenamic Acid
Morphine SulfateHyaluronic AcidMefenamic Acid
NalbuphineLeflunomideMeloxicam
OpiumMagnesium SalicylateNabumetone
OxycodoneMentholNaproxen
Oxycodone HCIMethotrexateOxaprozin
PentazocineMethylprednisolonePiroxicam
PropoxypheneMethylsulfonylmethaneRofecoxib
RemifentanylOxyphenbutazoneSulindac
Phenyl SalicylateSuprofen
PhenylbutazoneTolmetin
PrednisoloneValdecoxib
Salicylamide
Salsalate
Sodium Hyaluronate
Sodium Salicylate
Sodium Thiosalicylate
Tramadol
Triamcinilone
Zomepirac

NOTE: Drugs originally classified as National Drug Code (NDC) therapeutic category 1720 (general analgesics); 1721 (narcotic analgesics); 1722 (non-narcotic analgesics); 1724 (antiarthritics); 1727 (NSAIDs); 1728 (antipyretics); and 1729 (menstrual products) were recoded into the three mutually exclusive categories shown above. NDC codes for the analgesic categories 1723 (antimigraine) and 1725 (antigout) were not recoded.

From: Appendix II - Definitions and Methods

Cover of Health, United States, 2004
Health, United States, 2004: With Chartbook on Trends in the Health of Americans.
National Center for Health Statistics (US) .
Hyattsville (MD): National Center for Health Statistics (US); 2004 Sep.

NCBI Bookshelf. A service of the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health.