Salbutamol Inhaler Quifa Farmacia: National Drug Code?

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Louise Says:


At the suggestion of a hotel doctor I bought Salbutamol inhaler in MX to replace my empty asthma inhaler due to a chest infection. Tried to submit a claim for the cost via my US insurance as they say they reimburse worldwide RX expenses. But now they want the 11 digit 'national drug code' or no payout. I checked the FDA NDC database but: 1. it states all NDC's are 10 digit and: 2. obviously this is not a US product and therefore not in there. How can I find what I need to get my costs back? It is Salbutamol 100 mcg aerosol inhaler made by QUIFA Farmacia. Don't have the box but it is a white inhaler unit with a dark navy blue mouthpiece cap.



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Verwon Says:

Yes, I don't understand that, since all NDC codes are 10 digits and I don't know how to find it for a foreign product. Currently, I can't even find one for a U.S. product in that dosage.

Have you tried asking at a pharmacy?


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