RxNorm Concept ID 1658100

hepatitis A virus strain CR 326F antigen, inactivated adult (HepA) 50 UNT in 1 mL Injection

Semantic Concepts

RxNorm semantic concepts for the RxCUI 1658100 unique identifier include: hepatitis A virus strain CR 326F antigen, inactivated adult (HepA) 50 UNT in 1 mL Injection (11821612) and 1 ML hepatitis A virus strain CR 326F antigen, inactivated 50 UNT/ML Injection (11821628).

RxNorm Atom ID: 11821612 - Prescribable Name

hepatitis A virus strain CR 326F antigen, inactivated adult (HepA) 50 UNT in 1 mL Injection

Field NameField ValueField Description
RXCUI1658100RxNorm Unique Identifier for a concept (Concept ID)
LATENGLanguage of the Term
RXAUI11821612Unique identifier for the atom (RxNorm Atom ID)
Concept Descriptionhepatitis A virus strain CR 326F antigen, inactivated adult (HepA) 50 UNT in 1 mL InjectionDescription of concept identifier
Term Type (TTY)PSNTerm type in source with name and description
Term Type NamePrescribable NameName of term type in source
Term Type DescriptionSynonym of another TTY, given for clarity and for display purposes in electronic prescribing applications. Only one PSN per concept.Description of term type in source
CODE1658100"Most useful" source asserted identifier. If the source vocabulary has more than one identifier, or a RxNorm-generated source entry identifier. (if the source vocabulary has none.)
Is Prescribable?YESThis drug is part of the RxNorm Current Prescribable Content, a subset of RxNorm that includes all drugs available for prescription in the United States. The Current Prescribable subset also includes over-the-counter drugs.
Suppress FlagNSuppressible flag. Values = N, O, Y, or E. N - not suppressible. O - Specific individual names (atoms) set as Obsolete because the name is no longer provided by the original source. Y - Suppressed by RxNorm editor. E - unquantified, non-prescribable drug with related quantified, prescribable drugs. NLM strongly recommends that users not alter editor-assigned suppressibility.
CVF4096Content view flag. RxNorm includes one value, '4096', to denote inclusion in the Current Prescribable Content subset. All rows with CVF='4096' can be found in the subset.
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RxNorm Atom ID: 11821628 - Semantic Clinical Drug

1 ML hepatitis A virus strain CR 326F antigen, inactivated 50 UNT/ML Injection

Field NameField ValueField Description
RXCUI1658100RxNorm Unique Identifier for a concept (Concept ID)
LATENGLanguage of the Term
RXAUI11821628Unique identifier for the atom (RxNorm Atom ID)
Concept Description1 ML hepatitis A virus strain CR 326F antigen, inactivated 50 UNT/ML InjectionDescription of concept identifier
Term Type (TTY)SCDTerm type in source with name and description
Term Type NameSemantic Clinical DrugName of term type in source
Term Type DescriptionIngredient + Strength + Dose FormDescription of term type in source
CODE1658100"Most useful" source asserted identifier. If the source vocabulary has more than one identifier, or a RxNorm-generated source entry identifier. (if the source vocabulary has none.)
Is Prescribable?YESThis drug is part of the RxNorm Current Prescribable Content, a subset of RxNorm that includes all drugs available for prescription in the United States. The Current Prescribable subset also includes over-the-counter drugs.
Suppress FlagNSuppressible flag. Values = N, O, Y, or E. N - not suppressible. O - Specific individual names (atoms) set as Obsolete because the name is no longer provided by the original source. Y - Suppressed by RxNorm editor. E - unquantified, non-prescribable drug with related quantified, prescribable drugs. NLM strongly recommends that users not alter editor-assigned suppressibility.
CVF4096Content view flag. RxNorm includes one value, '4096', to denote inclusion in the Current Prescribable Content subset. All rows with CVF='4096' can be found in the subset.
SourceRXNORMConcept source abbreviation
Source NameRxNorm VocabularyThe official name for a source
Source Version20AA_230103FThe source version
Source DateJanuary 03, 2023RxNorm data last updated
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RxNorm Atom 11821628 Attributes

PropertyValueExplanation
RXN AI{2275271} 2274413RXCUI of BOSS Active Ingredient preceded by RXCUI of SCDC responsible for value
RXN AM{2275271} 2274413RXCUI of BOSS Active Moiety preceded by RXCUI of SCDC responsible for value
RXN AVAILABLE STRENGTH50 UNT/MLAvailable drug strengths listed in the order of ingredients from the drug
RXN BOSS FROM{2275271} AISource of BOSS as either from the active ingredient (AI) or the active moiety (AM) preceded by RXCUI of SCDC responsible for value
RXN HUMAN DRUGUSDrug available for use in Humans
RXN QUANTITY1 MLNormal Form quantity factor

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