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2011 Medicare Part D Formulary Search By Drug Letter

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Drug Names Containing the Letter J in Alphabetical Order.
Example: Lipitor® is found on letter page "L" as well as letter page "A" for Atorvastatin.

Drug Name
PackagingNDCOn This Nbr of 2011 Formularies
PDPsMAPDs
IXIARO JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS VACCINE 6MCG/.5ML
(Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine Inactivated Adsorbed)
0.5ML SYR4251500010160
PDPs
178
MAPDs
JALYN CAPSULES
(Dutasteride-Tamsulosin HCl)
90 BOT 0017308095946
PDPs
125
MAPDs
JANTOVEN 1MG TABLET
(Warfarin Sodium)
1000 BOT0083212111065
PDPs
200
MAPDs
JANTOVEN WARFARIN SODIUM 10MG TABLET (500 CT)
(Warfarin Sodium)
500 BOT0083212195065
PDPs
199
MAPDs
JANTOVEN WARFARIN SODIUM TABLET 2MG (1000 CT)
(Warfarin Sodium)
1000 BOT0083212121065
PDPs
199
MAPDs
JANTOVEN 2.5MG TABLET
(Warfarin Sodium)
100 BOT0083212130065
PDPs
198
MAPDs
JANTOVEN 3MG TABLET
(Warfarin Sodium)
1000 BOT0083212141065
PDPs
200
MAPDs
JANTOVEN 4MG TABLET
(Warfarin Sodium)
1000 BOT0083212151065
PDPs
198
MAPDs
JANTOVEN WARFARIN SODIUM 5MG TABLET (100 CT)
(Warfarin Sodium)
100 BOT0083212160065
PDPs
199
MAPDs
JANTOVEN 6MG TABLET
(Warfarin Sodium)
100 BOT0083212170065
PDPs
198
MAPDs
JANTOVEN 7.5MG TABLET
(Warfarin Sodium)
100 BOT0083212180065
PDPs
199
MAPDs
JANUMET 50-1000MG TABLET
(Sitagliptin-Metformin HCl)
180 BOT0000605776268
PDPs
212
MAPDs
JANUMET 50MG-500MG TABLET
(Sitagliptin-Metformin HCl)
180 BOT0000605756268
PDPs
212
MAPDs
JANUVIA TABLET 100MG (30 CT)
(Sitagliptin Phosphate)
30 BOT0000602773168
PDPs
220
MAPDs
JANUVIA 25MG TABLET
(Sitagliptin Phosphate)
30 BOT0000602213168
PDPs
220
MAPDs
JANUVIA 50MG TABLET
(Sitagliptin Phosphate)
90 BOT0000601125468
PDPs
220
MAPDs
JE-VAX VACCINE 50NMG
(Japanese Encephalitis Virus Vaccine For)
1 DOSE 3PER PKG VIAL4928106803068
PDPs
220
MAPDs
JEVTANA KIT
(Cabazitaxel)
1 KIT PKGCOM 0002458241143
PDPs
137
MAPDs
JOLIVETTE 0.35MG TABLET
(Norethindrone)
6 X 28 BLPK5254408922864
PDPs
200
MAPDs
JUNEL 1.5-0.03MG TABLET
(Norethindrone Ace & Ethinyl Estradiol)
3 X 21 BLPK0055590274264
PDPs
201
MAPDs
JUNEL 1-0.02MG TABLET
(Norethindrone Ace & Ethinyl Estradiol)
3 X 21 BLPK0055590254264
PDPs
205
MAPDs
JUNEL FE 1.5-0.03MG TABLET
(Norethindrone Ace & Ethinyl Estradiol-FE)
28 BLPK0055590285864
PDPs
203
MAPDs
JUNEL FE 1-0.02MG TABLET
(Norethindrone Ace & Ethinyl Estradiol-FE)
28 TABLETS BLPK0055590265864
PDPs
204
MAPDs



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