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AIS Medication Codes


Following are the codes used for prehospital incident reporting of Medication.

CodeDescription
003Adenosine
005Albuterol Sulfate
010Aminophylline
020Atropine/Atropine sulfate
025Baby Aspirin
030Benadryl/Diphenhydramine
040Bretylol/Bretylium tosylate
050Calcium Chloride
055Charcoal
060Decadron/Hexadrol/Dexamethasone
070Demerol/meperidine
080Dextrose 5% (D5W)
090Dextrose 50%-Glucose (D50W)
100Epinephrine 1:1,000/Adrenalin
110Epinephrine 1:10,000/Adrenalin
120Intropin-Dopamine HCL
115Haloperidol/Haldol
130Ipecac Syrup
140Isuprel HCL - Isoproterenol
150Lactated Ringers
160Lasix - Furosemide
170Luminal - Phenobarbital
174Mark I
176Midazolam/Versed
180Morphine Sulfate
190Narcan - Naloxone HCL
200Nitrostat - Tri Nitroglycerine
205Normal Saline
206Nubain
208Oral Glucose
210Phenergan - Promethazine HCL
220Pitocin - Oxytocin
230Sodium Bicarbonate
235Thiamine
240Valium - Diazepam
250Xylocaine - Lidocaine - IV Drip
260Xylocaine - Lidocaine - Direct IV
270Xylocaine 1% - 1% Lidocaine w/o Epinephrineaine
280Other Medications

Note: Medications 003, 115, 174, 176, and 208 were added to the list on May 5, 2006. Agencies using AIS can update their software to recocgnize the new medications by logging into the AIS Incident System and choosing "Maintain Related Code Files."


Updated May 05, 2006