J7611 vs J7613

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Code J7611 states it's a concentrated form, this must mean they have to add something to it its not ready to go right? Do you know how it's prepared do they add saline? I always remember using J7613, and the dept is now using code J7611. I should probably start by asking the CP lab exactly how they get the Albuterol in their office. Are they getting it ready to go, or having to add something to the concentrate. Obviously, if they reply it's ready to go J7611 is the incorrect code. The NDC they are using does not match either code J7613 or J7611. I am not convinced the Dept is using the correct code.

Albuterol, inhalation solution, FDA-approved final product, noncompounded, administered through DME, concentrated form, 1 mg
 
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