Multiple Manufacturers



Multiple Manufacturers

Aranesp HCPCS:


HCPCS Code Descriptor:

Injection, darbepoetin alfa, 1 microgram (for esrd on dialysis)


J Code

Aranesp NDCs:

55513-0027-01, 55513-0028-01, 55513-0003-04, 55513-0021-04, 55513-0006-01, 55513-0004-04, 55513-0023-04, 55513-0111-01, 55513-0032-01, 55513-0025-04, 55513-0005-04, 55513-0027-04, 55513-0057-01, 55513-0002-01, 55513-0098-04, 55513-0003-01, 55513-0023-01, 55513-0021-01, 55513-0004-01, 55513-0005-01, 55513-0057-04, 55513-0002-04, 55513-0025-01

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Aranesp CPT Codes:

Potential CPT administration codes for Aranesp can be found at the following link.

Potential NDC Listing Errors:

Our team did not identify any potential listing errors/discrepancies for the NDCs mapped to this HCPCS code.

About Aranesp:

ARANESP is a medication manufactured by multiple manufacturers and aligned to the J Code: J0882. ARANESP is administered via the intravenous route of administration.

Aranesp is a medication often prescribed to patients with anemia. Aranesp may help patients with anemia caused by chemotherapy or chronic kidney disease. Aranesp is what is known as an erythropoiesis-stimulating agent, or ESA. It is a man-made form of a protein in the body that can help produce red blood cells. Aranesp may help replace a protein in the body that may be lacking due to certain medical conditions.


J0882 Added Date:

January 1, 2006

J0882 Effective Date:

January 1, 2017

J0882 Termination Date:

HCPCS Active

Aranesp billing and coding information can be found through Amgen at the link below:
Aranesp patient assistance information can be found through Amgen’s Amgen Safety Net Foundation at the URL:
ARANESP prescribing information can be found at the link below. Please reach out to us if you believe this information to be innacurate or out of date.
Our team has not yet identified a source of side effects information for ARANESP. Please check back in a few weeks.