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ATC codes
A Alimentary tract and metabolism
A01 Stomatological preparations
A02 Drugs for acid related disorders
A03 Drugs for functional gastrointestinal disorders
A04 Antiemetics and antinauseants
A05 Bile and liver therapy
A06 Laxatives
A07 Antidiarrheals, intestinal anti-inflammatory/anti-infective agents
A08 Antiobesity preparations, excluding diet products
A09 Digestives, including enzymes
A10 Drugs used in diabetes
A11 Vitamins
A12 Mineral supplements
A13 Tonics
A14 Anabolic agents for systemic use
A15 Appetite stimulants
A16 Other alimentary tract and metabolism products

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ATC code A07 Antidiarrheals, intestinal anti-inflammatory/anti-infective agents is a therapeutic subgroup of the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System, a system of alphanumeric codes developed by the WHO for the classification of drugs and other medical products. Subgroup A07 is part of the anatomical group A Alimentary tract and metabolism.[1]

Codes for veterinary use (ATCvet codes) can be created by placing the letter Q in front of the human ATC code: QA07...[2]

Contents

A07A Intestinal anti-infectives

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A07AA Antibiotics

A07AA01 Neomycin
A07AA02 Nystatin
A07AA03 Natamycin
A07AA04 Streptomycin
A07AA05 Polymyxin B
A07AA06 Paromomycin
A07AA07 Amphotericin B
A07AA08 Kanamycin
A07AA09 Vancomycin
A07AA10 Colistin
A07AA11 Rifaximin
A07AA51 Neomycin, combinations
A07AA54 Streptomycin, combinations
QA07AA90 Dihydrostreptomycin
QA07AA91 Gentamicin
QA07AA92 Apramycin
QA07AA93 Bacitracin
QA07AA99 Antibiotics, combinations

A07AB Sulfonamides

A07AB02 Phthalylsulfathiazole
A07AB03 Sulfaguanidine
A07AB04 Succinylsulfathiazole
QA07AB20 Sulfonamides, combinations
QA07AB90 Formosulfathiazole
QA07AB92 Phthalylsulfathiazole, combinations
QA07AB99 Combinations

A07AC Imidazole derivatives

A07AC01 Miconazole

A07AX Other intestinal anti-infectives

A07AX01 Broxyquinoline
A07AX02 Acetarsol
A07AX03 Nifuroxazide
A07AX04 Nifurzide
QA07AX90 Poly (2-propenal, 2-propenoic acid)

A07B Intestinal adsorbents

A07BA Charcoal preparations

A07BA01 Medicinal charcoal
A07BA51 Medicinal charcoal, combinations

A07BB Bismuth preparations

A07BC Other intestinal adsorbents

A07BC01 Pectin
A07BC02 Kaolin
A07BC03 Crospovidone
A07BC04 Attapulgite
A07BC05 Diosmectite
A07BC30 Combinations
A07BC54 Attapulgite, combinations

A07C Electrolytes with carbohydrates

A07CA Oral rehydration salt formulations

Subgroup A07CA is only included in the human ATC classification.

QA07CQ Oral rehydration formulations for veterinary use

QA07CQ01 Oral electrolytes
QA07CQ02 Oral electrolytes and carbohydrates

A07D Antipropulsives

A07DA Antipropulsives

A07DA01 Diphenoxylate
A07DA02 Opium
A07DA03 Loperamide
A07DA04 Difenoxin
A07DA05 Loperamide oxide
A07DA52 Morphine, combinations
A07DA53 Loperamide, combinations

A07E Intestinal anti-inflammatory agents

A07EA Corticosteroids acting locally

A07EA01 Prednisolone
A07EA02 Hydrocortisone
A07EA03 Prednisone
A07EA04 Betamethasone
A07EA05 Tixocortol
A07EA06 Budesonide
A07EA07 Beclometasone

A07EB Antiallergic agents, excluding corticosteroids

A07EB01 Cromoglicic acid

A07EC Aminosalicylic acid and similar agents

A07EC01 Sulfasalazine
A07EC02 Mesalazine
A07EC03 Olsalazine
A07EC04 Balsalazide

A07F Antidiarrheal micro-organisms

A07FA Antidiarrheal micro-organisms

A07FA01 Lactic acid producing organisms
A07FA02 Saccharomyces boulardii
A07FA51 Lactic acid producing organisms, combinations
QA07FA90 Probiotics

A07X Other antidiarrheals

A07XA Other antidiarrheals

A07XA01 Albumin tannate
A07XA02 Ceratonia
A07XA03 Calcium compounds
A07XA04 Racecadotril
A07XA51 Albumin tannate, combinations
QA07XA90 Aluminium salicylates, basic
QA07XA91 Zinc oxide
QA07XA99 Other antidiarrheals, combinations

References

  1. ^ "ATC Index". WHO Collaborating Centre for Drug Statistics Methodology. http://www.whocc.no/atc_ddd_index/.  
  2. ^ "ATCvet Index". WHO Collaborating Centre for Drug Statistics Methodology. http://www.whocc.no/atcvet/atcvet_index/.  

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