Antiinfectives are also classified in the following groups:
A01AB Antiinfectives and antiseptics for local oral treatment
A02BD Combinations for eradication of Helicobacter pylori
A07A Intestinal antiinfectives
D01 Antifungals for dermatological use
D06 Antibiotics and chemotherapeutics for dermatological use
D07C Corticosteroids, combinations with antibiotics
D09AA Ointment dressings with antiinfectives
D10AF Antiinfectives for treatment of acne
G01 Gynecological antiinfectives and antiseptics
P Antiparasitic products, insecticides and repellents
R05X Other cold preparations
S03 Eye and ear preparations with antiinfectives
Even systemically administered antibacterials and antimycotics may be classified in other groups if their target is exclusively local, e.g. the skin - D01 - Antifungals for dermatological use
Inhaled antiinfectives are classified in J.
The vaccines are divided in bacterial, viral and combinations of bacterial and viral at separate ATC 3rd levels. Subdivision at the 4th level is made mainly according to indication, while subdivision at the 5th level is mainly related to the manufacturing process. Combinations of vaccines within the same 3rd level are given separate 5th levels using the 50-series. 5th levels may contain adjuvans.
See comments under the 4th levels.
J07A BACTERIAL VACCINES
J07AH Meningococcal vaccines
Meningococcal vaccines are classified at separate 5th levels according to the number of serotypes of neisseria meningitis contained in the vaccine. Monovalent vaccines obtained from group A are classified at a separate 5th level, while other monovalent vaccines are classified together.
Products containing oligosaccharides instead of polysaccharides may be included at each 5th level.
|J07AH07||meningococcus C, purified polysaccharides antigen conjugated|
Last updated: 2013-12-19