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ATC code B01

ATC codes
B Blood and blood forming organs
B01 Antithrombotic agents
B02 Antihemorrhagics
B03 Antianemic preparations
B05 Blood substitutes and perfusion solutions
B06 Other hematological agents

ATC code B01 Antithrombotic agents is a therapeutic subgroup of the

B01AB01 Heparin
B01AB02 Antithrombin III
B01AB04 Dalteparin
B01AB05 Enoxaparin
B01AB06 [[Nadroparin

B01AB Heparin group

B01AA01 Dicoumarol
B01AA02 Phenindione
B01AA03 Warfarin
B01AA04 Phenprocoumon
B01AA07 Acenocoumarol
B01AA08 Ethyl biscoumacetate
B01AA09 Clorindione
B01AA10 Diphenadione
B01AA11 Tioclomarol
B01AA12 Fluindione

B01AA Vitamin K antagonists

B01A Antithrombotic agents

National issues of the ATC classification may include additional codes not present in this list, which follows the WHO version.

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