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ATC code J05

ATC codes
J Antiinfectives for systemic use
J01 Antibacterials for systemic use
J02 Antimycotics for systemic use
J04 Antimycobacterials
J05 Antivirals for systemic use
Human only
J06 Immune sera and immunoglobulins
J07 Vaccines
ATCvet only
QJ51 Antibacterials for intramammary use
QJ54 Antimycobacterials for intramammary use

ATC code J05 Antivirals for systemic use is a therapeutic subgroup of the WHO for the classification of drugs and other medical products. Subgroup J05 is part of the anatomical group J Antiinfectives for systemic use.[1]

Codes for veterinary use (ATCvet codes) can be created by placing the letter Q in front of the human ATC code: QJ05...[2]

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

J05A Direct acting antiviral drugs

J05AA Thiosemicarbazones

J05AA01 Metisazone

J05AB Nucleosides and nucleotides excluding reverse transcriptase inhibitors

J05AB01 Aciclovir
J05AB02 Idoxuridine
J05AB03 Vidarabine
J05AB04 Ribavirin
J05AB06 Ganciclovir
J05AB09 Famciclovir
J05AB11 Valaciclovir
J05AB12 Cidofovir
J05AB13 Penciclovir
J05AB14 Valganciclovir
J05AB15 Brivudine
J05AB54 Ribavirin, combinations

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