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ATC code N07

ATC codes
N Nervous system
N01 Anesthetics
N02 Analgesics
N03 Antiepileptics
N04 Anti-parkinson drugs
N05 Psycholeptics
N06 Psychoanaleptics
N07 Other nervous system drugs
ATCvet only
QN51 Products for animal euthanasia

ATC code N07 Other nervous system drugs is a therapeutic subgroup of the WHO for the classification of drugs and other medical products. Subgroup N07 is part of the anatomical group N Nervous system.[1]

Codes for veterinary use (ATCvet codes) can be created by placing the letter Q in front of the human ATC code: QN07...[2]

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

Contents

  • N07A Parasympathomimetic 1
    • N07AA Anticholinesterases 1.1
    • N07AB Choline esters 1.2
    • N07AX Other parasympathomimetics 1.3
  • N07B Drugs used in addictive disorders 2
    • N07BA Drugs used in nicotine dependence 2.1
    • N07BB Drugs used in alcohol dependence 2.2
    • N07BC Drugs used in opioid dependence 2.3
  • N07C Antivertigo preparations 3
    • N07CA Antivertigo preparations 3.1
  • N07X Other nervous system drugs 4
    • N07XA Ganglioside and ganglioside derivatives 4.1
    • N07XX Other nervous system drugs 4.2
  • References 5

N07A Parasympathomimetics

N07AA Anticholinesterases

N07AA01 Neostigmine
N07AA02 Pyridostigmine
N07AA03 Distigmine
N07AA30 Ambenonium
N07AA51 Neostigmine, combinations

N07AB Choline esters

N07AB01 Carbachol
N07AB02 Bethanechol

N07AX Other parasympathomimetics

N07AX01 Pilocarpine
N07AX02 Choline alfoscerate
N07AX03 Cevimeline

N07B Drugs used in addictive disorders

N07BA Drugs used in nicotine dependence

N07BA01 Nicotine
N07BA03 Varenicline

N07BB Drugs used in alcohol dependence

N07BB01 Disulfiram
N07BB02 Calcium carbimide
N07BB03 Acamprosate
N07BB04 Naltrexone
N07BB05 Nalmefene

N07BC Drugs used in opioid dependence

N07BC01 Buprenorphine
N07BC02 Methadone
N07BC03 Levacetylmethadol
N07BC04 Lofexidine
N07BC05 Levomethadone
N07BC06 Diamorphine
N07BC51 Buprenorphine, combinations

N07C Antivertigo preparations

N07CA Antivertigo preparations

N07CA01 Betahistine
N07CA02 Cinnarizine
N07CA03 Flunarizine
N07CA04 Acetylleucine
N07CA52 Cinnarizine, combinations

N07X Other nervous system drugs

N07XA Gangliosides and ganglioside derivatives

N07XX Other nervous system drugs

N07XX01 Tirilazad
N07XX02 Riluzole
N07XX03 Xaliproden
N07XX04 Sodium oxybate
N07XX05 Amifampridine
N07XX06 Tetrabenazine
N07XX07 Fampridine
N07XX08 Tafamidis
N07XX09 Dimethyl fumarate
N07XX10 Laquinimod
N07XX59 Dextromethorphan, combinations

References

  1. ^ "ATC/DDD Index 2014: code N07". WHO Collaborating Centre for Drug Statistics Methodology. 
  2. ^ "ATCvet Index 2014: code QN07". WHO Collaborating Centre for Drug Statistics Methodology. 
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