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ATC code S02

ATC codes
Sensory organs
S01 Ophthalmologicals
S02 Otologicals
S03 Ophthalmological and otological preparations

ATC code S02 Otologicals is a therapeutic subgroup of the

S02BA01

S02BA Corticosteroids

S02B Corticosteroids

S02AA01 Chloramphenicol
S02AA02 Nitrofural
S02AA03 Boric acid
S02AA04 Aluminium acetotartrate
S02AA05 Clioquinol
S02AA06 Hydrogen peroxide
S02AA07 Neomycin
S02AA08 Tetracycline
S02AA09 Chlorhexidine
S02AA10 Acetic acid
S02AA11 Polymyxin B
S02AA12 Rifamycin
S02AA13 Miconazole
S02AA14 Gentamicin
S02AA15 Ciprofloxacin
S02AA16 Ofloxacin
S02AA30 Antiinfectives, combinations
QS02AA57 Neomycin, combinations

S02AA Anti-infectives

S02A Anti-infectives

Contents

  • S02A Anti-infectives 1
    • S02AA Anti-infectives 1.1
  • S02B Corticosteroid 2
    • S02BA Corticosteroids 2.1

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

ATCvet codes without corresponding human ATC codes are cited with the leading Q in the following list. [2]...QS02) can be created by placing the letter Q in front of the human ATC code: ATCvet codes use (veterinaryCodes for

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