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ATC code S01

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

ATC code S01 Ophthalmologicals is a therapeutic subgroup of the

S01AA01 Chloramphenicol
S01AA02 Chlortetracycline
S01AA03 Neomycin
S01AA04 Oxytetracycline
S01AA05 Tyrothricin
S01AA07 Framycetin
S01AA09 Tetracycline
S01AA10 Natamycin
S01AA11 Gentamicin
S01AA12 Tobramycin
S01AA13 Fusidic acid
S01AA14 Benzylpenicillin
S01AA15 Dihydrostreptomycin
S01AA16 Rifamycin
S01AA17 Erythromycin
S01AA18 Polymyxin B
S01AA19 Ampicillin
S01AA20 Antibiotics in combination with other drugs
S01AA21 Amikacin
S01AA22 Micronomicin
S01AA23

S01AA Antibiotics

S01A Anti-infectives

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]...QS01) can be created by placing the letter Q in front of the human ATC code: ATCvet codes use (veterinaryCodes for

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