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ATC code D09

ATC codes
D Dermatologicals
D01 Antifungals for dermatological use
D02 Emollients and protectives
D03 Preparations for treatment of wounds and ulcers
D04 Antipruritics, including antihistamines, anesthetics, etc.
D05 Antipsoriatics
D06 Antibiotics and chemotherapeutics for dermatological use
D07 Corticosteroids, dermatological preparations
D08 Antiseptics and disinfectants
D09 Medicated dressings
D10 Anti-acne preparations
D11 Other dermatological preparations
ATCvet only
QD51 Products for the treatment of claws and hoofs

ATC code D09 Medicated dressings is a therapeutic subgroup of the WHO for the classification of drugs and other medical products. Subgroup D09 is part of the anatomical group D Dermatologicals.[1]

Codes for veterinary use (ATCvet codes) can be created by placing the letter Q in front of the human ATC code: QD09...[2]

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

D09A Medicated dressings

D09AA Medicated dressings with antiinfectives

D09AA01 Framycetin
D09AA02 Fusidic acid
D09AA03 Nitrofural
D09AA04 Phenylmercuric nitrate
D09AA05 Benzododecinium
D09AA06 Triclosan
D09AA07 Cetylpyridinium
D09AA08 Aluminium chlorohydrate
D09AA09 Povidone-iodine
D09AA10 Clioquinol
D09AA11 Benzalkonium
D09AA12 Chlorhexidine
D09AA13 Iodoform

D09AB Zinc bandages

D09AB01 Zinc bandage without supplements
D09AB02 Zinc bandage with supplements

D09AX Soft paraffin dressings

References

  1. ^ "ATC/DDD Index 2014: code D09". WHO Collaborating Centre for Drug Statistics Methodology. 
  2. ^ "ATCvet Index 2014: code QD09". WHO Collaborating Centre for Drug Statistics Methodology. 
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