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ATC code V10

ATC codes
V Various
V01 Allergens
V03 All other therapeutic products
V04 Diagnostic agents
V06 General nutrients
V07 All other non-therapeutic products
V08 Contrast media
V09 Diagnostic radiopharmaceuticals
V10 Therapeutic radiopharmaceuticals
V20 Surgical dressings

ATC code V10 Therapeutic radiopharmaceuticals is a therapeutic subgroup of the WHO for the classification of drugs and other medical products. Subgroup V10 is part of the anatomical group V Various.[1]

Codes for veterinary use (ATCvet codes) can be created by placing the letter Q in front of the human ATC code: QV10...[2]

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

V10A Anti-inflammatory agents

V10AA Yttrium (90Y) compounds

V10AA01 Yttrium (90Y) citrate colloid
V10AA02 Yttrium (90Y) ferrihydroxide colloid
V10AA03 Yttrium (90Y) silicate colloid

V10AX Other anti-inflammatory therapeutic radiopharmaceuticals

V10AX01 Phosphorus (32P) chromicphosphate colloid
V10AX02 Samarium (153Sm) hydroxyapatite colloid
V10AX03 Dysprosium (165Dy) colloid
V10AX04 Erbium
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