ATC drug classification of Canadian drugs

A ALIMENTARY TRACT AND METABOLISM

A01 STOMATOLOGICAL PREPARATIONS

A01A STOMATOLOGICAL PREPARATIONS

A01AA Caries prophylactic agents
A01AA51 - sodium fluoride, combinations (Wiki, WHO)

A01AB Antiinfectives and antiseptics for local oral treatment
A01AB03 - chlorhexidine (Wiki, WHO)
A01AB22 - doxycycline (Wiki, WHO)
A01AB23 - minocycline (Wiki, WHO)

A01AC Corticosteroids for local oral treatment
A01AC01 - triamcinolone (Wiki, WHO)

A01AD Other agents for local oral treatment
A01AD02 - benzydamine (Wiki, WHO)
A01AD11 - various (Wiki, WHO)

A02 DRUGS FOR ACID RELATED DISORDERS

A02A ANTACIDS

A02AF Antacids with antiflatulents
A02AF02 - ordinary salt combinations and antiflatulents (Wiki, WHO)

A02AX Antacids, other combinations
A02AX - antacids, other combinations (Wiki, WHO)

A02B DRUGS FOR PEPTIC ULCER AND GASTRO-OESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE (GORD)

A02BA H2-receptor antagonists
A02BA01 - cimetidine (Wiki, WHO)
A02BA02 - ranitidine (Wiki, WHO)
A02BA03 - famotidine (Wiki, WHO)
A02BA04 - nizatidine (Wiki, WHO)
A02BA53 - famotidine, combinations (Wiki, WHO)

A02BB Prostaglandins
A02BB01 - misoprostol (Wiki, WHO)

A02BC Proton pump inhibitors
A02BC01 - omeprazole (Wiki, WHO)
A02BC02 - pantoprazole (Wiki, WHO)
A02BC03 - lansoprazole (Wiki, WHO)
A02BC04 - rabeprazole (Wiki, WHO)
A02BC05 - esomeprazole (Wiki, WHO)
A02BC06 - dexlansoprazole (Wiki, WHO)

A02BD Combinations for eradication of Helicobacter pylori
A02BD07 - lansoprazole, amoxicillin and clarithromycin (Wiki, WHO)

A02BX Other drugs for peptic ulcer and gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD)
A02BX02 - sucralfate (Wiki, WHO)

A02X OTHER DRUGS FOR ACID RELATED DISORDERS

A03 DRUGS FOR FUNCTIONAL GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS

A03A DRUGS FOR FUNCTIONAL BOWEL DISORDERS

A03AA Synthetic anticholinergics, esters with tertiary amino group
A03AA05 - trimebutine (Wiki, WHO)
A03AA07 - dicycloverine (Wiki, WHO)

A03AB Synthetic anticholinergics, quaternary ammonium compounds
A03AB02 - glycopyrronium (Wiki, WHO)

A03AD Papaverine and derivatives
A03AD01 - papaverine (Wiki, WHO)

A03AX Other drugs for functional bowel disorders
A03AX04 - pinaverium (Wiki, WHO)
A03AX13 - silicones (Wiki, WHO)

A03B BELLADONNA AND DERIVATIVES, PLAIN

A03BA Belladonna alkaloids, tertiary amines
A03BA01 - atropine (Wiki, WHO)

A03BB Belladonna alkaloids, semisynthetic, quaternary ammonium compounds
A03BB01 - butylscopolamine (Wiki, WHO)

A03C ANTISPASMODICS IN COMBINATION WITH PSYCHOLEPTICS

A03CA Synthetic anticholinergic agents in combination with psycholeptics
A03CA02 - clidinium and psycholeptics (Wiki, WHO)

A03D ANTISPASMODICS IN COMBINATION WITH ANALGESICS

A03E ANTISPASMODICS AND ANTICHOLINERGICS IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER DRUGS

A03F PROPULSIVES

A03FA Propulsives
A03FA01 - metoclopramide (Wiki, WHO)
A03FA03 - domperidone (Wiki, WHO)

A04 ANTIEMETICS AND ANTINAUSEANTS

A04A ANTIEMETICS AND ANTINAUSEANTS

A04AA Serotonin (5HT3) antagonists
A04AA01 - ondansetron (Wiki, WHO)
A04AA02 - granisetron (Wiki, WHO)
A04AA05 - palonosetron (Wiki, WHO)

A04AD Other antiemetics
A04AD - other antiemetics (Wiki, WHO)
A04AD01 - scopolamine (Wiki, WHO)
A04AD11 - nabilone (Wiki, WHO)
A04AD12 - aprepitant (Wiki, WHO)

A05 BILE AND LIVER THERAPY

A05A BILE THERAPY

A05AA Bile acid preparations
A05AA02 - ursodeoxycholic acid (Wiki, WHO)
A05AA04 - obeticholic acid (Wiki, WHO)

A05B LIVER THERAPY, LIPOTROPICS

A05C DRUGS FOR BILE THERAPY AND LIPOTROPICS IN COMBINATION

A06 LAXATIVES

A06A LAXATIVES

A06AA Softeners, emollients
A06AA01 - liquid paraffin (Wiki, WHO)
A06AA02 - docusate sodium (Wiki, WHO)
A06AA51 - liquid paraffin, combinations (Wiki, WHO)

A06AB Contact laxatives
A06AB02 - bisacodyl (Wiki, WHO)
A06AB52 - bisacodyl, combinations (Wiki, WHO)
A06AB56 - senna glycosides, combinations (Wiki, WHO)
A06AB58 - sodium picosulfate, combinations (Wiki, WHO)

A06AD Osmotically acting laxatives
A06AD10 - mineral salts in combination (Wiki, WHO)
A06AD11 - lactulose (Wiki, WHO)
A06AD15 - macrogol (Wiki, WHO)
A06AD65 - macrogol, combinations (Wiki, WHO)

A06AG Enemas
A06AG20 - combinations (Wiki, WHO)

A06AH Peripheral opioid receptor antagonists
A06AH01 - methylnaltrexone bromide (Wiki, WHO)
A06AH03 - naloxegol (Wiki, WHO)

A06AX Other laxatives
A06AX04 - linaclotide (Wiki, WHO)
A06AX05 - prucalopride (Wiki, WHO)

A07 ANTIDIARRHEALS, INTESTINAL ANTIINFLAMMATORY/ANTIINFECTIVE AGENTS

A07A INTESTINAL ANTIINFECTIVES

A07AA Antibiotics
A07AA02 - nystatin (Wiki, WHO)
A07AA06 - paromomycin (Wiki, WHO)
A07AA09 - vancomycin (Wiki, WHO)
A07AA11 - rifaximin (Wiki, WHO)
A07AA12 - fidaxomicin (Wiki, WHO)

A07B INTESTINAL ADSORBENTS

A07BA Charcoal preparations
A07BA01 - medicinal charcoal (Wiki, WHO)
A07BA51 - medicinal charcoal, combinations (Wiki, WHO)

A07BB Bismuth preparations
A07BB - bismuth preparations (Wiki, WHO)

A07C ELECTROLYTES WITH CARBOHYDRATES

A07D ANTIPROPULSIVES

A07DA Antipropulsives
A07DA01 - diphenoxylate (Wiki, WHO)
A07DA03 - loperamide (Wiki, WHO)
A07DA06 - eluxadoline (Wiki, WHO)
A07DA53 - loperamide, combinations (Wiki, WHO)

A07E INTESTINAL ANTIINFLAMMATORY AGENTS

A07EA Corticosteroids acting locally
A07EA02 - hydrocortisone (Wiki, WHO)
A07EA04 - betamethasone (Wiki, WHO)
A07EA06 - budesonide (Wiki, WHO)

A07EB Antiallergic agents, excl. corticosteroids
A07EB01 - cromoglicic acid (Wiki, WHO)

A07EC Aminosalicylic acid and similar agents
A07EC01 - sulfasalazine (Wiki, WHO)
A07EC02 - mesalazine (Wiki, WHO)
A07EC03 - olsalazine (Wiki, WHO)

A07F ANTIDIARRHEAL MICROORGANISMS

A07X OTHER ANTIDIARRHEALS

A08 ANTIOBESITY PREPARATIONS, EXCL. DIET PRODUCTS

A08A ANTIOBESITY PREPARATIONS, EXCL. DIET PRODUCTS

A08AA Centrally acting antiobesity products
A08AA62 - bupropion and naltrexone (Wiki, WHO)

A08AB Peripherally acting antiobesity products
A08AB01 - orlistat (Wiki, WHO)

A09 DIGESTIVES, INCL. ENZYMES

A09A DIGESTIVES, INCL. ENZYMES

A09AA Enzyme preparations
A09AA02 - multienzymes (lipase, protease etc) (Wiki, WHO)

A10 DRUGS USED IN DIABETES

A10A INSULINS AND ANALOGUES

A10AB Insulins and analogues for injection, fast-acting
A10AB01 - insulin (human) (Wiki, WHO)
A10AB03 - insulin (pork) (Wiki, WHO)
A10AB04 - insulin lispro (Wiki, WHO)
A10AB05 - insulin aspart (Wiki, WHO)
A10AB06 - insulin glulisine (Wiki, WHO)

A10AC Insulins and analogues for injection, intermediate-acting
A10AC01 - insulin (human) (Wiki, WHO)
A10AC03 - insulin (pork) (Wiki, WHO)

A10AD Insulins and analogues for injection, intermediate-acting combined with fast-acting
A10AD01 - insulin (human) (Wiki, WHO)
A10AD04 - insulin lispro (Wiki, WHO)
A10AD05 - insulin aspart (Wiki, WHO)

A10AE Insulins and analogues for injection, long-acting
A10AE04 - insulin glargine (Wiki, WHO)
A10AE05 - insulin detemir (Wiki, WHO)
A10AE06 - insulin degludec (Wiki, WHO)
A10AE56 - insulin degludec and liraglutide (Wiki, WHO)

A10B BLOOD GLUCOSE LOWERING DRUGS, EXCL. INSULINS

A10BA Biguanides
A10BA02 - metformin (Wiki, WHO)

A10BB Sulfonamides, urea derivatives
A10BB01 - glibenclamide (Wiki, WHO)
A10BB02 - chlorpropamide (Wiki, WHO)
A10BB03 - tolbutamide (Wiki, WHO)
A10BB09 - gliclazide (Wiki, WHO)
A10BB12 - glimepiride (Wiki, WHO)

A10BD Combinations of oral blood glucose lowering drugs
A10BD - combinations of oral blood glucose lowering drugs (Wiki, WHO)
A10BD07 - metformin and sitagliptin (Wiki, WHO)
A10BD10 - metformin and saxagliptin (Wiki, WHO)
A10BD11 - metformin and linagliptin (Wiki, WHO)
A10BD13 - metformin and alogliptin (Wiki, WHO)
A10BD15 - metformin and dapagliflozin (Wiki, WHO)
A10BD16 - metformin and canagliflozin (Wiki, WHO)
A10BD19 - linagliptin and empagliflozin (Wiki, WHO)
A10BD20 - metformin and empagliflozin (Wiki, WHO)

A10BF Alpha glucosidase inhibitors
A10BF01 - acarbose (Wiki, WHO)

A10BG Thiazolidinediones
A10BG02 - rosiglitazone (Wiki, WHO)
A10BG03 - pioglitazone (Wiki, WHO)

A10BH Dipeptidyl peptidase 4 (DPP-4) inhibitors
A10BH01 - sitagliptin (Wiki, WHO)
A10BH03 - saxagliptin (Wiki, WHO)
A10BH04 - alogliptin (Wiki, WHO)
A10BH05 - linagliptin (Wiki, WHO)

A10BX Other blood glucose lowering drugs, excl. insulins
A10BX02 - repaglinide (Wiki, WHO)

A10X OTHER DRUGS USED IN DIABETES

A11 VITAMINS

A11A MULTIVITAMINS, COMBINATIONS

A11AA Multivitamins with minerals
A11AA03 - multivitamins and other minerals incl combinations (Wiki, WHO)

A11B MULTIVITAMINS, PLAIN

A11BA Multivitamins, plain
A11BA - multivitamins, plain (Wiki, WHO)

A11C VITAMIN A AND D, INCL. COMBINATIONS OF THE TWO

A11CC Vitamin D and analogues
A11CC01 - ergocalciferol (Wiki, WHO)
A11CC03 - alfacalcidol (Wiki, WHO)
A11CC04 - calcitriol (Wiki, WHO)
A11CC05 - colecalciferol (Wiki, WHO)

A11D VITAMIN B1, PLAIN AND IN COMBINATION WITH VITAMIN B6 AND B12

A11DA Vitamin B1, plain
A11DA01 - thiamine (vit b1) (Wiki, WHO)

A11E VITAMIN B-COMPLEX, INCL. COMBINATIONS

A11EA Vitamin B-complex, plain
A11EA - vitamin b-complex, plain (Wiki, WHO)

A11EX Vitamin B-complex, other combinations
A11EX - vitamin b-complex, other combinations (Wiki, WHO)

A11G ASCORBIC ACID (VITAMIN C), INCL. COMBINATIONS

A11GA Ascorbic acid (vitamin C), plain
A11GA01 - ascorbic acid (vit c) (Wiki, WHO)

A11H OTHER PLAIN VITAMIN PREPARATIONS

A11HA Other plain vitamin preparations
A11HA01 - nicotinamide (Wiki, WHO)
A11HA02 - pyridoxine (vit b6) (Wiki, WHO)
A11HA03 - tocopherol (vit e) (Wiki, WHO)
A11HA04 - riboflavin (vit b2) (Wiki, WHO)

A11J OTHER VITAMIN PRODUCTS, COMBINATIONS

A11JA Combinations of vitamins
A11JA - combinations of vitamins (Wiki, WHO)

A11JB Vitamins with minerals
A11JB - vitamins with minerals (Wiki, WHO)

A12 MINERAL SUPPLEMENTS

A12A CALCIUM

A12AA Calcium
A12AA20 - calcium (different salts in combination) (Wiki, WHO)

A12B POTASSIUM

A12BA Potassium
A12BA02 - potassium citrate (Wiki, WHO)

A12C OTHER MINERAL SUPPLEMENTS

A12CB Zinc
A12CB01 - zinc sulphate (Wiki, WHO)

A12CX Other mineral products
A12CX - other mineral products (Wiki, WHO)

A13 TONICS

A13A TONICS

A14 ANABOLIC AGENTS FOR SYSTEMIC USE

A14A ANABOLIC STEROIDS

A14B OTHER ANABOLIC AGENTS

A15 APPETITE STIMULANTS

A16 OTHER ALIMENTARY TRACT AND METABOLISM PRODUCTS

A16A OTHER ALIMENTARY TRACT AND METABOLISM PRODUCTS

A16AA Amino acids and derivatives
A16AA01 - levocarnitine (Wiki, WHO)
A16AA04 - mercaptamine (Wiki, WHO)
A16AA05 - carglumic acid (Wiki, WHO)
A16AA06 - betaine (Wiki, WHO)

A16AB Enzymes
A16AB02 - imiglucerase (Wiki, WHO)
A16AB03 - agalsidase alfa (Wiki, WHO)
A16AB04 - agalsidase beta (Wiki, WHO)
A16AB05 - laronidase (Wiki, WHO)
A16AB07 - alglucosidase alfa (Wiki, WHO)
A16AB08 - galsufase (Wiki, WHO)
A16AB09 - idursulfase (Wiki, WHO)
A16AB10 - velaglucerase alfa (Wiki, WHO)
A16AB11 - taliglucerase alfa (Wiki, WHO)
A16AB12 - elosulfase alfa (Wiki, WHO)
A16AB13 - asfotase alfa (Wiki, WHO)
A16AB14 - sebelipase alfa (Wiki, WHO)

A16AX Various alimentary tract and metabolism products
A16AX02 - anethole trithione (Wiki, WHO)
A16AX03 - sodium phenylbutyrate (Wiki, WHO)
A16AX04 - nitisinone (Wiki, WHO)
A16AX06 - miglustat (Wiki, WHO)
A16AX07 - sapropterin (Wiki, WHO)
A16AX08 - teduglutide (Wiki, WHO)
A16AX09 - glycerol phenylbutyrate (Wiki, WHO)
A16AX10 - eliglustat (Wiki, WHO)
A16AX14 - migalastat (Wiki, WHO)