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ATC code J07

ATC codes
J Antiinfectives for systemic use
J01 Antibacterials for systemic use
J02 Antimycotics for systemic use
J04 Antimycobacterials
J05 Antivirals for systemic use
Human only
J06 Immune sera and immunoglobulins
J07 Vaccines
ATCvet only
QJ51 Antibacterials for intramammary use
QJ54 Antimycobacterials for intramammary use

ATC code J07 Vaccines is a therapeutic subgroup of the WHO for the classification of drugs and other medical products. Subgroup J07 is part of the anatomical group J Antiinfectives for systemic use.[1]

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


  • J07A Bacterial vaccines 1
    • J07AC Anthrax vaccines 1.1
    • J07AD Brucellosis vaccine 1.2
    • J07AE Cholera vaccine 1.3
    • J07AF Diphtheria vaccine 1.4
    • J07AG Haemophilus influenzae B vaccines 1.5
    • J07AH Meningococcal vaccine 1.6
    • J07AJ Pertussis vaccine 1.7
    • J07AK Plague vaccine 1.8
    • J07AL Pneumococcal vaccine 1.9
    • J07AM Tetanus vaccine 1.10
    • J07AN Tuberculosis vaccines 1.11
    • J07AP Typhoid vaccine 1.12
    • J07AR Typhus (exanthematicus) vaccines 1.13
    • J07AX Other bacterial vaccines 1.14
  • J07B Viral vaccines 2
    • J07BA Encephalitis vaccines 2.1
    • J07BB Influenza vaccines 2.2
    • J07BC Hepatitis vaccines 2.3
    • J07BD Measles vaccine 2.4
    • J07BE Mumps vaccine 2.5
    • J07BF Poliomyelitis vaccines 2.6
    • J07BG Rabies vaccine 2.7
    • J07BH Rotavirus diarrhea vaccine 2.8
    • J07BJ Rubella vaccine 2.9
    • J07BK Varicella zoster vaccines 2.10

J07A Bacterial vaccines

J07AC Anthrax vaccines

J07AC01 Anthrax antigen

J07AD Brucellosis vaccines

J07AD01 Brucella antigen

J07AE Cholera vaccines

J07AE01 Cholera, inactivated, whole cell
J07AE02 Cholera, live attenuated
J07AE51 Cholera, combinations with typhoid vaccine, inactivated, whole cell

J07AF Diphtheria vaccines

J07AF01 Diphtheria toxoid

J07AG Haemophilus influenzae B vaccines

J07AG01 Hemophilus influenzae B, purified antigen conjugated
J07AG51 Hemophilus influenzae B, combinations with toxoids
J07AG52 Hemophilus influenzae B, combinations with pertussis and toxoids
J07AG53 Hemophilus influenzae B, combinations with meningococcus C, conjugated

J07AH Meningococcal vaccines

J07AH01 Meningococcus A, purified polysaccharides antigen
J07AH02 Other meningococcal monovalent purified polysaccharides antigen
J07AH03 Meningococcus A, C, bivalent purified polysaccharides antigen
J07AH04 Meningococcus A, C, Y, W-135, tetravalent purified polysaccharides antigen
J07AH05 Other meningococcal polyvalent purified polysaccharides antigen
J07AH06 Meningococcus B, outer membrane vesicle vaccine
J07AH07 Meningococcus C, purified polysaccharides antigen conjugated
J07AH08 Meningococcus A, C, Y, W-135, tetravalent purified polysaccharides antigen conjugated
J07AH09 Meningococcus B, multicomponent vaccine
J07AH10 Meningococcus A, purified polysaccharides antigen conjugated

J07AJ Pertussis vaccines

J07AJ01 Pertussis, inactivated, whole cell
J07AJ02 Pertussis, purified antigen
J07AJ51 Pertussis, inactivated, whole cell, combinations with toxoids
J07AJ52 Pertussis, purified antigen, combinations with toxoids

J07AK Plague vaccines

J07AK01 Plague, inactivated, whole cell

J07AL Pneumococcal vaccines

J07AL01 Pneumococcus, purified polysaccharides antigen
J07AL02 Pneumococcus, purified polysaccharides antigen conjugated
J07AL52 Pneumococcus purified polysaccharides antigen and Haemophilus influenzae, conjugated

J07AM Tetanus vaccines

J07AM01 Tetanus toxoid
J07AM51 Tetanus toxoid, combinations with diphtheria toxoid
J07AM52 Tetanus toxoid, combinations with tetanus immunoglobulin

J07AN Tuberculosis vaccines

J07AN01 Tuberculosis, live attenuated

J07AP Typhoid vaccines

J07AP01 Typhoid, oral, live attenuated
J07AP02 Typhoid, inactivated, whole cell
J07AP03 Typhoid, purified polysaccharide antigen
J07AP10 Typhoid, combinations with paratyphi types

J07AR Typhus (exanthematicus) vaccines

J07AR01 Typhus exanthematicus, inactivated, whole cell

J07AX Other bacterial vaccines

J07B Viral vaccines

J07BA Encephalitis vaccines

J07BA01 Encephalitis, tick borne, inactivated, whole virus
J07BA02 Encephalitis, Japanese, inactivated, whole virus
J07BA03 Encephalitis, Japanese, live attenuated

J07BB Influenza vaccines

J07BB01 Influenza, inactivated, whole virus
J07BB02 Influenza, purified antigen
J07BB03 Influenza, live attenuated

J07BC Hepatitis vaccines

J07BC01 Hepatitis B, purified antigen
J07BC02 Hepatitis A, inactivated, whole virus
J07BC20 Combinations

J07BD Measles vaccines

J07BD01 Measles, live attenuated
J07BD51 Measles, combinations with mumps, live attenuated
J07BD52 Measles, combinations with mumps and rubella, live attenuated
J07BD53 Measles, combinations with rubella, live attenuated
J07BD54 Measles, combinations with mumps, rubella and varicella, live attenuated

J07BE Mumps vaccines

J07BE01 Mumps, live attenuated

J07BF Poliomyelitis vaccines

J07BF01 Poliomyelitis oral, monovalent live attenuated
J07BF02 Poliomyelitis oral, trivalent, live attenuated
J07BF03 Poliomyelitis, trivalent, inactivated, whole virus
J07BF04 Poliomyelitis oral, bivalent, live attenuated

J07BG Rabies vaccines

J07BG01 Rabies, inactivated, whole virus

J07BH Rotavirus diarrhea vaccines

J07BH01 Rota virus, live attenuated
J07BH02 Rota virus, pentavalent, live, reassorted

J07BJ Rubella vaccines

J07BJ01 Rubella, live attenuated
J07BJ51 Rubella, combinations with mumps, live attenuated

J07BK Varicella zoster vaccines

J07BK01 Varicella, live attenuated
J07BK02 Zoster, live attenuated
===J07BL [[Yellow fever vaccine
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