SMART Health Cards: Vaccination & Testing Implementation Guide
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ValueSet: Vaccine: ATC/DDD


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Title:Vaccine: ATC/DDD
Status:Active as of 12/31/21, 12:36 PM

This value set includes the subset of ATC that identify vaccine targets.

Note that an ATC code for COVID-19 vaccines (J07BX03) has been created and will be added to the next published version of ATC/DDD slated for January 2022.

Publisher:HL7 International - Public Health Work Group

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Logical Definition (CLD)



This value set contains 117 concepts

Expansion based on version 2020-05

All codes in this table are from the system

J07ACAnthrax vaccines
J07AC01anthrax antigen
J07ADBrucellosis vaccines
J07AD01brucella antigen
J07AECholera vaccines
J07AE01cholera, inactivated, whole cell
J07AE02cholera, live attenuated
J07AE51cholera, combinations with typhoid vaccine, inactivated, whole cell
J07AFDiphtheria vaccines
J07AF01diphtheria toxoid
J07AGHaemophilus influenzae B vaccines
J07AG01haemophilus influenzae B, purified antigen conjugated
J07AG51haemophilus influenzae B, combinations with toxoids
J07AG52haemophilus influenzae B, combinations with pertussis and toxoids
J07AG53haemophilus influenzae B, combinations with meningococcus C, conjugated
J07AHMeningococcal vaccines
J07AH01meningococcus A, purified polysaccharides antigen
J07AH02other meningococcal monovalent purified polysaccharides antigen
J07AH03meningococcus A,C, bivalent purified polysaccharides antigen
J07AH04meningococcus A,C,Y,W-135, tetravalent purified polysaccharides antigen
J07AH05other meningococcal polyvalent purified polysaccharides antigen
J07AH06meningococcus B, outer membrane vesicle vaccine
J07AH07meningococcus C, purified polysaccharides antigen conjugated
J07AH08meningococcus A,C,Y,W-135, tetravalent purified polysaccharides antigen conjugated
J07AH09meningococcus B, multicomponent vaccine
J07AH10meningococcus A, purified polysaccharides antigen conjugated
J07AJPertussis vaccines
J07AJ01pertussis, inactivated, whole cell
J07AJ02pertussis, purified antigen
J07AJ51pertussis, inactivated, whole cell, combinations with toxoids
J07AJ52pertussis, purified antigen, combinations with toxoids
J07AKPlague vaccines
J07AK01plague, inactivated, whole cell
J07ALPneumococcal vaccines
J07AL01pneumococcus, purified polysaccharides antigen
J07AL02pneumococcus, purified polysaccharides antigen conjugated
J07AL52pneumococcus purified polysaccharides antigen and haemophilus influenzae, conjugated
J07AMTetanus vaccines
J07AM01tetanus toxoid
J07AM51tetanus toxoid, combinations with diphtheria toxoid
J07AM52tetanus toxoid, combinations with tetanus immunoglobulin
J07ANTuberculosis vaccines
J07AN01tuberculosis, live attenuated
J07APTyphoid vaccines
J07AP01typhoid, oral, live attenuated
J07AP02typhoid, inactivated, whole cell
J07AP03typhoid, purified polysaccharide antigen
J07AP10typhoid, combinations with paratyphi types
J07ARTyphus (exanthematicus) vaccines
J07AR01typhus exanthematicus, inactivated, whole cell
J07AXOther bacterial vaccines
J07BAEncephalitis vaccines
J07BA01encephalitis, tick borne, inactivated, whole virus
J07BA02encephalitis, Japanese, inactivated, whole virus
J07BA03encephalitis, Japanese, live attenuated
J07BBInfluenza vaccines
J07BB01influenza, inactivated, whole virus
J07BB02influenza, inactivated, split virus or surface antigen
J07BB03influenza, live attenuated
J07BB04influenza, virus like particles
J07BCHepatitis vaccines
J07BC01hepatitis B, purified antigen
J07BC02hepatitis A, inactivated, whole virus
J07BDMeasles vaccines
J07BD01measles, live attenuated
J07BD51measles, combinations with mumps, live attenuated
J07BD52measles, combinations with mumps and rubella, live attenuated
J07BD53measles, combinations with rubella, live attenuated
J07BD54measles, combinations with mumps, rubella and varicella, live attenuated
J07BEMumps vaccines
J07BE01mumps, live attenuated
J07BFPoliomyelitis vaccines
J07BF01poliomyelitis oral, monovalent, live attenuated
J07BF02poliomyelitis oral, trivalent, live attenuated
J07BF03poliomyelitis, trivalent, inactivated, whole virus
J07BF04poliomyelitis oral, bivalent, live attenuated
J07BGRabies vaccines
J07BG01rabies, inactivated, whole virus
J07BHRota virus diarrhea vaccines
J07BH01rota virus, live attenuated
J07BH02rota virus, pentavalent, live, reassorted
J07BJRubella vaccines
J07BJ01rubella, live attenuated
J07BJ51rubella, combinations with mumps, live attenuated
J07BKVaricella zoster vaccines
J07BK01varicella, live attenuated
J07BK02zoster, live attenuated
J07BK03zoster, purified antigen
J07BLYellow fever vaccines
J07BL01yellow fever, live attenuated
J07BMPapillomavirus vaccines
J07BM01papillomavirus (human types 6, 11, 16, 18)
J07BM02papillomavirus (human types 16, 18)
J07BM03papillomavirus (human types 6, 11, 16, 18, 31, 33, 45, 52, 58)
J07BXOther viral vaccines
J07BX01smallpox vaccines
J07BX02ebola vaccines
J07CABacterial and viral vaccines, combined
J07CA04haemophilus influenzae B and poliomyelitis
J07CA05diphtheria-hepatitis B-pertussis-tetanus
J07CA06diphtheria-haemophilus influenzae B-pertussis-poliomyelitis-tetanus
J07CA07diphtheria-hepatitis B-tetanus
J07CA08haemophilus influenzae B and hepatitis B
J07CA09diphtheria-haemophilus influenzae B-pertussis-poliomyelitis-tetanus-hepatitis B
J07CA10typhoid-hepatitis A
J07CA11diphtheria-haemophilus influenzae B-pertussis-tetanus-hepatitis B
J07CA12diphtheria-pertussis-poliomyelitis-tetanus-hepatitis B
J07CA13diphtheria-haemophilus influenzae B-pertussis-tetanus-hepatitis B-meningococcus A + C

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