Therapeutic Classification of Drugs

Drugs are classified in different groups. First is based on physical appearance, second is based on site of administration and third is based on therapeutic effects. These classifications make it easy for healthcare provider to decide which medicine is best for the patient. 




Therapeutic Classification of Drugs (A-H)
  1. ACE Inhibitors
  2. Acidifiers
  3. Acne Treatment Preparations
  4. Anaesthetic
  5. Analeptics
  6. Analgesics (Non-Opioid)
  7. Analgesics (Opioid)
  8. Angiotensin II Antagonists
  9. Anorectal Preparations
  10. Antacids / Anti-ulcerants
  11. Anthelmintics
  12. Anti-coagulants
  13. Anti-hepatitis Agents
  14. Anti-infectives
  15. Anti-inflammatory Agents
  16. Anti-malarials
  17. Anti-obesity Agents
  18. Anti-rheumatics
  19. Anti-spasmodic
  20. Anti-tuberculosis
  21. Anti-vertigo
  22. Antiallergics
  23. Antianemics
  24. Antianginals
  25. Antiasthmatics
  26. Antibacterials
  27. Antibiotics
  28. Anticholinergics
  29. Anticonvulsants
  30. Antidepressants
  31. Antidiabetic Agents
  32. Antidiarrheals 
  33. Antidiuretics
  34. Antiemetic
  35. Antifungals
  36. Antihemorrhoidal
  37. Antihistamines
  38. Antihypertensives
  39. Antimigraine Preparations
  40. Antiparkinsonian Drugs
  41. Antipyretics
  42. Antithyroid
  43. Anxiolytics
  44. Appetite Enhancers
  45. Beta Adrenergic Blockers
  46. Bronchodilators
  47. Calcum Channel Blocker
  48. Cardiovascular Drugs
  49. Cholinergic Agents
  50. Cholinesterase Inhibitor
  51. Contraceptives
  52. Corticosteroid Hormones
  53. Cough and Cold Preparations
  54. CNS Stimulants
  55. Cytotoxic Chemotherapy Drugs
  56. Decongestants
  57. Digestives
  58. Diuretics
  59. Disinfectant
  60. Electrolytes
  61. Emollients and Skin Protectives
  62. Enzymes
  63. Enzyme Inhibitors
  64. Escharotic
  65. Expectorant
  66. Fertility Drugs
  67. Fungicides
  68. Galactagogue
  69. Gastrointestinal Agents (GI Drugs)
  70. Haemostatics 
  71. Hematinic
  72. Hormones
  73. Hormonal Chemotherapy
  74. Hyperuricemia and Gout Preparations
  75. Hypnotics and Sedatives
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