07 Jan 2001

AHP 200® (AHP 200® Filmtabletten) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

AHP 200®

Degenerative Gelenkerkrankungen in schmerzhaften oder entzündlichen Stadien, Arthritis, Periarthritis, Bursitis, Tendinitis, Tendovaginitis. Entzündliche Bindegewebserkrankungen.

AHP 200® Description, Presentation and Dosage

AHP 200® Description

AHP 200® Drug Class Description

Andere Stoffe

AHP 200® Drug Description

1 Filmtbl. enth.: Oxaceprol 200 mg.

AHP 200® Generic Name

AHP 200® Filmtabletten

AHP 200® Presentation

AHP 200® Presentation

AHP 200®

AHP 200® Manufacturer

Chephasaar

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AHP 200® Dosage

AHP 200® Adult Dosage

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AHP 200® Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

AHP 200® Special Precautions

AHP 200® Adverse Reactions

AHP 200® Adverse Reactions

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