07 Jan 2001

Bisolvomycin® (Bisolvomycin® Kapseln) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Bisolvomycin®

Atemwegserkrankg. auf bakterieller Grundlage, wie infizierte Bronchitiden, Pneumonien u. Bronchiektasien.

Bisolvomycin® Description, Presentation and Dosage

Bisolvomycin® Description

Bisolvomycin® Drug Class Description

Kombinationen

Bisolvomycin® Drug Description

1 Kps. enth.: Bromhexin-HCl 4 mg, Oxytetracyclin-HCl 250 mg.

Bisolvomycin® Generic Name

Bisolvomycin® Kapseln

Bisolvomycin® Presentation

Bisolvomycin® Presentation

Bisolvomycin®

Bisolvomycin® Manufacturer

Boehringer Ingelheim

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Bisolvomycin® Dosage

Bisolvomycin® Adult Dosage

Farbstoff E 132, E 171, E 172, Gelatine, Magnesiumstearat, Maisstärke.

Bisolvomycin® Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Bisolvomycin® Special Precautions

Bisolvomycin® Special Precautions

T 15

Bisolvomycin® Adverse Reactions

Bisolvomycin® Adverse Reactions

B 30, T 15

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