07 Jan 2001

Darmol Pastillen (Darmol Pastillen) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Darmol Pastillen

Kurzfristige Anwendung bei Verstopfung sowie bei Erkrankungen, die eine erleichterte Stuhlentleerung erfordern.

Darmol Pastillen Description, Presentation and Dosage

Darmol Pastillen Description

Darmol Pastillen Drug Class Description

Andere chemisch definierte Laxantia

Darmol Pastillen Drug Description

1 Pastille enth.: Natriumpicosulfat 5 mg.

Darmol Pastillen Generic Name

Darmol Pastillen

Darmol Pastillen Presentation

Darmol Pastillen Presentation

Darmol Pastillen

Darmol Pastillen Manufacturer

Omegin

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Darmol Pastillen Dosage

Darmol Pastillen Adult Dosage

Acesulfam-Kalium, Gelatine, Glycerol 85%, Guarmehl, Lecithin, Maisstärke, Aromastoff (natürl.).

Darmol Pastillen Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Darmol Pastillen Special Precautions

Darmol Pastillen Special Precautions

L 16 a

Darmol Pastillen Adverse Reactions

Darmol Pastillen Adverse Reactions

L 16

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