07 Jan 2001

Gutron® Tabletten; (Gutron® Tabletten) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Gutron® Tabletten; -Tropfen 1%; -Injektionslösung

Orthostatische Hypotonie (mit sympathotoner und asympathotoner Reaktion); Wetterfühligkeit, Psychopharmaka-induzierte Hypotonie.

Gutron® Tabletten; Description, Presentation and Dosage

Gutron® Tabletten; Description

Gutron® Tabletten; Drug Class Description

Andere adrenerge Substanzen

Gutron® Tabletten; Drug Description

1 Tbl. enth.: Midodrin-HCl 2,5 mg.

Gutron® Tabletten; Generic Name

Gutron® Tabletten

Gutron® Tabletten; Presentation

Gutron® Tabletten; Presentation

Gutron® Tabletten; -Tropfen 1%; -Injektionslösung

Gutron® Tabletten; Manufacturer

Nycomed Pharma

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Gutron® Tabletten; Dosage

Gutron® Tabletten; Adult Dosage

Magnesiumstearat, Talkum.

Gutron® Tabletten; Child Dosage

Gutron® Tropfen 1%
Zus.: 1 ml enth.: Midodrin-HCl 10 mg.
Weit. Bestandteile: Natriumcyclamat, Ethanol.

Gutron® Injektionslösung
Zus.: 1 Amp. enth.: Midodrin-HCl 5 mg.
Weit. Bestandteile: Natriumchlorid, Propylenglycol, Wasser f. Inj.-zwecke, Salzsäure z. physiolog. pH-Wert-Einstellung.

Gutron® Tabletten; Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Gutron® Tabletten; Special Precautions

Gutron® Tabletten; Special Precautions

S 72. mechan. Abflußbehinderungen.

Gutron® Tabletten; Adverse Reactions

Gutron® Tabletten; Adverse Reactions

S 72 a

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