07 Jan 2001

Imbun® Brausetabletten; (Imbun® Brausetabletten) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Imbun® Brausetabletten; -500 mg | -1000 mg Filmtabletten; -retard; -Zäpfchen; -i.m.

Imbun® Brausetbl.; -500 mg Filmtbl.; -Zäpfchen: Leichte bis mäßig starke Schmerzen, Fieber. Imbun® 500 mg/-1000 mg; -retard; - Zäpfchen; -i.m.: Akute Arthritiden (einschl. Gichtanfall), chron. Arthritiden (insbes. c. P.), Spondyl. ankyl. u. and. entz. rheumat. Wirbels.leiden, Arthrosen u. Spondylarthrosen, Weichteilrheumatismus. Schmerzhafte Schwellungen/Entzündungen nach Verletzungen od. Operationen.

Imbun® Brausetabletten; Description, Presentation and Dosage

Imbun® Brausetabletten; Description

Imbun® Brausetabletten; Drug Class Description

Anthranilsäure-/Arylessigsäure- u. Arylpropionsäurederivate

Imbun® Brausetabletten; Drug Description

1 Brausetbl. enth.: Ibuprofen lysin 342 mg (entspr. 200 mg Ibuprofen).

Imbun® Brausetabletten; Generic Name

Imbun® Brausetabletten

Imbun® Brausetabletten; Presentation

Imbun® Brausetabletten; Presentation

Imbun® Brausetabletten; -500 mg/-1000 mg Filmtabletten; -retard; -Zäpfchen; -i.m.

Imbun® Brausetabletten; Manufacturer


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Imbun® Brausetabletten; Dosage

Imbun® Brausetabletten; Adult Dosage

Natriumhydrogencarbonat, Natriumdihydrogencitrat, Glycin, Povidon, Saccharin-Natrium, Aspartam, Macrogol, Aromastoffe. Hypromellose, Glycerol, Filmtbl. 1000 mg zusätzl.: Copolyvidon, Poly[butylmethacrylat-co-(2-dimethylaminoethyl)methacrylat-co-methylmethacrylat] (1:2:1), Farbstoff E 171. Natriumcarboxymethylstärke, Magnesiumstearat.

Imbun® Brausetabletten; Child Dosage

Imbun® 500 mg/-1000 mg Filmtabletten
Zus.: 1 Filmtbl. enth.: Ibuprofen lysin 500 mg/1000 mg (entspr. 292,6 mg/585,2 mg Ibuprofen).
Weit. Bestandteile: Croscarmellose-Natrium, Talkum, Magnesiumstearat, Macrogol, Filmtbl. 500 mg zusätzl.: Mikrokristalline Cellulose, Gelatine, Siliciumdioxid,

Imbun® retard Retardtabletten
Zus.: 1 Retardtbl. enth.: Ibuprofen 800 mg.
Weit. Bestandteile: Mikrokristalline Cellulose, Siliciumdioxid, Acryl-Methacrylsäureester-Copolymerisat, Carmellose-Natrium, Hypromellose, Triethylcitrat, Talkum,

Imbun® Zäpfchen
Zus.: 1 Zäpfchen enth.: Ibuprofen lysin 500 mg (entspr. 292,6 mg Ibuprofen).
Weit. Bestandteile: Glyceroltrialkanoat, Phospholipide aus Sojabohnen, hochdisp. Siliciumdioxid, Hartfett.

Imbun® i.m. Trockensubstanz u. Lösungsmittel
Zus.: 1 Inj.-Fl. mit 800 mg Trockensubstanz enth.: Ibuprofen lysin 400 mg (entspr. 234 mg Ibuprofen).
Weit. Bestandteile: D-Mannitol.
Weit. Bestandteile: Wasser für Inj.-zwecke 3 ml.

Imbun® Brausetabletten; Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Imbun® Brausetabletten; Special Precautions

Imbun® Brausetabletten; Special Precautions

N 30. Zusätzlich für Brausetbl.: Kdr.

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