07 Jan 2001

Inderm® Gel (Inderm® Gel 2%/-4%) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Inderm® Gel 2% | -4%

Alle Formen der Akne leichter bis mittelschwerer Ausprägung, insbes. bei entzündl. Formen wie papulopustulöser Akne. Zur Kombinationstherapie mit anderen Akne-Präparaten.

Inderm® Gel Description, Presentation and Dosage

Inderm® Gel Description

Inderm® Gel Drug Class Description

Einzelstoffe

Inderm® Gel Drug Description

25 g enth.: Erythromycin 0,5 g/1 g.

Inderm® Gel Generic Name

Inderm® Gel 2%/-4%

Inderm® Gel Presentation

Inderm® Gel Presentation

Inderm® Gel 2%/-4%

Inderm® Gel Manufacturer

Dermapharm

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Inderm® Gel Dosage

Inderm® Gel Adult Dosage

Butylhydroxytoluol, Hypromellose, Ethanol.

Inderm® Gel Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Inderm® Gel Special Precautions

Inderm® Gel Adverse Reactions

Inderm® Gel Adverse Reactions

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