07 Jan 2001

Lederlon® 5 (Lederlon® 5/-20 Kristallsuspension) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Lederlon® 5 | -20

Intraartikulär: Arthritis, Arthrosen (akuter Schub), posttraumat. Gelenkreizungen. Sub- u. intraläsional: Keloide, Dermatosen. Infiltration: entzündl. u. rheumat. Prozesse im Bereich der Weichteile des Bewegungsapparates. Lederlon 20 zusätzlich; Intraglutäal: Alle Indikationen der systemischen Corticoidtherapie.

Lederlon® 5 Description, Presentation and Dosage

Lederlon® 5 Description

Lederlon® 5 Drug Class Description

Andere Stoffe

Lederlon® 5 Drug Description

1 Amp. (1 ml) enth.: Triamcinolonhexacetonid 5 mg/20 mg in mikrokristalliner Form.

Lederlon® 5 Generic Name

Lederlon® 5/-20 Kristallsuspension

Lederlon® 5 Presentation

Lederlon® 5 Presentation

Lederlon® 5/-20

Lederlon® 5 Manufacturer

Lederle

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Lederlon® 5 Adult Dosage

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Lederlon® 5 Special Precautions

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