07 Jan 2001

Locabiosol® (Locabiosol® Dosier-Spray) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Locabiosol®

Sinusitis, Laryngitis, Tracheitis.

Locabiosol® Description, Presentation and Dosage

Locabiosol® Description

Locabiosol® Drug Class Description

Einzelstoffe

Locabiosol® Drug Description

5 ml enth.: Fusafungin 0,05 g.

Locabiosol® Generic Name

Locabiosol® Dosier-Spray

Locabiosol® Presentation

Locabiosol® Presentation

Locabiosol®

Locabiosol® Manufacturer

Servier Deutschland

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Locabiosol® Dosage

Locabiosol® Adult Dosage

Isopropylmyristat, Aromastoffe, Ethanol absol. Saccharin.

Locabiosol® Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Locabiosol® Special Precautions

Locabiosol® Special Precautions

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