07 Jan 2001

Meditonsin® (Meditonsin® Lösung) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Meditonsin®

Grippale Infekte, besonders bei aufkommenden Erkältungskrankheiten. Akute katarrhalische Tonsillitis, Seitenstrangangina.

Meditonsin® Description, Presentation and Dosage

Meditonsin® Description

Meditonsin® Drug Class Description

Andere Kombinationen

Meditonsin® Drug Description

100 g enth.: Aconitinum D5 10 g, Atropinum sulfuricum D5 50 g, Mercurius cyanatus D8 40 g.

Meditonsin® Generic Name

Meditonsin® Lösung

Meditonsin® Presentation

Meditonsin® Presentation

Meditonsin®

Meditonsin® Manufacturer

Medice

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Meditonsin® Dosage

Meditonsin® Adult Dosage

Die Potenzierung erfolgt mit einer Mischung aus: Ethanol 5 g, Glycerol 10 g, Gereinigtes Wasser 85 g.

Meditonsin® Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Meditonsin® Special Precautions

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