07 Jan 2001

Mirfulan® (Mirfulan® Salbe) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Mirfulan®

Nicht infizierte Wunden, Wundsein, Ausschläge, Verbrennungen 1. Grades, Unterschenkelgeschwüre. Hautpflege bei Säuglingen, bei Prothesenstümpfen, nach Strahlentherapie.

Mirfulan® Description, Presentation and Dosage

Mirfulan® Description

Mirfulan® Drug Class Description

Kombinationen

Mirfulan® Drug Description

100 g enth.: Lebertran 10 g (stand.: auf Vit. A 1000 I.E. Vit. D3 200 I.E.), Zinkoxid 10 g.

Mirfulan® Generic Name

Mirfulan® Salbe

Mirfulan® Presentation

Mirfulan® Presentation

Mirfulan®

Mirfulan® Manufacturer

Merckle

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Mirfulan® Dosage

Mirfulan® Adult Dosage

Hamamelis-Extrakt, Harnstoff, weißes Vaselin, Wollwachsalkoholsalbe, dünnfl. Paraffin, Partialglyceride, BHT (E 321), Palmitoylascorbinsäure (E 304), Citronensäure (E 330), ger. Wasser.

Mirfulan® Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Mirfulan® Special Precautions

Mirfulan® Special Precautions

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