07 Jan 2001

Morphin Merck (Morphin Merck Tropfen 0,5%/-2,0%) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Morphin Merck Tropfen 0,5% | -2,0%

Analgetikum b. starken und stärksten Schmerzen.

Morphin Merck Description, Presentation and Dosage

Morphin Merck Description

Morphin Merck Drug Class Description

Morphin u. Derivate

Morphin Merck Drug Description

1 ml (ca. 16 Tr.) enth.: Morphin-HCl 3H2O 5 mg/20 mg.

Morphin Merck Generic Name

Morphin Merck Tropfen 0,5%/-2,0%

Morphin Merck Presentation

Morphin Merck Presentation

Morphin Merck Tropfen 0,5%/-2,0%

Morphin Merck Manufacturer

Merck

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Morphin Merck Dosage

Morphin Merck Adult Dosage

Kaliumsorbat, Dinatriumedetat 2H2O, Saccharin-Natrium 2H2O, Natriumcyclamat, Apfelsinenaroma natürlich konzentriert, Salzsäure, Hydroxymethylcellulose 4000, gereinigtes Wasser.

Morphin Merck Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Morphin Merck Special Precautions

Morphin Merck Special Precautions

Überempfindlichkeit gegen Opiate u. Sorbinsäure.

Morphin Merck Adverse Reactions

Morphin Merck Adverse Reactions

Kontraind. Gr 6 .

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