07 Jan 2001

Phosphalugel® (Phosphalugel® Suspension) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Phosphalugel®

Gastritis, Reizmagen, Hyperazidität, Schwangerschafts-Sodbrennen, Magenbeschwerden nach Alkohol- und Nikotinmißbrauch sowie nach Diätfehlern.

Phosphalugel® Description, Presentation and Dosage

Phosphalugel® Description

Phosphalugel® Drug Class Description

Einzelstoffe

Phosphalugel® Drug Description

100 g enth.: Aluminiumphosphat H2O-frei 13 g.

Phosphalugel® Generic Name

Phosphalugel® Suspension

Phosphalugel® Presentation

Phosphalugel® Presentation

Phosphalugel®

Phosphalugel® Manufacturer

Yamanouchi

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Phosphalugel® Dosage

Phosphalugel® Adult Dosage

Sorbitol, Agar, Pektin (E 440), Calciumsulfat, Kaliumsorbat, künstliches Orangenaroma, Wasser.

Phosphalugel® Elderly Dosage

1 Btl. entspr. 0,26 BE.

Phosphalugel® Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Phosphalugel® Special Precautions

Phosphalugel® Adverse Reactions

Phosphalugel® Adverse Reactions

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