07 Jan 2001

Pro-Symbioflor® (Pro-Symbioflor® Tropfen) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001


Regulierung körpereigener Abwehrkräfte, gastrointestinale Störungen.

Pro-Symbioflor® Description, Presentation and Dosage

Pro-Symbioflor® Description

Pro-Symbioflor® Drug Class Description


Pro-Symbioflor® Drug Description

1 ml enth.: Steriles Autolysat von Escherichia coli u. Enterococcus faecalis (Autolysat aus 107 Bakterien).

Pro-Symbioflor® Generic Name

Pro-Symbioflor® Tropfen

Pro-Symbioflor® Presentation

Pro-Symbioflor® Presentation


Pro-Symbioflor® Manufacturer


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Pro-Symbioflor® Adult Dosage

Lactose, Natriumcarbonat, Natriumchlorid, Magnesiumsulfat, Kaliumchlorid, Calciumchlorid, Magnesiumchlorid, Wasser.

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Pro-Symbioflor® Adverse Reactions

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