07 Jan 2001

Sekusept forte (Sekusept forte S Flüssigkeit) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Sekusept forte S

Zur Desinfektion von mediz. Instrumenten, Anästhesiematerial und Endoskopen.

Sekusept forte Description, Presentation and Dosage

Sekusept forte Description

Sekusept forte Drug Class Description

Kombinationen

Sekusept forte Drug Description

100 g enth.: Formaldehyd 9,8 g, Glutaral 9,9 g.

Sekusept forte Generic Name

Sekusept forte S Flüssigkeit

Sekusept forte Presentation

Sekusept forte Presentation

Sekusept forte S

Sekusept forte Manufacturer

Henkel-Ecolab

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