07 Jan 2001

Steirocall® (Steirocall® Lösung zum Einnehmen) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001


Arthrosen, Bandscheibenschäden, schlechte Kallusbildung, Osteoporose, degenerative Prozesse im Bereich der Wirbelsäule.

Steirocall® Description, Presentation and Dosage

Steirocall® Description

Steirocall® Drug Class Description

Antihämorrhagika (Antifibrinolytika u. andere Hämostatika)

Steirocall® Drug Description

100 ml enth.: Acid. silicicum D12 14 ml, Calcium carbonicum Hahnemanni D12 14 ml, Calcium phosphoricum D12 14 ml, Ilex aquifolium D6 10 ml, Acorus calamus D6 10 ml, Equisetum arvense D6 10 ml, Symphytum D6 10 ml, Alchemilla vulgaris D6 6 ml, Thiamin-HCl (Vit. B1) 0,2 g, Cyanocobalamin (Vit. B12) 0,3 mg, DL-'alpha'-Tocopherolhydrogensuccinat (Vit. E-Succinat) 0,1 g als D-'alpha'-Tocopheryl-polyethylenglycol-1000-succinat.

Steirocall® Generic Name

Steirocall® Lösung zum Einnehmen

Steirocall® Presentation

Steirocall® Presentation


Steirocall® Manufacturer


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Steirocall® Dosage

Steirocall® Adult Dosage

Ethanol, Gereinigtes Wasser.

Steirocall® Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Steirocall® Special Precautions

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