07 Jan 2001

Tannalbin® (Tannalbin® Kapseln) - Deutschland

Tannalbin® Description, Presentation and Dosage

Tannalbin® Description

Tannalbin® Drug Class Description


Tannalbin® Drug Description

1 Kps. enth.: Tanninalbuminat 250 mg.

Tannalbin® Generic Name

Tannalbin® Kapseln

Tannalbin® Presentation

Tannalbin® Presentation


Tannalbin® Manufacturer


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Tannalbin® Dosage

Tannalbin® Adult Dosage

Gelatine, Farbstoffe E 171, E 172.

Tannalbin® Child Dosage

Tannalbin® Tabletten
Zus.: 1 Tbl. enth.: Tanninalbuminat 500 mg.
Weit. Bestandteile: Gelatine, hochdisperses Siliciumdioxid, Stearinsäure.

Tannalbin® Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Tannalbin® Special Precautions

Tannalbin® Special Precautions

Überempfindlichkeit gegenüber Ovalbuminanteil.

Tannalbin® Adverse Reactions

Tannalbin® Adverse Reactions

Strenge Ind.-Stellung in den ersten 3 Mon. Gr 2 .

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