07 Jan 2001

Tavegil® Gel (Tavegil® Gel) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Tavegil® Gel

Juckende u. allergische Hauterkrankungen, Sonnenbrand, Insektenstiche.

Tavegil® Gel Description, Presentation and Dosage

Tavegil® Gel Description

Tavegil® Gel Drug Class Description


Tavegil® Gel Drug Description

1 g enth.: Clemastinhydrogenfumarat 0,402 mg (entspr. 0,3 mg Base).

Tavegil® Gel Generic Name

Tavegil® Gel

Tavegil® Gel Presentation

Tavegil® Gel Presentation

Tavegil® Gel

Tavegil® Gel Manufacturer

Novartis Consumer Health

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Tavegil® Gel Dosage

Tavegil® Gel Adult Dosage

Ammoniak, Carbomer 104, Propylenglycol, Polyolfettsäureester, Isopropylalkohol.

Tavegil® Gel Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Tavegil® Gel Special Precautions

Tavegil® Gel Special Precautions

Anwendung bei großflächigen, insbesondere entzündlichen Hauterkrankungen (z. B. Verbrühungen, Verbrennungen). Dies gilt vor allem für die Anwendung bei Säuglingen u. Kleinkdr.

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