07 Jan 2001

Traumaplant® (Traumaplant® Salbe) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Traumaplant®

Prellungen und Verstauchungen (bei Sport- und Unfallverletzungen), Muskel- und Gelenkschmerzen. Schlecht heilende Wunden.

Traumaplant® Description, Presentation and Dosage

Traumaplant® Description

Traumaplant® Drug Class Description

Einzelstoffe

Traumaplant® Drug Description

100 g enth.: Extr. Herba Symphyti peregrini recentis (2,5:1) 10 g.

Traumaplant® Generic Name

Traumaplant® Salbe

Traumaplant® Presentation

Traumaplant® Presentation

Traumaplant®

Traumaplant® Manufacturer

Harras-Curarina

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Traumaplant® Dosage

Traumaplant® Adult Dosage

Macrogolglycerolmonostearat, Gemisch von Mono- und Diglyceriden der Palmitin- und Stearinsäure, Octyl-dodecanol, Isopropylmyristat, Propylenglycol, Siliconöl, gereinigtes Wasser, ätherisches Rosmarinöl, Citronensäure, 'alpha'-Tocopherolacetat, Konservans: Sorbinsäure, Hydroxyethylsalicylat.

Traumaplant® Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Traumaplant® Special Precautions

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