29 Jun 2015

Welldorm Tablets (Chloral hydrate) - United Kingdom

Welldorm Tablets

Generic Matches for Chloral hydrate (1)
Welldorm Elixir

Last Updated on 29 Jun 2015 by EPG Health Media Staff

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Welldorm Tablets Indication

Cloral Betaine Tablets are used for the short-term treatment of severe insomnia which is interfering with normal daily life and where other therapies have failed.

Cloral Betaine Tablets should be used as an adjunct to non-pharmacological therapies.

The use of hypnotics in adolescents is not generally recommended and if used should be under the supervision of a medical specialist.


Welldorm Tablets Generic Name

Chloral hydrate



Summary Product Characteristics (SPCs) Links
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Welldorm Tablets Marketing Information

Welldorm Tablets Generic Name
Chloral hydrate
Marketing Company
Marlborough Pharmaceuticals Ltd
Drug Type
Date of Issue, Marketing Authority 10/08/2004

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