07 Jan 2001

Cicatral pomada - España

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Cicatral pomada 50 g

Heridas, úlceras, quemaduras, supuraciones profundas. Dermatosis microbianas. Prevención de infecciones después de las operaciones de sinusitis, pólipos nasales.

Cicatral pomada Description, Presentation and Dosage

Cicatral pomada Description

Cicatral pomada Drug Class Description

Otros cicatrizantes incluyendo combinaciones

Cicatral pomada Drug Description

POMADA

Cicatral pomada Presentation

Cicatral pomada Presentation

2-3 aplicaciones diarias.

Cicatral pomada Manufacturer

DIVISER AQUILEA

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Cicatral pomada Dosage

Cicatral pomada Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Cicatral pomada Special Precautions

Cicatral pomada Adverse Reactions

Cicatral pomada Adverse Reactions

Reacciones de hipersensibilidad en cuyo caso se aconseja suspender el tratamiento.

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