07 Jan 2001

Dinoven 0.445% - España

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Dinoven 0.445% pomada 30 g

Procesos varicosos, tromboflebitis superficial. Hematomas, tumefacciones.

Dinoven 0.445% Description, Presentation and Dosage

Dinoven 0.445% Description

Dinoven 0.445% Drug Class Description

Antivaricosos topicos

Dinoven 0.445% Drug Description


Dinoven 0.445% Presentation

Dinoven 0.445% Presentation

Tópica: Adultos: 5-10 cm 2-4 veces al día. Niños: 2.5-5 cm 2-4 veces al día. No aplicar el gel en membranas mucosa o heridas abierta debido a su contenido en alcohol.

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Dinoven 0.445% Dosage

Dinoven 0.445% Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Dinoven 0.445% Special Precautions

Dinoven 0.445% Adverse Reactions

Dinoven 0.445% Adverse Reactions

Los efectos adversos de este medicamento son, en general, infrecuentes leves y transitorios. Los efectos adversos más característicos son:. -Raramente (<1%): alteraciones alérgicas: urticaria y eritema.

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