27 Jul 2015

Inzitan (Dexametasona / Lidocaína / Tiamina / Cianocobalamina) - España

ATC: H02AB
SYSTEMIC HORMONAL PREP EXCLUDING SEX HORMONES
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Inzitan

Last Updated on 27 Jul 2015 by EPG Health Media Staff

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Inzitan Indication

Tratamiento sintomático de patología aguda dolorosa como lumbalgias, ciáticas, lumbociáticas; neuritis, polineuritis.

 

Inzitan Generic Name

Dexametasona / Lidocaína / Tiamina / Cianocobalamina

Type

POM

Summary Product Characteristics (SPCs) Links
Resumen de las Características del Producto - Inzitan (external site)

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Inzitan Marketing Information

Inzitan Generic Name
Dexametasona / Lidocaína / Tiamina / Cianocobalamina
Marketing Company
KERN PHARMA, S.L.
Drug Type
POM
Date of Issue, Marketing Authority 01/01/1968

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