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Swissmedic erteilt Zulassung für Celtura

15. November 2009 – Das Schweizerische Heilmittelinstitut Swissmedic hat am 13. November 2009 den  Impfstoff Celtura  gegen die Schweinegrippe A(H1N1) zugelassen. Mit der Zulassung durch Swissmedic stehen somit in der Schweiz jetzt drei Impfstoffe gegen die A(H1N1)-Grippe zur Verfügung.

Im Unterschied zu den bereits im Oktober zugelassenen Impfstoffen Focetria und Pandemrix wird die Antigenkomponente von Celtura nicht auf der Basis von Hühnereiern sondern auf der Basis einer Zellkultur hergestellt.

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Swissmedic erteilt Zulassung für Pandemie-Impfstoffe

7. November, 2009 – Gemäss  einer Mitteilung vom 30. Oktober 2009  hat das Schweizerische Heilmittelinstitut Swissmedic hat am 23. und 27. Oktober zwei Impfstoffe gegen die Schweinegrippe A(H1N1) zugelassen. Es handelt sich hierbei zum einen um den Impfstoff Pandemrix A(H1N1), zum anderen um  den Impfstoff Focetria. Mit dieser Zulassung durch Swissmedic stehen in der Schweiz momentan zwei Impfstoffe gegen die A(H1N1)-Grippe zur Verfügung.

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