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Risiko einer Hepatitis-B-Reaktivierung unter Therapie mit BCR-ABL Tyrosinkinaseinhibitoren

10. April 2016 – In Deutschland informieren die Firmen Novartis, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Pfizer, und ARIAD Pharmaceuticals mittels eines Rote-Hand-Briefes über das Risiko einer Hepatitis B Virus-Reaktivierung nach Anwendung von BCR-ABL Tyrosinkinaseinhibitoren und die Notwendigkeit der Untersuchung von Patienten auf Hepatitis B Viren vor Behandlungsbeginn. Bei Patienten,

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Die Anwendung von Viekirax mit Exviera bei Child-Pugh-B und Child-Pugh-C Patienten kann zu fatalem Leberversagen führen

09. April 2016 – Gemäss einer sogenannten DHPC (Health Professional Communication) vom 8. April 2016 orientiert Swissmedic zusammen mit der Inhaberin der Zulassungsbewilligung (AbbVie) über ernsthafte und teilweise fatale Nebenwirkungen in einer Gruppe von Patientinnen / Patienten nach Hepatitis C CirrhosisBehandlung chronischer Hepatitis C  (CHC) mit Viekirax,

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Schwere Leberschädigungen, welche mit der Anwendung von Dronedaron [Multaq] in Verbindung gebracht werden.

21. Januar 2011 – In Abstimmung mit dem Bundesinstitut für Arzneimittel und Medizinprodukte (BfArM) informiert die Firma Sanofi-Aventis über schwerwiegende Leberschädigungen, die mit der Anwendung von Dronedaron [Multaq] aufgetreten sind, sowie über notwendige Kontrolluntersuchungen.

1. Es sind Fälle von Leberschädigung bei Patienten, die mit Dronedaron [Multaq] behandelt wurden,

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