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Ein Wort zu Valsartan, weiteren Sartanen, und deren Verunreinigungen

3. Februar 2019 – Blutdrucksenkende Arzneimittel welche die Wirkstoffe Valsartan, Candesartan, Irbesartan, Losartan, oder Olmesartan enthalten, sind in den vergangenen Monaten zunehmend in die Kritik geraten, da in verschiedensten Chargen dieser Arzneimittel nitrosaminhaltige Verunreinigungen wie N-Nitrosodimethylamin (NDMA) und N-Nitrosodiethylamin (NDEA), die von der WHO als wahrscheinliche menschliche Karzinogene eingestuft werden,

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Auch in der Schweiz: Valsartan ohne Ende

04. Dezember 2018 – Im Verlaufe dieses Sommers wurde bekannt, dass in der Europäischen Union (EU), in den USA, in Kanada, und anderen Ländern in Arzneimitteln, welche zur Therapie der Hypertonie (hohem Blutdruck) eingesetzt werden, und welche den Wirkstoff Valsartan enthalten, aus der Synthese des Valsartans stammende Verunreinigungen mit dem beim Menschen krebserregenden N-Nitrosodimethylamin (NDMA) sowie,

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