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Informationen zur Neuen Grippe (Schweinegrippe)

29. April 2009 – Das  Deutsche Bundesamt für Arzneimittel und Medizinalprodukte (BfArM) hat heute  eine Liste von Links zu Informationen deutscher und internationaler Behörden zum Ausbruch der Neuen Grippe (Schweinegrippe) veröffentlicht.  Diese Liste umfasst Links zu deutschen sowie einer Selektion internationaler Behörden.

Informationen deutscher Behörden:

  • Schweine-InfluenzaInformationen des Robert Koch-Instituts zur Schweine-Influenza (hier);

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Neue Grippe (Schweinegrippe): Swissmedic warnt vor Bezug von Tamiflu über Internet

30. April 2009 – Swissmedic, das Schweizerische Heilmittelinstitut, warnt in Zusammenhang mit der Schweinegrippe davor, sich Medikamente, insbesondere Tamiflu, ausserhalb der legalen Abgabestellen (Spital, Arzt, Apotheke) zu besorgen. ,Wer sich Tamiflu nicht über die offiziellen Vertriebskanäle in der Schweiz, sondern beispielsweise über das Internet besorgt, geht ein grosses Gesundheitsrisiko ein”,

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FDA Zulassung von Pandemieimpfstoffen – Swissmedic informiert über den Stand der Dinge in der Schweiz

16. September 2009 – Die amerikanische Food and Drug Administration (FDA) hat am 15. September 2009 die Öffentlichkeit darüber informiert, dass sie insgesamt vier Impfstoffe gegen den Grippevirus A (H1N1) zugelassen hat.  Swissmedic hat in diesem Zusammenhang die folgende Mitteilung veröffentlicht, um Ärzte, Gesundheitsbehörden, und vor allem auch besorgte Patienten über den Stand der Zulassung von Anti-Grippe A (H1N1) Impstoffen in der Schweiz  zu informieren.

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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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