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Nintedanib (Ofev): Schwere Leberschäden bei Patienten mit idiopathischer Lungenfibrose

25. Januar 2018 – Swissmedic, zusammen mit der Zulassungsinhaberin Boehringer Ingelheim (Schweiz) informieren mittels eines DHPC (Direct Healthcare Professional Communication) die behandelnden Ärzte über  schwere Leberschäden und die dringende Notwendigkeit einer regelmässigen Überwachung der Leberfunktion bei der Anwendung von Nintedanib (Ofev) bei Patienten mit idiopathischer Lungenfibrose (IPF).

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