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Gefährliche Schlankheitsmittel aus dem Internet: Alarmierende Analyse-Ergebnisse

6. Juni 2011 – Neue Zahlen und  Alarmierende Analyse-Ergebnisse. Das Schweizerische Heilmittelinstitut (Swissmedic) hat heute die untenstehende Mitteilung  (im Originaltext wiedergegeben) veröffentlicht.

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Gefährliche Schlankheitsmittel aus dem Internet: neue Zahlen.

Swissmedic, das Schweizerische Heilmittelinstitut, hat 122 Proben beschlagnahmter Importe von Schlankheitsmitteln im Labor untersucht.

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Sistierung der Schweizer Marktzulassung von Sibutramin [Reductil]

31. März 2010 – Wir lernen heute aus einer Mitteillung des Schweizerischen Heilmittelinstitutes (Swissmedic), dass die Abbott AG, in Abstimmung mit Swissmedic. sie über die sofortige Sistierung der Marktzulassung für Sibutramin [Reductil] in der Schweiz informiert. Ab sofort darf Sibutramin [Reductil] weder durch Abbott vertrieben noch durch Apotheker oder Ärzte an Patienten abgegeben werden.

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Swissmedic prüft Sistierung der Zulassung des Appetitzüglers Sibutramin [Reductil] auch in der Schweiz

26. Januar 2010 – Von der Homepage der Swissmedic lernen wir, dass für den Wirkstoff Sibutramin, in der Schweiz mit dem Handelsnamen Reductil® auf dem Markt, im gesamten Gebiet der Europäischen Union die Zulassung sistiert werden soll. Dieses Ruhen der Zulassung wurde von der zuständigen Fachkommission der Europäischen Arzneimittelagentur EMEA empfohlen.

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Kardiovaskuläres Risiko von Sibutramin [Reductil]

30. Dezember 2009 – In einer Mitteilung vom 22. Dezember 2009 informiert Swissmedic über Sibutramin [Reductil].  Sibutramin [Reductil]  ist seit 1999 in der Schweiz zugelassen als Diät-unterstützende Behandlung von Übergewicht mit einem BMI (Body Mass Index) von mindestens 30.

Gemäss Swissmedic sind zur Zeit neue Daten aus einer grossen Langzeit-Sicherheitsstudie mit Namen SCOUT in der Begutachtung,

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BfArM warnt vor dubiosem Produkt zur Gewichtsabnahme aus dem Internet

17. April 2009 – Das Bundesinstitut für Arzneimittel und Medizinprodukte (BfArM) warnt vor dem Kauf und der Einnahme von Schlankheitsprodukten, die als Nahrungsergänzungsmittel im Internet angeboten und vertrieben werden.

Diese Produkte enthalten Inhaltsstoffe, die arzneilich wirken, aber nicht als solche angegeben sind. Für Patientinnen und Patienten sind die chemischen Zusätze in der Regel nicht erkennbar.

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