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Abartig: Wieso werden schwangere Frauen mit Sildenafil (Viagra) behandelt?

13. Februar 2019 – Diese Frage haben sich viele Leserinnen und Leser gestellt, als bekannt geworden ist, dass bei einer inzwischen abgebrochenen klinischen Studie in den Niederlanden, in welcher schwangere Frauen mit Sildenafil (Viagra) behandelt wurden, offenbar  neunzehn (19!) Babys gestorben seien. Mehrere werdende Mütter,

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Sitaxentan [Thelin®]: Marktrücknahme

December 11, 2010 – Die Firma Pfizer informiert über die Vertriebseinstellung von Sitaxentan [Thelin®]. Nach zwei Todesfällen infolge Leberversagens hat die Firma  das Arzneimittel Sitaxentan [Thelin®] nicht nur in Deutschland, sondern weltweit vom Markt genommen. Sitaxentan [Thelin®] war seit 2006 in Europa (in Deutschland seit 2007),

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Erektionsstörungen: Gefährliche Potenzmittel aus dem Internet

21. September 2010 – Das Schweizerische Heilmittelinstitut Swissmedic hat gestern den untenstehenden Text betreffend “Potenzmittel aus dem Internet” veröffentlicht. Die Mitteilung spricht für wohl sich!

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20.09.10 –  Swissmedic, Schweizerisches Heilmittelinstitut, hat 120 Proben beschlagnahmter Importe von Erektionsförderern im Labor untersucht. Die untersuchten Potenzmittel waren fast ausnahmslos im Internet bestellt worden.

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