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Immunvermittelte nekrostisierende Myopathie: Eine seltene, jedoch bedrohliche Nebenwirkung unter Statin-Therapie

13. November 2015 – In den letzten Jahren wurden Statine (HMG-CoA-Reduktasehemmer) als ein möglicher Auslöser der seltenen immunvermittelten nekrotisierenden Myopathie (englisch als immune-mediated necrotising myopathy (IMNM) bezeichnet) identifiziert.

Swissmedic (Das Schweizerische Heilmittelinstitut) hat dazu am 21. Oktober 2015 eine sogenannte HPC (Health Profesional Communication) veröffentlicht.

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