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Notakehl D5, Ampoules

Sanum Kehlbeck

  • 1005


Administration form:  Ampules
Liquid dilution for injection
Preparation Group:  Fungal preparation
Original Enderlein: 
Active ingredient:  Penicillium chrysogenum e volumine cellulae (lyophil., steril.) 5X
Composition:  1 ampule of 1 ml contains: Medically active substance: 1 ml Penicillium chrysogenum e volumine cellulae (lyophil., steril.) 5X aquous dil. Other constituents: isotonic sodium chloride solution.
According to experience, to be administered in cases of:  As with all registered homeopathic remedies, therapeutic indications are not stated.
Application:  Unless otherwise prescribed: 1 ampule of 1 ml to be injected either intramuscularly, subcutaneously, intracutaneously or intravenously, 1-3 x weekly.
Treatment of more than 8 weeks depends on the advice of the physician or health care professional.
Side effects:  Because of specific organic components of Notakehl®, theoretically, hypersensitivity may occur. In this case, discontinue medication and treat symptomatically.
Contraindications:  Do not administer in cases of known hypersensitivity to fungi (Penicillium chrysogenum).
Adverse reactions:  None known.
Interactions with other remedies:  Immunosuppressive drugs can influence the effectivity of Notakehl®. An interval of 4 weeks before and after treatment with orally administered live vaccines must be observed.
Precautions:  As with all medications and due to the variations of clinical studies, professional medical advice should be sought prior to recommending this product to patients with autoimmune diseases, to women during pregnancy or breastfeeding, as well as with children.
Advice:  None.
Additional advice:  Penicillium chrysogenum as an active ingredient is also contained in Nota-Quent.
Duration of treatment:  Dependent on the advice of the physician or health care professional.

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