Bite-X

Hauptinformation

  • Handelsname:
  • Bite-X flüssig
  • Darreichungsform:
  • flüssig
  • Zusammensetzung:
  • Zucker octaacetas 159 mg, acetonum, ethanolum, ethylcellulosum, povidonum, toluenum, antiox.: E 320, um die Lösung für 1 ml.
  • Verwenden für:
  • Menschen
  • Art der Medizin:
  • Biologische Medizin

Dokumenten

  • Information für medizinisches Fachpersonal:
  • Das Informationsblatt für dieses Produkt ist derzeit nicht verfügbar, können Sie eine Anfrage an unseren Kundendienst zu senden und wir werden Sie benachrichtigen, sobald wir in der Lage, um es zu erhalten.


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Lokalisierung

  • Erhältlich in:
  • Bite-X flüssig
    Schweiz
  • Sprache:
  • Deutsch

Therapeutische Informationen

  • Therapiegruppe:
  • Synthetika
  • Therapiebereich:
  • Gegen Nagelbeissen

Weitere Informationen

Status

  • Quelle:
  • Swissmedic - Swiss Agency for Therapeutic Products
  • Zulassungsnummer:
  • 30945
  • Berechtigungsdatum:
  • 17-02-1965
  • Letzte Änderung:
  • 24-10-2018

Packungsbeilage: zusammensetzung, kinische angaben, nebenwirkungen, wechselwirkungen, dosierung, schwangerschaft, stillzeit

Patienteninformation

Bite-X

DOETSCH GRETHER

Was ist Bite-X und wann wird es angewendet?

Bite-X wird verwendet als Mittel gegen Nagelbeissen und Daumenlutschen.

Finger, die mit Bite-X behandelt werden, schmecken sehr bitter, so dass die Unsitte, den Daumen

oder andere Finger in den Mund zu stecken und zu lutschen oder Nägel zu kauen, verleidet wird.

Wann darf Bite-X nicht angewendet werden?

Bite-X soll nicht angewendet werden bei Säuglingen (unter 1 Jahr), da diese den bitteren Geschmack

oft nicht als unangenehm empfinden.

Wann ist bei der Einnahme/Anwendung von Bite-X Vorsicht geboten?

Bei bestimmungsgemässem Gebrauch sind keine speziellen Vorsichtsmassnahmen nötig.

Informieren Sie Ihren Arzt, Apotheker oder Drogisten bzw. Ihre Ärztin, Apothekerin oder Drogistin,

wenn Sie an anderen Krankheiten leiden, Allergien haben oder andere Arzneimittel (auch

selbstgekaufte!) einnehmen oder äusserlich anwenden.

Darf Bite-X während einer Schwangerschaft oder in der Stillzeit eingenommen/angewendet werden?

Auf Grund der bisherigen Erfahrungen ist bei bestimmungsgemässer Anwendung kein Risiko für das

Kind bekannt. Systematische wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen wurden aber nie durchgeführt.

Vorsichtshalber sollten Sie während der Schwangerschaft und Stillzeit möglichst auf Arzneimittel

verzichten oder den Arzt, Apotheker oder Drogisten bzw. die Ärztin, Apothekerin oder Drogistin um

Rat fragen.

Wie verwenden Sie Bite-X?

Für Erwachsene und Kinder ab 1 Jahr

Eine dünne Lage Bite-X auf und um die Nägel auftragen. Einen Augenblick trocknen lassen. Es

empfiehlt sich, nach einigen Stunden – insbesondere abends vor dem Schlafengehen – die

Behandlung zu wiederholen und mehrere Tage fortzusetzen, bis Nagelbeissen und Daumenlutschen

ausbleiben. Nach Gebrauch Flacon gut verschliessen.

Halten Sie sich an die in der Packungsbeilage angegebene oder vom Arzt oder der Ärztin

verschriebene Dosierung. Wenn Sie glauben, das Arzneimittel wirke zu schwach oder zu stark, so

sprechen Sie mit Ihrem Arzt, Apotheker oder Drogisten bzw. Ihrer Ärztin, Apothekerin oder

Drogistin.

Welche Nebenwirkungen kann Bite-X haben?

Nebenwirkungen sind bis heute keine bekannt.

Wenn Sie trotzdem Nebenwirkungen bemerken, sollten Sie Ihren Arzt, Apotheker oder Drogisten

bzw. Ihre Ärztin, Apothekerin oder Drogistin informieren.

Was ist ferner zu beachten?

Bite-X ist nur für den äusserlichen Gebrauch bestimmt. Das Präparat darf nicht mit den Augen in

Berührung gebracht werden.

Das Arzneimittel darf nur bis zu dem auf dem Behälter mit «EXP» bezeichneten Datum verwendet

werden.

Bei Raumtemperatur (15–25 °C) lagern.

Ausser Reichweite von Kindern aufbewahren.

Was ist in Bite-X enthalten?

1 ml Bite-X enthält:

Wirkstoff: Saccharose-octaacetat 159 mg.

Hilfsstoffe: Aceton, Ethanol, Ethylcellulose, Povidon, Toluol.

Antioxidationsmittel: Butylhydroxyanisol (E320).

Zulassungsnummer

30945 (Swissmedic).

Wo erhalten Sie Bite-X? Welche Packungen sind erhältlich?

In Apotheken und Drogerien, ohne ärztliche Verschreibung.

Packungen: Flasche à 15 ml.

Zulassungsinhaberin

Doetsch Grether AG, 4002 Basel.

Diese Packungsbeilage wurde im November 2003 letztmals durch die Arzneimittelbehörde

(Swissmedic) geprüft.

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