Lyman 40'000 Mono

Hauptinformation

  • Handelsname:
  • Lyman 40'000 Mono Spray
  • Darreichungsform:
  • Spray
  • Zusammensetzung:
  • heparinum natricum 400 U. I., conserv.: phenoxyethanolum, excipiens ad-Lösung für 1 ml.
  • Verwenden für:
  • Menschen
  • Art der Medizin:
  • Biologische Medizin

Dokumenten

Lokalisierung

  • Erhältlich in:
  • Lyman 40'000 Mono Spray
    Schweiz
  • Sprache:
  • Deutsch

Therapeutische Informationen

  • Therapiegruppe:
  • Synthetika
  • Therapiebereich:
  • Stumpfe Verletzungen, oberflächliche Venenentzündungen

Weitere Informationen

Status

  • Quelle:
  • Swissmedic - Swiss Agency for Therapeutic Products
  • Zulassungsnummer:
  • 55744
  • Berechtigungsdatum:
  • 25-06-2002
  • Letzte Änderung:
  • 25-10-2018

Packungsbeilage

Patienteninformation

Information für Patientinnen und Patienten

Lesen Sie diese Packungsbeilage sorgfältig, denn sie enthält wichtige Informationen.

Dieses Arzneimittel haben Sie entweder persönlich von Ihrem Arzt oder Ihrer Ärztin verschrieben

erhalten, oder Sie haben es ohne ärztliche Verschreibung in der Apotheke oder Drogerie bezogen.

Wenden Sie das Arzneimittel gemäss Packungsbeilage beziehungsweise nach Anweisung des Arztes,

des Apothekers oder des Drogisten bzw. der Ärztin, der Apothekerin oder der Drogistin an, um den

grössten Nutzen zu haben.

Bewahren Sie die Packungsbeilage auf, Sie wollen sie vielleicht später nochmals lesen.

Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray

Was ist Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray und wann wird es angewendet?

Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray ist ein äusserlich anzuwendendes Heparin-Präparat mit gerinnungs-

und entzündungshemmenden Eigenschaften. Sein Wirkstoff fördert den Abbau oberflächlicher

Blutergüsse, wodurch die Gewebespannung und die damit verbundenen Schmerzen nachlassen.

Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray dient zur Behandlung von Beschwerden im Zusammenhang mit

Krampfadern, wie Schmerzen, Schweregefühl, geschwollene Beine (Stauungsödeme). Zusätzlich

wird Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray eingesetzt zur Behandlung stumpfer Sport- und

Unfallverletzungen, wie Blutergüsse, Prellungen, Quetschungen, Zerrungen, Schwellungen,

Schmerzen der Muskeln und Sehnen, zur Auflockerung harter Narben, Narbenpflege und zur

kosmetischen Verbesserung der Narben. Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray wird auf ärztliche

Verordnung auch zur Behandlung von oberflächlichen Thrombosen oder Venenentzündungen

eingesetzt.

Was sollte dazu beachtet werden?

Befolgen Sie die Ratschläge Ihres Arztes oder Ihrer Ärztin, die über die eigentlichen

Dosierungsempfehlungen hinausgehen, z.B. Gymnastik oder das Tragen von Stützstrümpfen.

Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray enthält keine fettenden Bestandteile und greift Stützstrümpfe aus

Gummi nicht an.

Wann darf Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray nicht angewendet werden?

Bei Überempfindlichkeit auf den Wirkstoff Heparin oder einen der Inhaltsstoffe von Lyman®

40’000 Mono Spray. Bei Zweifeln kann die Verträglichkeit vorerst auf einer kleinen Hautfläche

geprüft werden. Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray darf nicht angewendet werden, wenn Sie eine erhöhte

Blutungsneigung haben oder unter einer bestimmten Thrombozytopenie (HIT; Blutplättchenmangel)

gelitten haben.

Wann ist bei der Anwendung von Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray Vorsicht geboten?

Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray soll nur auf intakte Haut aufgesprüht werden, nicht jedoch auf offene

Wunden oder Schleimhäute. Der Kontakt mit den Augen ist zu vermeiden. Bei Venenerkrankungen,

die auf das Vorliegen eines Blutpfropfes (sogenannte Thromboembolie) zurückgehen, darf nicht

massiert werden. Bei längerem Fortbestehen oder bei Verschlechterung der Symptome sollte der

Arzt oder die Ärztin aufgesucht werden. Aufgrund des in Lyman 40 000 Mono Spray enthaltenen

Heparins kann eine Wechselwirkung mit Arzneimitteln, welche die Blutgerinnung hemmen (dazu

gehören neben Arzneimitteln zur Blutverdünnung auch viele Schmerz- und Rheumamittel), nicht

völlig ausgeschlossen werden. Ein daraus folgendes erhöhtes Blutungsrisiko ist jedoch

unwahrscheinlich, da Heparin bei korrekter Anwendung von Lyman 40 000 Mono Spray kaum in

den Blutkreislauf gelangt. Bei gleichzeitiger Anwendung von Lyman 40 000 Mono Spray und den

genannten Arzneimitteln sollten Sie Ihren Arzt bzw. Ihre Ärztin um Rat fragen.

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

wenn Sie

·an andern Krankheiten leiden,

·Allergien haben oder

·andere Arzneimittel (auch selbstgekaufte) einnehmen oder äusserlich anwenden!

Darf Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray während einer Schwangerschaft oder in der Stillzeit angewendet

werden?

Wenn Sie schwanger sind, es werden möchten oder wenn Sie stillen, sollen Sie vorsichtshalber

möglichst auf Arzneimittel verzichten oder den Arzt/die Ärztin um Rat fragen. Für Lyman® 40’000

Mono Spray ist über ein allfälliges Risiko für das ungeborene Kind oder den gestillten Säugling

nichts bekannt.

Wie verwenden Sie Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray?

Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray wird mehrmals täglich auf die schmerzenden Stellen auf die

unversehrte Haut aufgesprüht. Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray wird so aufgesprüht, dass ein

lückenloser Flüssigkeitsfilm die zu behandelnde Stelle bedeckt. Die Anzahl der notwendigen

Sprühstösse variiert deshalb je nach Fläche, in der Regel genügen 5–7 Stösse. Die Sprayflasche ist so

konzipiert, dass sie auch funktioniert, wenn der Spraykopf nach unten schaut, weshalb auch die

Unterschenkel gut besprüht werden können.

Die Dauer der Anwendung ist nicht begrenzt, doch sollte bei längerem Fortbestehen oder

Verschlechterung der Beschwerden der Arzt oder die Ärztin um Rat gefragt werden. Die Anwendung

und Sicherheit von Lyman 40 000 Mono Spray bei Kindern und Jugendlichen ist bisher nicht geprüft

worden.

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. mit Ihrer Ärztin, Apothekerin oder

Drogistin.

Welche Nebenwirkungen kann Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray haben?

Folgende Nebenwirkungen können bei der Anwendung von Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray auftreten:

Überempfindlichkeiten der Haut auf Inhaltsstoffe von Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray können auf-

treten. In diesen Fällen sollte das Präparat nicht mehr angewendet werden.

Wenn Sie Nebenwirkungen bemerken, die hier nicht beschrieben sind, sollten Sie Ihren Arzt oder

Apotheker bzw. Ihre Ärztin oder Apothekerin informieren.

Was ist ferner zu beachten?

Vor Wärme schützen. Bei Raumtemperatur (15 – 25°C) lagern. Das Arzneimittel darf nur bis zu dem

auf dem Behälter mit «EXP» bezeichneten Datum verwendet werden. Es ist für Kinder unerreichbar

aufzubewahren. Weitere Auskünfte erteilt Ihnen Ihr Arzt, Apotheker oder Drogist bzw. Ihre Ärztin,

Apothekerin oder Drogistin. Diese Personen verfügen über die ausführliche Fachinformation.

Was ist in Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray enthalten?

1 ml Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray enthält:

Wirkstoff: 400 U.I. Heparinum natricum

Hilfsstoffe: Konservierungsmittel Phenoxyethanol sowie weitere Hilfsstoffe.

Zulassungsnummer

55‘744 (Swissmedic)

Wo erhalten Sie Lyman® 40’000 Mono Spray? Welche Packungen sind erhältlich?

In Apotheken und Drogerien, ohne ärztliche Verschreibung

Flaschen zu 100 ml.

Zulassungsinhaberin

Drossapharm AG, 4002 Basel

Diese Packungsbeilage wurde im Juni 2007 letztmals durch die Arzneimittelbehörde (Swissmedic)

geprüft.

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Ladyfingers Gourmet to Go Voluntarily Recalls Signature Shaved Country Ham Rolls Due to Possible Health Risk

Ladyfingers Gourmet to Go Voluntarily Recalls Signature Shaved Country Ham Rolls Due to Possible Health Risk

Ladyfingers Caterers is voluntarily recalling its Signature Shaved Country Ham Rolls as a result of the Johnston County Hams recall. The rolls were made with ham produced by Johnston County Hams, which recently initiated a recall of its ham products due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes. Listeria monocytogenes can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Although healthy individuals may suffer onl...

FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

5-10-2018

Callie's Charleston Biscuits Issues Voluntary Product Recall for Country Ham Biscuits and Cocktail Ham Biscuits Produced Using Johnston County Hams

Callie's Charleston Biscuits Issues Voluntary Product Recall for Country Ham Biscuits and Cocktail Ham Biscuits Produced Using Johnston County Hams

Johnston County Hams, Inc. issued a voluntary recall on October 3, 2018 for approximately 89,096 pounds of ready-to-eat ham products due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes. In response, Callie's Charleston Biscuits, LLC is issuing a voluntary product recall for two products that may contain the potentially affected Johnston County Hams.

FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

5-10-2018

Working Cow Homemade, Inc. Recalls Product Because of Possible Health Risk

Working Cow Homemade, Inc. Recalls Product Because of Possible Health Risk

Working Cow Homemade Ice Cream, Inc. of St. Petersburg, FL is conducting a voluntary recall of No Sugar Added Vanilla and No Sugar Added Chocolate ice cream manufactured in three-gallon tubs during the month of May 2018. The recall is being conducted due to a potential contamination with Listeria monocytogenes, an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Although healthy individuals may suffer only...

FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

16-11-2018

Daptomycin Hospira (Hospira UK Limited)

Daptomycin Hospira (Hospira UK Limited)

Daptomycin Hospira (Active substance: daptomycin) - Centralised - Transfer Marketing Authorisation Holder - Commission Decision (2018)7678 of Fri, 16 Nov 2018 European Medicines Agency (EMA) procedure number: EMEA/H/C/004310/T/0008

Europe -DG Health and Food Safety

16-11-2018

Doloproct® 1 mg + 40 mg Zäpfchen

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16-11-2018

Urocin® 40 mg

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13-11-2018

CEPROTIN 1000 I.E.

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1-11-2018

Zolvix (Elanco GmbH)

Zolvix (Elanco GmbH)

Zolvix (Active substance: monepantel) - Centralised - Transfer Marketing Authorisation Holder - Commission Decision (2018)7383 of Thu, 01 Nov 2018 European Medicines Agency (EMA) procedure number: EMEA/V/C/000154/T/0024

Europe -DG Health and Food Safety

31-10-2018

Zodin® Omega-3 1000 mg Weichkapseln

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30-10-2018

EU/3/18/2076 (Orphan Europe S.A.R.L.)

EU/3/18/2076 (Orphan Europe S.A.R.L.)

EU/3/18/2076 (Active substance: Glycine, L-alanine, L-arginine, L-aspartic acid, L-cysteine, L-cystine, L-glutamic acid, L-histidine, L-lysine monohydrate, L-methionine, L-phenylalanine, L-proline, L-serine, L-threonine, L-tryptophan, L-tyrosine, taurine) - Orphan designation - Commission Decision (2018)7277 of Tue, 30 Oct 2018 European Medicines Agency (EMA) procedure number: EMA/OD/100/18

Europe -DG Health and Food Safety

29-10-2018

Xtandi™ 40 mg Weichkapseln

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25-10-2018

Vancomycin Lyomark 1000 mg Pulver

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25-10-2018

REBETOL 40 mg/ml Lösung zum Einnehmen

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24-10-2018

Nebido® 1000 mg Injektionslösung

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23-10-2018

Dexa Loscon® mono

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22-10-2018

BeneFIX® 250/500/1000/2000/3000 I.E.

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22-10-2018

Tannolact® 40% Badezusatz

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18-10-2018

Kivexa (ViiV Healthcare BV)

Kivexa (ViiV Healthcare BV)

Kivexa (Active substance: abacavir / Lamivudine) - Centralised - Transfer Marketing Authorisation Holder - Commission Decision (2018)6924 of Thu, 18 Oct 2018 European Medicines Agency (EMA) procedure number: EMEA/H/C/000581/T/0076

Europe -DG Health and Food Safety