OMEPRAZOLE Set

Information principale

  • Nom commercial:
  • OMEPRAZOLE Set 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante
  • Dosage:
  • 10 mg
  • forme pharmaceutique:
  • gélule
  • Composition:
  • composition pour une gélule > oméprazole : 10 mg
  • Mode d'administration:
  • orale
  • Unités en paquet:
  • flacon(s) polyéthylène haute densité (PEHD) de 14 gélule(s)
  • Type d'ordonnance:
  • liste II
  • Utiliser pour:
  • Humains
  • Type medicin:
  • médicament allopathique

Documents

Localisation

  • Disponible en:
  • OMEPRAZOLE Set 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante
    France
  • Langue:
  • français

Information thérapeutique

  • Domaine thérapeutique:
  • INHIBITEURS DE LA POMPE A PROTONS
  • Descriptif du produit:
  • 366 730-2 ou 4009 366 730 2 1 - flacon(s) polyéthylène haute densité (PEHD) de 14 gélule(s) - Déclaration de commercialisation non communiquée:;366 731-9 ou 4009 366 731 9 9 - flacon(s) polyéthylène haute densité (PEHD) de 28 gélule(s) - Déclaration de commercialisation non communiquée:;566 506-9 ou 4009 566 506 9 9 - flacon(s) polyéthylène haute densité (PEHD) de 50 gélule(s) - Déclaration de commercialisation non communiquée:;

Autres informations

Statut

  • Source:
  • ANSM - Agence Nationale de Sécurité du Médicament et des Produits de Santé
  • Statut de autorisation:
  • Archivée
  • Numéro d'autorisation:
  • 63782842
  • Date de l'autorisation:
  • 22-02-2005
  • Dernière mise à jour:
  • 11-08-2017

Notice: composition, indications thérapeutiques, interactions, posologie, effets indésirable, grossesse, allaitement

NOTICE

ANSM - Mis à jour le : 23/02/2007

Dénomination du médicament

OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante

Encadré

Veuillez lire attentivement l'intégralité de cette notice avant de prendre ce médicament.

Gardez cette notice, vous pourriez avoir besoin de la relire.

Si vous avez toute autre question, si vous avez un doute, demandez plus d'informations à votre médecin ou à votre

pharmacien.

Ce médicament vous a été personnellement prescrit. Ne le donnez jamais à quelqu'un d'autre, même en cas de symptômes

identiques, cela pourrait lui être nocif.

Si l'un des effets indésirables devient grave ou si vous remarquez un effet indésirable non mentionné dans cette notice,

parlez-en à votre médecin ou à votre pharmacien.

Sommaire notice

Dans cette notice :

1. QU'EST-CE QUE OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante ET DANS QUELS CAS EST-IL UTILISE ?

2. QUELLES SONT LES INFORMATIONS A CONNAITRE AVANT DE PRENDRE OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule

gastro-résistante ?

3. COMMENT PRENDRE OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante ?

4. QUELS SONT LES EFFETS INDESIRABLES EVENTUELS ?

5. COMMENT CONSERVER OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante ?

6. INFORMATIONS SUPPLEMENTAIRES

1. QU'EST-CE QUE OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante ET DANS QUELS CAS EST-IL UTILISE ?

Classe pharmacothérapeutique

Ce médicament diminue la sécrétion acide au niveau de l'estomac.

Indications thérapeutiques

Il est indiqué :

Chez l'adulte :

Dans le traitement symptomatique du reflux gastro-œsophagien (brûlures et remontées acides) associé ou non à une

œsophagite, en cas de résistance ou d'inadaptation des traitements de 1

ère

intention (conseils hygiéno-diététiques,

antiacides, alginates).

Dans la prévention des rechutes de certaines œsophagites.

Dans la prévention des rechutes de certains ulcères duodénaux.

Chez l'enfant à partir de 1 an :

Dans le traitement de l'œsophagite par reflux.

2. QUELLES SONT LES INFORMATIONS A CONNAITRE AVANT DE PRENDRE OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule

gastro-résistante ?

Liste des informations nécessaires avant la prise du médicament

Sans objet.

Contre-indications

Ne prenez jamais OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante en cas d'allergie connue à l'un des composants

de ce médicament (voir Informations supplémentaires).

Précautions d'emploi ; mises en garde spéciales

Faites attention avec OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante:

En raison de la présence de saccharose, ce médicament ne doit pas être utilisé en cas d'intolérance au fructose, de

syndrome de malabsorption du glucose et du galactose, ou de déficit en sucrase-isomaltase (maladies métaboliques rares).

Utiliser ce médicament AVEC PRECAUTION en cas d'affections chroniques du foie.

Interactions avec d'autres médicaments

Prise ou utilisation d'autres médicaments

Veuillez indiquer à votre médecin ou à votre pharmacien si vous prenez ou avez pris récemment un autre médicament,

même s'il s'agit d'un médicament obtenu sans ordonnance.

Interactions avec les aliments et les boissons

Sans objet.

Interactions avec les produits de phytothérapie ou thérapies alternatives

Sans objet.

Utilisation pendant la grossesse et l'allaitement

Grossesse et allaitement

Ce médicament ne sera utilisé pendant la grossesse que sur les conseils de votre médecin.

Si vous découvrez que vous êtes enceinte pendant le traitement, consultez votre médecin car lui seul peut juger de la

nécessité de le poursuivre.

En raison du passage du médicament dans le lait, l'allaitement est à éviter.

Demandez conseil à votre médecin ou à votre pharmacien avant de prendre tout médicament.

Sportifs

Sans objet.

Effets sur l'aptitude à conduire des véhicules ou à utiliser des machines

Sans objet.

Liste des excipients à effet notoire

Liste des excipients à effet notoire: saccharose.

3. COMMENT PRENDRE OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante ?

Instructions pour un bon usage

Sans objet.

Posologie, Mode et/ou voie(s) d'administration, Fréquence d'administration et Durée du traitement

Posologie

Chez l'adulte

Traitement symptomatique du reflux gastro-œsophagien : 1 à 2 gélules par jour.

Traitement d'entretien des œsophagites : 1 à 2 gélules par jour.

Traitement d'entretien des ulcères duodénaux : 1 à 2 gélules par jour.

Chez l'enfant

Traitement de l'œsophagite : 1 mg/kg/jour pendant 4 à 8 semaines, soit :

Enfant de 10 à 20 kg : 1 à 2 gélules par jour.

Enfant de plus de 20 kg : 2 gélules par jour.

DANS TOUS LES CAS, SE CONFORMER STRICTEMENT A L'ORDONNANCE DE VOTRE MEDECIN.

Si vous avez l'impression que l'effet de OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante est trop fort ou trop faible,

consultez votre médecin ou votre pharmacien.

Mode d'administration

Voie orale.

Les gélules sont à avaler avec un demi-verre d'eau, au cours d'un repas ou à jeun.

Chez les enfants de moins de 6 ans (en raison du risque de fausse-route) et les enfants ne pouvant pas avaler les gélules,

celles-ci doivent être ouvertes et mélangées à un aliment légèrement acide, tels que : yaourt, jus d'orange, compote de

pommes...

Symptômes et instructions en cas de surdosage

Si vous avez pris plus de OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante que vous n'auriez dû : en cas

d'absorption massive, prévenir immédiatement votre médecin.

Instructions en cas d'omission d'une ou de plusieurs doses

Si vous oubliez de prendre OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante : ne prenez ou ne donnez pas de dose

double pour compenser la dose que vous avez oublié de prendre ou de donner.

Risque de syndrome de sevrage

Sans objet.

4. QUELS SONT LES EFFETS INDESIRABLES EVENTUELS ?

Description des effets indésirables

Comme tous les médicaments, OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante est susceptible d'avoir des effets

indésirables, bien que tout le monde n'y soit pas sujet.

Des cas de diarrhée, constipation, douleurs abdominales, nausées et/ou vomissements, maux de tête et vertiges ont été

rapportés ; de même des éruptions cutanées, des urticaires ou des démangeaisons isolés ont été signalés.

De rares cas de confusion mentale réversible pouvant être associée à une agitation ou des hallucinations ont été observés,

particulièrement chez des patients âgés ou insuffisants hépatiques.

Des cas isolés de diminution du nombre des cellules sanguines (globules rouges, globules blancs, plaquettes) ont été

notés.

Des cas isolés d'élévation réversible des transaminases (enzymes du foie), de très rares cas d'atteintes hépatiques aiguës

s'accompagnant exceptionnellement d'une insuffisance hépatique ont été observés.

De rares cas de gynécomastie (gonflement des seins chez l'homme) ont été signalés.

De rares cas d'élévation de la créatinine ou d'insuffisance rénale généralement dus à une néphrite interstitielle ont été

observés.

D'exceptionnelles diminutions du taux de sodium dans le sang ont été signalées, en particulier chez le sujet âgé.

De très rares cas de photosensibilisation, d'érythème polymorphe, de syndrome de Stevens-Johnson et de syndrome de

Lyell ont été observés.

Si vous remarquez des effets indésirables non mentionnés dans cette notice, ou si certains effets indésirables deviennent

graves, veuillez en informer votre médecin ou votre pharmacien.

5. COMMENT CONSERVER OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante ?

Tenir hors de la portée et de la vue des enfants.

Date de péremption

Ne pas utiliser OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante après la date de péremption mentionnée sur la boîte, le

flacon.

Conditions de conservation

A conserver à une température ne dépassant pas +30°C.

Si nécessaire, mises en garde contre certains signes visibles de détérioration

Les médicaments ne doivent pas être jetés au tout à l'égout ou avec les ordures ménagères. Demandez à votre pharmacien

ce qu'il faut faire des médicaments inutilisés. Ces mesures permettront de protéger l'environnement.

6. INFORMATIONS SUPPLEMENTAIRES

Liste complète des substances actives et des excipients

Que contient OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante ?

La substance active est:

Oméprazole ....................................................................................................................................... 10 mg

Pour une gélule gastro-résistante.

Les autres composants sont:

Saccharose, amidon de maïs, hypromellose (E464), diméticone, polysorbate 80, mannitol, monoglycérides diacétylés, talc,

copolymère d'acide méthacrylique et d'acrylate d'éthyle (1 :1), citrate de triéthyle, macrogolglycérides stéariques.

Enveloppe de la gélule : gélatine, dioxyde de titane (E171), oxyde de fer jaune (E172), oxyde de fer noir (E172).

Forme pharmaceutique et contenu

Qu'est-ce que OMEPRAZOLE SET 10 mg, gélule gastro-résistante et contenu de l'emballage extérieur ?

Ce médicament se présente sous forme de gélule gastro-résistante. Flacon de 14, 28 ou 50.

Nom et adresse du titulaire de l'autorisation de mise sur le marché et du titulaire de l'autorisation de fabrication responsable

de la libération des lots, si différent

Titulaire

BIOGARAN

15, boulevard Charles de Gaulle

92700 - Colombes

Exploitant

BIOGARAN

15 boulevard Charles de Gaulle

92707 COLOMBES CEDEX

Fabricant

ETHYPHARM

CHEMIN DE LA POUDRIERE

76120 GRAND QUEVILLY

JANSSEN CILAG S.A.

DOMAINE DE MAIGREMONT

27100 VAL DE REUIL

Noms du médicament dans les Etats membres de l'Espace Economique Européen

Sans objet.

Date d’approbation de la notice

La dernière date à laquelle cette notice a été approuvée est le {date}.

AMM sous circonstances exceptionnelles

Sans objet.

Informations Internet

Des informations détaillées sur ce médicament sont disponibles sur le site Internet de l’Afssaps (France).

Informations réservées aux professionnels de santé

Sans objet.

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Signature of the framework agreement for the ESA Platform: strengthening epidemiological surveillance in animal health

Signature of the framework agreement for the ESA Platform: strengthening epidemiological surveillance in animal health

The signing of the new framework agreement for the Epidemiological Surveillance Platform for Animal Health (ESA Platform) on 20 June 2018 by the Director General for Food in the presence of Roger Genet, Director General of ANSES, and eight other members, signals a new departure for this platform, which has demonstrated its usefulness and effectiveness ever since it was set up in October 2011.  

France - Agence Nationale du Médicament Vétérinaire

28-5-2018

Rona recalls the patio dining set - Marroco

Rona recalls the patio dining set - Marroco

The product could be affected by an assembly defect that could result in broken chair legs, which present a fall hazard for consumers.

Health Canada

23-5-2018

Ten Thousand Villages Canada recalls Choo-Choo Train & Blocks Set

Ten Thousand Villages Canada recalls Choo-Choo Train & Blocks Set

Health Canada's sampling and evaluation program has determined that the recalled toy does not meet the Canadian safety requirements for toys. The numbered blocks are small parts and the toy may further break apart exposing more small parts, posing a choking hazard for young children.

Health Canada

22-5-2018

Statement from FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D., on new FDA actions to keep consumers safe from the harmful effects of sun exposure, and ensure the long-term safety and benefits of sunscreens

Statement from FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D., on new FDA actions to keep consumers safe from the harmful effects of sun exposure, and ensure the long-term safety and benefits of sunscreens

The FDA is announcing three new efforts as part of a comprehensive set of actions to advance the FDA’s framework for sun protection products ahead of this coming summer

FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

22-5-2018

HeartMate 3™ Left Ventricular Assist System: Class I Recall - Due to Potential Malfunction that may Lead to Graft Occlusion

HeartMate 3™ Left Ventricular Assist System: Class I Recall - Due to Potential Malfunction that may Lead to Graft Occlusion

The class I recall is due to a malfunction in the device’s outflow graft assembly that may cause the outflow graft to twist and close up (occlusion) over time. Occlusion of the outflow graft can reduce or stop pump flow and set off a persistent low flow alarm in the system. A reduction in pump can lead to serious adverse events such as blood clots and death.

FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

21-11-2018

EU/3/18/2101 (TMC Pharma Services Ltd)

EU/3/18/2101 (TMC Pharma Services Ltd)

EU/3/18/2101 (Active substance: Setmelanotide) - Orphan designation - Commission Decision (2018)7811 of Wed, 21 Nov 2018 European Medicines Agency (EMA) procedure number: EMA/OD/143/18

Europe -DG Health and Food Safety

20-11-2018

#FDA has set important new goal when it comes to device safety: ensuring that we’re consistently first in the world to identify and act upon device safety signals to protect patients.  https://go.usa.gov/xPAf7 pic.twitter.com/IATHeEUgHe

#FDA has set important new goal when it comes to device safety: ensuring that we’re consistently first in the world to identify and act upon device safety signals to protect patients. https://go.usa.gov/xPAf7 pic.twitter.com/IATHeEUgHe

#FDA has set important new goal when it comes to device safety: ensuring that we’re consistently first in the world to identify and act upon device safety signals to protect patients. https://go.usa.gov/xPAf7  pic.twitter.com/IATHeEUgHe

FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

2-10-2018

Nexium Control (Pfizer Healthcare Ireland)

Nexium Control (Pfizer Healthcare Ireland)

Nexium Control (Active substance: esomeprazole) - Centralised - Transfer Marketing Authorisation Holder - Commission Decision (2018)6474 of Tue, 02 Oct 2018 European Medicines Agency (EMA) procedure number: EMEA/H/C/002618/T/0023

Europe -DG Health and Food Safety

22-8-2018

BTVPUR (Merial)

BTVPUR (Merial)

BTVPUR (Active substance: Bluetongue virus vaccine (inactivated) (multistrain: 1-2 strains out of a set of 4)) - Centralised - 2-Monthly update - Commission Decision (2018)5630 of Wed, 22 Aug 2018 European Medicines Agency (EMA) procedure number: EMEA/V/C/2231/II/10

Europe -DG Health and Food Safety

27-6-2018

Nexium Control (Pfizer Consumer Healthcare Limited)

Nexium Control (Pfizer Consumer Healthcare Limited)

Nexium Control (Active substance: esomeprazole) - Centralised - Renewal - Commission Decision (2018) 4111 of Wed, 27 Jun 2018 European Medicines Agency (EMA) procedure number: EMEA/H/C/2618/R/21

Europe -DG Health and Food Safety