Symbioflor 2

Informazioni principali

  • Nome commerciale:
  • Symbioflor 2 Sospensione
  • Forma farmaceutica:
  • Sospensione
  • Composizione:
  • escherichia coli viva 15-45 Mio U., excipiens annuncio suspensionem pro 1 ml.
  • Utilizzare per:
  • Esseri umani
  • Tipo di medicina:
  • Farmaco allopatico

Documenti

  • per i professionisti:
  • Il foglio illustrativo per questo prodotto non è al momento disponibile, é possibile inviare una richiesta al nostro Servizio Clienti ed essere avvisati nel momento in cui è disponibile sulla nostra piattaforma.


    Richiedi il foglio illustrativo per i professionisti.

Localizzazione

  • Disponibile in:
  • Symbioflor 2 Sospensione
    Svizzera
  • Lingua:
  • italiano

Informazioni terapeutiche

  • Gruppo terapeutico:
  • Bakterien - und Hefepräparate
  • Area terapeutica:
  • funktionelle Störungen des Magen-Darmtraktes insbesondere Reizdarm (Colon irritabile)

Altre informazioni

Status

  • Fonte:
  • Swissmedic - Swiss Agency for Therapeutic Products
  • Numero dell'autorizzazione:
  • 677
  • Data dell'autorizzazione:
  • 04-10-2005
  • Ultimo aggiornamento:
  • 17-10-2018

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Symbioflor 2

Biomed AG

Che cos'è Symbioflor 2 e quando si usa?

Symbioflor 2 è un immunostimolante (preparato destinato ad incrementare le difese proprie

dell'organismo) e contiene batteri di origine naturale appartenenti al genere Escherichia coli, che

influenzano favorevolmente il sistema immunitario nel tratto intestinale. Symbioflor 2 serve per la

cura di disturbi funzionali del tratto gastrointestinale, specialmente nei casi di colon irritabile.

Quando non si può assumere Symbioflor 2?

In caso di ipersensibilità ad uno dei suoi componenti. Symbioflor 2 non deve essere assunto in

presenza di gravi malattie organiche dell'apparato gastrointestinale, quali infiammazioni della

cistifellea e del pancreas, e in caso di occlusione intestinale. Durante un trattamento antibiotico, non

si può usare Symbioflor 2. Dopo una terapia antibiotica, è necessaria una pausa di almeno 5 giorni

prima di poter usare Symbioflor 2. Durante indisposizioni febbrili acute si dovrebbe interrompere

temporaneamente l'assunzione di Symbioflor 2.

Quando è richiesta prudenza nella somministrazione di Symbioflor 2?

Non sono necessarie precauzioni particolari a condizione che il preparato sia usato correttamente.

Non sono noti effetti sulla capacità di reazione, sulla capacità di condurre un veicolo e sulla capacità

di utilizzare attrezzi o macchine.

Informi il suo medico o il suo farmacista se

·soffre di altre malattie,

·soffre di allergie o

·assume altri medicamenti (anche se acquistati di sua iniziativa!).

Si può assumere Symbioflor 2 durante la gravidanza o l'allattamento?

Se la paziente ha in corso o in programma una gravidanza o se allatta, dovrebbe prendere Symbioflor

2 soltanto su espressa prescrizione del suo medico o del suo farmacista, informato sulla situazione.

Come usare Symbioflor 2?

Istruzioni sulla posologia: Gli adulti all'inizio del trattamento devono assumere 10 gocce 3 volte al

giorno. Entro due settimane la dose dovrà essere aumentata a 20 gocce 3 volte al giorno. Ai bambini

somministrare 1 volta al giorno, all'ora del pasto di mezzogiorno, 10 gocce disciolte in un po'

d'acqua. Scuotere bene il flaconcino di Symbioflor 2 prima dell'uso! Il prodotto si intorbidirà

leggermente. Qualora all'inizio del trattamento comparissero sintomi di flatulenze e di disturbi

addominali, bisognerebbe prendere le gocce di Symbioflor 2 più diluite o in quantità minori, oppure

aumentare più lentamente il numero delle gocce.

Durata del trattamento: La durata della cura dipende dalla gravità dell'indisposizione e può

prolungarsi fino a 8 settimane. Si attenga alla posologia indicata nel foglietto illustrativo o prescritta

dal medico. Se ritiene che l'azione del medicamento sia troppo debole o troppo forte, ne parli al suo

medico o al suo farmacista.

Quali effetti collaterali può avere Symbioflor 2?

Con l'assunzione di Symbioflor 2 possono manifestarsi i seguenti effetti collaterali: All'inizio del

trattamento possono manifestarsi occasionalmente gonfiori al ventre, emissione d'aria o disturbi

addominali.

Se osserva effetti collaterali qui non descritti dovrebbe informarne il suo medico o il suo farmacista.

Di che altro occorre tener conto?

Il medicamento non dev'essere utilizzato oltre la data indicata con «Exp.» sulla confezione.

Symbioflor 2 deve essere conservato nella confezione originale chiusa a temperatura non inferiore a

2 °C e non superiore a 25 °C, e fuori della portata dei bambini. Chiudere bene il flacone subito dopo

l'uso. Il flacone, una volta aperto, va conservato per non oltre 4 settimane nel frigorifero (2 °C –

8 °C). Annotare sul flacone la data della prima apertura. In caso di forte flocculazione della

soluzione, non si dovrebbe più assumere Symbioflor 2. Symbioflor 2 non contiene conservanti e

quindi, in caso d'uso non corretto, è esposto a contaminazioni. Queste si potranno evitare aprendo il

flacone per l'uso molto brevemente e facendone gocciolare il contenuto con cautela. Non toccare il

contagocce con le dita!

Il medico o il farmacista, che sono in possesso di documentazione professionale dettagliata, possono

darle ulteriori informazioni.

Cosa contiene Symbioflor 2?

1 ml (= 14 gocce) di Symbioflor 2 contiene come principio attivo autolisato (sostanze presenti

all'interno delle cellule) e 1,5–4,5× 107 di batteri del genere Escherichia coli e sostanze ausiliarie.

Numero dell'omologazione

00677 (Swissmedic).

Dove è ottenibile Symbioflor 2? Quali confezioni sono disponibili?

In farmacia senza prescrizione medica.

Confezioni con un flacone contagocce da 50 ml.

Titolare dell'omologazione

Biomed AG, Überlandstrasse 199, CH-8600 Dübendorf.

Questo foglietto illustrativo è stato controllato l'ultima volta nel maggio 2005 dall'autorità

competente in materia di medicamenti (Swissmedic).

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