Veral

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  • Nazwa własna:
  • Veral 10 mg/g (1%) żel
  • Dawkowanie:
  • 10 mg/g (1%)
  • Forma farmaceutyczna:
  • żel
  • Używać do:
  • Ludzie
  • Typ medycyny:
  • alopatycznych narkotyków

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  • Język:
  • polski

Informacje terapeutyczne

  • Podsumowanie produktu:
  • 1 op. 55 g, 5909990797813, OTC; 1 op. 100 g, 5909991027605, OTC

Inne informacje

Status

  • Źródło:
  • Urząd Rejestracji Produktów Leczniczych, Wyrobów Medycznych i Produktów Biobójczych
  • Numer pozwolenia:
  • 07978
  • Ostatnia aktualizacja:
  • 17-03-2018

Ulotkę dla pacjenta: substancji czynnych, wskazania, dawkowanie, interakcje, działania niepożądane, ciąża, laktacja

Ulotka dołączona do opakowania: informacja dla pacjenta

Veral, 10 mg/g (1%), żel

Diclofenacum natricum

Należy uważnie zapoznać się z treścią ulotki przed zastosowaniem leku, ponieważ zawiera ona

informacje ważne dla pacjenta.

Lek ten należy zawsze stosować dokładnie tak, jak to opisano w ulotce dla pacjenta lub według zaleceń

lekarza lub farmaceuty.

Należy zachować tę ulotkę, aby w razie potrzeby móc ją ponownie przeczytać.

Jeśli potrzebna jest rada lub dodatkowa informacja, należy zwrócić się do farmaceuty.

Jeśli u pacjenta wystąpią jakiekolwiek objawy niepożądane, w tym wszelkie możliwe objawy

niepożądane niewymienione w ulotce, należy powiedzieć o tym lekarzowi lub farmaceucie.

Patrz punkt 4.

Jeśli po upływie 7 dni nie nastąpiła poprawa lub pacjent czuje się gorzej, należy skontaktować się

z lekarzem.

Spis treści ulotki

Co to jest Veral i w jakim celu się go stosuje

Informacje ważne przed zastosowaniem leku Veral

Jak stosować Veral

Możliwe działania niepożądane

Jak przechowywać Veral

Zawartość opakowania i inne informacje

1.

Co to jest Veral i w jakim celu się go stosuje

Lek Veral jest przezroczystym żelem przeznaczonym do wcierania w skórę. Substancja czynna leku -

diklofenak należy do grupy leków znanych, jako niesteroidowe leki przeciwzapalne (NLPZ). Ze względu na

wodno-alkoholowe podłoże Veral wykazuje również działanie kojące i chłodzące.

Lek działa przeciwbólowo, przeciwzapalnie i przeciwobrzękowo.

Stosowany jest w miejscowym leczeniu:

Dorośli i młodzież powyżej 14 lat:

pourazowych stanów zapalnych ścięgien, więzadeł, mięśni i stawów (np. powstałych wskutek skręceń,

nadwyrężeń lub stłuczeń)

bólu pleców

ograniczonych stanów zapalnych tkanek miękkich takich, jak: zapalenie ścięgien, łokieć tenisisty,

zapalenie torebki stawowej, zapalenie okołostawowe.

Dorośli (powyżej 18 lat)

ograniczonych i łagodnych postaci choroby zwyrodnieniowej stawów

2.

Informacje ważne przed zastosowaniem leku Veral

Kiedy nie stosować leku Veral

jeśli pacjent ma uczulenie na substancję czynną lub którykolwiek z pozostałych składników tego leku

(wymienionych w punkcie 6).

jeśli u pacjenta kiedykolwiek w przeszłości wystąpiła reakcja uczuleniowa (np. wysypka, trudności

w oddychaniu lub napad kaszlu) po zastosowaniu leków zawierających kwas acetylosalicylowy,

ibuprofen, lub po innych lekach używanych w leczeniu bólu stawów i mięśni.

w trzecim trymestrze ciąży.

u osób poniżej 14 lat.

Leku nie wolno stosować w trzecim trymestrze ciąży.

Nie stosować u dzieci i młodzieży w wieku poniżej 14 lat.

Ostrzeżenia i środki ostrożności

należy

stosować

leku

uszkodzoną

skórę,

otwarte

rany,

wypryski.

Należy

zaprzestać

stosowania leku, jeśli po jego użyciu pojawi się wysypka skórna.

Należy unikać stosowania leku na duże powierzchnie skóry oraz przez długi okres czasu, jeśli nie

zostało to zalecone przez lekarza.

Lek Veral jest przeznaczony do użytku zewnętrznego. Nie należy go stosować w jamie ustnej. Po

użyciu należy umyć ręce. Należy unikać kontaktu żelu z oczami. Jeżeli lek dostanie się do oczu,

należy przemyć je czystą wodą i skontaktować się z lekarzem lub farmaceutą.

Jednoczesne bandażowanie zwykle stosowane w przypadku skręceń może być stosowane, ale nie

mogą to być nieprzepuszczające powietrza bandaże.

Veral a inne leki

Należy powiedzieć lekarzowi lub farmaceucie o wszystkich lekach przyjmowanych przez pacjenta obecnie

lub ostatnio, a także o lekach, które pacjent planuje stosować.

Po podaniu miejscowym nie stwierdzono istotnych klinicznie interakcji.

Dzieci i młodzież

Ponieważ dane dotyczące skuteczności i bezpieczeństwa stosowania u dzieci i młodzieży poniżej 14 lat są

niewystarczające, nie wolno stosować leku Veral w tej grupie wiekowej.

U młodzieży powyżej 14 lat, w razie konieczności stosowania leku przez dłużej niż 7 dni w leczeniu bólu lub

w przypadku pogorszenia się objawów, pacjent powinien skontaktować się z lekarzem.

Ciąża, karmienie piersią i wpływ na płodność

Jeśli pacjentka jest w ciąży lub karmi piersią, przypuszcza się że może być w ciąży lub gdy planuje mieć

dziecko powinna poradzić się lekarza przed zastosowaniem tego leku.

Leku Veral nie wolno stosować w czasie trzech ostatnich miesięcy ciąży, ponieważ może on wywierać

szkodliwy wpływ na nienarodzone dziecko lub powodować trudności podczas porodu. Podczas pierwszych

sześciu miesięcy ciąży Veral należy stosować tylko na zalecenie lekarza, przy czym zastosowana dawka

powinna być możliwie najmniejsza, a czas trwania terapii jak najkrótszy.

Podczas karmienia piersią Veral może być stosowany jedynie na zalecenie lekarza, ponieważ diklofenak

przenika do mleka matki w niewielkich ilościach. W takim przypadku leku nie należy nakładać na piersi

karmiących kobiet, ani też na duże powierzchnie skóry lub długotrwale.

W przypadku jakichkolwiek dalszych wątpliwości dotyczących stosowania leku Veral u kobiet ciężarnych

lub karmiących piersią należy zasięgnąć porady lekarza lub farmaceuty.

Prowadzenie pojazdów i obsługiwanie maszyn

Lek nie wpływa na zdolność prowadzenia pojazdów i obsługiwania maszyn.

3.

Jak stosować Veral

Ten lek należy zawsze stosować dokładnie tak, jak to opisano w ulotce dla pacjenta lub według zaleceń

lekarza lub farmaceuty. W razie wątpliwości należy zwrócić się do lekarza lub farmaceuty.

Veral należy stosować miejscowo na skórę trzy lub cztery razy na dobę delikatnie wcierając. Ilość żelu

należy

dostosować

rozmiarów

miejsca

zmienionego

chorobowo:

leku

Veral

(ilość

odpowiadająca wielkości od owocu wiśni do orzecha włoskiego) są wystarczające do leczenia obszaru o

powierzchni około 400 cm

do 800 cm

. Po zastosowaniu leku należy umyć ręce chyba, że to właśnie one są

miejscem leczonym.

Nie należy stosować leku dłużej niż:

U dorosłych i młodzieży powyżej 14 lat: 14 dni w przypadku urazów mięśni i stawów (skręcenia,

nadwerężenia lub stłuczenia) i zapalenia ścięgien.

U dorosłych (powyżej 18 lat): 21 dni w przypadku bólu związanego z chorobą zwyrodnieniową

stawów, o ile lekarz nie zaleci inaczej.

Jeżeli ból i obrzęk nie ustępują w ciągu 7 dni lub nastąpi pogorszenie, należy skontaktować się z lekarzem.

Pominięcie zastosowania leku Veral

Nie należy stosować dawki podwójnej w celu uzupełnienia pominiętej dawki.

Zastosowanie większej niż zalecana dawki leku Veral

Należy natychmiast skontaktować się z lekarzem w razie użycia nadmiernej ilości leku Veral lub

przypadkowego połknięcia.

4.

Możliwe działania niepożądane

Jak każdy lek, lek ten może powodować działania niepożądane, chociaż nie u każdego one wystąpią.

Niektóre działania niepożądane występujące rzadko lub bardzo rzadko mogą być ciężkie.

W przypadku wystąpienia któregokolwiek z wymienionych objawów, które mogą być objawami

uczulenia, należy natychmiast zaprzestać stosowania leku, skontaktować się z lekarzem lub zgłosić się

do najbliższego szpitala:

Rzadko (występują mniej niż u 1 do 10 na 10 000 osób stosujących lek): Wysypka skórna z

pęcherzykami, łuszczeniem się skóry, uczuciem pieczenia;.

Bardzo rzadko (występują mniej niż u 1 na 10 000 osób stosujących lek): Sapanie, spłycony oddech

lub uczucie ucisku w klatce piersiowej (astma); obrzęk twarzy, ust, języka lub krtani; pokrzywka.

Inne działania niepożądane

Inne działania niepożądane, które mogą wystąpić podczas stosowania leku Veral są zazwyczaj łagodne,

nieszkodliwe i przemijające. W przypadku wystąpienia wymienionych objawów należy, tak szybko jak to

możliwe, poinformować lekarza lub farmaceutę.

Często (występują mniej niż u 1 do 10 na 100 osób stosujących lek): Wysypka skórna, świąd,

zaczerwienienie lub pieczenie skóry.

Bardzo rzadko (występują mniej niż u 1 na 10 000 osób stosujących lek): zwiększona wrażliwość

skóry na światło słoneczne. Objawami nadwrażliwości są oparzenia słoneczne ze świądem,

obrzękiem i pęcherzami.

Zgłaszanie działań niepożądanych

Jeśli wystąpią jakiekolwiek objawy niepożądane, w tym wszelkie objawy niepożądane niewymienione

w ulotce, należy powiedzieć o tym lekarzowi lub farmaceucie. Działania niepożądane można zgłaszać

bezpośrednio do Departamentu Monitorowania Niepożądanych Działań Produktów Leczniczych Urzędu

Rejestracji Produktów Leczniczych, Wyrobów Medycznych i Produktów Biobójczych, Al. Jerozolimskie

181C, 02 - 222 Warszawa, tel.: + 48 22 49 21 301, faks: + 48 22 49 21 309, e-mail: ndl@urpl.gov.pl.

Działania niepożądane można zgłaszać również podmiotowi odpowiedzialnemu lub przedstawicielowi

podmiotu odpowiedzialnego w Polsce.

Dzięki zgłaszaniu działań niepożądanych można będzie zgromadzić więcej informacji na temat

bezpieczeństwa stosowania leku.

5.

Jak przechowywać Veral

Przechowywać w oryginalnym opakowaniu w celu ochrony przed światłem.

Lek należy przechowywać w miejscu niewidocznym i niedostępnym dla dzieci.

Nie stosować tego leku po upływie terminu ważności zamieszczonego na pudełku tekturowym po: „Termin

ważności (EXP)” i tubie po: „EXP”. Termin ważności oznacza ostatni dzień podanego miesiąca.

Leków nie należy wyrzucać do kanalizacji ani domowych pojemników na odpadki. Należy zapytać

farmaceutę, jak usunąć leki, których się już nie używa. Takie postępowanie pomoże chronić środowisko.

6.

Zawartość opakowania i inne informacje

Co zawiera Veral

Substancją czynną leku jest diklofenak sodowy. 1 g żelu zawiera 10 mg diklofenaku sodowego.

Pozostałe składniki to: alkohol etylowy 96%, alkohol izopropylowy, amonowego wodorotlenku

roztwór 10%, karbomer, woda oczyszczona.

Jak wygląda lek Veral i co zawiera opakowanie

Jednorodny, bezbarwny, przejrzysty żel o charakterystycznym zapachu alkoholu.

Wielkość opakowania: 55 g żelu, 100 g żelu.

Podmiot odpowiedzialny

Herbacos Recordati s.r.o., Pardubice, Štrossova 239, PSČ 53003, Republika Czeska

Wytwórca

Saneca Pharmaceuticals a.s., Nitrianska 100, Hlohovec 920 27, Republika Słowacji

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Epidemiological analyses of African swine fever in the European Union (November 2017 until November 2018)

Epidemiological analyses of African swine fever in the European Union (November 2017 until November 2018)

Published on: Thu, 29 Nov 2018 This update on the African swine fever (ASF) outbreaks in the EU demonstrated that out of all tested wild boar found dead, the proportion of positive samples peaked in winter and summer. For domestic pigs only, a summer peak was evident. Despite the existence of several plausible factors that could result in the observed seasonality, there is no evidence to prove causality. Wild boar density was the most influential risk factor for the occurrence of ASF in wild boar. In th...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

30-11-2018

Understanding ASF spread and emergency control concepts in wild boar populations using individual‐based modelling and spatio‐temporal surveillance data

Understanding ASF spread and emergency control concepts in wild boar populations using individual‐based modelling and spatio‐temporal surveillance data

Published on: Thu, 29 Nov 2018 African swine fever (ASF) infection is circulating in Eurasia since a decade within wild boar populations without a demonstrated vector host. Further the infection was recurrently translocated by spatio‐temporal dynamics that is incompatible with wild boar movement characteristics. Management actions are required in areas affected by ASF. Control measures address areas with recent focal introduction and areas with ASF circulating several seasons or endemic occurrence. In v...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

27-11-2018

Database of processing techniques and processing factors compatible with the EFSA food classification and description system FoodEx 2 Objective 1: Compendium of Representative Processing Techniques investigated in regulatory studies for pesticides

Database of processing techniques and processing factors compatible with the EFSA food classification and description system FoodEx 2 Objective 1: Compendium of Representative Processing Techniques investigated in regulatory studies for pesticides

Published on: Mon, 26 Nov 2018 EFSA is conducting pan‐European dietary exposure and risk assessments related to actual levels of pesticide residues in food commodities. These assessments use the pesticide occurrence data generated under the official monitoring programs of Member States, the consumption data from EFSA's comprehensive food consumption database and pesticide‐specific information such as processing factors. Currently no harmonised list of processing factors is available within Europe and wo...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

27-11-2018

Database of processing techniques and processing factors compatible with the EFSA food classification and description system FoodEx 2 Objective 3: European database of processing factors for pesticides in food

Database of processing techniques and processing factors compatible with the EFSA food classification and description system FoodEx 2 Objective 3: European database of processing factors for pesticides in food

Published on: Mon, 26 Nov 2018 EFSA is conducting pan‐European dietary exposure and risk assessments related to actual levels of pesticide residues in food commodities. These assessments use the pesticide occurrence data generated under the official monitoring programs of Member States, the consumption data from EFSA's comprehensive food consumption database and pesticide‐specific information such as processing factors. Currently no harmonised list of processing factors is available within Europe and wo...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

27-11-2018

INNUENDO: A cross‐sectoral platform for the integration of genomics in the surveillance of food‐borne pathogens

INNUENDO: A cross‐sectoral platform for the integration of genomics in the surveillance of food‐borne pathogens

Published on: Mon, 26 Nov 2018 Abstract In response to the EFSA call New approaches in identifying and characterizing microbial and chemical hazards, the project INNUENDO (https://sites.google.com/site/theinnuendoproject/) aimed to design an analytical platform and standard procedures for the use of whole‐genome sequencing in surveillance and outbreak investigation of food‐borne pathogens. The project firstly attempted to identify existing flaws and needs, and then to provide applicable cross‐sectorial ...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

15-11-2018

Assessment of genetically modified maize MZHG0JG for food and feed uses, import and processing under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐DE‐2016‐133)

Assessment of genetically modified maize MZHG0JG for food and feed uses, import and processing under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐DE‐2016‐133)

Published on: Wed, 14 Nov 2018 The scope of application EFSA‐GMO‐DE‐2016‐133 is for food and feed uses, import and processing of genetically modified (GM) maize MZHG0JG in the European Union. Maize MZHG0JG was developed to confer tolerance to the herbicidal active substances glyphosate and glufosinate‐ammonium. The molecular characterisation data and bioinformatic analyses do not identify issues requiring food/feed safety assessment. None of the identified differences in the agronomic/phenotypic and com...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

14-11-2018

Several children's strawberry-flavoured acetaminophen syrups recalled because of defective child-resistant safety caps on the bottles

Several children's strawberry-flavoured acetaminophen syrups recalled because of defective child-resistant safety caps on the bottles

Laboratoire RivaInc. and Laboratoires Trianon Inc. are voluntarily recalling several over-the-counter children’s strawberry-flavoured acetaminophen syrups labeled as Biomedic, Option, or Laboratoires Trianon Inc. The products, which are used for pain and fever relief, are being recalled because the child-resistant safety cap may be defective.

Health Canada

8-11-2018

Hazard analysis approaches for certain small retail establishments and food donations: second scientific opinion

Hazard analysis approaches for certain small retail establishments and food donations: second scientific opinion

Published on: Wed, 07 Nov 2018 00:00:00 +0100 In 2017, EFSA published a ‘simplified’ food safety management system (FSMS) for certain small retail establishments (butcher, grocer, baker, fish and ice cream shop) based on the application of prerequisite programme (PRP) criteria. The aim of this opinion was to develop similar FSMSs for other small retail enterprises including retail distribution centres, supermarkets, restaurants (including pubs and other catering activities) and food donation. The latter...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

7-11-2018

Several store-brand pain or sinus relief tablets recalled because consumers may be unable to access important safety information

Several store-brand pain or sinus relief tablets recalled because consumers may be unable to access important safety information

Vita Health Products is voluntarily recalling several store-brand (Care, Exact, Life, and Pharmasave) over-the-counter drugs used for pain or sinus relief because of a labelling issue. Consumers may be unable to peel open the wrap-around label on the bottle to access the warning statements, or the label may not peel off completely, which may make it difficult to read some of the important safety information.

Health Canada

30-10-2018

Pest categorisation of Sternochetus mangiferae

Pest categorisation of Sternochetus mangiferae

Published on: Mon, 29 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0100 The European Commission requested EFSA to conduct a pest categorisation of Sternochetus mangiferae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), a monophagous pest weevil whose larvae exclusively feed on mango seeds, whereas adults feed on mango foliage. S. mangiferae is a species with reliable methods available for identification. It is regulated in the EU by Council Directive 2000/29/EC where it is listed in Annex IIB as a harmful organism whose introduction into EU Protec...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

30-10-2018

Pest categorisation of Aleurocanthus spp.

Pest categorisation of Aleurocanthus spp.

Published on: Mon, 29 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0100 The Panel on Plant Health performed a pest categorisation of Aleurocanthus spp., a well‐defined insect genus of the whitefly family Aleyrodidae (Arthropoda: Hemiptera). Difficulties within the taxonomy of the genus give doubt about the ability to accurately identify some members to species level. Nevertheless, the genus is thought to currently include about ninety species mainly reported from tropical and subtropical areas. The genus is listed in Council Dir...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

19-10-2018

Hy-Vee Voluntarily Recalls Several Meat and Potato Products

Hy-Vee Voluntarily Recalls Several Meat and Potato Products

Hy-Vee, Inc., based in West Des Moines, Iowa, is voluntarily recalling six of its meat and potato products across its eight-state region due to possible contamination with Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes. The potential for contamination was discovered after Hy-Vee’s supplier, McCain Foods, announced it was recalling its caramelized mushrooms and fire-roasted tomatoes, which are ingredients that are used in six Hy-Vee products. To date, no illnesses have been reported in connection with these prod...

FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

18-10-2018

Scientific Opinion on Flavouring Group Evaluation 201 Revision 2 (FGE.201Rev2): 2‐alkylated, aliphatic, acyclic alpha,beta‐unsaturated aldehydes and precursors, with or without additional double‐bonds, from chemical subgroup 1.1.2 of FGE.19

Scientific Opinion on Flavouring Group Evaluation 201 Revision 2 (FGE.201Rev2): 2‐alkylated, aliphatic, acyclic alpha,beta‐unsaturated aldehydes and precursors, with or without additional double‐bonds, from chemical subgroup 1.1.2 of FGE.19

Published on: Wed, 17 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0200 The Panel on Food Additives and Flavourings of the European Food Safety Authority was requested to consider in this revision 2 of Flavouring Group Evaluation 201, the additional data on genotoxicity submitted by the Industry on two substances, 2‐methylpent‐2‐enal [FL‐no: 05.090] and 2 methylcrotonaldehyde [FL‐no: 05.095], from subgroup 1.1.2 of FGE.19. In FGE.201Rev1, the Panel concluded that further data were required in order to clarify the genotoxic poten...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

17-10-2018

Applicability of in silico tools for the prediction of dermal absorption for pesticides

Applicability of in silico tools for the prediction of dermal absorption for pesticides

Published on: Tue, 16 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Based on the “Human in vitro dermal absorption datasets” published as supporting information to the revised EFSA Guidance on Dermal Absorption, in silico models for prediction of absorption across the skin have been evaluated. For this evaluation, a systematic literature search and review was performed, identifying 288 publications describing mathematical models for prediction of dermal absorption. Eleven models potentially relevant to the regulatory assessm...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

17-10-2018

Lumpy skin disease: scientific and technical assistance on control and surveillance activities

Lumpy skin disease: scientific and technical assistance on control and surveillance activities

Published on: Tue, 16 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0200 The duration of the vaccination campaign sufficient to eliminate lumpy skin disease (LSD) mainly depends on the vaccination effectiveness and coverage achieved. By using a spread epidemiological model, assuming a vaccination effectiveness of 65%, with 50% and 90% coverage, 3 and 4 years campaigns, respectively, are needed to eliminate LSD. When vaccination effectiveness is 80% to 95%, 2 years of vaccination at coverage of 90% is sufficient to eliminate LSD vir...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

16-10-2018

Pest categorisation of Melampsora farlowii

Pest categorisation of Melampsora farlowii

Published on: Mon, 15 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Following a request from the European Commission, the EFSA Panel on Plant Health performed a pest categorisation of Melampsora farlowii, a well‐defined and distinguishable fungus of the family Melampsoraceae. M. farlowii is the causal agent of a leaf and twig rust of hemlocks (Tsuga spp.) in eastern North America. The pathogen is regulated in Council Directive 2000/29/EC (Annex IAI) as a harmful organism whose introduction into the EU is banned. M. farlowii ...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

6-10-2018

Modification of the existing maximum residue level for epoxiconazole in beetroots

Modification of the existing maximum residue level for epoxiconazole in beetroots

Published on: Fri, 05 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0200 In accordance with Article 6 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, the applicant Agriculture & Horticulture Development Board submitted a request to the competent national authority in the United Kingdom to modify the existing maximum residue level (MRL) for the active substance epoxiconazole in beetroots. The data submitted in support of the request were found to be sufficient to derive a MRL proposal for beetroots. Adequate analytical methods for enforcement are...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

28-9-2018

Avian influenza overview May – August 2018

Avian influenza overview May – August 2018

Published on: Thu, 27 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Between 16 May and 15 August 2018, three highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) A(H5N8) outbreaks in poultry establishments and three HPAI A(H5N6) outbreaks in wild birds were reported in Europe. Three low pathogenic avian influenza (LPAI) outbreaks were reported in three Member States. Few HPAI and LPAI bird cases have been detected in this period of the year, in accordance with the seasonal expected pattern of LPAI and HPAI. There is no evidence to date ...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

20-9-2018

Report of the third Joint Meeting of the ECDC's Food‐ and Waterborne Diseases and Zoonoses Network and of the EFSA's Zoonoses Monitoring Data Network

Report of the third Joint Meeting of the ECDC's Food‐ and Waterborne Diseases and Zoonoses Network and of the EFSA's Zoonoses Monitoring Data Network

Published on: Wed, 19 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0200 The third Joint Meeting of the ECDC's Food‐ and Waterborne Disease and Zoonoses Network and of the EFSA's Zoonoses Monitoring Data Network was held on 16 and 17 October 2017 in Parma. The meeting was constructed around the principle of ‘One health approach to collaborative response to foodborne disease outbreaks in EU/EEA’ and served as an opportunity for public health authorities and food safety/veterinary authorities to meet and exchange information on the...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

12-9-2018

Application of data science in risk assessment and early warning

Application of data science in risk assessment and early warning

Published on: Mon, 27 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0200 The currently applied approaches, procedures and tools used for the identification of emerging risks vary greatly among Member States of the EU. EFSA established a structured approach for emerging risk identification that mainly consists of systematically searching, collecting, collating and analysing information and data. In addition, EFSA concluded that new methodologies and tools are needed to facilitate efficient and transparent sharing of data, knowledg...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

11-9-2018

Risk ranking of chemical and microbiological hazards in food

Risk ranking of chemical and microbiological hazards in food

Published on: Mon, 27 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Risk ranking is a versatile tool used to prioritise activities performed by public health regulatory bodies. It also allows efficient communication between all stakeholders in the process of risk analysis. However, risk ranking methods are still not optimal. Because of the different approaches employed in the risk assessment of microbiological agents and chemicals, it is difficult to rank them together using the same metrics. In our work, we first discuss di...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

11-9-2018

Modelling of inactivation through heating for quantitative microbiological risk assessment (QMRA)

Modelling of inactivation through heating for quantitative microbiological risk assessment (QMRA)

Published on: Mon, 27 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0200 EFSA regards the household as a stage in the food chain that is important for the final number of food‐borne infections. The fate of a pathogen in the private kitchen largely depends on consumer hygiene during preparation of food and on its proper cooking, especially in the case of meat. Unfortunately, detailed information on the microbiological survival in meat products after heating in the consumer kitchen is lacking. The aim of the study was to improve th...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

11-9-2018

Identification and evaluation of potentially mutagenic and carcinogenic food contaminants

Identification and evaluation of potentially mutagenic and carcinogenic food contaminants

Published on: Mon, 27 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Heat processing of food gives rise to a plethora of chemical compounds whose toxicological effects are largely unknown. Due to a general lack of experimental toxicological data, assessing the risks associated with the consumption of these substances remains a challenge. Computer models that allow for an in silico prediction of physicochemical and toxicological characteristics, may be able to fill current data gaps and facilitate the risk assessment of toxico...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

11-9-2018

Livestock Health and Food Chain Risk Assessment

Livestock Health and Food Chain Risk Assessment

Published on: Mon, 27 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0200 The EUFORA fellowship programme ‘Livestock Health and Food Chain Risk Assessment’ was proposed by the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA), a British governmental institution responsible for safeguarding animal and plant health in the UK. The working programme, which was organised into four different modules, covered a wide range of aspects related to risk assessment including identification of emerging risks, risk prioritisation methods, scanning surveilla...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

1-9-2018

Spodoptera frugiperda partial risk assessment

Spodoptera frugiperda partial risk assessment

Published on: Fri, 31 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0200 EFSA was asked for a partial risk assessment of Spodoptera frugiperda for the territory of the EU focussing on the main pathways for entry, factors affecting establishment, risk reduction options and pest management. As a polyphagous pest, five commodity pathways were examined in detail. Aggregating across these and other pathways, we estimate that tens of thousands to over a million individual larvae could enter the EU annually on host commodities. Instigat...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

29-8-2018

Joint EFSA and ECDC 2018 workshop on preparedness for a multi‐national food safety/public health incident

Joint EFSA and ECDC 2018 workshop on preparedness for a multi‐national food safety/public health incident

Published on: Tue, 21 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Abstract In May 2018, EFSA and ECDC co‐facilitated a workshop on preparedness for a multi‐national food safety/public health incident. The workshop, hosted at AGES in Vienna, was conceived to closely align with EFSA's Strategy 2020 commitment to prepare for future risk assessment challenges. EFSA, ECDC, AGES and BfR worked together closely to develop a workshop and associated training materials to be delivered over a 2.5‐day agenda. The workshop was attended...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

29-8-2018

Explanatory note on the determination of newly expressed protein levels in the context of genetically modified plant applications for EU market authorisation

Explanatory note on the determination of newly expressed protein levels in the context of genetically modified plant applications for EU market authorisation

Published on: Mon, 20 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Genetically modified organisms are subject to a risk assessment and regulatory approval before entering the European market. According to legislation (Directive 2001/18/EC, Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 and Regulation (EU) No 503/2013) and the EFSA guidance documents on the risk assessment of food and feed from genetically modified (GM) plants and on the environmental risk assessment of GM plants, applicants need to perform a molecular characterisation of any...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

29-8-2018

Risk to human and animal health related to the presence of 4,15‐diacetoxyscirpenol in food and feed

Risk to human and animal health related to the presence of 4,15‐diacetoxyscirpenol in food and feed

Published on: Thu, 16 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0200 4,15‐Diacetoxyscirpenol (DAS) is a mycotoxin primarily produced by Fusarium fungi and occurring predominantly in cereal grains. As requested by the European Commission, the EFSA Panel on Contaminants in the Food Chain (CONTAM) assessed the risk of DAS to human and animal health related to its presence in food and feed. Very limited information was available on toxicity and on toxicokinetics in experimental and farm animals. Due to the limitations in the avai...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

27-8-2018

Several unauthorized products seized from Vitality Health Foods in Drayton Valley, AB, may pose serious health risks

Several unauthorized products seized from Vitality Health Foods in Drayton Valley, AB, may pose serious health risks

Health Canada is advising Canadians that several unauthorized products seized from Vitality Health Foods in Drayton Valley, AB, may pose serious health risks. The 11products include vitamins, dietary supplements, workout supplements and decongestants. Seized products were labelled to contain various ingredients, including prescription drugs and controlled substances.

Health Canada

3-8-2018

Apricot kernels pose a risk of cyanide poisoning

Apricot kernels pose a risk of cyanide poisoning

A familiar ingredient for jam-makers, apricot kernels are increasingly being consumed as a natural remedy for their claimed "anti-cancer" properties. While one kernel added to perfume several jars of jam is not a problem, ingesting them in large quantities exposes consumers to the risk of cyanide poisoning. ANSES has identified several cases of apricot kernel poisoning in France through its toxicovigilance scheme, and encourages consumers to exercise caution.

France - Agence Nationale du Médicament Vétérinaire

21-7-2018

GiftTree Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Pecans, Walnuts, Almonds, Peanuts in " Sherman Candy Caramels "

GiftTree Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Pecans, Walnuts, Almonds, Peanuts in " Sherman Candy Caramels "

GiftTree, a gift basket company based in Vancouver, WA, is voluntarily recalling 94,000 units of “Sherman Candy Caramels” sold online in the several Gift Baskets because they may contain undeclared pecans, walnuts, almonds and/or peanuts. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to these nuts run the risk of serious or life-threatening reaction if they consume this product.

FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

13-7-2018

FDA announces voluntary recall of several medicines containing valsartan following detection of an impurity

FDA announces voluntary recall of several medicines containing valsartan following detection of an impurity

FDA is alerting the public about a voluntary recall of several drug products containing valsartan, used to treat high blood pressure and heart failure

FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

9-7-2018

Several drugs containing valsartan being recalled due to contamination with a potential carcinogen

Several drugs containing valsartan being recalled due to contamination with a potential carcinogen

Several drugs containing the ingredient valsartan are being recalled by their manufacturers. An impurity, N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), was found in the valsartan used in these products. The valsartan was supplied by Zhejiang Huahai Pharmaceuticals. NDMA is a potential human carcinogen, which means that it could cause cancer with long-term exposure. Five companies have affected products, which are being recalled (identified in table below).

Health Canada

6-7-2018

Buy Buy Baby recalls Ellen Degeneres Coveralls with Cap

Buy Buy Baby recalls Ellen Degeneres Coveralls with Cap

The coverall has a bunny applique which can detach and poses a choking hazard.

Health Canada

6-6-2018

Philippe Reignault appointed Director of the Plant Health Laboratory and Director of Plant Health at ANSES

Philippe Reignault appointed Director of the Plant Health Laboratory and Director of Plant Health at ANSES

On 4 June, Philippe Reignault was appointed Director of the ANSES Plant Health Laboratory and will also take over from Charles Manceau as Director of Plant Health, with effect from July. Professor of Plant Biology and Diseases at the Littoral Côte d'Opale University since 2010 and Chair of ANSES's Expert Committee on Plant Health since 2012, he will now be responsible for overall coordination of ANSES's scientific work in plant health and protection.

France - Agence Nationale du Médicament Vétérinaire

28-5-2018

Health Canada warns of safety hazards with several uncertified USB chargers

Health Canada warns of safety hazards with several uncertified USB chargers

As part of a planned national sampling and compliance project, Health Canada tested a number of uncertified USB chargers. The following products were found to pose an unacceptable risk of electric shock and fire and are being recalled. This table will be updated if and when new products are recalled.

Health Canada

4-5-2018

Unauthorized "Sāj" kratom products seized from two Edmonton stores may pose serious health risks

Unauthorized "Sāj" kratom products seized from two Edmonton stores may pose serious health risks

Health Canada is advising Canadians that several “Sāj” brand kratom products were seized from two Edmonton stores (Sāj, located at Sherbrooke Plaza, 11839 St Albert Trail, and Jupiter, located on 12841 97th Street NW). Kratom products are not authorized by Health Canada and may pose serious health risks.

Health Canada

16-3-2018

"Beyond Yourself Multi Athlete" and unauthorized bulk "Multi-Vitamines" seized from Shop Santé stores in Quebec may pose serious health risks

"Beyond Yourself Multi Athlete" and unauthorized bulk "Multi-Vitamines" seized from Shop Santé stores in Quebec may pose serious health risks

Health Canada is advising Canadians that "Beyond Yourself Multi Athlete" multivitamin and unauthorized "Multi-Vitamines" sold in bulk were seized from several Shop Santé stores in Quebec because they may pose serious health risks.

Health Canada

27-7-2017

Counterfeit packs of the schizophrenia medicine Xeplion 150 mg

Counterfeit packs of the schizophrenia medicine Xeplion 150 mg

One German and several Danish parallel importers and the Danish Medicines Agency have withdrawn several batches of Xeplion 150 mg from wholesale distributors, hospitals and pharmacies, because the batches contained counterfeit packs.

Danish Medicines Agency

9-7-2013

Voluntary Harmonisation Procedure (VHP) for the assessment of multinational clinical trial applications

Voluntary Harmonisation Procedure (VHP) for the assessment of multinational clinical trial applications

The Voluntary Harmonisation Procedure is a procedure which makes it possible to obtain a coordinated assessment of an application for a clinical trial that is to take place in several European countries.

Danish Medicines Agency

18-12-2006

Consultation on recommended changes of the reimbursement status of lipid-lowering medicinal products

Consultation on recommended changes of the reimbursement status of lipid-lowering medicinal products

At several meetings, the Reimbursement Committee has discussed the reimbursement status of lipid-lowering medicinal products. In its recommendation of 7 September 2006 for the Danish Medicines Agency, the Committee suggests a change of reimbursement status for these medicinal products.

Danish Medicines Agency

26-11-2018

It would also help make sure that newer devices reflect more modern technologies and standards that can improve patient care and outcomes. It would help the overall product environment continue to evolve in the direction toward safer, more effective devic

It would also help make sure that newer devices reflect more modern technologies and standards that can improve patient care and outcomes. It would help the overall product environment continue to evolve in the direction toward safer, more effective devic

It would also help make sure that newer devices reflect more modern technologies and standards that can improve patient care and outcomes. It would help the overall product environment continue to evolve in the direction toward safer, more effective devices.

FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

26-11-2018

Following are some examples of devices that have been modernized over the past several years, but for which some manufacturers have relied on older predicates:

Following are some examples of devices that have been modernized over the past several years, but for which some manufacturers have relied on older predicates:

Following are some examples of devices that have been modernized over the past several years, but for which some manufacturers have relied on older predicates:

FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

7-9-2018

 2018 Annual workshop of the European Network of Paediatric Research at the European Medicines Agency (Enpr-EMA), European Medicines Agency, London, UK, From: 07-Jun-2018, To: 07-Jun-2018

2018 Annual workshop of the European Network of Paediatric Research at the European Medicines Agency (Enpr-EMA), European Medicines Agency, London, UK, From: 07-Jun-2018, To: 07-Jun-2018

Enpr-EMA will hold its tenth annual workshop on 7-8 June 2018 at EMA. The workshop brings relevant stakeholders together to discuss requirements, barriers and opportunities for the conduct of high-quality clinical studies in children. The overall theme of this year’s workshop will be a ‘holistic approach to paediatric research’. Highlights of this year’s workshop include: i) short perspectives of the various stakeholders involved in paediatric research (patient/young people advisory groups, research netw...

Europe - EMA - European Medicines Agency