Removing the pharmaceutical market Myolastan

Myolastan 50mg

Myolastan 50mg

Myolastan known as the DCI used as muscle relaxant Tetrazepam during neuralgia and sciatica or back pain most commonly described by; will be withdrawn from the market after a study to demonstrate a significant risk of allergic skin reactions such as drug drug eruption Stevens-Johnson syndrome and dementia risk is a potential risk associated with all benzodiazepines as for Xanax, Valium and Temesta.

Myolastan 50mg

The Tetrazepam is commercialicé since 1969 in France and will soon be withdrawn from the market; from July 8, 2013 throughout the European union.

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Editor-in-chief of the Medical Actu website; general practitioner graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of Algiers in 2005 currently practicing as a liberal.

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