Principios activos sin lactosa.

Raymond A. Chamberlin raych at sirius.com
Thu Apr 16 03:25:46 EST 1998


On Thu, 16 Apr 1998 08:04:38 GMT, raych at sirius.com (Raymond A.
Chamberlin) wrote:

>On Wed, 15 Apr 1998 00:06:02 +0200, "E.Izquierdo" <cage at ctv.es> wrote:
>
>>Mi amiga tiene una paciente que padece hiperprolactinemia y necesita
>>tratarla con alguna especialidad que tenga como principio activo la
>>Bromocriptina, Lisuride, Pergolida o Quinagolida.
>>Esta paciente es alergica a la lactosa, por lo que dicha especialidad no
>>debe contener en su composicion dicho elemento.
>>En España parece ser que no existe, pero necesita saber si existe en
>>algun otro pais, no importa cual.
>>Por favor si me puedes dar alguna pista: Nombre comercial, Laboratorio,
>>Pais de origen, etc. te lo agradeceremos.
>>Si quieres puedes responder en esta News o mandarme un e-mail a :
>>cage at ctv.es
>>
>>Muchas gracias por anticipado.
>
>TRANSLATION:
>
>My friend has a patient who suffers from hyperprolactinemia (excess
>production of prolactin). and needs to treat it with some special
>preparation that has, as its principal active ingredient,
>Bromocryptine, Lysuride, Pergolide or Quinagolide.  This patient is
>allergic to lactose, for which reason said preparation should not
>contain in its composition said ingredient.  In Spain it seems that
>such does not exist, but he needs to know if it exists in some other
>country; it doesn't matter which one.  Please, if you can give me some
>clue -- trade name, manufacturer, country of origen, etc. -- I would
>appreciate it. If you care to, you can respond to this newsgroup or
>send me an e-mail to:  cage at ctv.es
>
>Thank you in advance.

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My friend has a patient who suffers hiperprolactinemia and needs to
deal it with some specialty that has like active principle the
Bromocriptina, Lisuride, Pergolida or Quinagolida. This patient is
alergica to the lactose, reason why this specialty does not have to
contain in its composition this element. In Spain it seems to be that
it does not exist, but needs to know if pais exists in algun another
one, does not matter as. Please if you can give some track me:
Commercial name, Laboratory, Pais of origin, etc. you we will thank
for it. If you want you can respond in this News or send an email to
me a:
cage at ctv.es 

Thank you very much in advance.

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