This decision was made by the agency on Thursday, May 23.
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Such drugs were banned.
oral suspension, 120 mg / 5 ml in 100 ml vial number 1
Ethyl alcohol 96%
solution for external use of 96% in 100 ml vials
PJSC "Himfarmzavod" Red Star "
film-coated tablets, 80 mg each, 10 tablets per blister, 3 blisters per pack
syrup, 4 mg / ml, 150 ml in vial number 1
syrup, 10 mg / 5 ml in 100 ml vials No. 1, 200 ml in vials No. 1
Pharmaceutical Company Health LLC, Ukraine; Kharkiv Pharmaceutical Enterprise Health of the People LLC, Ukraine
powder (substance) in double plastic film bags for the production of non-sterile dosage forms
syrup, 2 mg / ml, 150 ml each in bottles No. 1 in a pack
coated tablets with a modified release of 80 mg, 10 tablets in a blister; 2 or 3 blisters in a cardboard box
Pharmaceutical Company Health, LLC; Ukraine; FARMEX GROUP LLC, Ukraine
tablets of the prolonged action, film coated, on 0,08 g on 10 tablets in the blister, on 1 or on 2 blisters in a pack from a cardboard
Additional Liability Company "INTERHIM"
syrup, 2 mg / ml, 150 ml per vial; on 1 bottle with a measured spoon in a box
MEDANA PHARMA Joint-Stock Company
syrup, 200 mg / 100 ml, 100 ml in a bottle, 1 bottle in a pack together with a dosing spoon
The active substance of such drugs as Sinuspal, Amispiron IP, Bronhomax, Inspiron, Fenspiride Hydrochloride, Fenspiride, can lead to heart rhythm disorders, myocardial infarction, infectious or allergic damage to the heart muscle. In addition to heart problems, fenspirid can cause side effects such as drowsiness, pain in the gall, and skin problems.
"Panadol Baby" was banned because of labeling in Russian, and "Ethyl Alcohol" – due to the overestimation of the indicator "Optical Length".
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