MEDICATION LIST SOME MEDICATIONS MAY AFFECT YOUR ELIGIBILITY TO DONATE BLOOD. PLEASE TELL US IF YOU. Are being treated with the and are taking or have which is also following types of in the last. ever taken. medications. Anti-platelet agents (usually taken to prevent stroke or heart attack) Anticoagulants or “blood thinners” (usually taken to prevent clots in the lungs or Acne treatment Hair loss remedy Prostate symptoms Psoriasis Hepatitis exposure Experimental Medication or Unlicensed (Experimental) Vaccine Growth hormone from human pituitary glands* Insulin from Cows (Bovine or Beef Insulin) manufactured in the United Kingdom* * No longer available in US Donors should not discontinue medications prescribed or recommended by their physicians in order to donate blood. If you would like to know more about why these medications affect you as a blood donor, please turn this page over. DHQ R 01/2012 MEDICATION LIST Some medications affect your eligibility as a blood donor, for the following reasons: Anti-platelet agents affect platelet function so people taking these drugs should not donate platelets for the indicated time; however, their use does not affect whole blood donation. Anticoagulants or "blood thinners" used to treat or prevent blood clots in the legs or lungs. These medications affect the blood’s ability to clot, which might cause excessive bruising or bleeding when you donate. Isotretinoin, finasteride, dutasteride acitretin and etretinate can cause birth defects. Your donated blood could contain high enough levels to damage the unborn baby if transfused to a pregnant woman. Once the medication has been cleared from your blood, you may donate again. Following the last dose, the deferral period is one month Proscar, Propecia and Accutane, six months for Avodart and three years for Soriatane. Tegison is a permanent deferral. Growth hormone from human pituitary glands was prescribed for children with delayed or impaired growth. The hormone was obtained from human pituitary glands, which are found in the brain. Some people who took this hormone developed a rare nervous system condition called Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD, for short). The deferral is permanent. Insulin from cows (bovine, or beef, insulin) is an injected material used to treat diabetes. If this insulin was imported into the US from the United Kingdom in which bovine spongiform encephalopathy (“Mad Cow Disease”) has been found, it could contain material from infected cattle. Although no cases have been observed from injected insulin, there is concern that "Mad Cow Disease" is transmitted by transfusion. The deferral is indefinite. Hepatitis B Immune Globulin (HBIG) is an injected material used to prevent infection following an exposure to hepatitis B. HBIG does not prevent hepatitis B infection in every case, therefore persons who have received HBIG must wait 12 months to donate blood to be sure they were not infected since hepatitis B can be transmitted through transfusion to a patient. Experimental Medication or Unlicensed (Experimental) Vaccine is usually associated with a research protocol and the effect on blood donation is unknown. Deferral is one year unless otherwise indicated by Medical Director.
RIASSUNTO DELLE CARATTERISTICHE DEL PRODOTTO 1 DENOMINAZIONE DEL MEDICINALE PIROBEC® 1% schiuma cutanea. 2 COMPOSIZIONE QUALITATIVA E QUAN- TITATIVA 1% schiuma cutanea 100 g di schiuma cutanea contengono g 1 di piroxicam. - schiuma soffice di colore bianco-crema. Per l’elenco degli eccipienti, vedere sezione 6.1. 3 FORMA FARMACEUTICA Schiuma cutanea. 4 IN- FORMAZIONI CLINICHE 4.1 In
Frisches Demeter -Gemüse vom Hollergraben Direkt aus der hofeigenen Gärtnerei Das Besondere unserer Anbauweise Unser Gemüse wird biologisch-dynamisch nach den Demeter- Richtlinien angebaut. Viele unserer Grundsätze gehen jedoch weit über die Mindestanforderungen dieser Richtlinien hinaus. Zur Bodenbearbeitung und Pflanzenpflege setzen wir in unserem Garten ausschließlich unse