Kalinor-retard P

Kalinor-retard P Side Effects

potassium chloride


Nordmark Arzneimittel


Hind Wing
Four Star
Full Prescribing Info
Side Effects
Like all medicines, Kalinor-retard P 600 mg can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. The following frequency information is used when assessing undesirable effects: See table.

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Possible side effects: Occasionally upper abdominal and intestinal symptoms, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea have been observed. The occurrence of serious damage to the mucosa in the oesophageal and gastrointestinal tract region, which can be noticed as a result of severe vomiting, severe stomach pains and gastrointestinal bleeding for example, has not been observed for Kalinor-retard P 600 mg to date.
In addition, if noticing side effects that are not listed in this monograph, inform the doctor or pharmacist.
Taking countermeasures for side effects: Nausea and the other gastrointestinal symptoms stated previously, where they actually relate to taking Kalinor-retard P 600 mg, require no special treatment. To avoid them, ensure that Kalinor-retard P 600 mg is taken with plenty of fluid and never on an empty stomach. Follow the information given in Dosage & Administration.
In the case of significant vomiting, severe stomach pain and gastrointestinal bleeding, the patient must inform the doctor immediately and the patient should not take any more Kalinor-retard P 600 mg. The doctor will then decide what to do next.
Please inform the doctor or pharmacist if one of the listed side effects affects the patient significantly or the patient notices side effects that are not listed in this monograph.
Reporting of side effects: If getting any side effects, talk to the doctor, pharmacist or medical personnel. This includes any possible side effects not listed in this monograph.
By reporting side effects, the patient can help provide more information on the safety of this medicine.
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