Fentanyl injection
Strength 0.05 mg/ml
Volume 2 ml, 10 ml
ATC code N01AH01


This medicine is used:
- as a narcotic analgesic supplement in general or regional anaesthesia;
- in combination with a neuroleptic (e.g. droperidol) in the technique of neuroleptanalgesia;
- for the induction of anaesthesia, and as an adjuvant in the maintenance of general and regional anaesthesia;
- as an anaesthetic agent with oxygen in high-risk patients undergoing surgery.

Fentanyl nasal spray*
Strength 50 µg/dose, 200 µg/dose
Volume 2.9 ml
ATC code N02AB03


*under development

Fentanyl sublingual tablets*
Strength 100 μg, 200 μg, 300 μg, 400 μg, 600 μg, 800 μg
Volume -
ATC code N02AB03


*under development

Fentanyl transdermal patches*
Strength 12.5 μg/h, 25 μg/h, 50 μg/h, 75 μg/h, 100 μg/h
ATC code N02AB03

Analgesics, Opioids

Furosemide injection
Strength 10 mg/ml
Volume 2 ml, 4 ml, 5 ml
ATC code C03CA01


Therapeutic indications
Indicated when no adequate diuresis is achieved with oral administration of furosemide or when oral use is not possible:
- oedemas and/or ascites secondary to cardiac or hepatic disorders
- oedemas secondary to renal disorders
- oedemas secondary to burns
- pulmonary oedema (e.g. in acute heart failure)
- supportive measure in cerebral oedema
- oliguria secondary to gestosis, if necessary after correction of a hypovolaemic state (NB: oedemas and/or hypertension in cases of gestosis are not an indication)
- hypertensive crisis (in addition to other therapeutic measures)