TEGRETOL RETARD 400MG TABLETS

Active substance: CARBAMAZEPINE

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By chohana at 2:49 pm, 2/1/07
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30 Tablets

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Each film coated tablet contains 400mg of
Carbamazepine in a controlled release formulation.
For oral administration only. Swallow the tablets whole with water. POM
Do not chew or crush it. Use as directed by your doctor.
Please read patient information leaflet before use.
Keep out the reach and sight of the children.
Do not store above 300C. Store in the original pack.
Procured from within the EU by Parallel Import Product
Licence holder: Star Pharmaceuticals Ltd., South Harrow,
Middlesex, HA2 8AX. Repackaged by Servipharm Ltd.
Manufactured by Novartis Pharma Productions GmbH.
Voltarol is a registered trademark of Novartis AG. (Ref: 04.01.07)
PL No: 20636/1578 ECMA: R/1201 Batch No:
Expiry:

Tegretol® Retard 400 mg
Tablets (carbamazepine)

Tegretol® Retard 400 mg Tablets (carbamazepine) 30 Tablets

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imported carton is obscured by overlabel or if imported
product name is different.
Tegretol retard 400 mg

Braille submitted on a separate sheet is representative of
how it will be re-produced on a label to apply to the
carton.
Size of Braille label – 100mm x 21mm
MOCK UP BLISTER LABEL
Tegretol® Retard 400mg Tablets
(carbamazepine)
Star Pharmaceuticals Ltd. (Ref: 12.04.06)

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tegretol retard 400 mg
100mm x 21mm

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