Methocarbamol bei akuten Rückenschmerzen

@article{Emrich2015MethocarbamolBA,
  title={Methocarbamol bei akuten R{\"u}ckenschmerzen},
  author={Oliver M. D. Emrich and K. A. Milachowski and Martin Strohmeier},
  journal={MMW - Fortschritte der Medizin},
  year={2015},
  volume={157},
  pages={9-16}
}
ZusammenfassungHintergrund:Muskelrelaxantien sind ein wichtiger Teil der Behandlungsstrategie bei Rückenschmerzen (LBP, Low Back Pain), einem der häufigsten gesundheitlichen Probleme in Industrienationen. Für diese Indikation hat die Europäische Arzneimittelbehörde (EMA) jüngst Anwendungsausschlüsse für Muskelrelaxantien, aber auch Antiphlogistika und Analgetika, und sogar Marktrücknahmen (Tetrazepam) angeordnet. Als einzig explizit zugelassenes Muskelrelaxans ist Methocarbamol verblieben. Die… Expand
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