Nordimet is a medicine used to treat the following inflammatory conditions:
- active rheumatoid arthritis, a disease causing inflammation in joints;
- severe juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), a joint disease in children, when medicines known as NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) have not worked well enough;
- severe disabling psoriasis, a disease causing red, scaly patches on the skin, when other treatments have not worked well enough;
- severe psoriatic arthritis, inflammation of the joints that occurs in patients with with psoriasis.
Nordimet contains the active substance methotrexate.
Nordimet is a ‘hybrid medicine’. This means that it is similar to a ‘reference medicines’ containing the same active substance, but Nordimet is available in more strengths. The reference medicine for Nordimet is Lantarel FS.
Nordimet : EPAR - Medicine overview (PDF/80.88 KB)
First published: 29/09/2016
Last updated: 31/10/2019
Nordimet : EPAR - Risk-management-plan summary (PDF/171.42 KB)
First published: 02/02/2021
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Nordic Group B.V.
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24/02/2022 Nordimet - EMEA/H/C/003983 - IB/0024
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Nordimet is indicated for the treatment of:
- active rheumatoid arthritis in adult patients,
- polyarthritic forms of severe, active juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), when the response to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) has been inadequate,
- severe recalcitrant disabling psoriasis, which is not adequately responsive to other forms of therapy such as phototherapy, psoralens and ultraviolet A (PUVA), and retinoids, and severe psoriatic arthritis in adult patients,
- induction of remission in moderate steroid-dependent Crohn's disease in adult patients, in combination with corticosteroids and for maintenance of remission, as monotherapy, in patients who have responded to methotrexate.