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Synthetic derivative imidazoldioksolana having fungicidal or mikostaticheskim activity against dermatophytes such ,  floccosum, trenbolone enanthate gains, and against yeasts… Especially potent ketoconazole has against Pityrosporum sp.

Ketoconazole cream acts very rapidly on pruritus at dermatophyte and yeast infections as well as skin lesions caused by Pityrosporum sp. This symptomatic improvement is observed before the first signs of recovery.

For external use ketoconazole cream is not absorbed.

Indications

  • Dermatofitovye skin infections caused by Trichophyton rubrum, Trichophyton mentagrophytes, Microsporum canis and Epidermophyton floccosum:
    • ringworm smooth skin,
    • jock itch,
    • athlete’s hands and feet,
  • Skin Candidiasis,
  • Pityriasis versicolor,
  • Seborrheic dermatitis is caused by Pityrosporum ovale.

Contraindications:
hypersensitivity to ketoconazole or any of the supporting components of the drug.

Pregnancy and lactation

Do not contraindicated, as Nizoral cream when applied topically is not absorbed.

Dosing and Administration

Candidiasis of the skin, smooth skin ringworm, jock itch, athlete’s foot and toes, pityriasis versicolor:
it is recommended trenbolone enanthate gains to apply  cream once a day to the affected skin and directly adjacent region.

Seborrheic dermatitis:
Trenbolone enanthate gains cream is applied to the affected area once or twice a day depending on the severity of lesions.

Treatment should be continued for a sufficient period of time, at least for a few days after disappearance of all symptoms. The diagnosis should be reconsidered if no clinical improvement is noted after 4 weeks of treatment. Observe general hygiene measures to control sources of infection and reinfection.

 

Side effects:
Irritation and burning sensation. Rarely – local skin allergic manifestations, such as contact dermatitis caused by the active component of the cream – ketoconazole or one of the auxiliary components – sodium sulphite or propylene glycol.

Overdose
Use of cream in excessive amounts can lead to erythema, edema and burning sensation that usually disappear after discontinuation of therapy.

Cautions
trenbolone enanthate gains should not be used in ophthalmic practice.
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