Skin infections with a combination of yeast and bacteria are found and where one corticoids is indicated because of its anti-inflammatory properties.
In addition to skin diseases eligible for treatment with corticosteroids, when accompanied by a bacterial infection and a yeast infection.
mycologist ointment: 1 mg triamcinolone acetonide - neomycin sulphate (= 2.5 mg neomycin base) - gramicidin 0.25 mg -- nystatin 100,000 IU - Poly resin Ethyl Enum. Dynh 21.000 - Paraffin. liquid. q.s. pro 1 g.
Posology and method of use:
mycologist 2 to 3 times daily application to affected area. Not in thick layers.
This is a medicine, no prolonged use without medical advice, keep away from children, read the leaflet carefully. Ask your doctor or pharmacist. In case of side effects, contact your doctor.
Do not apply to
leg ulcers, wounds, sores, acne rosacea. - Gesurinfecteerde skin disorders are a contraindication for use under occlusion. - Hypersensitivity to any component of the preparation, especially neomycin. - Atrophy. - Acne vulgaris. - Bringing in the external ear canal is contraindicated in cases of existing tympanic membrane perforation.
The nature of the excipient mycologist ointment is not suitable for the treatment of injuries nattende or in skin folds. - The treatment should not be unduly prolonged because: long-term treatment of extensive areas is a possibility of side effects corticotherapie general, because of the presence of neomycin, the potential exists for selection of resistant germs - especially in infants avoid extensive applications and guard against spontaneous occlusiefenomenen in the skin folds and under the impermeable pants. - One can adopt a rebound effect in skin conditions after discontinuation of treatment with preparations containing corticosteroids. - These products (an association of an antibiotic and corticosteroids) can change the appearance of skin lesions and their precise diagnosis difficult. - The use of corticosteroids slow the cicatrisatie. - Contact with eyes or mucous membranes of mycologist brings no risk and requires no special action.
1.) Due to triamcinolone possibility of rough skin, acneiform or pustular rash, hypertrichosis, depigmentation, appearance or worsening of acne rosacea (see 'Special care'), peri-oral dermatitis, skin atrophy.
2.) due to neomycin: - Possibility of allergic contact dermatitis, which more common with prolonged use and for use in stasedermatitis, including in peri-ulcerative stasedermatitis. Acne lesions can occur at a distance from the treated areas spread - A cross-reactions may occur between neomycin and other antibiotics of the family of the aminosiden - Possibility of systemic side effects (nephrotoxicity and hearing loss) which may be more serious depending on the treated area is expanded, the skin is damaged and the treatment is applied in an infant.
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