Gentri-sone 10g
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Gentri-sone 10g

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Composition: Betamenthason dipropionat 6.40mg, Clotrimazol 100mg, Gentamicin sulfat as 10mg Gentamicin.

Indication:

  • Allergic and inflammatory dermatitis: acute and chronic eczema, contact dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, dermatitis seborrheica, lichen simplex chronicus, psoriasis dermatitis, urticaria papulosa, psoriasis, pruritus (anus, pudenda).
  • Alopecia areata, first-degree burn, insect-bitten lesion, secondary dermatitis, dermatomycosis

Dosage and administration: A small amount of gentri-sone cream should be applied to the lesion one to several times daily.

Cautions:

  • This drug should not be administered to dermatitis and eczema come with skin infection, as a general rule. If use in necessary, however, first it should be given treatment with appopriate antibiotics, antifungals or considered combination with these drugs.
  • Avoid using over large surface areas, prolonged use and the addition of occlusive dressing except special cases because these conditions augment systemic absorption.
  • Do not administer for ophthalmic use.

Contraindication

  • Tuberculosis of the skin, herpes simplex, varicella, herpes zoster, vaccinal eruption, syphilis
  • Eczematoid external auditory meatus inflammation with drum membrane perforation.
  • Ulcer, profound bum above the second degree (scald), chilblain.
  • Patients with a history of hypersensitivity to aminoglycoside antibiotics, bacitracin and other ingredients of Gentri-sone.

Adverse reactions:

  • Surinfection cause by mycotic or bacterial maybe occur
  • When irritaion or rash occur, discontinue use
  • Using over large surface areas, prolonged use and the addition of occlusive dressing may cause side effects related to betamethasone: atrophy of epidermis, subcutaneous tissues, epidermal thinning, irritation, pruritus, flare, intumescence, papula, vesicula, acneiform eruption, etc, then discontinue use.

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