Hydrozole

Hydrozole

Hydrozole

Hydrozole cream is a broad anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory cream for sensitive, inflamed fungal skin conditions.

It is indicated for topical preparations combining hydrocortisone with clotrimazole are indicated for adults, the elderly, children, and infants.

Hydrozole is used for dermatophyte and yeast infections of the skin when inflammation is prominent, this includes conditions such as fungal infected dermatitis, intertrigo, and candida nappy rash.

Hydrozole

It is manufactured by GSK.

Package contains:

Each package contains 20 g of cream.

Ingredients:

Hydrocortisone 1%

Clotrimazole, Cetomacrogol 1000

Cetostearyl Alcohol, White Petrolatum, Light Liquid Paraffin, Glycerine, Propylene Glycol, Chlorocresol, Sodium Hydroxide, Lactic Acid & Purified Water.

Dosage & Administration:

For topical use only.

The cream should be applied to clean dry areas of affected skin.

Apply thinly and gently rub in.

Using only enough to cover the entire affected area.

Use twice a day for up to seven days.

To be used as advice by your physician.

Adverse Reactions:

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Hypersensitivity.

Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA).

Axis suppression: cushingoid features (e.g moon face, central obesity).

Delayed weight gain/growth retardation in children.

Application site irritation/pain.

Allergic contact dermatitis.

Rash, dry skin.

Pregnancy & Lactation:

In pregnancy by doctor advice & lactation do not use around breasts.

Instructions:

Store in a dry place below 30°C.

Keep all medicine out of reach of children.

Before use read all the information on a package.

Contraindications:

Infections due to bacteria.

Rosacea.

Patients with known history hypersensitive to hydrocortisone, clotrimazole, or any of the components of the formulation.

Acne vulgaris. (ETC)

This is a link to the manufactured below:

https://www.gs

You can buy online Hydrozole at the links below:

https://nexthealth.pk

Or

https://www.emeds.pk

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