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Description of the medicine: Triamcinolone acetonide (Triamcinoloni acetonidum)

TRIAMCINOLONE ACETONIDE (Triamcinoloni acetonidum).

A triamcinolone derivative having an acetonide group at position 16, 17.

Synonyms: Kenalog, Adcortyl A, Albicort, Aristocort acetonide, Fortcinolone, Kenacort A, Kenacort T, Kenalog, Remiderm, Triamcortin, Vetalog, etc.

Due to their relatively low absorption, fluorinated derivatives of glucocorticosteroids are widely used as local anti-inflammatory, antipruritic, and anti-allergic agents.

Available in the form of ointments on a fat basis, cream or paste on a water-soluble basis. Fat-based ointments are soluble in skin lipids and often penetrate better into its surface layers. Some patients are better able to tolerate creams on a water-soluble basis, which are usually well absorbed, do not leave grease stains on linen, and are washed off with water if necessary.

For skin diseases accompanied by pyogenic infection, ointments or creams are used that contain antibiotics (neomycin, gramicidin, etc.) along with glucocorticosteroids.

Ointment <Triacort >> (Unduentum <<Triacortum>>). An ointment of a yellowish-white color containing 0.025% or 0.1% triamcinolone acetonide and excipients.

It has anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, antiexudative and antipruritic effects.

Applied externally in the form of rubbing 2 to 3 times a day for inflammatory and allergic skin diseases, eczema, neurodermatitis, psoriasis, etc. Do not use for eye damage.

Release form: in aluminum tubes of 25 g.

Storage: List B. In a cool place.

Similar foreign ointments are available under the names: << Fluorocort >>, << Kenalog >>, << Kenacort >> and others.