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Description of the medicine: Flumetazone pivalate (Flumethasoni pivalas)

FLUMETASONE PIVALATE (Flumethasoni pivalas). 6 a, 9 a-Difluoro-16 a-methylprednisolone 21-pivalate (i.e. trimethyl acetate).

In chemical structure and action, it is close to sinaflan (fluocinolone acetonide). Contains two fluorine atoms in the molecule.

It is the current beginning of ointments << Lokacorten >> (<Locacorten>), << Lorinden >> (<Lorinden>), << Lokasalen >> (<< Locasalen >>).

The drug has a pronounced local anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, antipruritic effect. Apply topically in the form of 0.02% ointment or cream for eczema, neurodermatitis, itching, inflammatory reactions of the skin and mucous membranes. The drug is rubbed with a thin layer into the skin or mucous membranes 2-3 times a day; course of treatment 1 to 2 weeks.

It is contraindicated in case of skin tuberculosis, syphilitic skin lesions, skin reactions after vaccination. You can not use lokacorten, with lesions of the conjunctiva.

In case of infected skin lesions, Locacorten-N (Locacorten-N), an ointment containing 0.02% of locacorten and 0.5% neomycin sulfate, can be used.

Release form: in tubes on 15 g.

Lorinden S. An ointment containing 0.02% flumetasone pivalate (locacorten) and 3% iodochloroxyquinoline.

The iodochloroxyquinoline which is a part of a preparation has an antimicrobial and antifungal effect (see Derivatives of 8-hydroxyquinoline).

The composition and action of the drug is close to the ointment <Lokacorten-vioform>.

Applied with impetigo, diaper rash, bacterial dermatitis, furunculosis and other skin diseases.

Contraindications are the same as for lokacorten.

Release form: in tubes on 15 g.

It is made in Poland.