CONIDERM F CREAM 20GM
CONIDERM F CREAM
by Adonis Laboratories
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Composition of CONIDERM F CREAM
Unsafe when combined with alcohol. Follow your physician's advice.
- Safe and does not interfere with the ability to drive
- Unsafe and risky for pregnant women. Follow your physician's advice.
- Safe for lactating women
- Unsafe and risky for patients with renal issues. Follow your physician's advice.
In case of any Itching, redness, swelling or difficulty in breathing please refer to a physician or hospital immediately.
BECLOMETHASONE 0.025 PER (%) + CLOTRIMAZOLE 1.000 PER (%)
Uses of CONIDERM F CREAM
CONIDERM F CREAM is a combination of three drugs: Beclometasone (Corticosteroids), Gentamicin (Aminoglycoside antibiotic) and Clortrimazole (Antifungal). CONIDERM F CREAM is used to treat skin infections.
Special Instructions for CONIDERM F CREAM
• You are advised to apply CONIDERM F CREAM by wearing disposable plastic gloves to your hands or if you are applying with your bare hands make sure you wash your hands after applying CONIDERM F CREAM.
• Avoid contact CONIDERM F CREAM with sensitive areas of body including eyes, mouth, nose, if accidentally contact occurs with CONIDERM F CREAM you must immediately wash the contacted area with warm water.
• Avoid using CONIDERM F CREAM on broken or damaged skin.
• Avoid using CONIDERM F CREAM if your skin becomes irritated or sensitive after applying.
• You are advised not to apply CONIDERM F CREAM to other areas of your body other than what your doctor prescribed you for.
• You are advised not to apply more or less of CONIDERM F CREAM. Always apply CONIDERM F CREAM as prescribed by your doctor.
• You are advised to inform your doctor if you are taking any other medicated soaps and skin products, since these contain alcohol that may make the side effects of CONIDERM F CREAM worse. Your doctor may change the course, or he may find alternative way to treat your condition.
• Do not hesitate to speak with your doctor if your condition does not improve.
Antibiotics Insufficient scienticfic evidence for impact of CONIDERM F CREAM on patients allergic to antibiotics. Follow your physician's advice.
Anticoagulants Insufficient scientific evidence for impact of CONIDERM F CREAM on patients allergic to anticoagulants. Follow your physician's advice.
Pain Killers Insufficient scientific evidence for impact of CONIDERM F CREAM on patients allergic to pain killers. Follow your physician's advice.
Chemotherapy drugs CONIDERM F CREAM is risky for patients allergic to chemo drugs. Follow your physician's advice.
Anticonvulsants Insufficient scientific evidence for impact of CONIDERM F CREAM on patients allergic to anticonvulsants. Follow your physician's advice.
Sulfa Drugs Insufficient scientific evidence for impact of CONIDERM F CREAM on patients allergic to sulpha drugs. Follow your physician's advice.
INTERACTION WITH COMMON CONDITIONS
unsafe for pregnancy CONIDERM F CREAM is risky for pregnant women. Follow your physician's advice.
safe for lactation CONIDERM F CREAM is safe for lactating women.
unknown for children Insufficient scienticfic evidence for impact of CONIDERM F CREAM on children. Follow your physician's advice.
safe for seniors CONIDERM F CREAM is safe for elderly patients.
Overdose Overdose of CONIDERM F CREAM is highly unsafe. Seek emergency medical attention.
Driving CONIDERM F CREAM does not interfere with the ability to drive.
Exercise exer safe CONIDERM F CREAM 20GM
Operating Heavy Machinery CONIDERM F CREAM does not interfere with the ability to operate heavy machinery.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q) How does CONIDERM F CREAM work?
CONIDERM F CREAM is a combination of two drugs: clobetasol(steroid) and neomycin(antibiotic). Clobetasol is a steroid which works by blocking the chemical messenger prostaglandin that makes the affected area red, itchy or swollen. Neomycin works by killing the bacteria by preventing the synthesis of proteins that are essential for bacteria to carry out the vital functions.
Q) Can I stop taking CONIDERM F CREAM on my own?
A) No, it is not recommended to stop taking CONIDERM F CREAM on your own even though you are feeling well. Continue taking CONIDERM F CREAM for as long as your doctor have prescribed this medication as this may help you to recover completely.
Q) Does CONIDERM F CREAM treat swelling of the skin?
A) No, CONIDERM F CREAM is not known to reduce swelling but it can be used for initial pain relief. CONIDERM F CREAM is effective in relieving pain and improving functional capacity related to acute injuries of soft tissues. Please consult your doctor before using CONIDERM F CREAM on your skin.
Q) Can I use CONIDERM F CREAM after expiry?
A) No, do not use CONIDERM F CREAM after the expiry date. CONIDERM F CREAM should be disposed of 3 months after first opening. Do not use the CONIDERM F CREAM cream or ointment if any visible signs of deterioration, such as noticeable changes in color are observed.
Q) Is CONIDERM F CREAM safe?
A) Yes, CONIDERM F CREAM is safe when taken in prescribed dose and for prescribed period by your doctor. However, some people may experience some common side effects like skin rash, irritation, itching of the skin, stinging sensation. If you experience any persistent problem while taking this medication, please consult your doctor immediately.
Q) How to store CONIDERM F CREAM?
A) Do not store above 30 °C and store away from moisture and heat. Store it in room temperature and do not freeze it. Keep out of the reach and sight of children. Keep CONIDERM F CREAM in the container or pack it came in and close it tightly to avoid contamination. Please dispose the unused medicine.