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Sustanon 250 gains – antifungal broad-spectrum synthetic derivative imidazoldioksolana. It has a fungicidal or fungistatic effect.
The drug is active against dermatophytes Trichophyton spp. (including Trichophyton rubrum, Trichophyton mentagrophytes), Microsporum spp. (including Microsporum canis), Epidermophyton floccosum, yeast-like fungi of the genus Candida spp. (including Candida albicans), Pityrosporum spp. (including Pityrosporum ovale, Pityrosporum orbiculare, Malassezia furfur ). Ketoconazole is also active against bacteria Staphylococcus spp. and Streptococcus spp.Mechanism ketoconazole action is to inhibit the biosynthesis of ergosterol, triglycerides, and phospholipids necessary for the synthesis of cellular fungi wall, which leads to cell wall permeability disturbance fungi, to a loss of the ability of fungi to form filaments and colonies.
Ointment Mikoket ® quickly acts on itch in dermatophyte and yeast infection, including with skin lesions caused by Pityrosporum spp .. This symptomatic improvement is observed before the first signs of recovery.

Pharmacokinetics
For external use ketoconazole is not absorbed into the systemic circulation, with prolonged use of ointment concentration of ketoconazole is not detected in the blood.

Indications
Treatment of skin fungal infections caused by fungi sensitive to the drug:

 

  • ringworm smooth skin;
  • jock itch;
  • athlete’s feet and hands;
  • Skin candidiasis;
  • pityriasis (multicolored) lichen;
  • seborrheic dermatitis, caused by Pityrosporum ovale.

    Contraindications:
    Hypersensitivity to ketoconazole or to any of the supporting components of the drug.

    Pregnancy and lactation
    Use of the drug during pregnancy and lactation is not contraindicated, as with topical ketoconazole is not absorbed into the systemic circulation.

    Dosing and Administration Tinea smooth leather, jock itch, athlete’s hands and feet, skin candidiasis, pityriasis (multicolored) versicolor: apply the ointment 1 time per day to the affected skin and directly adjacent region. Seborrheic dermatitis: an ointment applied to the affected area 1 -2 times a day, depending on the severity of the lesion. It should continue treatment for a sufficient period of time, at least for a few days after disappearance of all symptoms. The diagnosis should be reconsidered if no clinical improvement is noted after 4 weeks of treatment. The usual duration of treatment is: tinea smooth skin – 3-4 weeks, athlete’s foot – 4-6 weeks, jock itch – 2-4 weeks, skin candidiasis – 2 -3 weeks, pityriasis versicolor – 2-3 weeks. The total duration of treatment of seborrheic dermatitis – 2-4 weeks. For maintenance therapy with the ointment seborrheic dermatitis applied one or two times a week.

    Side effects:
    Rarely – 1/10000 appointments (> 0.01% and <0.1%) For the skin: rare – irritation and burning sensation; local cutaneous manifestations of allergic nature, such as contact dermatitis caused by the active ingredient of the ointment – ketoconazole or one of the auxiliary components – propylene glycol.

    Overdose
    Use ointment in excessive amounts can lead to erythema, edema and burning sensation that usually disappear after discontinuation of therapy. In case of accidental admission into the ointment should conduct gastric lavage. Symptomatic therapy.

    Interaction with other drugs
    drug interactions ketoconazole is not described.

    Cautions
    for external use only.
    Ointment should not be used in ophthalmic practice. Avoid contact with eyes.
    Observe general hygiene measures to control sources of infection and re-infection.

    Effects on ability to drive vehicles and management mechanisms
    The drug has no effect on the ability to drive vehicles, machinery and other hazardous occupations in activities requiring special attention and fast reactions.

The drug is active against dermatophytes Trichophyton spp. (including Trichophyton rubrum, Trichophyton mentagrophytes), Microsporum spp. (including Microsporum canis), Epidermophyton floccosum, yeast-like fungi of the genus Candida spp. (including Candida albicans), Pityrosporum spp. (including Pityrosporum ovale, Pityrosporum orbiculare, Malassezia furfur ). Ketoconazole is also active against bacteria Staphylococcus spp. and Streptococcus spp.Mechanism ketoconazole action is sustanon 250 gains to inhibit the biosynthesis of ergosterol, triglycerides, and phospholipids necessary for the synthesis of cellular fungi wall, which leads to cell wall permeability disturbance fungi, to a loss of the ability of fungi to form filaments and colonies.
Ointment Mikoket ® quickly acts on itch in dermatophyte and yeast infection, including with skin lesions caused by Pityrosporum spp .. This symptomatic improvement is observed before the first signs of recovery.

Pharmacokinetics
For external use ketoconazole is not absorbed into the systemic circulation, with prolonged use of ointment concentration of ketoconazole is not detected in the blood.

Indications
Treatment of skin fungal infections caused by fungi sensitive to the drug:

 

  • ringworm smooth skin;
  • jock itch;
  • athlete’s feet and hands;
  • Skin candidiasis;
  • pityriasis (multicolored) lichen;
  • seborrheic dermatitis, caused by Pityrosporum ovale.

    Contraindications:
    Hypersensitivity to ketoconazole or to any of the supporting components of the drug.

    Pregnancy and lactation
    Use of the drug during pregnancy and lactation is not contraindicated, as with topical ketoconazole is not absorbed into the systemic circulation.

    Dosing and Administration Tinea smooth leather, jock itch, athlete’s hands and feet, skin candidiasis, pityriasis (multicolored) versicolor: apply the ointment 1 time per day to the affected skin and directly adjacent region. Seborrheic dermatitis: an ointment applied to the affected area 1 -2 times a day, depending on the severity of the lesion. It should continue treatment for a sufficient period of time, at least for a few days after disappearance of all symptoms. The diagnosis should be reconsidered if no clinical improvement is noted after 4 weeks of treatment. The usual duration of treatment is: tinea smooth skin – 3-4 weeks, athlete’s foot – 4-6 weeks, jock itch – 2-4 weeks, skin candidiasis – 2 -3 weeks, pityriasis versicolor – 2-3 weeks. The total duration of treatment of seborrheic dermatitis – 2-4 weeks. For maintenance therapy with the ointment seborrheic dermatitis applied one or two times a week.

    Side effects:
    Rarely – 1/10000 appointments (> 0.01% and <0.1%) For the skin: rare – irritation and burning sensation; local cutaneous manifestations of allergic nature, such as contact dermatitis caused by the active ingredient of the ointment – ketoconazole or one of the auxiliary components – propylene glycol.

    Overdose
    Use ointment in excessive amounts can lead to erythema, edema and burning sensation that usually disappear after discontinuation of therapy. In case of accidental admission into the ointment should conduct gastric lavage. Symptomatic therapy.

    Interaction with other drugs
    drug interactions ketoconazole is not described.

    Cautions
    for external use only.
    Ointment should not be used in ophthalmic practice. Avoid contact with eyes.
    Observe general hygiene measures to control sources of infection and re-infection.

    Effects on ability to drive vehicles and management mechanisms
    The drug has no effect on the ability to drive vehicles, machinery and other hazardous occupations in activities requiring special attention and fast reactions.

 

– antifungal broad-spectrum synthetic derivative imidazoldioksolana. It has a fungicidal or fungistatic effect.
The drug is active against dermatophytes Trichophyton spp. (including Trichophyton rubrum, Trichophyton mentagrophytes), Microsporum spp. (including Microsporum canis), Epidermophyton floccosum, yeast-like fungi of the genus Candida spp. (including Candida albicans), Pityrosporum spp. (including Pityrosporum ovale, Pityrosporum orbiculare, Malassezia furfur ). Ketoconazole is also active against bacteria Staphylococcus spp. and Streptococcus spp.Mechanism ketoconazole action is to inhibit the biosynthesis of ergosterol, triglycerides, and phospholipids necessary for the synthesis of cellular fungi wall, which leads to cell wall permeability disturbance fungi, to a loss of the ability of fungi to form filaments and colonies.
Ointment Mikoket ® quickly acts on itch in dermatophyte and yeast infection, including with skin lesions caused by Pityrosporum spp .. This symptomatic improvement is observed before the first signs of recovery.

Pharmacokinetics
For external use ketoconazole is not absorbed into the systemic circulation, with prolonged use of ointment concentration of ketoconazole is not detected in the blood.

Indications
Treatment of skin fungal infections caused by fungi sensitive to the drug:

 

  • ringworm smooth skin;
  • jock itch;
  • athlete’s feet and hands;
  • Skin candidiasis;
  • pityriasis (multicolored) lichen;
  • seborrheic dermatitis, caused by Pityrosporum ovale.

    Contraindications:
    Hypersensitivity to ketoconazole or to any of the supporting components of the drug.

    Pregnancy and lactation
    Use of the drug during pregnancy and lactation is not contraindicated, as with topical ketoconazole is not absorbed into the systemic circulation.

    Dosing and Administration Tinea smooth leather, jock itch, athlete’s hands and feet, skin candidiasis, pityriasis (multicolored) versicolor: apply the ointment 1 time per day to the affected skin and directly adjacent region. Seborrheic dermatitis: an ointment applied to the affected area 1 -2 times a day, depending on the severity of the lesion. It should continue treatment for a sufficient period of time, at least for a few days after disappearance of all symptoms. The diagnosis should be reconsidered if no clinical improvement is noted after 4 weeks of treatment. The usual sustanon 250 gains duration of treatment is: tinea smooth skin – 3-4 weeks, athlete’s foot – 4-6 weeks, jock itch – 2-4 weeks, skin candidiasis – 2 -3 weeks, pityriasis versicolor – 2-3 weeks. The total duration of treatment of seborrheic dermatitis – 2-4 weeks. For maintenance therapy with the ointment seborrheic dermatitis applied one or two times a week.

    Side effects:
    Rarely – 1/10000 appointments (> 0.01% and <0.1%) For the skin: rare – irritation and burning sensation; local cutaneous manifestations of allergic nature, such as contact dermatitis caused by the active ingredient of the ointment – ketoconazole or one of the auxiliary components – propylene glycol.

    Overdose
    Use ointment in excessive amounts can lead to erythema, edema and burning sensation that usually disappear after discontinuation of therapy. In case of accidental admission into the ointment should conduct gastric lavage. Symptomatic therapy.

    Interaction with other drugs
    drug interactions ketoconazole is not described.

    Cautions
    for external use only.
    Ointment should not be used in ophthalmic practice. Avoid contact with eyes.
    Observe general hygiene measures to control sources of infection and re-infection.

    Effects on ability to drive vehicles and management mechanisms
    The drug has no effect on the ability to drive vehicles, machinery and other hazardous occupations in activities requiring special attention and fast reactions.

 

– antifungal broad-spectrum synthetic derivative imidazoldioksolana. It has a fungicidal or fungistatic effect.
The drug is active against dermatophytes Trichophyton spp. (including Trichophyton rubrum, Trichophyton mentagrophytes), Microsporum spp. (including Microsporum canis), Epidermophyton floccosum, yeast-like fungi of the genus Candida spp. (including Candida albicans), Pityrosporum spp. (including Pityrosporum ovale, Pityrosporum orbiculare, Malassezia furfur ). Ketoconazole is also active against bacteria Staphylococcus spp. and Streptococcus spp.Mechanism ketoconazole action is to inhibit the biosynthesis of ergosterol, triglycerides, and phospholipids necessary for the synthesis of cellular fungi wall, which leads to cell wall permeability disturbance fungi, to a loss of the ability of fungi to form filaments and colonies.
Ointment Mikoket ® quickly acts on itch in dermatophyte and yeast infection, including with skin lesions caused by Pityrosporum spp .. This symptomatic improvement is observed before the first signs of recovery.

Pharmacokinetics
For external use ketoconazole is not absorbed into the systemic circulation, with prolonged use of ointment concentration of ketoconazole is not detected in the blood.

Indications
Treatment of skin fungal infections caused by fungi sensitive to the drug:

 

  • ringworm smooth skin;
  • jock itch;
  • athlete’s feet and hands;
  • Skin candidiasis;
  • pityriasis (multicolored) lichen;
  • seborrheic dermatitis, caused by Pityrosporum ovale.

    Contraindications:
    Hypersensitivity to ketoconazole or to any of the supporting components of the drug.

    Pregnancy and lactation
    Use of the drug during pregnancy and lactation is not contraindicated, as with topical ketoconazole is not absorbed into the systemic circulation.

    Dosing and Administration Tinea smooth leather, jock itch, athlete’s hands and feet, skin candidiasis, pityriasis (multicolored) versicolor: apply the ointment 1 time per day to the affected skin and directly adjacent region. Seborrheic dermatitis: an ointment applied to the affected area 1 -2 times a day, depending on the severity of the lesion. It should continue treatment for a sufficient period of time, at least for a few days after disappearance of all symptoms. The diagnosis should be reconsidered if no clinical improvement is noted after 4 weeks of treatment. The usual duration of treatment is: tinea smooth skin – 3-4 weeks, athlete’s foot – 4-6 weeks, jock itch – 2-4 weeks, skin candidiasis – 2 -3 weeks, pityriasis versicolor – 2-3 weeks. The total duration of treatment of seborrheic dermatitis – 2-4 weeks. For maintenance therapy with the ointment seborrheic dermatitis applied one or two times a week.

    Side effects:
    Rarely – 1/10000 appointments (> 0.01% and <0.1%) For the skin: rare – irritation and burning sensation; local cutaneous manifestations of allergic nature, such as contact dermatitis caused by the active ingredient of the ointment – ketoconazole or one of the auxiliary components – propylene glycol.

    Overdose
    Use ointment in excessive amounts can lead to erythema, edema and burning sensation that usually disappear after discontinuation of therapy. In case of accidental admission into the ointment should conduct gastric lavage. Symptomatic therapy.

    Interaction with other drugs
    drug interactions ketoconazole is not described.

    Cautions
    for external use only.
    Ointment should not be used in ophthalmic practice. Avoid contact with eyes.
    Observe general hygiene measures to control sources of infection and re-infection.

    Effects on ability to drive vehicles and management mechanisms
    The drug has no effect on the ability to drive vehicles, machinery and other hazardous occupations in activities requiring special attention and fast reactions.

 

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