Diprogenta Cream (Betamethasone Dipropionate)
Diprogenta Cream (Betamethasone dipropionate)
Betamethasone is an artificial corticosteroid that is applied on the skin (topically). Betamethasone impersonates the effect of hydrocortisone (cortisol), the steroid generated naturally in the human system by the adrenal glands. Corticosteroids contain effective anti-provocative effects and also restrain the immune reaction. Corticosteroids have a lot of effects on the human system, but they mainly are applied for their powerful anti-inflammatory actions, predominantly in those situations in which the immune system plays a significant part. Betamethasone dipropionate was approved by the FDA in July 1983.
STORAGE: All preparations ought to be stored in normal room temperature between 15-30 C. Diprogenta Lotion ought to be shaken prior to each application.
Diprogenta Cream uses
Betamethasone (Diprogenta cream) is prescribed for the relief of inflammation and itching connected with a broad range of skin ailments in subjects above 13 yrs of age or older. Skin condititions include atopic dermatitis, allergic dermatitis, plaque psoriasis, and contact dermatitis.
Diprogenta Cream may also be prescribed for other ailments not listed above.
• A lean stripe of Diprogenta ointment or cream is used smoothly to the infected region once or two times every day.
• A small amount of the Diprogenta lotion is used smoothly to the infected region once or two times every day. It ought to be rubbed smoothly until it fades away.
Excessive and extended application of betamethasone cream possibly will result in large quantity to be soaked up into the human system and stifle creation of cortisol, produced by the adrenal glands. As a result, the Diprogenta lotion ought not to be applied for more than 14 days, and not greater than 50 ml of the lotion ought to be applied in a week. The increased ointment or cream ought to be restricted to 45 gms in a week. Diprogenta Cream must not be applied with occlusive bandaging as it boosts absorption of the cream into the human system.
Drug interactions: Concurrent use of topical anthralin and topical steroids could amplify symptoms of psoriasis. As a result, topical steroids or Diprogenta Cream (Betamethasone dipropionate) ought to be stopped a week prior to the use of topical anthralins.