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Fourderm antifungal cream
Fourderm active ingredients- Betamethasone
Betamethasone is a reasonably effective glucocorticoid steroid with immunosuppressive and anti-inflammatory effects. Divergent to other medications with these properties, betamethasone does not initiate water preservation. It is applicable as a contemporary ointment, cream, foam, gel or lotion for treatment of itching (e.g. causedfrom eczema). Betamethasone sodium phosphate is occasionally approved as an intramuscular injection (I.M) for skin rashes and itching from diverse diseases which includes hypersensitivity to poison ivy and other analogous plants.
Betamethasone is marketed as several ester extracts: betamethasone dipropionate (under the brand name Fourderm , Diprolene, Diprosone, and others), sodium phosphate and valerate (under the brand name Celestone, Betnovate, and others).
Fourderm antifungal cream or Betamethasone belongs to the family of corticosteroid with largely glucocorticoid actions. It checks and controls swelling by keeping in check the speed of protein production, decreasing the relocation of fibroblasts and polymorphonuclear leukocytes, and overturning lysosomal stabilization and capillary permeability.
Absorption: When used orally Betamethasone is willingly immersed from the GI tract.
Distribution: disseminated all through body tissues; flows over the placenta and penetrates the breast milk.
Excretion: excreted through urine (less than 5 percent as unchanged drug).
Betamethasone Adverse Reactions
Fourderm Side Effects
Sodium retention, fluid preservation, decrease in potassium, calcium depletion, osteoporosis and Muscle weakness. GI disorders and bleeding. Augmented desire for food and tardy wound healing; bruising, hirsutism, acne, striae; psychosis, Hyperglycaemia, raised intracranial pressure, depression, headache, menstrual problems, DM. Repression of pituitary-adrenocortical axis. Growth problems in children (stretched treatment). Amplified vulnerability for infections.
Topical use: local irritation, dermal atrophy, hypertrichosism, folliculitis.
Inhalation: Candidiasis of throat and mouth, hoarseness. Topical appliance to the eye: raised IOP, Corneal ulcers and decreased visual acuity.
Intradermal injection: Local hypo pigmentation of extremely pigmented skin.
Intra-articular injection: fibrosis, Joint damage, especially in load bearing joints.
Potentially Fatal: Unexpected withdrawal causing sensitive adrenal deficiency apparent as weakness, malaise, joint and muscle pains, mental changes, dystonia, hypotension, hypoglycaemia, dehydration and death. Rapid IV injection may lead to CV collapse.
These may not be the complete list of possible Betamethasone side effects, consult a health care service provider for further details on the medications.