Quadriderm cream or ointment contains betamethasone as 17 - valerate (0.05%), gentamicin sulfate (0.1%), Tolnaftate (1%) and clioquinol (1%).
Quadriderm cream or ointment - Tubes with 20 grams.
What is Quadriderm cream used for?
Quadriderm ointment or cream is a topical dermatological preparation highly effective in treating many skin disorders.
Quadriderm cream or ointment should be stored in a cool place and protected from light and moisture.
The validity of Quadriderm ointment or cream is 36 months, and is recorded on the outer packaging, in case of expiration render the product unusable.
Tell your doctor the occurrence of pregnancy during treatment or after its termination. Inform your doctor if you are breastfeeding. Follow the advice of your doctor, always respecting the schedules, doses and duration of treatment. Do not stop treatment without the knowledge of your doctor. Tell your doctor the appearance of unpleasant reactions such as burning, itching, irritation and dry skin. Tell your doctor about any medication you are using before the start or during treatment.
Quadriderm ointment or cream is not suitable for ophthalmic use.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION - Quadriderm
Quadriderm cream or ointment is a topical dermatological preparation highly effective in treating many skin disorders. Quadriderm ensures greater safety of therapeutic success, especially when the causative agent cannot be readily identified.
Because it is a composition of four agents with different pharmacological effects, Quadriderm provides anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antifungal in the treatment of inflammatory and allergic skin disorders complicated by some types of bacteria or fungi, including Candida.
Quadriderm cream uses
Quadriderm is indicated for topical use in dermatoses caused, complicated or threatened by some types dde bacterial or fungal infection, including candidiasis. It is indicated for the prevention and treatment of infections caused by bacteria or fungi in a variety of eczema and other allergic and inflammatory dermatoses. It has been used successfully to treat acne inguinal, chronic dermatoses of the extremities, erythrasma the external ear otitis, balanoposthitis, herpes zoster, dermatitis, eczema, contact dermatitis, dermatitis microbial follicular dermatitis, dyshidrosis, paronychia (candida) anal pruritus, intertrigo, seborrheic eczema, parakeratosis, pustular acne, impetigo of the scalp, neurodermatitis, angular stomatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, occipital area, photosensitivity dermatitis, lichenified and groin ringworm ringworm infections, like tinea cruris, tinea pedis, and tinea corporis.
CONTRAINDICATIONS - Quadriderm
Quadriderm cream or ointment is contraindicated in patients with a history of hypersensitivity to any of its components. It is also contraindicated in cases of tuberculous lesions of the skin, acute herpes simplex, vaccinia and varicella.
WARNINGS - Quadriderm
any adverse effects reported to the systemic application of corticosteroids, which include adrenal suppression, may also take place with topical corticosteroids, especially in children and newborns.
The absorption of Quadriderm cream or ointment will be larger if wide body surface are treated or if the occlusive method is used. Possible safety measures ought to be taken in advance in these situations or when it is prolonged use of the product, particularly in young children.
Prolonged use of topical antibiotics may occasionally result in growth of non-susceptible organisms. If this occurs, or if irritation, sensitization or super infections are present, treatment with Quadriderm cream or ointment should be discontinued and appropriate therapy should be instituted.
The ferric chloride test for phenylketonuria may yield false positive if clioquinol is present in the urine.
Light stains on clothing may occur due to clioquinol.
Quadriderm cream or ointment is not suitable for ophthalmic use.