antifungal agent

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Because our patient had bilateral involvement and some papule formation indicating Majocchi's granuloma, we prescribed oral terbinafine 250 mg daily for 2 weeks in addition to econazole cream.
IGI Laboratories, a generic topical pharmaceutical company, has received approval of its supplemental filing for the site transfer of econazole nitrate cream one percent, to the company's manufacturing facility in Buena, New Jersey from the United States Food and Drug Administration, it was reported yesterday.
0 million through the sale of treasury stock that we believe will enable us to accelerate revenue growth in 2013 with the purchase of econazole nitrate cream.
Clotrimazole (1% cream) is only used topically, because of gastrointestinal and neurological toxicity; Econazole exists in topical form only; miconazole (2-4% cream) can be used topically.
Most are effective against Candida, although econazole is more effective against filamentous fungi.
Bassiouny et al studied the effects of antifungal agents and found that dotrimazole and econazole were effective antifungal agents in the treatment of otomycosis.
They can be treated with topical drugs, including clotrimazole, econazole, oxiconazole, ciclopirox, terbinafme, and ketoconazole.
They can be treated with a wide variety of topical drugs, among them clotrimazole, econazole, oxiconazole, ciclopirox, terbinafine, and ketoconazole.
Use of decimal assay for additivity to demonstrate synergy in pair combinations of econazole, nikkomycin Z, and ibuprofen against C.
Econazole and miconazole inhibit steroidogenesis and disrupt steroidogenic acute regulatory (StAR) protein expression post-transcriptionally.
Our lead product candidate is EcoNail, a topically applied SEPA-based econazole lacquer for the treatment of onychomycosis, a condition commonly known as nail fungus.
Options include econazole, ketoconazole, oxiconazole, and sulconazole.
Evaluation of in vitro activity of ciclopiroxolamine, butenafine HCl and econazole nitrate against dermatophytes, yeasts and bacteria.
Moreover, all candida species were susceptible to amphotericin B, econazole, fluconazole, ketoconazole and nystatin (100% each).
Trials also showed the mycologie and clinical cure rates of naftifine 2% to be equivalent or superior to those of terbinafine, econazole, clotrimazole, miconazole, and tolnaftate.