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of, constituting, or relating to a theme or themes

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pertaining to the surface of a body part

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Daily cleaning under the operative microscope to remove debris and otorrhea and to facilitate the administration of topical antibiotic drops is preferred but impractical in most practices.
The market can be segmented according to the major antibiotic agent used in the preparation, drug classes such as macrocyclics, cephalosporins, glycopeptides, carbapenems and glycylcyclines, and the type of topical condition.
The report takes the reader through a comprehensive review Topical Drug Delivery deal trends, key players, top deal values, as well as deal financials, allowing the understanding of how, why and under what terms, companies are entering Topical Drug Delivery partnering deals.
IGA scores improved in patients taking both anti-inflammatory--dose doxycycline and metronidazole at each clinic visit, but the difference between this group and the group taking placebo and the topical gel only became statistically significant at weeks 12 and 16.
Stein, who is director of dermatology research at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, singled out the study for special attention because its unusually large size makes for convincingly strong conclusions regarding an issue for which there has been a dearth of data: the safety of topical steroids in pregnancy.
Numerous high-quality, randomized, double-blinded placebo-controlled trials of topical NSAIDs have been conducted in recent years, involving diclofenac--the only topical NSAID available in the United States--as well as other topical agents on the market outside of this country.
This is not to say that topical antibiotics do not lead to resistance, because such a statement is incomplete.
If the patient is not responding to the topical antibiotic, change to oral antibiotics," Dr.
Potential advantages of MBI 594AN over currently available prescription topical acne products include rapid action, reduction of both inflammatory and non-inflammatory acne lesions, bactericidal activity with no demonstrated induction of resistance, rapidly effective against multi-resistant P.
The new members of the Topical Group (now totaling 214) will hear from Donna Greene of the APS by e-mail, notifying them of their membership.
DERMABOND Topical Skin Adhesive, which is used to replace sutures, staples and adhesive strips for closing certain topical incisions and lacerations, is the first such product to be approved by the FDA for the U.
Taclonex([R]) Topical Suspension is the only once-daily, steroid-containing topical treatment that combines the strength and benefits of 2 active ingredients, a vitamin D analog (calcipotriene) and a corticosteroid (betamethasone dipropionate).
Stein, director of dermatology research at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, singled out the study for special attention because its unusually large size makes for convincingly strong conclusions regarding an issue for which there has been a dearth of data: the safety of topical steroids in pregnancy.
The use of topical lidocaine products to mitigate pain during mammograms and other medical tests has the potential to cause life-threatening events, according to a public health advisory issued by the Food and Drug Administration.
Nawasreh and Al-Wedyan in Saudi Arabia found that perioperative ciprofloxacin drops lowered the rate of postoperative otorrhea from 16 to 8%, (8) but other studies have indicated that the benefit of topical antibiotic prophylaxis in general is small.