Medically reviewed by Militian Inessa Mesropovna, PharmD. Last updated on 2020-04-02
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Carbamide peroxide, hydrocortisone, lactic acid
locally used to treat atopic eczema, Besniers prarigo, acute and chronic allergic eczema, neurodermite and other hyperkeratotic skin diseases with concomitant inflammation.
For outdoor use only.
Adults, elderly people and children :
after bathing or washing, apply to the affected area twice a day. Wet lesions should be treated to dry them before using HC squid .
Skin tuberculosis, viral infections accompanied by skin manifestations such as simple herpes, vaccines, chickenpox and measles. Syphilic skin lesions. With simultaneous mycotic infections, the cream should be complemented by antifungal treatment.
in infants, a high surface with respect to mass increases the likelihood of overgrown steroids from cream, even without occlusion, which makes adrenal suppression more likely. In infants, long-term continuous current therapy should be avoided.
Calmurid HC does not have or does not have a slight effect on the ability to control and use machines.
When applied to open wounds or mucous membranes, the hypertensive and acidic nature of the drug can lead to a narrowing. In such cases, rinse with water. If lubrication is a barrier to therapy, dilute it with an equal amount of water cream: after a week of treatment with this material, normal strength should be maintained.
Report alleged side effects
Reporting the alleged side effects after taking the drug is important. This allows you to constantly monitor the balance of the benefits and risks of the drug. Health workers are encouraged to report alleged side effects through the Yellow Card system. Website: www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
a barrier function in the skin for absorbing steroids, low toxicity of the hydrocortisone and the natural mechanism of its quick inactivation make an overdose unlikely.
Pharmacotherapeutic group: corticosteroids, weak, other combinations
Internal Affairs Code: D07XA
Urea at a concentration of 10% has a keratolytic, antimicrobial, anti-parritic and moisturizing effect on the skin, properties that are also caused by lactic acid. Hydrocortisone 1% is the normal concentration of the drug used as a dermatological anti-inflammatory drug. In some patients with eczema, Calmurid HC cream can be as effective as fluorinated steroid creams.
Corticosteroids, weak, other combinations
Urea, lactic acid and hydrocortisone are long-established materials, the preclinical profile of which is known.
do not mix with other drugs, since the impact on the stability of everyone is unknown. Do not pack in containers of alloy, as they can react with milk acid.
no special disposal requirements.