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Presentation of salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate

use Topic
Use Adult and Pediatric Over 2 years

Lab: Medley

Dermatological Ointment 0.5 mg / g + 30 mg / g: 30 g packaging.

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Composition

Salicylic acid composition + betamethasone dipropionate

Each dermatological gram of ointment contains:

............ betamethasone dipropionate 0.64 mg

(Corresponding to 0.5 mg of betamethasone)

............ salicylic acid 30 mg

excipient q.s. ............ 1 g

(Liquid petrolatum and white petrolatum)

1. What is this drug is indicated?

What is salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate

This ointment is indicated for the relief of inflammation and pruritus (itching) in chronic skin conditions that respond to treatment with corticosteroids for topical use (local). Among these skin diseases are included: psoriasis (a disease with thickening and scaling of the skin), chronic atopic dermatitis, neurodermatitis (chronic lichen simplex), lichen planus, nummular eczema, eczema of the hand and eczematous dermatitis, dyshydrosis (small blisters on the palms of hands and soles of the feet), seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp (dandruff), ichthyosis vulgaris and other conditions that present important dryness and thickening of the skin.

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2. How this medicine works?

expected action of salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate

Salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate has in its betamethasone dipropionate formulation, a corticosteroid with anti-inflammatory effect, antipruritic and vasoconstrictive. This ointment also has in its formulation salicylic acid which makes the skin more accessible to the action of betamethasone and more receptive to fungicidal and bacteriostatic action of the salicylic acid itself. The beginning of salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate action is immediate.

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3. When should I not use this medicine?

Contraindications and risks of salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate

Do not use salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate if you have had any allergic or abnormal reaction to any of the formula of the product components.

Salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate is contraindicated in patients who have skin infections caused by viruses or fungi and tuberculosis in patients with skin and skin infections caused by bacteria which are not getting suitable concomitant treatment.

This ointment is not recommended for ophthalmic use (in the eye) or other mucosal surfaces.

Salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate is contraindicated for children under 2 years.

Salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate is contraindicated for use in patients who have a history of hypersensitivity to any component of the formula.

Salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate is contraindicated in cases of suspected dengue, it may increase the risk of bleeding.

Children or adolescents should not use this medicine for chicken pox or flu symptoms before a doctor is consulted about Reye's syndrome, a rare but serious disease associated with this drug.

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4. What should I know before using this medicine?

Precautions warnings and salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate

If irritation or allergy during the use of betamethasone dipropionate + salicylic acid, you should stop treatment and see your doctor.

If there is infection, your doctor will administer appropriate therapy.

If your skin is too dry, if irritation develops or if there is undesirable peeling, you should stop using salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate temporarily and notify your doctor.

It should not be used in the eye, or in other mucosal surfaces.

Any of the side effects reported with the use of systemic corticosteroids, including adrenal suppression, can occur with the use of betamethasone dipropionate + salicylic acid, especially in children.

The possibility of undesirable effects occur throughout the body is enhanced if a large area of ​​the body is treated with betamethasone dipropionate and salicylic acid + done if an occlusive dressing. The application of salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate on wounds should be avoided. proper care should be taken in advance under these conditions or when using the product for a long time, especially in children.

Use in children: children may have undesirable reactions such as, for example, suppression of adrenal gland, more easily than adults. They have been reported in children using topical corticosteroids: clinical results from an excess of corticosteroids; growth retardation; weight gain; intracranial hypertension (increased pressure within the skull), which can manifest as headache.

The use of salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate in children should be restricted to five days restrain prolonged use in children of all ages as well as the use of occlusive dressings.

Salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate should not be used in children under 2 years.

Use in the elderly: like the skin of older people is thinner depending on age, some side effects are more likely to occur in these patients. Thus, topical corticosteroids should be used infrequently for short periods, or under close medical supervision in elderly patients. The use of topical corticosteroids low power may be necessary for some patients.

Both substances (acetylsalicylic acid and betamethasone) are not fully compatible with breastfeeding and their use should be judicious and according to medical criteria.

Interactions of salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate

Drug-drug interactions: They have not been reported clinically relevant drug interactions using the appropriately product.

Interactions laboratory examination medicine:

- Adrenal Function is assessed by stimulating corticotropin (ACTH), measured by cortisol or 17 free hidrocorticoides urine for 24 hours, or by plasma cortisol measure and function of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (HPA): can occur decrease if there is significant absorption of corticosteroids, especially in children.

- Total count of eosinophils: a decrease occurs if the decrease plasma cortisol.

- Glucose: concentrations in urine and blood may increase if significant absorption occurs corticosteroid due to the hyperglycemic activity of corticosteroids.

Use of salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate in pregnancy and breastfeeding

The safety of use of betamethasone dipropionate + salicylic acid in pregnant women has not been fully proven. Thus, the product should be used during pregnancy only when the benefits outweigh the potential risk to the fetus.

This product should not be used in pregnant patients in large amounts or for prolonged periods.

Salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate should not be used by pregnant women without medical or dental surgeon.

Tell your doctor immediately if pregnancy is suspected.

Not known whether topical administration of corticosteroids could result in sufficient systemic absorption to produce detectable quantities in breast milk, you should decide to discontinue breastfeeding or discontinue the treatment, taking into account the importance of treatment to the mother.

During the period and breastfeeding or breast milk donation only use drugs with the knowledge of your doctor or dentist because some medications can be excreted in human milk, causing unwanted reactions to the baby.

Tell your doctor or dentist-surgeon if you are making use of some other medication.

Do not use medicine without the knowledge of your doctor. It can be dangerous to your health.

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5. Where, how and for how long can I keep this medicine?

Storage, manufacturing date, expiry date and physical aspect of salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate

Salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate should be kept at room temperature (between 15 and 30 ° C).

lot number and dates of manufacture and expiry: see packaging.

Do not use medicine with the expiry date. Store it in its original packaging.

Characteristics of salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate

Salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate is in the form of homogeneous ointment, white, bright with good spreadability.

Before use, note the appearance of salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate.

If it is within the validity period and you observe any changes in appearance, see the pharmacist to find out if you can use it.

All medicine should be kept out of reach of children.

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6. How should I use this medicine?

Dosage, Dosage and salicylic acid usage instructions betamethasone dipropionate +

dermatological use

Prior to use, lightly tap the tube on a flat and smooth surface with the top facing upwards so that the product content go to the bottom of the tube, avoiding wasted when removing the lid.

Apply a thin layer of the product on the affected area in the morning and evening (12 in 12 hours).

In some patients, salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate may be applied less frequently, according to medical advice. The duration of treatment must also be determined by your doctor.

Must apply a sufficient amount of cream to cover the affected area, gently massaging the site after application.

As with all of the topical preparations of highly active corticosteroid treatment should be suspended so that the dermatological disorder is controlled. In some patients, the frequency of application can be reduced according to the evolution of dermatological picture.

Follow the guidance of your doctor, always respecting schedules, doses and duration of treatment. Do not stop treatment without the knowledge of your doctor.

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7. What should I do if you forget to use this medicine?

Use the medication as soon as you remember. If time is close to what would be the next dose, skip this missed dose and follow the schedule of other doses normally (morning and evening). Do not fold the dose to compensate the missed dose.

If in doubt, seek advice from the pharmacist or your doctor or dentist.

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8. What are the evils that this medicine can cause me?

Adverse effects of salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate

Along with the effects required for their treatment, salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate may cause unwanted reactions. Salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate may cause some unwanted effects.

In clinical studies, betamethasone dipropionate ointment + salicylic acid was well tolerated.

The following local adverse reactions have been reported with the use of topical corticosteroids:

- unusual reactions (Occurring between 0.1% and 1% of patients using salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate): itching, skin atrophy, skin infection, skin inflammation, dilation of small blood vessels of the skin, stinging, bruising, swelling the site of the skin where the hair is born.

- rare reactions (Occurring between 0.01% and 0.1% of patients using salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate): streaking, increased by eruptions similar to acne, skin ulcer, urticaria, depigmentation of skin, increased skin sensitivity by the loss, dry skin, small blisters on the skin, redness, skin irritation.

- Reactions whose incidence is not yet determined: dermatitis around the mouth, allergic contact dermatitis, maceration of the skin, peeling skin and tingling.

The continuous application of preparations containing salicylic acid may cause dermatitis.

Please tell your doctor, dentist or pharmacist any undesirable reactions by the use of salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate. Also tell the company through its service.

9. What to do if someone uses a larger amount than indicated this medicine

Overdose of salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate

Prolonged or excessive use of topical corticosteroids can suppress the function of the adrenal gland, resulting in failure of this gland, and can produce manifestations of excess steroid hormone, such as weight gain, redness in the face, face full moon shape, stretch marks , muscle weakness and high blood pressure.

Excessive use of drugs containing salicylic acid on the skin can cause symptoms salicismo (excess of that acid). In this case, the doctor will ask you to stop using salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate immediately.

In case of use of large amounts of salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate, seek medical help fast and lightweight packaging or labeling salicylic acid + betamethasone dipropionate, if possible. Call 0800 722 6001 if you need further guidance.

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This leaflet was updated as Bula Standard approved by ANVISA on 03/27/2015.

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