Advertising Epiderm light (Black Skin) (2017)

    Institutional Advertising for Epiderm Light 2017 (peau noir) by TeamWork Congo

    Epiderm is effective in the treatment of various skin infections, such as ringworm, otitis externa, seborrheic dermatitis, contact with dermatitis.
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    Product Name Molecule
    Betamethasone dipropionate, epidermal cream, gentamicin, tolnaftate, lodochlorohydroxyquinoline, chlorocresol
    Betamethasone dipropionate, gentamicin, tolnaftate, lodochlorohydroxyquinoline, chlorocresol
    indications
    Treatment of various inflammatory dermatological disorders associated with bacterial or superficial fungal infections of the skin.

    Pharmacological class
    Betamethasone: corticosteroid. Gentamicin: antibiotic aminoglycoside. Tolnaftate: synthetic thiocarbamate. Iodochlorhydroxyquinoline: halogenated hydroxyquinoline.

    Pharmacological properties
    Antifungal, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial.

    Action mechanism
    Corticosteroids are thought to act by inducing phospholipase A2 inhibitory proteins, collectively called lipocortins. It is postulated that these proteins control the biosynthesis of potent mediators of inflammation such as prostaglandins and leukotrienes. Gentamicin is an aminoglycoside that binds to ribosomal subunits of sensitive 30- and 50-year-old bacteria, disrupting protein synthesis, thereby rendering the bacterial cell membrane defective. Tolnaftate is an antifungal that inhibits the growth of dermatophytes. Iodochlorhydroxyquinoline has antibacterial and antifungal activity.

    Side effects
    Betamethasone: skin atrophy, local irritation, folliculitis, hypertrichosis. Acute withdrawal leading to acute adrenal insufficiency resulting in malaise, weakness, mental changes, muscle and joint pain, dystonia, hypoglycemia, hypotension, dehydration and death. Gentamicin: dizziness or vertigo; acute renal failure, interstitial nephritis, acute tubular necrosis; electrolyte imbalances; transient elevation of bilirubin and serum aminotransferases; purpura; nausea Vomiting; convulsions, mental depression, hallucinations. Tolnaftate: Irritation, pruritus, contact with dermatitis. Iodochlorhydroxyquinoline: Cross Sensitivity with other halogenated hydroxyquinolines. May discolor blond hair.

    cons-indications
    hypersensitivity; treatment of herpes simplex, vaccinia virus or chicken pox and during pregnancy. Children under 2 years old.

    comments
    An increase in the number of daily applications can improve the effects. The total dosage of betamethasone should not exceed 50 g per week. Patients should not be treated more than 2 weeks at a time. Sudden weaning can lead to a rebound of the disease. Do not apply to eczematous or broken skin or perforated tympanic membrane.

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