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Heximar® Ointment

Skin Care Heximar Ointment (Generic) Generic drugs, marketed without brand names, contain the exact same active ingredients used in their brand-name counterparts, but cost significantly less. The drugs are required to meet US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) standards for safety, purity and effectiveness.
Heximar Ointment

Plaque psoriasis is treated using a synthetic vitamin D derivative ointment called Heximar® Ointment. This ointment can be used on both adults and children older than 6 years of age. It does this by slowing down the pace at which skin cells reproduce, which in turn brings the psoriatic condition under control. It is possible to take it by itself or in conjunction with a number of different medications.


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Ointment Heximar® (Heximar) What kind of merchandise is this exactly? The Heximar-B® ointment has two different active components that work well together: Psoriasis can be treated topically using calcipotriol, which is an analogue of the naturally occurring active metabolite of vitamin D3. This calcipotriol comes in the form of an ointment and has a wide spectrum of pharmacological action. Betamethasone dipropionate is a glucocorticosteroid that has local anti-inflammatory, antipruritic, and immunosuppressive effects. It works by inhibiting the proliferation of keratinocytes, promoting the differentiation of the epidermis, and having a significant effect on cytokines and T-cells in the skin. Ointment has an impact on all linkages in the pathogenesis of psoriasis and produces a rapid response in the topical treatment of chronic plaque psoriasis, regardless of the severity of the condition; substance that has been authorized by the FDA and has excellent cosmetic features (odorless, colorless, and does not stain skin or clothing). Ointment for topical application is the form of the drug's release. 15 g Composition: each gram includes betamethasone dipropionate equal to betamethasone IP - 0.5 mg; calcipotriol anhydrous IP - 50 mcg; and on the ointment base - q.s. Psoriasis of the scalp in the acute stage; spotted, erythrodermic, exfoliative and pustular psoriasis; renal insufficiency or acute liver failure; viral lesions of the skin; fungal or bacterial skin infections; parasitic infections; cutaneous manifestations of tuberculosis; hypersensitivity to calcipotriol and any auxiliary component of the preparation; pregnancy and lactation; children up to age 18; diseases associated with impaired calcium Caution is advised in the following circumstances: hypercalcemia, hypercalciuria, hypervitaminosis D, nephrolithiasis, and age above 65 are all risk factors for developing nephrolithiasis. The medication's potential for adverse effects The most common symptom is a local inflammation of the skin. Erythema and itching of the skin are typical symptoms. Dermatitis (including dermatitis and perioral facial skin in the application of the solution), as well as a worsening of psoriasis, are examples of atypical side effects. Very uncommon conditions include hyperpigmentation, hypercalciuria, and hypercalcemia. There have been reports of people developing photosensitivity and hypersensitive responses. [Citation needed] [Citation needed] Patients should limit or avoid excessive exposure to natural and artificial sunlight; use of the drug in doses higher than recommended may cause an increase in the concentration of calcium in the blood; precautionary measures include avoiding contact with the scalp, face, and mucous membranes of the mouth; and exposure to natural and artificial sunlight should be limited (hypercalcemia). It is not safe to take this medication in conjunction with any topical therapies that include salicylic acid. After the medication was discontinued, there was an immediate return to a normal level of calcium in the blood. Dosage and instructions for use are as follows: prior to use, consult your physician; apply a small amount directly to the damaged area 1-2 times per day (maximum daily dose – should not exceed 15 grams, week – no more than 100 grams); treated area should not be more than 30% of body surface; after treatment, wash your hands; the recommended period of treatment is four weeks; a second course should be agreed upon with your doctor. Duration of shelf life: one year Conditions for storage include: storing at temperatures up to 30 degrees Celsius; storing in a dry and dark area; keeping the tube out of the reach of children; and not freezing the product.


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