07 Jan 2001

Baycuten® (Baycuten® Creme) - Deutschland

Updated: 07 Jan 2001

Baycuten®

Ekzeme u. Dermatitiden, bes. mykotisch superinfizierte Hauterkrankungen.

Baycuten® Description, Presentation and Dosage

Baycuten® Description

Baycuten® Drug Class Description

Imidazole und andere Stoffe

Baycuten® Drug Description

100 g enth.: Clotrimazol 1 g, Dexamethasonacetat 0,0443 g (entspr. 0,04 g Dexamethason).

Baycuten® Generic Name

Baycuten® Creme

Baycuten® Presentation

Baycuten® Presentation

Baycuten®

Baycuten® Manufacturer

Bayer Vital

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Baycuten® Dosage

Baycuten® Adult Dosage

Benzylalkohol, Cetylstearylalkohol, gereinigtes Wasser, mittelkettige Triglyceride, Tri-(alkyltetraglycolether)-o-Phosphorsäureester.

Baycuten® Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

Baycuten® Special Precautions

Baycuten® Special Precautions

G 12 a-c, f, g. Okklusiv-Technik bei Kranken mit endogenem Ekzem.

Baycuten® Adverse Reactions

Baycuten® Adverse Reactions

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