29 Jun 2009

SUDOCREM (Zinc oxide, anhydrous wool fat (hypoallergenic), benzyl benzoate, benzyl cinnamate, benzyl alcohol) - United Kingdom

Updated: 29 Jun 2009


In the treatment of:

1. Napkin rash

2. Eczema

3. Bedsores

4. Acne

5. Minor burns

6. Surface wounds

7. Sunburn 8. Chilblains

SUDOCREM Description, Presentation and Dosage

SUDOCREM Description

SUDOCREM Drug Class Description

Antiseptic emollients.

SUDOCREM Drug Description

Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream

SUDOCREM Generic Name

Zinc oxide, anhydrous wool fat (hypoallergenic), benzyl benzoate, benzyl cinnamate, benzyl alcohol

SUDOCREM Presentation

SUDOCREM Presentation

Emulsified water in oil cream

SUDOCREM Manufacturer

Forest Laboratories UK Limited

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SUDOCREM Adult Dosage

Apply a thin layer with suitable covering where necessary. Renew application as required. No distinction is required between indications or between adults, children and the elderly.

Topical cream for external use only.

SUDOCREM Precautions, Reactions and Contraindications

SUDOCREM Special Precautions

SUDOCREM Special Precautions

For external use only and should not be allowed to come into contact with the eyes and the mucous membranes.

SUDOCREM Adverse Reactions

SUDOCREM Adverse Reactions

Side effects include local hypersensitivity occasionally.

SUDOCREM Contraindications

SUDOCREM Contraindications

Hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients.

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