07 Jan 2001

Ultralan (fluocortolon) - Nederland

Ultralan Description, Presentation and Dosage

Ultralan Description

Ultralan Drug Class Description

De preparaten worden in een dun laagje opgebracht; aan het begin van de behandeling tweemaal per dag, na enkele dagen eenmaal per dag. Na verbetering is twee- a driemaal per week aanbrengen meestal voldoende. Toepassing onder afsluitend verband kan van voordeel zijn. Het occlusief verband in de regel niet langer dan 24 uur toepassen; eventueel het verband iedere 12 uur vervangen. In het algemeen mag niet meer dan 30-60 g creme of (vet)zalf per week worden gebruikt.

Ultralan Generic Name

fluocortolon

Ultralan Presentation

Ultralan Presentation

Creme (fluocortolonhexanoaat 2,5 mg/g + -pivalaat 2,5 mg/g) (0,5%); 30 g, 50 g. Vetzalf (fluocortolon 2,5 mg/g + -hexanoaat 2,5 mg/g) (0,5%); 30 g, 50 g. Zalf (fluocortolon 2,5 mg/g + -hexanoaat 2,5 mg/g) (0,5%); 30 g, 50 g.

Ultralan Manufacturer

Schering

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