Steper Pro, aerosol 30ml bifonazole, antifungal

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Steper Pro 0.01g / ml aerosol 30ml bifonazole, antifungal

The active substance contained in the drug, i.e. bifonazole, is an ingredient with a broad spectrum of antifungal activity. The medicinal product bifonazole, antifungal Steper Pro 0.01g / ml is an aerosol indicated for topical use, incl. in the treatment of fungal skin infections. Sorry UK only.

Composition of bifonazole, antifungal Steper Pro 0.01g / ml:

Active substance: bifonazole (Bifonazolum). 1 ml of solution contains 10 mg of bifonazole and excipients: ethanol 96%, isopropyl myristate.

Steper Pro bifonazole, antifungal operation 0.01g / ml:

The medicinal product bifonazole, antifungal Steper Pro 0.01g / ml contains bifonazole - an active substance with a broad spectrum of antifungal activity. It is an antifungal drug in the form of a cutaneous solution for topical treatment of fungal skin infections and dandruff erythematosus.

Application:
The medicinal product Steper Pro 0.01g / ml indicated for topical use in the treatment of fungal infections of the skin (including mycosis of the hands and feet, tinea pedis, mycosis of skin folds, tinea versicolor, superficial candidiasis (mycoses) caused by dermatophytes, yeasts, molds and other species of fungi) and in the treatment of dandruff erythematosus.

Additional information:
Store the product out of reach of children, at room temperature. It is recommended to protect against moisture and light. Caution should be exercised in cases of hypersensitivity reactions to other imidazole antifungal agents (e.g. econazole, clotrimazole, miconazole) in the past. Do not swallow, avoid contact with the mouth. Avoid contact with the eyes. Use in children: the drug can be used in infants and young children only under the doctor's prescription and under his supervision. Caution should be exercised with the simultaneous use of the drug and warfarin - increased risk of hemorrhage.

Use during pregnancy and breastfeeding: always consult your doctor, but this drug should not be used in the first trimester of pregnancy. Later, the doctor decides about the use of the drug, after assessing the risk-benefit ratio. Breastfeeding women, for whom their doctor decides that treatment is necessary, must stop breastfeeding. The drug contains ethanol (301 mg of alcohol (ethanol) in each milliliter of solution) - the drug may cause a burning sensation on irritated skin; in newborns (premature and full-term newborns), high levels of ethanol can cause severe local reactions and systemic toxicity due to extensive absorption through immature skin (primarily under occlusive dressing). Flammable product - do not use near open fire,

Contraindications:
Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any component of the drug.

Side effects:
Some people may experience side effects while taking the drug. Not known: pain at the injection site; peripheral swelling (at the injection site); contact dermatitis; allergic dermatitis; erythema (local redness of the skin); itching; rash (itchy red lumps on the skin); hives (pale pink, itchy blisters on the skin) bubbles; peeling of the skin; eczema; dry skin; skin irritation; skin maceration (skin softening due to the action of the drug); a burning sensation on the skin. Usually the side effects disappear once treatment is stopped.

Dosage of bifonazole, antifungal Steper Pro 0.01g / ml aerosol:

Use as recommended on the leaflet or as directed by your doctor. Recommended daily dose: 1-2 pump strokes are usually enough to cover a hand-sized area of ​​the affected skin. Use the drug once a day, it is recommended to apply it in the evening before bedtime. The drug for external use, apply to the skin. Spray a thin layer on the affected skin, massage gently.

The duration of treatment usually lasts: for athlete's foot (including: athlete's foot) - 3 weeks; in the case of mycosis of the trunk, hands, skin folds - 2-3 weeks; in the case of erythematous dandruff - 2 weeks; in the case of superficial skin candidiasis - 2-4 weeks. If symptoms persist or do not improve after stopping treatment, please consult your doctor. You should also contact your doctor if you feel the drug is too strong or too weak.