Excutadive dermatosis, inflammatory skin diseases which are microbiologically (esp. by Candida sp.) superinfected such as erythema of the rumps in infants, balanitis, vulvitis, anal eczema and eczema of the folds.
- As with all other topical corticoids, NYSTADERM cream is contraindicated in bacterial cutaneous infections (including tuberculosis cutis and Syphilis) and viral cutaneous infections (varicella).
- The application of NYSTADERM cream near the eyes and in the ears should be avoided.
- NYSTADERM cream should not be used when there is a known hypersensibility to one of its components.
- Cutaneous Problems
Side effects such as cutaneous irritations, burning sensation, pruritus, dryness of the skin, also hypersensibility reactions may occur occasionally in particular at the beginning of treatment.
- Dexamethasone: occasionally the prolonged treatment may cause cutaneous atrophy, telangiectasia, cutaneous hemorrhage, clefts, cortico-induced acne and perioral dermatitis.
- Systemic undesirable Effects
When the product is used for a long term treatment and/or when it is used under occlusive dressings the following undesirable effects may develop in exceptional cases: suppression of endogenous steroids synthesis, hyperadrenalism with edema, clefts, release of diabetes (if latent), osteoporosis and growth slowing in children.
- Nystatin: the undesirable effects after the application of topical nystatin are very rare even after prolonged treatment and may be expressed by cutaneous irritations or as allergic reactions.
- Chlorhexidine: the undesirable effects after the application of topical chlorhexidine are very rare. In high concentrations, chlorhexidine may cause irritation to skin and mucous membranes, allergic reactions are very rare.
DOSAGE & ADMINISTRATION:
Apply NYSTADERM in a thin layer 2 to 3 times a day to skin and mucous membranes.
Carton box containing tube of 20 gr.