There are no complete analogs, Lorinden A and Flumetazon can be considered similar in action.
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Instructions for use
Indications for use
This is also true for cases that are accompanied by hyperkeratosis and periodic itching.
Lorinden C is also used against seborrheic and atopic dermatitis, allergic contact dermatitis, lichen erythematosus, cutaneous lupus erythematosus, polymorphic erythema.
Dosage and administration
The ointment should be applied with a thin layer on those skin areas that have been affected. In the first days of treatment - 2-3 times a day, after the occurrence of positive results, apply 1-2 times a day.
It is important that the duration of use was not more than 2 weeks. You can apply a bandage that lets air through.
With excessive lichenisation and hyperkeratosis (dry rash, crusts, thickening of the skin), an occlusive dressing is necessary 1 time in 24-48 hours, with a total duration of treatment - no more than 1 week.
Without prior consultation with a specialist it is not recommended to use more than 2 g of ointment per day.
Lorinden C should not be used with:
- increased susceptibility to flumethasone pivalate or other glucorticosteroids, as well as clioquinol and other components of the product;
- the presence of viral (say, herpes virus, depriving, smallpox of the wind type), bacterial (tuberculosis of the skin) or fungal infections of the epidermis;
- skin tumors;
- common and pink acne (rosacea);
- dermatitis in the oral area (perioral type dermatitis);
- in the first 2-3 days after vaccination;
- inflammation of varicose veins or ulcers;
- burns and similar damage;
- itching in the genital area;
- diaper-type dermatitis;
- age up to 10 years;
- in the first trimester of pregnancy.
Possible side effects that fall into two categories: local and systemic reactions. The first in rare cases include burning, itching on the skin, acne, acne, dry epidermis and folliculosis. With prolonged use - atrophy of the skin, slight hirsutism, telangiectosis, imbalance of pigmentation.
The second ones are similar in symptomatology with corticosteroids (glucocorticosteroids): short-term dizziness, nausea, loss of concentration.
Composition and pharmacokenetics
1 g of Lorinden C modifies 0.2 mg of flumethasone pivalate, as well as 30 mg of clioquinol (iodchloroxyquinoline) - these are the main active ingredients.
Auxiliary - white wax and petrolatum.
When applying the ointment on the skin, the active substance easily penetrates through the stratum corneum.
Flumethasone Pivalate is almost not absorbed into the bloodstream, and also has no systemic effect. Absorption becomes more significant with frequent use of the tool, as well as application on large areas of the skin or on the face. This is also true for areas with skin folds damaged by the epidermis, using a special dressing that increases the degree of humidity and local temperature indicators.
Clioquinol, when used as an ointment, can slightly penetrate the epidermis by binding to plasma proteins.
Active ingredients Lorinden C is almost not metabolized in the skin. After absorption, the ointment is mainly split in the area of the liver. Excreted in the form of metabolites and in small quantities with urine or bile.
Clioquinol is partially biologically transformed in the liver and is excreted in the urine.
It is released without a prescription. The ointment should be stored in a place inaccessible to children, with temperature indicators not exceeding 25 ° C. The shelf life is 3 years.
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