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Effect of an ointment containing boric acid, zinc oxide, starch and petrolatum on psoriasis

Australas J Dermatol. 1998 Nov;39(4):283. Effect of an ointment containing boric acid, zinc oxide, starch and petrolatum on psoriasis. Dallimore KJ. Comment on. Effect of an ointment containing boric acid, zinc oxide, starch and petrolatum on psoriasis. on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists. PubMed journal article Effect of an ointment containing boric acid, zinc oxide, starch and petrolatum on psoriasi was found in Unbound MEDLINE. Download PubMed App to iPhone, iPad, Android smartphone and tablet.

Effect of an ointment containing boric acid, zinc oxide, starch and petrolatum on psoriasis 2Effect of an ointment containing boric acid, zinc oxide, starch and petrolatum on psoriasis. Australas. J. Dermatol. Australas J Dermatol 1997 Nov;38(4):185-6. The Deri-Sal not only restored our skin to normal the psoriasis NEVER returned..except for a few small new spot that soon went packing too. Except for a few small new spot that soon went packing too. (Comment in Effect of an ointment containing boric acid, zinc oxide, starch and petrolatum on psoriasis. ) —————————– ZINC OXIDE ointment has many uses, including healing diaper rash, abrasions, sunburn. Additionally, the skin of the infant with diaper rash is often damaged or broken, further increasing the extent of absorption. Boric acid is known to present dangers to babies, but it is included in such products as Boudreaux s Butt Paste.

For example, skin products containing boric acid are not recommended owing to its toxicity. Gentamycin (Garamycin cream and ointment) is also an effective topical antibacterial preparation. Penicillin V is also useful for anaerobic coverage in patients with oral cavity infections. Boric acid solutions should not be used in infants and young children for the possibility of toxic absorption. Zinc oxide, starch, talcum and aluminium chloride (for hyperhidrosis) are the commonest powders used in infants and young children. 310.545 Drug products containing certain active ingredients offered over-the-counter (OTC) for certain uses. Boric acid. Calcium polysulfide. Calcium thiosulfate. Camphor. Chloroxylenol. Zinc oxide. (7) Dandruff/seborrheic dermatitis/psoriasis drug products. Red petrolatum.

Effect Of An Ointment Containing Boric Acid, Zinc Oxide, Starch And Petrolatum On Psoriasis

Effect of an ointment containing boric acid, zinc oxide, starch and petrolatum on psoriasis 33 Icthammol in Lassar’s Paste; 24 zinc oxide; 24 starch; 50 white soft paraffin 2. Women sometimes use capsules containing boric acid, the most common form of boron, inside the vagina to treat yeast infections. Boron seems to affect the way the body handles other minerals such as magnesium and phosphorus. These effects may be supplemented by pharmacological or biochemical effects of the active substances or substance mixtures. It is freely miscible with water and most ointment bases, and dissolves or holds in suspension the most commonly used external medicines. Glycerin may be used as a vehicle for lime water for application to small burns, erythema, and slight excoriations; for menthol for the relief of itching in urticaria, chronic eczema, and other pruritic conditions; for boric acid in the mild forms of facial dermatitis; for lactic acid in freckles, sunburn, and other pigmentations; for bismuth, borax, salicylic acid, phenol, boric acid, or sodium or potassium bicarbonate when their long-continued local effects are desired, especially in ulcerations and various skin diseases. Montgomery advises a paste made as follows: Starch, Zinc Oxide, of each 1 part; Glycerin, 2 parts. Boric acid. Zinc oxide. (ii) Approved as of (d) Any OTC drug product that is not in compliance with this section is subject to regulatory action if initially introduced or initially delivered for introduction into interstate commerce after the dates specified in paragraphs (d)(1) through (d)(39) of this section. IDD is most commonly distributed in areas with the greatest skin-to-diaper contact.5. Potential risk factors include treatment with topical steroids,11 candida infection, and occlusive plastic diaper covers. Products containing boric acid, camphor, phenol, and salicylates should be avoided due to potential systemic toxicity.

Compounds

The ointment bases are almost always anhydrous and generally contains one or more medicaments in suspension or solution. White soft paraffin (White petroleum jelly, White petrolatum). Ring worm or psoriasis. Zinc oxide ointments supplemented with ichthammol, acrinol, boric acid or the like are also known. As a result of this effect of controlling bacteria or fungi, i.e., antibacterial or antifungal effect, the composition of the invention comprising a combination of a zinc compound and hinokitiol or a salt thereof is useful for treating infectious diseases caused by bacteria or fungi, for preserving cosmetics, and for other purposes., disintegrating agents such as dried starch, sodium alginate, agar powder, laminaran powder, sodium hydrogen carbonate, calcium carbonate, polyoxyethylenesorbitan fatty acid esters, sodium lauryl sulfate, stearic acid monoglyceride, starch, glucose, etc.