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topical

(of a drug, ointment, etc.) for application to the body surface; local
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In order to appreciate why topical aminoglycoside-induced ototoxicity seems to be so uncommon, it is useful to look at certain middle ear anatomic factors, as well as individual patient and physician factors.
Not surprisingly, otolaryngologists use topical quinolones more than primary care physicians do and less than pediatricians do.
In summary, although topical aminoglycosides are certainly effective in the treatment of middle ear pathology, I find it difficult to support their continued use in light of their ototoxic potential and the availability of safer agents such as the quinolones, which cover the same pathogens and appear to be just as effective.
Greven commented, "Current drugs for wet AMD must be administered via monthly direct injections to the eye, so OcuCure's development of a topical eye drop that reaches the retina in significant concentrations potentially represents a more convenient, attractive treatment option for patients.
05%, a super high-potency topical steroid formulation to treat atopic dermatitis and plaque psoriasis; Extina([R]) (ketoconazole) Foam, 2%, to treat seborrheic dermatitis; and Velac([R]) (a combination of 1% clindamycin and 0.
A biofilm is relatively impervious to systemic and topical antibiotics.
Our purpose is to investigate the changes in bacteriology that have occurred during the postfluoroquinolone era with respect to both topical and systemic agents.
The company also develops and markets natural-based proprietary products, including over-the-counter topical creams and skin care products, for inflammation-related markets.
Trends in topical drug delivery dealmaking in the biopharma industry since 2010
Fortunately, maternal exposure to topical corticosteroids was not associated with any other adverse outcomes, including miscarriage, stillbirth, preterm delivery, or orofacial cleft, Dr.
There is no proven curative therapy at present for atopic dermatitis; first-line therapy has generally consisted of dry skin care, avoidance of triggers, application of topical corticosteroids, and administration of histamine [H.
The purported safety issues that surround the use of topical fluoroquinolones are the systemic effects of its absorption and its effects on the ecology of the ear canal, middle ear, and nasopharynx.