can be considered a promising adjuvant therapy for allergic rhinitis.
Conclusion: Self-medication and prolonged use of potent steroid ointments
are major contributors in development of iatrogenic Cushing's Syndrome in infants and children.
26), but after treatment all three factors, erythema, scaling and thickness, were significantly lower where the active ointment
had been applied (P = 0.
The study's authors urged more study in both the United States and Japan to gauge the susceptibility of MRSA strains to antibiotic ointments
and how use of such ointments
might be leading to the emergence of drug-resistant MRSA strains.
In mild cases moisturizing ointments
are preferable to creams.
It also makes the ointment
light when applied to the skin, and promises lasting protection.
This time we are curing patients by putting chickpea ointment
on their affected areas.
Without any restrictions on the medical properties of ointments
and cures, and together with the ease of manufacture of transfer printed pots on which the claims could be stated, the growth of the quack cure exploded.
and antiseptics account for most first aid treatment sales, about $397 million, up 2.
Pregnant and lactating women may be treated with ophthalmic solutions or ointments
short term at standard dosages, because clinically insignificant amounts are absorbed into the maternal and fetal circulation.
Apart from 'magic' herbs, the ointments
contained weird ingredients such as the fat of wolves and cats, bats' blood, frogs' toe, etc.
Lysine supplements and topical ointments
are available at pharmacies and health-food stores.