antifungal agent

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antifungal agent

[‚an·tē′fəŋ·gəl ‚ā·jənt]
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A chemical compound that either destroys or inhibits the growth of fungi.
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In a new study, researchers at the Shahrekord University of Medical Sciences compared the clinical effect of ginger cream along with clotrimazole with vaginal clotrimazole alone.
We came across less number of trials reported in literature comparing efficacy, safety and cost-effectiveness of topical antifungals clotrimazole and sertaconazole in the treatment of tinea corporis/cruris.
Conclusion: Topical clotrimazole (1%) was found more effective than single dose of oral itraconazole in the treatment of pityriasis versicolor.
officinalis vaginal cream with clotrimazole vaginal cream in the treatment of vaginal candidiasis.
krusei must be treated with local imidazoles such as clotrimazole or ciclopirox olamine, or boric acid, as it is resistant to fluconazole and itraconazole.
In all parameters, Group B [2% fusidic acid cream] showed better reduction compared to Group A [2% clotrimazole cream].
Development of convex, white colour, smooth and dry colonies on SDA, Malassezia was confirmed and isolates were sensitive to Ketoconazole, Clotrimazole (David et al.
Clotrimazole pure form (CP) and microspheres (CM) were added to acrylic powder and to silicone paste at 0.
1% clotrimazole and 2% salicylic acid appeared to be effective but 1% clotrimazole is slightly more effective.
Its clinical effectiveness is comparable to that of clotrimazole, when used topically in tinea corporis.
Our patients' initial treatment regimen consisted of clotrimazole ear drops for 3 weeks.
The findings, based on a study of 38,000 newborn infants, reveal that mothers who received clotrimazole during pregnancy including in the first trimester, showed a significant reduction in preterm births, said the statement.