Skin Pain Ointment Prescription Steroid Promon Cream (Momethasonpuroite)
He spent a few days with itching on his face, ears, back of his neck, arms, and back of his hand. It was hellish days. My bumpy skin was gross. The symptoms got worse at night. Scratched like crazy.
I didn’t think about going to the dermatologist.
Because I was under a lot of stress, I didn’t drink water often, and I thought it was a temporary symptom of long-term sunlight.
Finally, I visited the dermatologist today. I can’t take it anymore.
The doctor observed my skin with a magnifying glass.
“There are many causes of skin itching.”
In the end, he did not give a definite answer and prescribed injections, medicine for three days, and ointment for skin pain. I told you to visit again next week, but I don’t want to go to the hospital.(I have to go even if I don’t want to.)
• Promon cream (momethasonefuroate, external steroid, adrenal cortex hormone): relief from itching and inflammation of skin diseases in response to corticoid.
Apply a thin layer on the affected area once a day and rub lightly until completely soaked.
Sealed bandages are prohibited.
Precautions for Use
1. Do not administer to the next patient.
1) Bacterial (tuberculosis, syphilis, etc.) , fungus (candidosis, white lines, etc.) •Virus (sheath, simple herpes, chickenpox, laryngitis, etc.) •Animal (ohms, squads, etc.) skin infections (symptoms may worsen)
2) Patients with hypersensitivity and history of this drug or its ingredients
3) Patients with eczema with eardrum perforation (healing delays may appear on the perforation)
4) Ulcers (excluding Bechett’s disease), burns and frostbite patients with abnormalities in the second degree core (skin regeneration may be inhibited and treatment may be delayed).
5) Patient with gastric dermatitis, common acne, and injection
6) Patients with difficulty surrounding and reproducing anus
7) Infants under 2 years of age
2. Carefully administer to the next patient.
1) Pregnant women or pregnant women and lactating women
2) Infants and children
3) Older people
4) This drug contains propylene glycol, so be careful when administering it to patients who are sensitive to this ingredient or have an allergic history.
3. Side effects
감염 Infection: Bacterial properties of the skin (infectious agar, hair follicle, etc.) and fungal properties (candidiasis, white blood, etc.) and viral infections may occur.[It is likely to appear in the case of sealed banding (ODT). If such symptoms occur, use appropriate antimicrobial agents or antifungal agents together, and if the symptoms do not improve quickly, stop using them.
일반적 General skin symptoms: hair follicle, swelling, skin irritation, irritation, fever, fever, rash, rash, redness, itching, skin dryness, agrarian dermatitis, allergic contact dermatitis, sweat belt, Hanjin, wound deterioration, pressure ulcer, and agrifugation. If such symptoms occur, stop using.
장기 Long-term training: steroid acne, steroid skin (skin atrophy, capillary dilation, placenta), steroid injection, gastrointestinal dermatitis (around the mouth, erythema, capillary dilation, scab, scab), childhood skin changes, polymorphic pigmentation, striatal, atopic dermatitis, skin, and atopic dermatitis. If these symptoms occur, use them slowly to replace them with corticoid-free drugs.
2) Endocrine system: Use extensively or over a long period of time, sealing bandages may inhibit pituitary and adrenal cortical functions, such as corticoid whole-body administration.
3) Snow: Be careful as it may cause increased intraocular pressure and glaucoma when used on the intraocular skin. Extensive use in bulk or over a long period of time, especially when using sealed bandages, may result in posterior cataracts, glaucoma, etc.
4. General attention
1) In principle, it should not be used for eczema and dermatitis, but if this drug is unavoidably used, treat it with an appropriate antimicrobial agent (full body application) or antifungal agent or combination with them.
2) Since systemic absorption of local corticoid can cause reversible hypothalamus – pituitary – adrenal (HPA) axis suppression, cushing syndrome, perglycemia, diabetes, etc., patients who use local corticoid under extensive body surface or sealing band method regularly measure cortisol concentration or HPH.
3) If the HPA axis was inhibited due to systemic absorption of local corticoid, the HPA axis function is restored quickly after stopping drug use, reducing frequency of administration, and replacing weak corticoid.
4) If symptoms do not improve or deteriorate, stop using them.
5) If symptoms improve, stop using it as soon as possible.
5. Administration to pregnant and lactating women
1) In animal testing, a relatively small dose of corticoid was administered systematically, resulting in a more robust application of corticoid skin.
2) Because safety for pregnant women is not established, it shall only be administered to pregnant women who are likely to be pregnant or pregnant in large quantities or long-term applications and where treatment benefits are deemed to exceed the risk.
3) It is not known whether locally administered corticoid is transferred to breast milk, but care is taken when administered to breastfeeding because whole-body administered corticoid is transferred to breastfeeding.
6. Administration to children
1) Children have a larger percentage of their body surface area per weight than adults, so it is easy to suppress HPA axis, cushing syndrome, developmental disorders, and intracranial pressure antibiotics due to corticoid.
2) Diapers, etc. may exhibit the same action as sealing bandages, so be careful.
3) Do not use it for more than three weeks.
7. Administration to the elderly
In general, side effects are likely to occur in older people, so be careful when using them in large quantities, long-term, and extensively (especially sealed bandages).