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ACNE VULGARIS
Acne vulgaris is a chronic inflammatory dermatosis which is notable for open and/or closed comedones (blackheads and whiteheads) and inflammatory lesions including papules, pustules or nodules.
Mild acne has <20 comedones or <15 inflammatory lesions or <30 total lesion count.
Moderate acne has 20-100 comedones or 15-20 inflammatory lesions or 30-125 total lesion count.
Severe papules/pustules or nodulocystic acne is the acne resistant to topical treatment or if scarring/nodular lesions are present.

Acne Vulgaris Drug Information

Drug Information

Indication: Infections caused by susceptible bacteria, as an alternative drug in the treatment of infections in women caus...

Indication: Upper & lower urinary tract, resp & genital tract, GIT, skin & wound infections. Bacterial infecti...

Indication: Hormonal contraceptive. Moderate to severe acne related to androgen-sensitivity (w/ or w/o seborrhoea) &/o...

Indication: Upper & lower resp tract, skin & soft tissue, bone & joint, gynecological, intra-abdominal & d...

Indication: Serious infections caused by clindamycin-susceptible strains of streptococci, pneumococci & staphylococci ...

Indication: Acne vulgaris, especially during inflammed papulopustulary phase.

Indication: Pre- & post-op infections associated w/ surgery, trauma or gynaecology; septicaemia & other infections...

Indication: Helps prevent acne formation & reduces black- & whiteheads.

Indication: Acne vulgaris.

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