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ATOPIC DERMATITIS (PEDIATRIC)
Atopic dermatitis is a familial, chronic relapsing inflammatory skin disease characterized by intense itching, dry skin, with inflammation and exudation that commonly presents during early infancy and childhood, but can persist or start in adulthood.
It is also referred to as atopic eczema.
It is one of the most common skin diseases afflicting both adults and children.

Atopic Dermatitis (Pediatric) Drug Information

Drug Information

Indication: Moderate to severe atopic dermatitis in adult patients inadequately controlled w/ topical prescription therapi...

Indication: Short-term treatment & intermittent long-term therapy of mild to moderate of atopic dermatitis in non-immu...

Indication: Strengthen skin's protective function; increases moisture & lipid content. Reduces feeling of tautness &am...

Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Scar Serum
allium cepa + cocoa butter + shark liver oil + sil...

Indication: Hastens healing & reduces appearance of scars resulting from surgery, burns, cuts, scrapes, acne, stretch ...

Indication: Soap-free cleanser for dry & sensitive skin.

Indication: Moisturising treatment for dry, sensitive skin including dry skin associated w/ eczema, dermatitis & other...

Indication: Eczema including atopic, infantile & discoid eczemas; prurigo nodulis; psoriasis (excluding widespread pla...

Indication: Maintain & improve normal skin condition.

Aqua Cream
emulsifying wax + liquid paraffin + white soft par...

Indication: Emollient for irritating skin conditions.

Indication: Eczema including atopic, infantile, discoid & stasis eczema; prurigo; psoriasis; neurodermatoses including...

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