Ftorocort – GCS for local use.
Inhibits the release of interleukin -1.2, gamma-interferon from lymphocytes and macrophages. It induces the formation of lipocortins, inhibits the release of inflammatory mediators by eosinophils, reduces the number and stabilizes the membranes of mast cells.
By accumulating in the epidermis, it reduces itching and exudation. It has anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, anti-edema effect.
– atopic dermatitis (neurodermatitis);
– dermatitis of various etiology (including allergic);
– hypertrophic and keloid scars;
– lichen planus;
– discoid lupus erythematosus;
– insect bites.
Gedeon Richter, Hungary
1 g :
– triamcinolone acetonide 1 mg
– bacterial, viral and fungal skin diseases;
– tuberculosis of the skin;
– cutaneous manifestations of syphilis;
– perioral dermatitis;
– tumors and precancerous skin diseases;
– increased sensitivity.
Local reactions: possible development of erythema, hypertrichosis, development of secondary infectious lesions (attachment of bacterial and fungal infections).
With prolonged use or application to large areas of the skin, systemic side effects characteristic of GCS and atrophic skin changes are possible.
Allergic reactions are possible.
The effect of oral corticosteroids against the background of topical application of triamcinolone is enhanced.
How to take, course of administration and dosage
Outwardly. Ftorocort ointment is applied to the affected skin with a thin layer 2-3 times / day. (no more than 15 g / day).
The ointment can be applied under an occlusive dressing for lichenified manifestations (no more than 10 g / day).
The course of treatment is usually 5-10 days, with a persistent course – up to 25 days, it is not recommended to use more than 4 weeks.
It is not recommended to apply Ftorocort on large surfaces, to avoid prolonged use in children, regardless of age.
Do not use in ophthalmology, do not apply to the skin of the face.
For the prevention of local infectious complications, it is possible to use it in combination with antimicrobial agents.