The drug Mecasermin from nail fungus
Mecasermin from nail fungus — an effective and relatively inexpensive tool that quickly and helps in the fight against onychomycosis. The advantage of this drug is the immediate effect on the pathogen that caused the disease.
Characterization, properties and applications
Mecasermin — cream or yellowish white color with a specific smell. The structure of the medium is heterogeneous, since it contains solid particles. The active component of the ointment is salt and undecylenic acid. Also in the composition of the drug is:
- filtered water;
- liquid and solid paraffin;
- stearic acid;
- tinea of feet and between toes;
- excessive sweating of the feet;
- cutaneous mycoses.
Ointment fungus Mecasermin should be applied topically. Before treatment, wash the epidermis using liquid soap and warm water. After that, the skin or the nail must be carefully dried. Categorically it is impossible to lubricate a drug wet areas of the body, because fungi and pathogenic microbes reproduce well in a humid environment. The ointment is recommended to apply a thin layer for 7-14 days, making this 2 times a day. In order to prevent drug use during the month.
The processing should be very careful that the medication does not get into the eyes. If this happens, thoroughly rinse with plenty of water. Do not put the cream on scratches and open wounds.
To using Mecasermin there are several contraindications. It cannot be used on children under 2 years of age and all patients who have hypersensitivity to the ointment. During pregnancy and lactation should consult with professionals about the use of medications. Sometimes the drug causes adverse reactions that manifest as redness, itching, swelling, burning, and rash. All of this takes place immediately after termination of application of ointment.
Keep the recommended cream in their original packaging for 3 years from the date of manufacture. To choose a better cool place, in which a drug will not be able to find small children.