Fucidin H Cream
Fucidin-H cream contains Hydrocortisone Acetate 1% and Fucidic Acid 2% . It is indicated in eczema and dermatitis with secondary bacterial infections including :
– atopic eczema
– primary irritant dermatitis
– seborrhoeic dermatitis
How to use Fucidin H Cream :
Uncovered lesions – a small quantity should be applied to the affected area twice daily until a satisfactory response is obtained. A single treatment course should not normally exceed 2 weeks.
Covered lesions – less frequent applications may be adequate.
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How Fucidin-H cream works :
Hydrocortisone acetate is a type of medicine called a topical corticosteroid. These medicines reduce inflammation in the skin by preventing the release of inflammatory substances from the skin cells. These substances are important in the immune system, and are released as a result of allergy or irritation. They cause blood vessels to widen, resulting in the affected area of skin becoming red, swollen and itchy, as is seen in dermatitis or eczema. By decreasing the release of these inflammatory substances in the skin, hydrocortisone reduces inflammation and relieves itching.
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Fusidic acid is an antibiotic medicine used to treat infections with bacteria. It works by entering bacterial cells and interfering with the production of proteins that the bacteria need to divide and multiply. It doesn’t directly kill the bacteria, but leaves them unable to increase in numbers. The bacteria eventually die or are destroyed by the immune system. Fusidic acid is included in this preparation to treat the bacteria that sometimes infect inflammatory skin diseases.
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