Generic drug from Loceryl
Therapeutic class: Dermatology
active ingredients: Amorolfine
laboratory: Galderma Internat
Medicated nail polish
Bottle of 2.5 ml
First-line treatment of onychomycosis without matrix involvement.
Dosage AMOROLFINE BIOGARAN 5% Medicated nail varnish 2.5 ml bottle
Apply AMOROLFINE BIOGARAN on the nails reached at the dosage of one to two times a week.
To apply the varnish, carefully follow the following recommendations:
a) Before the first application of AMOROLFINE BIOGARAN, make a careful nail cleaning, file with a file the affected area of the nail (especially the surface of the nail), as completely as possible.
Take the precaution of not filing the periungual skin.
b) Clean the surface of the nail and degrease it with a compress or cloth impregnated with solvent.
c) Apply the varnish using one of the reusable spatulas on the entire nail. Clean the reusable spatula between each pass from one nail to another, to avoid contamination of the varnish. Do not wipe the spatula on the edge of the bottle.
d) Clean the spatula with a compress or cloth impregnated with solvent. Seal the bottle tightly.
Repeat all the above operations for each nail achieved.
The treatment must be conducted without interruption until complete regeneration of the nail and clinical and mycological healing of the affected surfaces.
The duration of treatment is generally 6 months for the nails of the hands and 9 months for the nails of the feet (it depends essentially on the intensity, the localization of the infection and the height of the attack of the nail).
· Do not reuse nail files for healthy nails.
· Before each new application, file, if necessary, the affected nails and, in any case, clean them with solvent to remove residual varnish.
· When handling organic solvents (white spirit, thinners.), It is necessary to put impermeable gloves to protect the coat of varnish AMOROLFINE BIOGARAN on the nails.
History of allergy to one of the components.
Adverse effects Amorolfine Biogaran
Reactions to the product are rare.
Skin and subcutaneous tissues
Since marketing have been reported:
· Ungual anomalies (eg nail dyschromia, brittle nail, fragile nail). However, these reactions may be directly related to onychomycosis.
· Sensations of skin burns and contact dermatitis.