NADOXIN C CREAM is a combination of Clobetasol propionate and Nadifloxacin which belong to a group of medicines called Topical Corticosteroids and Fluoroquinolones, respectively. NADOXIN C CREAM is used to treat contact dermatitis, erythema multiforme and infective eczema.
Contact dermatitis is a condition characterised by an itchy rash that occurs due to direct contact with a substance or an allergic reaction to it. Erythema multiforme is a skin disorder that occurs due to an allergic reaction to a medicine or an infection and is generally characterised by symptoms such as sudden, red patches and blisters on the face, hands and soles of feet, itching and cold sores.
Infective eczema is a chronic skin condition that cracks, dries, inflames and irritates the skin, leading to a bacterial or viral infection that is generally characterised by symptoms such as fever, weakness and swollen lymph nodes.
NADOXIN C CREAM is not recommended for use in patients with skin problems such as acne (pimples) or rosacea (severe flushing of the skin on and around your nose) or perioral dermatitis (spotty red rash around your mouth), itchy skin, skin infection, itching around the anus or vagina and widespread plaque psoriasis (itchy skin disease).
Before applying NADOXIN C CREAM, inform your doctor if you smoke, have broken or damaged skin, have a large site of application, have psoriasis (itchy skin), have a chronic leg ulcer or have thin skin (as a site of application). NADOXIN C CREAM should be used with caution during pregnancy and is not recommended for use when applied to the breasts while feeding a baby.
NADOXIN C CREAM is also not recommended for use in children (below 1 year) and should be used with caution in children (over 1 year) and adolescents (below 18 years). The most common symptoms of applying NADOXIN C CREAM are burning, pain, irritation or itching sensation at the site of application. Consult your doctor if any of these symptoms get worse.