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The growth of the topical drug delivery market is driven mainly by the high prevalence of skin disease, rising incidences of eye diseases, high incidence of burn injuries, and the growing prevalence of diabetes.
Additionally, the FDA approved Taclonex (calcipotriene and betamethasone dipropionate) Topical Suspension in the topical treatment of scalp and body plaque psoriasis in patients 12 years and older.
Patients find themselves needing stronger and higher doses of topical or oral steroids in order to keep their inflammation down.
Q: Why should those suffering from pain try a topical analgesic such as Biofreeze?
Currently the first line treatment of PV is topical antifungals; systemic antifungals being used only for severe and recalcitrant cases5.
"Based on the results of this study, the use of topical agents just before radiation therapy can be safely liberalized, which may improve quality of life for patients undergoing radiation therapy, but very thick applications of topical agents just before radiation therapy should still be avoided," Baumann said in a statement.
For example, if you combine a topical antibiotic with benzoyl peroxide, are you less likely to get resistance to that topical antibiotic?
In a recent analysis, researchers reviewing data from 50 studies involving nearly 226,000 people concluded that topical NSAIDs reduce pain and improve function in OA patients.
Group I, 62 (50%) patients were treated with blue light therapy and group B, 62 (50%) patients were treated with 4% topical BPO.
The acquisition will allow Endexx to expand on its products to include topical balms, an expanded line of gels, mists and other topical applications.
Patients with localized vitiligo who were treated with topical C.
Topical retinoids are the primary component of topical acne treatment and can be used as monotherapy or in combination with topical antimicrobials (TABLE 1).