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Summary

Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a skin condition that arises from the body’s exaggerated immune response to a wide range of agents acting on the skin from the outside or from within the body. Examples of agents that act externally include chemicals and drugs. Internally acting factors, such as the body’s hypersensitivity to various antigens (toxic or foreign substances) and haptens (a type of antigen) can also lead to eczema. In general, the symptoms of eczema include itching, redness with swelling, oozing, and scaling of the skin. The treatment options for eczema, as well as the prognosis, vary with the type of eczema and the age of a person.

  1. What is Eczema
  2. Types of Eczema
  3. Eczema symptoms
  4. Eczema causes and risk factors
  5. Prevention of Eczema
  6. Diagnosis of Eczema
  7. Eczema treatment
  8. Eczema prognosis and complications
  9. Ayurvedic medicine, treatment and remedies for Eczema
  10. Homeopathic medicine, treatment and remedies for Eczema
  11. Medicines for Eczema

What is Eczema

Eczema is a skin problem in which patches of skin become rough, red, and inflamed with blisters causing itching. At times, severe itching and scratching can lead to bleeding. In eczema, there is inflammation of the thick layer of the skin called dermis. The condition can affect any part of the body at any age. The word eczema comes from the Greek word “ekzema”, which means “to boil out". In eczema, the skin literally appears to be boiling, therefore, early doctors and medical practitioners regarded eczema as a name that fits perfectly for this skin condition.

Types of Eczema

Clinically, there are many types of eczema. Doctors need to identify the type of eczema as this is important in ensuring an effective treatment strategy.

The types of eczema are:

  • Atopic eczema
    A person with atopic eczema has an immune system that is genetically predisposed to produce excessive amounts of an antibody (a defence protein usually release during allergies) called IgE (Immunoglobin E). The body produces IgE in response to inhaled, injected or ingested antigens (irritants). People with high IgE levels have a tendency of developing other allergic diseases like asthma, hay fever, urticaria (a skin rash triggered by food or medicine), and other allergic conditions as well. Atopic eczema can occur at any stage of life; however, its incidence is more in children than in adults. In most people, atopic eczema occurs along with hay fever and asthma, thus forming a triad of medical conditions. The condition flares up periodically.
  • Seborrhoeic eczema
    In this type of eczema there is a red scaly rash, which typically affects the scalp (dandruff), the central facial region, folds around the nose, eyebrows, and central chest region. The condition may occur due to a fungal infection caused by a type of yeast (Pityrosporum ovale) that spreads to such areas in the body. It often runs in families. This type of eczema is a classic feature in people suffering from AIDS and can take on a severe form.
  • Discoid eczema (Nummular dermatitis)
    This is a common form of eczema in which there are distinct coin-shaped patches. In adults, discoid eczema is most commonly seen on the arms and legs of elderly males and young people who drink excessive amounts of alcohol. In children, it can be associated with atopic eczema.
  • Asteatotic eczema
    This form of eczema most commonly occurs in old and hospitalized people. It is a result of excessively dry skin and low humidity caused by central heating, over-washing, and prolonged use of diuretics (medicines that remove excess water from the body). It also has a French name- eczema craquelé. Due to its’ dry appearance, asteatotic eczema is also known as xerotic eczema. In this type, lesions appear as a fine fissuring with a rippled or ‘crazy paving’ pattern in a reddish background.
  • Stasis eczema
    Stasis eczema, also known as venous eczema or gravitational eczema, is associated with venous insufficiency (swelling, red or bluish discolouration due to a fault in the walls of leg veins leading to a difficulty in sending the blood back to the heart), loss of hair, induration (lipodermatosclerosis), and ulceration (development of open sores). It affects the lower limbs. Itchy red blisters and crusted plaques or dry fissures and scaly plaques are present in this form of eczema. Atrophie Blanche (white irregular scars with red spots) are characteristic features of stasis eczema.
  • Lichen simplex eczema
    Also known as neurodermatitis, lichen simplex eczema is a localized area of chronic, thickened and leathery eczema caused by repeated rubbing or scratching due to a habit or due to stress. The most common sites of occurrence of this form of eczema are the nape of the neck, lower legs, and anogenital (around the anus and genitals) area.
  • Pompholyx
    This is a type of eczema that is mainly restricted to the hands and feet. In this form, small and large blisters (vesicles and bullae) form repeatedly on the palms, inner or palmar surface of the fingers, and the soles. Pompholyx can be extremely itchy with a burning sensation of heat and prickling in the affected areas. It can be triggered by heat, stress, and allergens like nickel. Other features of this form of eczema include multiple small blisters, which can turn into bigger reddish blisters. These larger blisters can get infected and become painful with peeling off the skin.
  • Irritant eczema
    This form of eczema can be further differentiated into 2 sub-types:
    • Irritant contact eczema
      This is frequently seen in the majority of industrial workers. Elderly people with fair skin and suffering from atopic eczema can also be affected by this type of irritant eczema. Irritants like detergents, acids, alkalis, solvents, and abrasive dust are common causes of this type of eczema. In this form of eczema, hands are the most commonly affected region as they are the most common body parts to be in contact with various irritant substances. Sometimes, irritant contact eczema can appear as a red patch with a swelling.
    • Allergic contact eczema
      This is caused due to a delayed hypersensitivity reaction following contact with allergens or haptens. Previous exposure to the allergen is required for sensitization. Eczema occurs due to the same allergen or closely related chemicals. It occurs at places that are in contact with allergens. If the original site is not treated, eczema can spread to other areas of the body. Some common allergens are nickel, rubber chemicals, paraphenylenediamine (hair dyes), neomycin among others.

Eczema symptoms

There are several patterns of eczema. Some of these have identifiable environmental causes whereas others are more complex. The clinical signs and symptoms are similar in all types of eczema and vary according to the duration of the rash i.e., acute or chronic. They are:

  • Atopic eczema in babies involves the face and the trunk. Due to scratching of the affected areas by the infant, skin can become scaly and red. In atopic eczema, dry skin is also seen. The cheeks are frequently the first region that is affected. Diaper areas are usually not affected. In childhood, the rashes settle on the back of the knees, the front of the elbows, wrists, and ankles. Sometimes, atopic eczema can also affect the genitals. In adults, a diffuse pattern is seen with dry and scaly skin that is confined to hands, eyelids, flexures, and the nipples.
  • Seborrhoeic eczema appears as small skin flakes on the scalp, face, and the upper trunk. In infants, it causes cradle cap (diffuse and greasy scaling on the scalp) with the rash spreading to the armpit and the groin region. These patches of rash are pink in appearance and are normally less itchy. In adults, blepharitis (scaly red and swollen eyelid margins) is commonly seen. Patches in adults are less itchy and eczema appears more commonly during the winter season.
  • Discoid eczema appears either as the exudative acute type or a dry type. Both forms commonly appear on the trunk. In discoid eczema, distinct circular or oval-shaped lesion are seen, which are reddish in colour. These lesions are painful.
  • In irritant contact eczema, initially, the patch or lesion is generally limited to the area that has come in contact with the irritant. The lesion appears as a blazing red patch forming blisters and scaling of the involved area. The area subsequently becomes dry and the skin develops cracks.
  • Allergic contact eczema is seen in areas, which have been in contact with allergic substances. However, it may spread to other areas if proper care is not taken. The lesion resolves after the site is kept away from the allergen for a few days. Skin appears to be red, itchy, swollen or dry, and bumpy. Commonly affected sites include earlobes and wrists due to contact with allergens like nickel (in jewellery).
  • Asteatotic eczema occurs most commonly in the lower legs as fine fissuring with a rippled or ‘crazy paving’ pattern on a reddish background. It appears as diamond shaped patches that are interrupted by red coloured bands that appear like a network. Extreme cases are accompanied by swelling and blistering.
  • Stasis eczema is also termed as venous eczema as it is caused due to venous insufficiency. They present as rashes, blisters, dark skin, discoloured thick skin on legs, dry skin, ulcers etc. Lesions can be extremely painful and itchy.
  • Lichen simplex eczema appears mostly on the nape of the neck, lower part of the legs, and anogenital area. It presents as a single plaque, which is either well-demarcated and linear or is oval in shape. It causes intense itching. It consists of dry skin or pigmented lesions with scratch marks due to itching.
  • Pompholyx affects the palms and soles. The lesions appear as recurrent vesicles and bullae. These lesions can be excruciatingly itchy and can also cause a burning sensation. The blisters, on bursting, leave behind a dry and reddish skin, which is often painful and has cracks.

Eczema causes and risk factors

Causes

There is no strong evidence regarding the definitive underlying cause of eczema. It occurs due to many reasons that are interdependent on each other. But, it is presumed that genetics and environmental conditions along with abnormal functioning of the immune system can trigger the occurrence of eczema. In eczema, there is a defect in the functioning of the epidermis (the outermost layer) of the skin, which allows germs to enter the body. Specifically, the different types of eczema mentioned earlier have some pertinent causes that are as follows:

  • Normally, the skin retains moisture due to which bacteria and other pathogens cannot enter it. But in atopic eczema, due to a certain genetic barrier, moisture is increasingly released away from the skin. As a result, the skin becomes dry and causes itchiness. This is mostly a genetic disorder, which you can inherit from your parents and it can be triggered by a number of factors like irritants, environmental factors, food allergies, specific cloth fabrics, hormonal changes, and skin infections in general.
  • Seborrhoeic eczema is caused mainly due to a fungal infection by Pityrosporum ovale (a type of yeast).
  • Discoid eczema is caused due to infection of a localized injury, such as a scratch or bites or burns and more by Staphylococcus aureus (a type of bacteria).
  • Irritant contact eczema and allergic contact eczema are caused due to irritants like detergents, alkalis, acids, solvents, and abrasive dust particles and allergens like nickel, rubber items, paraphenylenediamine, resins, neomycin and more.
  • Asteatotic eczema is a result of water loss from the stratum corneum (one of the layers of the epidermis) of the skin due to genetic factors. Low humidity and excessive bathing using soaps and other detergents cause the skin to become dry, which leads to this type of eczema.
  • Stasis eczema is caused due to fluid accumulation in the tissues of the lower limbs, which results in a decreased supply of nutrients and oxygen to the skin making it prone to dryness. As a result, it activates some kind of immune response. Deep vein thrombosis, where there is clot formation in the deep veins of the legs can also cause stasis eczema.
  • Lichen simplex is caused due to repeated scratching or rubbing of an itchy area which leads to the formation of a plaque.
  • Pompholyx has many triggering factors like sweating in hot and humid weather, emotional disturbances, irritants like nickel, stress among others.

Risk Factors

A risk factor is anything that increases the chances of you developing a disease. Since the exact cause of eczema is still not known, there are many risk factors believed to increase the risk of eczema. Possible risk factors for eczema are:

  • Heredity (from parents to children).
  • Genetic factors (a disorder of the immune system).
  • Age is another risk factor. Young children and infants are more prone to develop eczema.
  • Excessive exposure of the skin to irritants like detergents and soaps.
  • Prolonged exposure to allergens like nickel and rubber materials.
  • Dry climate.
  • Fungal and bacterial infections on skin lesions.
  • Obesity.

Prevention of Eczema

Eczema is a long-standing skin problem, which is difficult to cure completely. But, certain measures can be taken to prevent the recurrence. These include:

  • Moisturizing the skin
    Dry skin is a characteristic feature of most types of eczema. So, keeping the skin well-hydrated is the best method to prevent recurrence (repetitive episodes) and provide relief from the symptoms.
  • Avoid triggers
    Factors that cause the onset of episodes need to be controlled.
  • Limit water exposure
    Limiting showers and shower time to prevent losing skin moisture.
  • Avoiding scratching the lesions/plaques
    Scratching must be avoided as it worsens the affected areas, as well as increases the chances of infections.
  • Wearing comfortable clothing
    Wearing clothes made of soft materials is advised. Cotton clothes are best suited for such people who are allergic to certain fabrics.
  • Managing stress
    Stress management is very important. Sometimes stress causes hormonal imbalance, which is a trigger factor for the onset of episodes or an increase in the intensity of the symptoms.
  • Drink plenty of water
    Drinking enough water will not only flush out toxins from the body but will also help in preventing dryness of the skin, which is the most common triggering factor for the development of eczema.
  • Make necessary lifestyle changes
    Certain lifestyle changes are needed if advised by the doctor, such as in case of allergic contact eczema or irritant contact eczema.

Diagnosis of Eczema

A clear diagnosis of eczema is mainly established on the basis of family history of the person as eczema is passed on from parents to their children in most cases. Personal history is also important to know about allergies from any substances that have been experienced anytime in life. Also, the doctor assesses the stress levels that a person with eczema may be going through. Any medications that the person is taking as well as sleeping habits are noted. Certain other specific tests pertaining to eczema, which may be helpful in accurate diagnosis include Patch test, Prick test, IgE and specific IgE blood test, skin swabs for microscopy and culture of the causative microorganism. Patch test and prick test are done by administering low levels of an allergen to know if you elicit an immune response to them. In some people, biopsies are also performed in which a small skin sample is taken and examined under the microscope. A dermatologist will also be able to identify the type of eczema by looking at the affected lesions and examining them and then suggest an appropriate treatment.

Eczema treatment

There is no cure for eczema due to the unknown nature of its cause. The basic treatment is to relieve the symptoms, such as itching, and to prevent infections of the eczematous patches. Certain general measures that need to be undertaken:

  • Explanation, reassurance, and encouragement.
  • Avoidance of contact with irritants.
  • Regular use of greasy emollients.
  • Appropriate use of corticosteroid creams and lotions.

Besides these, certain specific measures are undertaken for various types of eczema. These are as follows:

  • Atopic eczema
    Explanation and support to the person, regular use of moisturisers, and the least possible use of topical corticosteroids. Bandaging with ‘wet wraps’, tar, and ichthammol paste bandages. Medicines such as antihistamines, topical antiseptic applications in case of infected lesions
  • Seborrhoeic eczema  
    Products, such as ketoconazole shampoo and creams, form the basis of treatment, supplemented with weak corticosteroids if needed. Treatments may be repeated at intervals.
  • Irritant contact eczema and Allergic contact eczema
    Avoid any possible contact with the irritants or allergens. Make necessary lifestyle changes if needed.
  • Stasis eczema
    Local corticosteroids like 1% hydrocortisone or 0.05% clobetasone butyrate or 30 g of a potent corticosteroid like 0.1% betamethasone valerate, 0.1% mometasone furoate are used at eczematous areas. Using these on ulcerated areas should be avoided. Associated peripheral swelling should be treated by elevation of legs and graded compression bandages.
  • Asteatotic eczema
    Avoid dry skin by using moisturisers and bathe less frequently. Also, topical corticosteroids may be used to relieve the symptoms.
  • Lichen simplex eczema
    Topical steroids are used to treat the plaque, steroid injections are needed every 4-6 weeks, moisturisers and cooling creams, antihistamines or antidepressants are also used.
  • Pompholyx eczema
    Wet dressings over affected areas, mainly the palms and soles, with potassium permanganate is used for treatment. Also, comfortable footwear with socks, antiperspirants (to tackle excessive sweating), topical corticosteroid creams, systemic corticosteroids are used.

Lifestyle management

There are a few measures, which you can take to prevent eczema or limit the recurrence of the same. Here are some important things to keep in mind:

  • Always keep your skin moisturised.
  • Avoid any exposure of the skin to irritants.
  • Limit temperature fluctuations.
  • Manage stress and mood swings by meditating and other relaxation techniques.
  • Maintain a healthy weight and follow healthy eating habits.
  • If any skin surface of your body is affected by eczema, avoid scratching it. Therefore, it’s better to trim your nails frequently.

Eczema prognosis and complications

Prognosis

Since eczema is a chronic health problem, the outcome generally depends on the lifestyle modifications and the appropriate treatment advised by the dermatologist. Atopic eczema has a good prognosis as it slows down or diminishes at or around 30 years of age. Irritant and allergic contact eczema have an excellent prognosis if the irritant or allergen is identified and eliminated. Seborrhoeic eczema has the worst prognosis as it may be present life-long and treatment can provide only symptomatic relief.

Complications

Managing eczema through symptomatic treatment is very easy but sometimes it can cause certain unexpected complications. These complications include bacterial, viral, and fungal infections on the lesions, asthma, and allergies. Irritant reactions due to defective barrier functions, sleep disturbances, and self-esteem or body-image issues can also occur in affected individuals. However, proper management of the symptoms and adequate care can ease any issues, which can complicate the already affected body parts.

Medicines for Eczema

Medicines listed below are available for Eczema. Please note that you should not take any medicines without doctor consultation. Taking any medicine without doctor's consultation can cause serious problems.

Medicine NamePack SizePrice (Rs.)
BetaBeta Ointment10.0
AvamysAvamys 0.05% Nasal Spray304.0
EnnhaleEnnhale 0.055% Nasal Spray302.0
FlohaleFlohale 0.5 Mg Respules405.0
Flomist AzFlomist Az 50 Mcg Nasal Spray218.0
FlomistFlomist 0.5 Mg Nasal Spray240.0
FluticortFluticort 0.5 Mg Respules157.0
Flutiflo FtFlutiflo Ft 27.5 Mcg Nasal Spray289.0
OdnaseOdnase Nasal Spray294.0
FloeaseFloease 125 Mcg Inhaler245.0
Otrivin COtrivin C 0.05% Nasal Spray64.0
DefloxDeflox 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops12.0
FluolFluol 0.025% Mg/1% Mg Cream54.86
BetsalicBetsalic 0.05% Lotion52.0
C BestaC Besta 0.05% Cream72.0
ClobadermClobaderm Ointment25.0
ClobalClobal Cream52.0
Clobal GmClobal Gm Cream42.0
ClobenateClobenate 0.05% Cream10.0
ClobetagenClobetagen 0.05% Cream25.0
Clobetasol Propionate 0.05 %W/W CreamClobetasol Propionate 0.05 %W/W Cream14.0
ClobetClobet Cream33.0
ClobetexClobetex 0.05% Cream49.0
ClobidermClobiderm Cream77.0
ClobitalClobital 0.05% Cream77.0
Cloderm (Kineses)Cloderm (Kineses) Cream52.0
ClonateClonate 0.05% Cream116.0
ClopClop 0.05% W/W Cream43.0
ClopadClopad Cream80.0
ClopanClopan Cream100.0
ClopinateClopinate 0.05% W/W Cream76.0
ClosalveClosalve Cream99.0
ClosoneClosone Ointment125.0
ClovateClovate 0.05% Cream70.0
ClozemaClozema 0.05% Cream34.0
ColbetColbet Cream49.0
CorsaCorsa Cream50.0
CosvateCosvate 0.05% W/W Cream84.0
DermovateDermovate 0.05% W/V Ointment899.0
EtavoneEtavone 0.05% Cream72.0
FreedomFreedom 0.05% W/W Cream90.0
KlorylKloryl 0.05% Cream38.0
KlosoftKlosoft 0.05% Cream22.0
LozivateLozivate Cream70.0
NeosolNeosol 0.05% W/V Ointment117.0
NiosolNiosol 0.05% Cream122.0
ObetObet 0.05% Cream35.0
OcovateOcovate 0.05% Cream50.0
PlosatPlosat 0.05% Cream32.0
PowercortPowercort 0.05% Cream86.0
Psoricort CPsoricort C 0.05% W/W Gel99.0
SacloSaclo Topical 0.05% W/V Solution80.0
SoltopSoltop 0.05% Cream125.0
SonadermSonaderm 0.05% Cream46.0
TenovateTenovate 0.05% Cream80.0
TezcortTezcort 0.05% Cream79.0
TopinateTopinate 0.05% Cream60.0
TopsorTopsor 0.5% Lotion81.0
ZincodermZincoderm 0.05% W/W Cream64.0
ZincortZincort 0.05% W/W Cream40.0
Bactiderm GmBactiderm Gm Cream39.0
Bactiderm GBactiderm G Cream31.0
Bactiderm SBactiderm S Cream36.0
BactidermBactiderm 0.5% W/W Cream39.0
Bariderm ZBariderm Z Ointment43.0
CatadermCataderm Cream100.0
Cbs LCbs L Lotion55.0
CbsCbs 0.05% Cream34.0
ClobelacClobelac 0.05% Cream85.0
ClobetamosClobetamos Gel175.0
ClobetolClobetol 0.05% Cream23.0
Clo BClo B 0.05 %W/W Cream78.0
ClomightClomight Cream38.0
ClonitClonit Cream34.0
Clop EClop E Cream79.0
Closol LotionClosol 0.05% W/W Lotion62.0
CortentCortent Cream77.0
Cortisol CreamCortisol Cream65.0
CvateCvate 0.05% Cream35.0
EpivateEpivate Cream75.0
ExelExel 0.05% W/W Cream97.0
HinateHinate Cream58.0
KayavateKayavate 0.05% Cream45.0
LobateLobate Cream119.0
LobesolLobesol Cream39.0
SupravateSupravate 0.05% Cream16.0
TrifecTrifec Cream36.0
TufdermTufderm Cream80.0
ViclobViclob Cream46.0
Panderm + CreamPanderm + Cream0.0
SufrateSufrate Cream50.0
BelarBelar 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetamineBetamine 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
Betawin SBetawin S 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetawinBetawin Forte 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetnelanBetnelan 0.5 Mg Tablet8.0
BetnesolBetnesol 0.5 Mg Oral Drops13.0
BetsoneBetsone 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
Decdan BDecdan B 4 Mg Injection4.0
SteminStemin 0.5 Mg Tablet4.0
WalacortWalacort 0.5 Mg Tablet4.0
A CortA Cort 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
AlerkimAlerkim Forte 1 Mg Tablet6.0
BanadonBanadon 5 Mg Tablet11.0
BenicortBenicort 0.5 Mg Oral Drops10.0
BetafoamBetafoam 0.1 Mg Tablet101.0
BetalarBetalar 0.5 Mg Drops12.0
Betamethasone 0.5 mg TabletBetamethasone 0.5 Mg Tablet6.0
BetanijBetanij 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetapenBetapen 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetaronBetaron 0.5 Mg Tablet26.0
Betasone TabletBetasone Forte 1 Mg Tablet6.0
Betasone Oral DropBetasone Oral Drops18.0
BetawokBetawok 0.5 Mg Injection4.0
BetnecipBetnecip 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
BetniBetni 0.5 Mg Tablet6.0
BzonBzon 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
CelestoneCelestone 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
CortilCortil 0.5 Mg Tablet6.0
Cortil ACortil A 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
CortomineCortomine Forte 0.5 Mg Tablet7.0
Histacort BHistacort B 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
NeobetNeobet Forte Tablet4.0
SolubetSolubet 0.5 Mg Tablet7.0
ZobetZobet 0.5 Mg Drops10.0
Zobet ForteZobet Forte 1 Mg Tablet8.0
Alerkim(Kim Lab)Alerkim Injection4.0
Ben InjectionBen Injection6.0
BetacortBetacort Tablet34.0
BetageeBetagee Tablet2.0
BetakenBetaken 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
Betalar SBetalar S Tablet4.0
CecortCecort 40 Mg Injection62.0
CortibetCortibet Tablet3.0
LupidentLupident Powder53.0
MedilanMedilan Retard Tablet58.0
MilbetaMilbeta 0.1% Drops19.0
BiodexoneBiodexone 4 Mg Injection6.0
DecamycinDecamycin 4 Mg Injection33.0
DecdanDecdan 0.5 Mg Tablet1.0
DexajectDexaject 4 Mg Injection9.0
DexaDexa Injection20.0
DexonaDexona 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
Dex ZDex Z Powder67.0
MeridecaMerideca 4 Mg Injection33.0
OzurdexOzurdex 0.7 Mg Injection24303.0
ZydexaZydexa 4 Mg Injection26.0
AuradexAuradex 8 Mg Tablet60.0
DecakemDecakem Injection7.0
DecdakDecdak St 0.5 Mg Tablet2.0
DecicortDecicort 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
DecmaxDecmax 4 Mg Tablet16.0
DecoliteDecolite 0.01% Drops15.0
DeksaDeksa 4 Mg Injection5.0
DemisoneDemisone 0.5 Mg Tablet2.0
DexacipDexacip 0.1% Drops8.0
DexageeDexagee 0.5 Mg Tablet12.0
DexalabDexalab 4 Mg Injection13.0
Dexamethasone 0.5 Mg TabletDexamethasone 0.5 Mg Tablet3.0
DexapenDexapen 4 Mg Injection6.0
DexarilDexaril 4 Mg Injection12.0
DexasoneDexasone 0.10% Eye/Ear Drops7.43
DicorsoneDicorsone 0.5 Mg Injection6.0
LabizoneLabizone 20 Ml Injection22.0
Lodex(Syntho)Lodex 0.05% Drops9.0
LupidexaLupidexa 0.5 Mg Tablet2.0
MethasoneMethasone Tablet4.0
RavicortRavicort 4 Mg Injection9.0
UdicortUdicort 4 Mg Injection35.0
WymesoneWymesone 0.5 Mg Tablet2.0
AgidexAgidex Injection18.0
DecadronDecadron Injection10.0
DeexaDeexa 4 Mg Injection7.0
DexajetDexajet Injection9.0
DexamarkDexamark 4 Mg Injection9.0
Dexamethasone 4 Mg InjectionDexamethasone 4 Mg Injection12.0
Dexamethasone Sodium PhosphateDexamethasone Sodium Phosphate Injection85.0
DexamoxDexamox Kid Forte Tablet44.0
DexanirDexanir Injection9.0
DexasoleDexasole Injection5.0
DexasporinDexasporin Injection6.0
Dex EDex E Powder17.0
DexometDexomet 0.25% W/W Cream128.0
DexonilDexonil 4 Mg Injection63.0
DexonDexon Injection25.0
DexzyDexzy Injection5.0
OsidexOsidex Injection5.0
StedexStedex 0.5%/0.1% Eye Drops12.48
ZoftadexZoftadex 4 Mg Injection190.0
AlerfloAlerflo 27.5 Mcg Nasal Spray295.0
DayflutDayflut 0.05% Cream103.12
Ezicas FEzicas F 0.055% Nasal Spray287.0
FlatFlat 0.05% Cream55.0
FlixonaseFlixonase 0.05% Nasal Spray421.1
FluteFlute 0.05% Cream37.89
FluticoneFluticone 50 Mcg Nasal Spray251.0
Fluticone FtFluticone Ft 27.5 Mcg Nasal Spray294.0
FlutivateFlutivate 0.05% W/W Cream110.5
FreeairFreeair 0.055% Nasal Spray270.0
FuramistFuramist 27.5 Mcg Nasal Spray319.0
LuticaLutica Cream94.0
LutidermLutiderm Cream77.0
RhinofitRhinofit 0.05% W/V Nasal Spray170.0
SinoSino Nasal Spray180.0
UltisoneUltisone 0.05% Cream79.68
ZoflutZoflut 0.05% Lotion59.16
CazonCazon Cream93.0
EfnaseEfnase 0.05% Nasal Spray237.0
EzicasEzicas 50 Mcg Nasal Spray249.0
FivasaFivasa 27 Mcg Nasal Spray240.0
FlorespFloresp 27.5 Mcg Nasal Spray295.0
FlublockFlublock 27.5 Mcg Nasal Spray287.0
FluticosoneFluticosone Nasal Spray220.26
FlutifloFlutiflo 50 Mcg Spray202.0
FlutirestFlutirest 27.5 Mcg Nasal Spray289.87
Flutivate EFlutivate E Cream95.5
FurasprayFuraspray 27.5 Mcg Nasal Spray240.0
Lutica (Ranbaxy)Lutica (Ranbaxy) 0.05% Lotion167.5
NasocomNasocom Nasal Spray 50 Mg238.0
NazobicNazobic Nasal Spray290.0
NezafloNezaflo 0.05% W/W Nasal Spray203.0
BetagelBetagel 0.05% Gel11.55
BetamethBetameth 0.1% Eye/Ear Drops9.58
BetamilBetamil 0.05% W/W Cream10.84
BetanexBetanex 0.05% W/V/0.05% W/V Cream69.45
BetasalicBetasalic Cream51.73
Betnovate CreamBetnovate 0.1% W/W Cream20.0
BetzeeBetzee 0.05% Cream10.78
Cbzee BCbzee B Cream39.0
DiavobetDiavobet 0.5 Mg Ointment67.0
DipleneDiplene 0.05% Cream81.25
DiprosoneDiprosone Cream10.59
ExevateExevate 0.05% Cream66.36
GrobetGrobet Cream32.37
PropynatePropynate 0.05% Lotion109.0
Propynate EPropynate E 0.05% Lotion82.86
ProvateProvate Lotion40.38
SternonSternon 0.05% Gel54.0
Azonate CreamAzonate 0.05% Cream35.0
DipnateDipnate 0.05% Cream32.56
Diprovate RdDiprovate Rd Cream23.52
EconaseEconase Spray189.61
Propynate E PlusPropynate E Plus Lotion118.31
UrosoneUrosone 10% Cream33.06
HapilacHapilac Syrup182.86
LaxitolLaxitol Powder179.05
BaycortBaycort 2% Cream24.06
Beclo 17 21Beclo 17 21 0.25% Lotion46.4
Beclo CBeclo C Lotion47.7
BeclodermBecloderm 0.025% Cream20.0
BetadermBetaderm 0.05% Cream60.0
DermaspanDermaspan 0.025%/1%/0.1% Cream32.72
GalvateGalvate 0.025% Lotion114.0
Propynate NfPropynate Nf 0.025% W/W Cream155.0
Rovate LotionRovate 0.05% W/V Lotion13.13
ZovateZovate 0.03% Ointment20.92
BetnitekBetnitek Lotion50.0
DiprobecDiprobec 0.025% Cream46.0
DipromildDipromild 0.0125% Cream30.75
GebicGebic Cream34.72
PilovatePilovate Cream20.62
BeclateBeclate 200 Mcg Inhaler340.0
BecorideBecoride 100 Mcg Inhaler282.96
MedivenMediven Cream36.0
RhinaseRhinase 0.025% Nasal Drops85.0
ZydipZydip 0.05% W/W Lotion135.0
FlucinFlucin Cream34.45
FlucortFlucort 0.025% W/W Skin Cream75.0
Flucort HFlucort H 0.1% W/W Cream135.0
FlusilFlusil 0.025% Cream25.0
SebowashSebowash 0.01 % W/V Shampoo159.5
UltidermUltiderm 0.01% Lotion358.0
Omniderm (Embiotic)Omniderm (Embiotic) Cream31.07
SyloneSylone Cream37.0
DexacortDexacort Eye Drop17.73
Dexacort (Klar Sheen)Dexacort (Klar Sheen) 0.1% Eye Drop18.62
SolodexSolodex 0.1% Eye/Ear Drops7.23
Lupidexa CLupidexa C Eye Drop9.75
Ocugate DxOcugate Dx Eye Drop10.62
AtonideAtonide 0.05% W/W Gel105.0
DesowenDesowen 0.05%W/W Cream139.6
DosetilDosetil 0.05% W/W Cream71.5
Proceroid DProceroid D 0.05% W/W Gel60.0
ButesoneButesone Cream42.0
EumosoneEumosone 0.05% W/W Cream57.2
LozeeLozee 0.05% Cream60.0
SterisoneSterisone 0.05% Cream28.8
BetakemBetakem Tablet3.18
ClobestClobest Tablet44.0
Flucort ForteFlucort Forte 0.025% W/V Lotion96.0
FruzoFruzo Lotion259.0
DesoftDesoft Lotion105.0
DexapinDexapin 1%/0.10% Eye Drop20.0
Gate DxGate Dx 0.1%/0.3% Drops37.35
4 Quin Dx4 Quin Dx Eye Drop17.84
Apdrops DmApdrops Dm 0.5% W/V/1% W/V Eye Drop108.0
Dexcin MDexcin M Eye Drop67.0
Mfc DMfc D Eye Drop88.0
Mflotas DxMflotas Dx 0.5%W/V/0.1%W/V Eye Drop90.0
Mo 4 DxMo 4 Dx Eye Drop80.0
Moxifax DxMoxifax Dx Eye Drop55.0
Moxitak DmMoxitak Dm Eye Drops20.12
MyticomMyticom Eye Drop75.74
Occumox DmOccumox Dm 0.5%/0.1% Eye Drop17.8
Mflotas DMflotas D Eye Drop18.08
Mflotas TMflotas T Injection18.08
MilflodexMilflodex Eye Drop115.0
Milflox DmMilflox Dm Eye Drop21.3
Mosi DMosi D Eye Drop11.25
MoxigramMoxigram 400 Mg Tablet115.86
Occumox DOccumox D Eye Drop17.8
AcdermAcderm 0.025%/1%/0.1% Cream36.87
Beclolab CgBeclolab Cg 0.25%/0.1%/1% Cream8.75
Beclotis CgBeclotis Cg 0.025%/1%/0.1% Cream12.5
Biomet CBiomet C 0.025%/1%/0.1% Cream29.25
Biomet CgBiomet Cg 0.025%/1%/0.1% Ointment28.5
Canditas BgnCanditas Bgn 0.1% Cream8.75
Clomax BgClomax Bg 0.25%/0.1%/1% Cream38.5
Decand BgDecand Bg 0.025%/1%/0.1% Cream11.2
Dewderm (Dew Drops Lab)Dewderm Ointment28.75
Fungi BcFungi Bc Drop34.28
Lamonte BLamonte B 0.025%/1%/0.1% Cream23.47
Lamonte BgLamonte Bg 0.025%/1%/0.1% Cream35.16
Lotril BgLotril Bg Cream60.5
Maxiderm RfMaxiderm Rf 0.025%/1%/0.1% Cream20.18
MydermMyderm 0.025%/1%/0.1% Ointment5.93
Refur PlusRefur Plus Cream28.87
SigmadermSigmaderm 0.025%/1%/0.1% Cream55.07
Translipo TripleTranslipo Triple 0.025%/1%/0.1% Cream47.02
Triben PlusTriben Plus Cream49.0
ZydermZyderm 0.025%/1%/0.1% Ointment9.53
Betsonir CgBetsonir Cg Cream2.5
Cloz GbCloz Gb 0.5%W/W/0.10%W/W/1%W/W Cream36.0
DiprodermDiproderm 0.025%W/W/0.1%W/W/1%W/W Cream33.65
QtecQtec 0.025%/1%/0.1% Ointment5.93
Qtec PlusQtec Plus Ointment9.0
SuperdermSuperderm 0.25%/0.1%/1% Cream42.35
AerocortAerocort 100 Mcg/50 Mcg Inhaler170.0
Aerocort ForteAerocort Forte 200 Mcg/200 Mcg Rotacap65.0
Aerocort HfaAerocort Hfa 100 Mcg/50 Mcg Inhaler170.0
Derisone LDerisone L Forte Respicap70.0
Durabec Breath InhalerDurabec Breath Inhaler111.0
VentorideVentoride 100 Mcg/50 Mg Inhaler104.2
Vent Plus Easecaps CapsuleVent Plus Easecaps 200 Mcg/100 Mcg Capsule30.12
Aerotide Forte DisketteAerotide Forte 400 Mcg/200 Mcg Diskette14.57
AerotideAerotide 200 Mcg/100 Mcg Inhaler59.2
Aerovent InhalerAerovent Inhaler158.75
Derisone RespicapDerisone 200 Mcg/100 Mcg Respicap19.0
Afderm MxAfderm Mx Cream0.0
Ofrun TcOfrun Tc Cream0.0
Taf PlusTaf Plus Cream0.0
Terbinafine 1% + Clobetasol 0.05% + Ofloxacin 0.75% + Ornidazole 2% CreamTerbinafine 1% + Clobetasol 0.05% + Ofloxacin 0.75% + Ornidazole 2% Cream0.0
Triben XtTriben Xt Cream0.0
Candid TotalCandid Total Cream74.0
Clarex PlusClarex Plus Cream47.0
Dermolin PlusDermolin Plus Cream42.76
DermosavDermosav Cream59.0
LincodermLincoderm Cream46.66
MicrodermMicroderm Cream46.0
MycopilMycopil Cream60.0
Novacor PlusNovacor Plus Cream34.0
Of DermOf Derm Cream51.17
Oq DermOq Derm Cream19.9
OrnodermOrnoderm Cream33.81
Tebif Co2Tebif Co2 Cream42.85
Terbinaforce Plus CreamTerbinaforce Plus Cream42.35
Total Derm PlusTotal Derm Plus Cream37.0
Aflox DAflox D 0.3%/0.1% Drops15.4
Amoflox DAmoflox D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops11.15
Deflox DmDeflox Dm Eye Drops27.62
Festive DFestive D 0.3%/0.1% Drop26.0
Flan DxFlan Dx Eye Drops13.75
O Cebran DO Cebran D 0.3%/0.1% Drops18.0
Ofc DxOfc Dx 0.3%/0.1% Drops10.67
OfdexOfdex 0.3%W/V/0.1%W/V Eye/Ear Drops12.0
Ofelder DOfelder D 0.3%/0.1% Drops10.53
Ofen DxOfen Dx 0.3%/0.1% Drops25.76
Oflo DmOflo Dm 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops10.95
Oflomac DxOflomac Dx 0.3%/0.1% Eye/Ear Drops7.51
Oflox DOflox D 0.3%W/V/0.1%W/V Eye Drop13.0
Oflozen DOflozen D 0.3%/0.1% Drops11.04
Olin DOlin D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops35.9
Omeflox DxOmeflox Dx 0.3%/0.1% Drops10.82
O Syn DxO Syn Dx Drops10.05
Oxop DOxop D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops11.71
Zevid DZevid D 0.3%/0.1% Drops16.8
Zo DZo D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drop8.69
Zuflo DZuflo D 0.3%/0.1% Eye/Ear Drops8.75
Zynoff DZynoff D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drop9.06
Oflacin DxOflacin Dx Eye Drop11.68
OfrondOfrond Eye Drops8.75
Protoflox DProtoflox D Eye/Ear Drops9.12
Amprabec NAmprabec N Cream55.5
Betnovate N CreamBetnovate N Cream22.85
Diprovate N PlusDiprovate N Plus Cream95.0
AnovateAnovate Cream83.5
Pilo GoPilo Go Cream55.0
Proctosedyl BdProctosedyl Bd Cream58.85
ProctosedylProctosedyl Ointment53.6
Appatoba DAppatoba D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops12.1
Itocin DItocin D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops21.25
Ocutob DOcutob D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops11.45
TobadexTobadex 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops16.0
Tobaren DTobaren D 0.3%/0.1% Drops15.29
Tobaren DmTobaren Dm 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops58.0
Tobazon DmTobazon Dm 0.3%/0.1% Drops9.92
TobradexTobradex 0.30%/.1% Drops18.29
Tobram DTobram D Eye Drops17.25
Toby DToby D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops11.08
Tojawa DTojawa D 0.3%/0.1% Drops13.67
TromadexTromadex 0.3%/0.1% Drops10.0
Paritob DParitob D Eye Drop37.71
TeradoxTeradox Eye Drops20.31
Tobacin DTobacin D Eye Drop35.9
Tobracid DmTobracid Dm Eye Drop13.56
Tobramed DTobramed D Eye/Ear Drops10.82
Tobrine DmTobrine Dm Eye Drops19.75
Tsun DTsun D Eye Drops19.15
TybroTybro Eye Drops40.0
AsmgloAsmglo Cream128.0
ClearwayClearway Cream165.0
Melapik PlusMelapik Plus Cream165.0
CombiliteCombilite Cream171.42
GlomelaGlomela Cream175.0
Lumacip PlusLumacip Plus Cream223.5
LumagloLumaglo Cream218.5
Lumaglo ForteLumaglo Forte Cream185.0
TriglowTriglow Cream257.0
Ub FairUb Fair Fair Cream189.0
Dexapin CDexapin C Eye Drop13.97
AudoticAudotic Ear Drops58.78
Obpex Eye DropsObpex Eye Drops29.0
OtiflamOtiflam Ear Drops51.6
OtorestOtorest Ear Drop52.0
Otras OtOtras Ot Drops42.0
Bestoflox ClBestoflox Cl Ear Drops33.93
Clodibiotic Ear DropClodibiotic Ear Drop48.0
DrepDrep Ear Drop46.55
Myclin OMyclin O Ear Drops30.5
AzefloAzeflo 50 Mcg/140 Mcg Spray238.0
AzenateAzenate 357 Mcg/1 Mcg Nasal Spray225.0
DuonaseDuonase 50 Mcg/140 Mcg Nasal Spray290.0
DuosprayDuospray 0.05%/0.14% Nasal Spray212.0
Floresp AzFloresp Az 50 Mcg/140 Mcg Nasal Spray252.0
Bactoderm NBactoderm N 0.12%W/W/0.5%W/W/01%W/W Cream18.11
Bariderm SBariderm S 0.05% W/V/3% W/V Lotion63.35
Betasalic SBetasalic S Lotion40.0
Colbet SColbet S Cream59.76
BeclocidBeclocid Lotion37.5
CanditopCanditop 0.025%/1% Cream26.05
Canison BCanison B Cream44.0
Clofung GmClofung Gm Ointment18.82
Clofung GClofung G Ointment36.25
ClogentClogent Ointment40.0
Clomax BClomax B 0.025%W/W/1%W/W Cream47.0
Clona BClona B Ointment30.0
Fluol BFluol B 0.025% W/W/1% W/W Cream54.86
Fungnil BFungnil B 0.025%W/V/1%W/V Cream13.75
Lotril BLotril B Cream58.05
Moncid BMoncid B 0.025%W/V/1%W/V Solution114.0
Nifugal BNifugal B 0.025%/1% Ointment21.5
Ocan BOcan B Cream18.58
Strodent MouthStrodent Mouth Paint46.5
Surfaz BSurfaz B Cream57.76
Topcan BTopcan B Cream48.21
Topcan BgTopcan Bg Cream50.0
Trim BTrim B 0.025%W/W/1%W/W Cream32.0
Vg Can BVg Can B Cream53.0
Abzorb BAbzorb B Cream60.0
BecloromBeclorom Cream38.0
Candex BCandex B Lotion31.3
Candy BCandy B 0.025%/1% Cream34.5
Clen BClen B Cream18.08
Cloben 15Cloben 15 Cream36.1
Clozol B (Biochem)Clozol B Ointment31.0
DefunginDefungin Cream28.57
Exelvate BExelvate B Cream42.86
ExfungExfung 0.025%/1% Cream34.68
Fulcin (Kim Lab)Fulcin Drops35.0
Itchgo BItchgo B Cream10.0
Mazoderm BMazoderm B Cream27.66
Monila PlusMonila Plus 0.025%W/W/1%W/W Cream49.0
Stoma CareStoma Care Liquid77.0
Topiclo BTopiclo B 0.025%/1% Ointment34.48
ZedermZederm Cream36.0
Beclolab NBeclolab N 0.025%/0.5% Cream13.12
Beclomark NBeclomark N 0.025%/0.1% Cream20.5
Biomet NBiomet N 0.025%/0.5% Cream38.5
Beclocort NBeclocort N 0.025%/0.5% Cream14.9
Beclosone NBeclosone N 0.025%/0.5% Cream17.85
Beclotas NBeclotas N Ointment27.0
Beclotec NBeclotec N Ointment9.37
Becmet NBecmet N Cream28.5
Betabiotic PlusBetabiotic Plus Drops26.0
Betawok NBetawok N Cream12.5
Betsonir NBetsonir N Cream15.75
Daily MDaily M Tablet50.0
Beclomethasone 0.025% + Clotrimazole 1% + Gentamycin 0.1% CreamBeclomethasone 0.025% + Clotrimazole 1% + Gentamycin 0.1% Cream10.95
CandidermaCandiderma Cream42.8
Clowin GmClowin Gm Cream9.42
CuticareCuticare Cream55.0
DiproliteDiprolite Cream11.25
Siloderm MixiSiloderm Mixi Cream49.25
BeclosalBeclosal 0.025%/3% Cream29.0
Ephytol SEphytol S 0.025%W/W/3%W/W Ointment51.22
Zovate SZovate S 0.025%W/W/3%W/W Cream35.85
BiosalicBiosalic Ointment45.0
BencreamBencream Cream58.59
CandivateCandivate 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream15.0
Canison BnCanison Bn Cream51.0
Clomax BnClomax Bn 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream53.0
Clomazole SnClomazole Sn 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream65.0
Cnb (Als)Cnb 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream25.0
DermikemDermikem 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream9.37
InfadermInfaderm Cream41.0
Naderm RfNaderm Rf 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream21.15
OndermOnderm 0.025%W/W/0.5%W/W/1%W/W Ointment39.0
OtobioticOtobiotic 0.025%/0.5%/1% Ear Drop53.0
Qualis RfQualis Rf 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream32.0
Ring OutRing Out 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream20.0
Trizole BTrizole B Cream70.0
ZefacortZefacort 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream18.0
ArdermaArderma 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream17.46
Becsone NBecsone N Cream12.81
Burnol PrickdermBurnol Prickderm Cream23.56
Candex BgCandex Bg 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream33.0
CutigardCutigard 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream30.2
Czson NbCzson Nb Cream27.0
DermitrustDermitrust Cream7.35
FungihealFungiheal Cream33.22
Fungitop RfFungitop Rf Cream13.12
GerdermGerderm Cream8.75
GetridGetrid 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream36.0
Mazoderm BnMazoderm Bn Cream15.0
MegadermMegaderm Cream7.5
Nb ClozNb Cloz 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream32.8
PerisanPerisan Cream57.9
ZenodermZenoderm Ointment12.5
Benicort NBenicort N 0.5%/0.1% Drops9.18
Betal NBetal N Drops10.0
Betamethasone + Neomycin CreamBetamethasone Valerate 0.1 % w/w + Neomycin Sulfate 0.5 % w/w Cream14.85
Betamil NBetamil N 0.05%/0.5% Cream13.8
Betasone NBetasone N 0.5%/0.1% Drops17.6
EphytolEphytol Lotion44.88
Anglomet NAnglomet N Cream7.27
Betabiotic LBetabiotic L Drops28.5
Milbeta NMilbeta N 0.35%/0.1% Drops15.77
Solubin NSolubin N Drops19.41
Zobet NZobet N Cream22.87
Betaderm GBetaderm G Cream112.0
Betagel GBetagel G 0.05%/0.1% Cream11.6
Cortiderm GCortiderm G Cream 0.05%/1%20.31
DipgentaDipgenta 0.5 Mg/1 Mg Cream93.0
Propygenta EPropygenta E Cream80.72
Azonate GAzonate G 0.05% W/W/0.10% W/W Cream37.0
Beacon GBeacon G Ointment50.0
BetagenBetagen Cream32.81
Sternon GSternon G Gel63.0
Betaderm PlusBetaderm Plus Lotion79.03
BetalicBetalic 0.64 Mg/30 Mg Cream74.88
Betamethasone 0.05% W/W + Salicylic Acid 3% W/W CreamBetamethasone 0.05% W/W + Salicylic Acid 3% W/W Cream17.87
Betasalic OintmentBetasalic 0.05% W/V/3% W/V Ointment45.0
Betasalic EsBetasalic Es Cream60.0
CortisalCortisal Ointment31.88
DipsalicDipsalic 0.064%/2% Ointment138.0
Heal ItHeal It 0.05%/6% Cream29.91
Prosalic 6Prosalic 6 Ointment55.0
Salisone Mf OintmentSalisone Mf Ointment65.0
Salisone NU OintmentSalisone Nu Ointment60.0
SyncareSyncare Cream48.0
BetasalBetasal Lotion102.86
Bet Salic 3Bet Salic 3 Ointment53.8
Bet Salic 6Bet Salic 6 Ointment52.0
GlysalicGlysalic Ointment76.92
PropysalicPropysalic 0.05%/6% Ointment135.0
SalivateSalivate Ointment34.0
Betamil MBetamil M 0.05% W/W/2% W/W Cream15.2
Betnovate MBetnovate M Cream20.5
Diprovate PlusDiprovate Plus Cream62.1
Betapro CBetapro C Lotion36.91
Candid BCandid B Cream98.0
Canesten SCanesten S Cream63.4
Rizole BRizole B Cream48.8
Triben BTriben B Cream73.0
Zydip CZydip C 0.025% W/V/1% W/V Cream99.0
Beczol CreamBeczol Cream65.0
Cantop BCantop B Cream9.68
Clocip BClocip B Cream40.0
Czson BCzson B Cream40.0
Kivzole BKivzole B Cream86.58
ObedermObederm Cream47.13
Betasalic 6Betasalic 6 0.05%/6% Ointment76.0
Betasalic MfBetasalic Mf Ointment11.07
Betasalic S (Alive)Betasalic S Ointment60.0
SalibetSalibet Cream48.45
SalisoneSalisone Lotion (Betamethasone 0.025% w/w + Salicylic Acid 3% w/w)40.87
Betnovate SBetnovate S Ointment20.7
Betsalic SBetsalic S 0.064% W/W/2% W/W Lotion55.0
Propysalic EPropysalic E Ointment114.95
Betnederm GmBetnederm Gm 0.12%/0.1% Ointment27.06
BgBg 0.064%/0.1% Cream20.16
Exevate GExevate G 0.05%/0.1% Cream38.36
Gencin BGencin B Drops12.6
GentopicGentopic 0.64 Mg/1 Mg Cream11.68
PropygentaPropygenta Cream93.33
Tolnacomb (Surmuont)Tolnacomb Cream32.0
Dipnate GmDipnate Gm Cream38.36
Dipnate GDipnate G Ointment32.31
GarticGartic Ear Drops27.06
GentaleneGentalene 0.05%/0.1% Cream33.1
Genticyn BGenticyn B Eye Drops9.98
Gentosa BGentosa B Eye/Ear Drops15.9
MedidermMediderm Cream8.37
Betnovate GmBetnovate Gm Cream23.35
PropydermPropyderm Cream80.16
Betamil GmBetamil Gm Cream16.4
Biocip DBiocip D 0.3%/0.1% Drop9.8
Ceprolen DCeprolen D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops11.18
Ciplex (Leeford)Ciplex 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops10.62
Cipromac D (Torque)Cipromac D Drop10.61
Ciprozen DCiprozen D 0.3%/0.1% Drops19.37
Kemocip DKemocip D 0.3%/0.1% Eye/Ear Drops9.71
Larcip DLarcip D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops7.25
Lucipro DLucipro D 0.3%/0.1% Eye/Ear Drops12.07
Zoxan DZoxan D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drop8.59
Ahlox DAhlox D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops9.2
Cebran DCebran D Eye Drop9.33
Ceflox DCeflox D Drop26.0
Chlorodex (Sun)Chlorodex Drop10.0
Cifomed DCifomed D Drop16.75
Cipcos DCipcos D Drops14.0
Ciplox DCiplox D Eye/Ear Drops14.0
KemocipKemocip Eye/Ear Drops7.28
Swiflox DSwiflox D Eye Drop7.5
Biocip FcBiocip Fc 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream14.43
Citoz FcCitoz Fc 0.025%/0.5%/1% Cream12.5
Quintega CfQuintega Cf Cream36.9
NciprogullfcNciprogullfc Cream32.0
Garasol DGarasol D 0.3%/0.1% Drops11.5
Gencin D MGencin D M Drops18.0
Gentacip DGentacip D 0.3%/0.1% Drop9.62
Gentajin DGentajin D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops7.04
Gentamide DmGentamide Dm 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops8.2
Gentapen DGentapen D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops8.36
Genticare DGenticare D 0.01%/0.3% Eye Drops9.66
GermentadGermentad 0.3%/0.1% Drops7.8
GlycortGlycort 0.3%/0.1% Drops10.0
Gentaglow DGentaglow D 0.3%/0.1% Eye Drops20.0
PyricortPyricort Eye Drop9.39
Biodexone NBiodexone N 0.5%/0.1% Eye Drops9.37
Dekortyn NDekortyn N 0.5%/0.1% Drops8.25
Dexacort NDexacort N 0.5%/0.1% Eye Ointment9.11
DexcinDexcin Eye/Ear Drops11.55
Opthodex NOpthodex N 0.5%/0.1% Drops9.41
Biosone PBiosone P Eye/Ear Drops40.0
Ocupol DOcupol D Eye Drop13.44
Renicol PxRenicol Px Eye Drops21.0
Takchlor CTakchlor C 10 Mg/1 Mg/5000 Iu Ointment46.2
Deximon PDeximon P Eye Drops22.5
Imix 10Imix 10 Eye Drops30.0
Imix D 10Imix D 10 Eye Drops80.0
Imix D 5Imix D 5 Eye Drops47.5
Imix DImix D Eye Drops36.25
Ocupol DxOcupol Dx Drop75.61
CandibioticCandibiotic Ear Drop65.0
Orecure PlusOrecure Plus Ear Drops59.7
AlbioticAlbiotic Ear Drop52.0
GlybioticGlybiotic Ear Drop45.0
MycoticMycotic Ear Drop48.0
OtidropOtidrop Ear Drops25.33
OtocinOtocin Ear Drop39.6
Canflo BnCanflo Bn 1%/0.05%/0.5% Cream43.86
Crota NCrota N Cream34.0
Sigmaderm NSigmaderm N 0.025%/1%/0.5% Cream57.2
Tolnacomb RfTolnacomb Rf Cream29.96
Xeva NcXeva Nc Tablet29.0
ZotadermZotaderm Cream27.62
Cans 3Cans 3 Capsule72.0
DermowenDermowen Cream29.45
ExoticExotic Drops29.75
Provate GcProvate Gc Cream40.0
Quadriderm AfQuadriderm Af 0.64 Mg/10 Mg/1 Mg Ointment43.31
XtradermXtraderm Cream44.18
KezidermKeziderm Cream20.18
Olprovate GcOlprovate Gc Ointment13.83
OmnidermOmniderm Cream37.94
Cipromac Fc (Torque)Cipromac Fc Ointment27.0
Ciprolar FcCiprolar Fc Cream14.5
Clobal GClobal G Cream15.2
Clobiderm GzClobiderm Gz Cream35.71
Clopinate GmClopinate Gm Cream55.0
Clovate G PlusClovate G Plus Cream65.0
Colbet GmColbet Gm 0.05%/0.1% Cream44.87
MicrogramMicrogram 0.05%W/W/0.1%W/W Cream28.18
Ocovate GOcovate G 0.05%/0.1% Cream34.92
PowergenPowergen 0.05%/0.1% Cream12.55
PsorvatePsorvate 0.05%W/W/0.1%W/W Ointment95.9
Cataderm GCataderm G Cream9.7
ClobexClobex 10 Mg Tablet73.0
Cvate GCvate G 0.05%/0.1% Cream16.38
Epivate GEpivate G Cream10.0
Kloryl GKloryl G Cream13.83
Plosat GPlosat G Cream24.21
Supravate GSupravate G 0.05%/0.1% Cream19.28
Clobal SClobal S Cream57.73
Clob SlClob Sl Cream54.0
Clorap SClorap S Ointment79.8
Clovate SlClovate Sl Cream86.0
C SoraC Sora 0.05%/6% Ointment49.21
NiosalicNiosalic 0.05%/3.5% Cream105.0
Propysalic Nf 6Propysalic Nf 6 Ointment135.0
Propysalic Nf (Hegde &Amp; Hegde)Propysalic Nf Lotion130.0
SalobetSalobet Ointment88.0
TopisalTopisal 3% Lotion107.0
Ultitar CsUltitar Cs 0.05% W/V/3% W/V Lotion328.0
Clonit SClonit S Ointment85.0
Eclo 6Eclo 6 Ointment95.5
Lozivate SLozivate S Ointment95.0
MedisalicMedisalic Ointment76.23
Propysalic Nf (Overseas)Propysalic Nf Lotion130.0
SalicloSaliclo Lotion75.0
TaxalicTaxalic Ointment68.0
Viclob SViclob S Lotion88.53
ClobisalClobisal 0.05%/3% Ointment66.66
Clopinate SClopinate S Cream94.28
Cortaz SCortaz S 0.05%/3% Cream46.0
Etavone SEtavone S Ointment70.0
KlosolKlosol Lotion80.68
Sal PSal P Ointment50.22
SupersalSupersal 6.0%/0.05% Ointment98.0
CambisalicCambisalic Lotion75.0
ClogelClogel Cream57.13
Cutisalic 6Cutisalic 6 Ointment76.1
Cvate SCvate S 0.05%/6% Cream42.77
DiplomaxDiplomax Lotion25.02
DiprosalDiprosal Lotion46.0
Hinate SHinate S 0.05% W/V/6% W/V Ointment82.01
Kersol CKersol C 0.05%W/W/3%W/W Lotion98.0
Klolyte MfKlolyte Mf Cream52.88
Kloryl SKloryl S Cream60.0
Propysalic NPropysalic N Ointment185.0
Salista CSalista C Cream56.0
SyncrateSyncrate Ointment50.0
Viclob SfViclob Sf Ointment47.6
Clonate FClonate F Cream249.0
Clopinate FClopinate F Ointment120.0
Lozivate FLozivate F Cream140.0
Tezcort FTezcort F Cream130.0
Clopinate GClopinate G Cream52.0
Clovate GClovate G Cream73.0
Colbet GColbet G Cream45.0
Cosvate GCosvate G Cream12.95
Dermotriad PlusDermotriad Plus Cream39.5
Etan GEtan G 0.05% W/W/0.1% W/W Cream17.0
Zincoderm GZincoderm G 0.05% W/W/0.1% W/W Cream11.73
Zincort GZincort G Cream30.5
Clobetamil GClobetamil G Cream15.35
Tenovate GTenovate G Cream20.78
Topisone GTopisone G Cream58.0
Clopan GClopan G Cream60.0
Clovate GnClovate Gn Cream38.08
Dipgenta PlusDipgenta Plus Cream92.89
Exel GnExel Gn 0.05% W/W/0.5% W/W Cream48.0
Propygenta NfPropygenta Nf Cream125.0
Tenovate GnTenovate Gn Cream23.6
Clop MgClop Mg 0.05%/0.1%/2% Cream43.43
Clovate GmClovate Gm Cream50.0
Cosvate GmCosvate Gm Cream17.65
Dermac GmDermac Gm Cream40.0
Etan GmEtan Gm Cream13.55
Globet GmGlobet Gm Globet Gm Ointment Ointment 0.05% W/W/0.1% W/W/2% W/W11.25
Lobate GmLobate Gm Cream54.0
Clobenate GmClobenate Gm Cream11.87
Soltec GmSoltec Gm Cream30.0
Zincoderm GmZincoderm Gm Cream13.54
Obet GObet G 0.05%/0.1% Cream21.15
Sterisone GSterisone G 0.05%/0.1% Cream33.5
Hinate GHinate G Cream36.0
Lozee GLozee G Cream24.0
ClostagenClostagen 0.5%/0.5% Cream105.0
Dipgenta FDipgenta F Cream81.8
Klosoft NKlosoft N 0.05%/0.5% Cream24.0
Clonit GClonit G Cream38.36
Cortisol GCortisol G Cream17.0
Powercort NPowercort N Cream40.0
Viclob NViclob N Cream47.92
ZyclogZyclog Ointment76.93
DbioticDbiotic Eye Drops43.31
ErcobErcob 0.3%/0.025%/1% Ear Drop44.7
Mix BioticMix Biotic Drop50.0
OtichekOtichek 0.3%/0.025%/% Eye Drop46.44
OtifloxOtiflox 0.3%/0.025%/1% Ear Drop44.44
Otobiotic PlusOtobiotic Plus 0.3%/0.025%/1% Drop56.0
Candid OCandid O Ear Drop62.0
OtinexOtinex Ear Drops26.2
Otolux OOtolux O Ear Drop41.37
OtonormOtonorm Ear Drop50.0
D ChlorexD Chlorex Eye Drops7.99
Decakem CDecakem C Eye Drops11.76
DecoDeco 0.5%W/V/0.01%W/V Eye/Ear Drops10.62
Dekortyn CDekortyn C 1%/0.1% Drops8.86
DexamonDexamon 1%/0.1% Drops9.8
DeximonDeximon 0.5%/0.1% Eye Drops47.55
Eptico DEptico D 5%/0.1% Drops9.66
KlorumdKlorumd 1%/0.1% Drops7.8
OpthodexOpthodex 1%/0.1% Eye Drops9.4
Opthodex SOpthodex S Drops9.75
PolydexPolydex 1%/0.1% Eye/Ear Drops43.75
RenidexRenidex 1%/0.1% Drops8.89
AvimonAvimon Eye Drops11.0
CareCare Drops51.05
Chlorgull DChlorgull D Eye/Ear Drops7.37
ChloridexChloridex Eye Drops20.87
Chlormet DmChlormet Dm Drops11.75
Chlorodex (Leeford)Chlorodex Eye Drop10.0
ClodilClodil Eye Drops35.87
Pc DexPc Dex Eye/Ear Drops37.98
PyrimonPyrimon Eye Drop11.4
VisomerVisomer Eye Drop23.93
DermolamDermolam Cream45.9
Zole F(Sun Pharma)Zole F 0.01% W/W/2% W/W Ointment62.5
Mycozole FMycozole F Cream10.11
Zole F(Ranbaxy)Zole F 0.01% W/V/2% W/V Lotion42.0
Diprovate Plus GDiprovate Plus G Cream65.4
Betzee GBetzee G Cream11.6
EclospanEclospan 0.025%/2%/0.5% Cream44.5
MegaspanMegaspan Cream22.9
NovacorNovacor Cream30.0
ValbetValbet Cream21.0
Eumosone MEumosone M 0.05% W/W/2% W/W Cream69.3
ItchmosolItchmosol 0.05% W/W/2% W/W Cream58.0
Lobate MLobate M Cream68.5
Tenovate MTenovate M Cream65.2
Exel MExel M 0.05%/2% Cream69.0
Kloryl MKloryl M Cream40.0
Zincoderm MZincoderm M Cream65.22
FactodermFactoderm Cream0.0
Mexaderm PlusMexaderm Plus Cream0.0
Restoderm PlusRestoderm Plus Cream0.0
Zinclovil OtZinclovil Ot Cream0.0
CootCoot Ointment48.0
Dermikem Oc CreamDermikem Oc Cream65.0
Enderm PlusEnderm Plus Cream32.0
Lamiterb PlusLamiterb Plus Cream47.3
O2 DermO2 Derm Cream38.0
TerbofinocTerbofinoc Cream20.81
WidermWiderm Cream47.0
Fexit BFexit B 0.025%/2% Cream61.53
Fudic BnfFudic Bnf 0.025% W/W/2% W/W Cream135.0
Fusiate BFusiate B 0.25 Mg/20 Mg Cream95.0
Fusikab BFusikab B 0.025%/2% Cream64.76
Fuson BFuson B 0.25 Mg/20 Mg Cream45.0
Niogenta FNiogenta F 0.025% W/W/2% W/W Cream169.0
FusiateFusiate Cream115.0
Fusi BFusi B Cream77.15
Floxol BFloxol B Eye Drops41.01
Omeflox BmOmeflox Bm 0.1%W/W/0.3%W/W Eye Ointment19.0
B FaxB Fax Eye Drops35.27
Fluderm GFluderm G 0.025%W/W/0.1%W/W Cream57.0
FlugetFluget 0.025%W/W/0.1%W/W Cream51.0
Fourderm AfFourderm Af Cream100.0
FucibetFucibet 1 Mg/20 Mg Cream50.6
Fusigen BFusigen B 0.1%/0.2% Ointment56.42
Futop BFutop B 0.1%/2% Cream35.5
Fusee BFusee B 0.025%W/W/2%W/W Cream185.0
Fusidil BFusidil B Cream68.0
Fusigen DpFusigen Dp Cream64.3
Fuseal BFuseal B Cream68.4
Fusiderm BFusiderm B 1.2 Mg/20 Mg Cream35.08
Fusitop BFusitop B Cream62.27
Gentalene PlusGentalene Plus Cream76.0
Nuforce GmNuforce Gm 0.025% W/W/1% W/W/0.5% W/W Cream33.0
Quadriderm RfQuadriderm Rf Cream97.0
Toprap NcToprap Nc Cream28.85
TrijekTrijek Cream40.0
TrinilTrinil 0.025%/1%/0.5% Lotion43.8
BageeBagee Cream39.8
Bestopic NBestopic N Cream45.0
Candiderma PlusCandiderma Plus Cream72.0
Cloben GCloben G Cream84.0
Dermolin GmDermolin Gm Cream34.9
Fungid NcFungid Nc Cream38.67
Gentalene C PlusGentalene C Plus Cream66.18
MegaseptMegasept Ointment59.0
SkintopSkintop Cream58.0
Sriderm CreamSriderm Cream22.0
TotaldermTotalderm Cream37.0
Heximar BHeximar B 0.05% W/W/0.005% W/W Ointment411.0
Psoriex PlusPsoriex Plus Ointment903.41
Sorfil SSorfil S Ointment935.0
KedexKedex 0.5%/0.1% Eye Drop50.0
KeralinKeralin Ointment70.0
KetonateKetonate 0.03%/22% Cream36.5
KetrodexKetrodex Eye Drop70.0
Lacsoft CLacsoft C 0.05%/12% Gel179.0
LactihepLactihep Syrup211.0
Lobate AlLobate Al Gel150.0
Lac Soft CLac Soft C Gel179.0
Low DexLow Dex Eye/Ear Drops9.75
Mela 3Mela 3 Cream158.05
Advan ThfAdvan Thf Cream196.0
Hyclean TfHyclean Tf Cream185.0
LitetoneLitetone Cream162.65
MelafectMelafect Cream99.0
XtraliteXtralite Ointment162.0
Micona FMicona F Cream40.83
Flucreme NmFlucreme Nm Ointment54.0
Mupirax BMupirax B 0.05%/2% Ointment74.8
Stemin MuStemin Mu Ointment72.8
Niosol FNiosol F 0.05%/2% Cream105.0
Clobetagen FClobetagen F Cream47.0
NordexNordex Eye Drops44.88
Occumox BmOccumox Bm Eye Drop26.92
OcoticOcotic Drops29.0
OticlorOticlor Eye Drops21.0
OtigardOtigard Ear Drops19.42
OtilanOtilan Ear Drop54.0
ClocibioticClocibiotic Ear Drops33.66
ClodideClodide Ear Drops19.96
OtiscotOtiscot 5%/1%/0.025% Drop24.57
Oflo BmOflo Bm Ointment20.5
Ofloxamac DOfloxamac D 0.3%W/V/0.1%W/V/0.02%W/V Eye Drop9.45
Onabet BOnabet B 0.025% W/W/2% W/W Cream129.0
Sertacide BSertacide B Cream119.0
Pasitrex CPasitrex C Ointment320.0
SorifixSorifix Ointment324.0
Calpsor CCalpsor C Lotion399.0
CalpsorCalpsor Lotion215.0
PentadermPentaderm Cream32.0
Propyderm NfPropyderm Nf Cream130.0
PropyzolePropyzole Cream109.52
Propyzole EPropyzole E Cream96.18
Toprap CToprap C Cream36.88
Canflo BCanflo B Cream34.62
Rusidid BRusidid B 1%/0.025% Cream49.0
Propyzole NfPropyzole Nf Cream115.0
Triben CnTriben Cn Cream64.0
Azonate GcAzonate Gc Cream26.5
B N C (Omega)B N C Burn Care Cream35.86
Gentalene CGentalene C Cream45.0
Saliderm F 0.025%/6%/3% OintmentSaliderm F 0.025%/6%/3% Ointment51.0
SofradexSofradex Cream29.42
Sofradex FSofradex F Cream25.58
Sorvate CSorvate C Ointment290.0
Surfaz SnSurfaz Sn + Cream60.14
Neo CeodermNeo Ceoderm Ointment8.43
QurefastQurefast Ointment57.75
TopisoneTopisone Cream56.0
TricozolTricozol Ear Drop50.5
Tympalin CTympalin C Drops45.0
Clostar Gm CreamClostar Gm Cream40.0
Zincort G NeoZincort G Neo Cream36.18
PilcarePilcare Cream29.0
Solubin CSolubin C Drop13.75

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