Dosage form: cream
Ingredients: Miconazole Nitrate 20g in 1000g
Labeler: Swiss-American Products
NDC Code: 60232-8577
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Active Ingredient Purpose
Miconazole Nitrate 2%.................Antifungal
Uses: Topical antifungal relieves itching, scaling, irritation, redness and discomfort. Treats Athlete's Foot, Jock Itch and Ringworm. Waterproof barrier protects skin against moisture from incontinence and trauma in skin folds from skin-to-skin contact.
Keep this and all drugs out of the reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center immediately.
Elta's protease formulas, enhanced with Pro-N9, destroy proteins that inhibit healing while preserving beneficial cytokines in damaged tissue.
Warnings: For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Stop use and contact doctor if condition worsens or symptoms last more than 7 days.
Directions: Clean affected area, apply thin layer twice daily or as directed by doctor. Remove easily with mild perineal or skin cleansers. Athlete's Foot and Ringworm: daily for 4 weeks. Jock itch: daily for 2 weeks.
water, petrolatum, zinc oxide, dimethicone, isopropyl palmitate, cetyl PEG/PPG-10/1, propylene glycol, cetyl dimethicone, sodium chloride, Pro-N9, bees wax, hydrogenated castor oil, methylparaben, EDTA disodium, sodium bisulfite, propylparaben, allantoin
miconazole nitrate cream
|Labeler - Swiss-American Products (611921669)|
|Registrant - Swiss-American Products (611921669)|
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