Hydrocortisone 17- butyrate 1 mg
- Napkin Dermatitis in Children from age 3 months.
Dosage and Administration
For adults and children, to be applied to the affected areas as a thin film one to four times a day, or as directed by
the physician no longer than 2 weeks.
Topical corticosteroids are contraindicated in those patients with a history of hypersensitivity to any of the components of
- Dryness of skin.
Pregnancy and Lactation
- Corticosteroids are known to pass through the placenta and may therefore influence the foetus. This will be mainly of significance; however, in case of an intensive treatment of large surfaces with a potent or very potent product.
- It is not known whether corticosteroids absorbed through the skin may be demonstrated in mother's milk.
Warning and Precaution
Do not apply on the eyelids because of the possibility of contamination of the conjunctiva, with the risk of inducing glaucoma simplex or a subcapsular cataract.
Package and Storage
- Package: Carton box containing lipocream tubes of 20 gm & insert leaflet.
- Storage:Store below 25ºC