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PharmCh 11

Topical antiseborrheics Sulfur, Salicylic acid, Coal tar, Benzoyl peroxide, Selenium sulfide
Topical antipruritics Nonsteroidals and steroids
Antiseptics for the skin Alcohol, Propylene glycol, Chlorhexidine, Acetic acid, Iodine, Benzalkonium Chloride
What are the 4 stages of wound healing? Inflammation, debridement, repair, maturation
When does the inflammation stage of wound healing begin? Immediately
When does the debridement stage of wound healing begin? 6hrs
Dexamethasone and Prednisone Systemic corticosteroids Tx of allergic rxns, moist dermatitis, seborheic dermatitis, and acral lick dermatitis
Bactoderm and Nitrofurazone dressing Topical Antibacterial Agents Tx and prev of superficial bacterial infections of wounds Frequent application, used under bandages
Conofite and Miconazole Topical Antifungal Agents Tx of superficial fungal infections Frequent application, used under bandages
Silver nitrate Class: Caustics Destroy tissue at application site Used for control of proud flesh, removal of warts, and removal of horn buds in calves
Cyclosporine (Atopica) Selective immunosuppressant Tx atopic dermatitis
Created by: lsondermann