Special solution for treating acne AND SEVERE ACNE
Acne treatment (especially the dominant forms of inflammatory papulopustular). It is advisable to take account of official guidance on the appropriate use of antibacterials.
Hypersensitivity to erythromycin macrolide, the substances of similar structure or any of the excipients.
Avoid contact with mucous membranes and sensitive skin areas (the subclavian, neck, eye contour) because of the alcohol content of medicine.
There are insufficient data on skin absorption after administration of erythromycin, depending on the surface area of administration and dose.
-Ebastina: Increased risk of ventricular arrhythmias (decreased hepatic metabolism of macrolides antihistamines).
-Cisaprida: Increased risk of ventricular arrhythmias (decreased hepatic metabolism of cisapride by macrolides).
Pregnancy and lactation:
Studies in animals have shown erythromycin teratogenic effect only if a species, but not fetal toxicity.
Erythromycin crosses the placenta. As there are insufficient data on skin absorption after administration of erythromycin is not recommended during pregnancy Eryfluid.
Erythromycin passes into breast milk; diarrhea may occur in infants, irritability, the drug is not recommended during breastfeeding.
The ability to drive and use machines
It should not affect the ability to drive or operate machinery.
Dosage and administration
The recommended dose is one or two daily applications using a cotton swab soaked in the solution.
Eryfluid applied by dabbing or wiping lightly on the skin clean and dry beforehand. Treatment should be continued until clinical improvement in about 1-3 months.
Local irritation, allergic reactions (pruritus, erythema).
Dryness of the skin at the beginning of treatment.
In case of dry skin, treatment can be continued by switching to a lower strength pharmaceutical form or reducing the number of daily applications. If these measures are not enough treatment should be discontinued.
Presentation: bottle of 30 ml cutaneous
Manufacturer: Pierre Fabre