Canesten cream, 10mg/g, 30 g, Bayer

Canesten cream, 10mg/g, 30 g, Bayer

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Canesten cream is indicated for the treatment of cutaneous and mucous mycoses caused by dermatophytes, fungi, yeasts and microorganisms such as Malassezia furfur and skin infections caused by Corynebacterium minutissimum.

These can occur, for example, in the following forms:
- fungal infections of the foot (athlete's foot), interdigital infections of the hands or foot, periangular infections (paronychia) occurring in association with nail infections.
- superinfections with pathogens sensitive to clotrimazole;
- fungal infections of skin and skin folds, cutaneous candidiasis, pityriasis versicolor (Tinea versicolor, erythrasma), microbial superinfected seborrheic dermatitis with clotrimazole sensitive germs;
- labial and genital infections caused by fungi (candidiasis vulvitis);
- inflammation of the penile gland and infections of the penile gland skin caused by fungi (candidiasis balanitis).

Canesten cream is administered cutaneously. Apply the cream 2-3 times a day in a thin layer and massage gently until the cream penetrates the skin. In general, about <>/<> cm of cream is enough for the treatment of an area the size of a palm.

For infections of the labia (candidiasis vulvitis) and adjacent areas, candidiasis balanitis and penile glans inflammation, apply the cream to the affected area of skin (e.g. from vagina to anus) 1-3 times a day.

For foot infections, it is recommended to wash and dry the feet, especially interdigitally, before applying the cream.
The duration of treatment varies depending on the severity of the infection and its location.

To ensure complete healing, treatment should be continued as indicated below: The treatment rate is:

- Cutaneous mycoses, including athlete's foot:
3-4 weeks.
- erythrasma: 2-4 weeks.
- Pityriasis versicolor: 1-3 weeks.
- vulvitis and balanitacandidosis: 1-2 weeks.

30 g