Antimycotics

Author: Prof. Dr. med. Peter Altmeyer

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Last updated on: 29.10.2020

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Definition
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Medicinal products which have either a fungistatic or fungicidal action. See Table 1 for the classification.

Indication
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see below Mycoses; see below Dermatomycoses

Literature
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  1. Geier J et al (2016) News on the epicutaneous test series of the German Contact Allergy Group. Dermatology at work and in the environment 64: 70-75

Tables
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Overview of antimycotic drugs and their spectrum of action

Group/Substance

Forms of application

Spectrum of action

Dermatophytes

Yeast fungi

Moulds

Polyenes

amphotericin B

top., p.o., i.v.

+

Natamycin

top., p.o.

+

Nystatin

top., p.o.

+

Imidazoles

Bifonazole

top.

+

+

+

Clotrimazole

top.

+

+

+

Croconazole

top.

+

+

+

Econazole

top.

+

+

+

Fenticonazole

top.

+

+

+

Isoconazole

top.

+

+

+

Ketoconazole

top., p.o.

+

+

+

Miconazole

top., p.o., i.v.

+

+

+

Oxiconazole

top.

+

+

+

Sertaconazole

top.

+

+

+

Tioconazole

top.

+

+

+

Triazoles

Fluconazole

p.o., i.v.

+

+

(+)

Itraconazole

p.o., i.v.

+

+

+

Voriconazole

p.o., i.v.

+

+

Allylamines

Naftifin

top.

+

Terbinafine

top., p.o.

+

Hydroxypiridone

Ciclopirox

top.

+

+

+

Echinocandine

Caspofungin

intravenously

+

+

Morpholine

Amorolfin

top.

+

+

+

Miscellaneous

Dequalinium chloride

top.

(+)

+

(+)

Pyrithione zinc

top.

(+)

+

(+)

Griseofulvin

top., p.o.

+

Fenticlor

top.

+

+

Flucytosine

intravenously

(+)

(+)

Tolciclat

top.

+

Tolnaftat

top.

+

Undecylenic acid

top.

+

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Last updated on: 29.10.2020