Quinolinol sulphate monohydrate solution 0,1 % (nrf 11.127.)

Author: Prof. Dr. med. Peter Altmeyer

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Last updated on: 29.10.2020

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Formulation
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Rp.

quinolinol sulfate monohydrate 0,1
Purified water ad 100,0

For external use. In case of superficial infections, apply moist compresses to the affected skin areas 2-3 times a day. Colours skin, laundry and other objects yellow.

Usage period: 1 yearRegistrations

in which this prescription is mentioned:

  • Anal fistula bacteride
  • Andrews, pustularBalanitis
  • candidamyceticaBalanitis
  • gangraenosaBalanitis
  • nigricansBartholinitisBotryomycosisBulla
  • repensBullosis
  • diabeticorumCandidose
  • , intertriginousChinolinolChinolinol sulphate monohydrate solution
  • 0.1% (NRF 11.127.)
  • DermatitisDiphtheria
  • of the skinEcthyma
  • contagiosumEcthymaEczemaEczema
  • , hand eczemaEczema
  • , contact eczema, allergic ec
  • zema
  • , contact dermatitis, toxic eczema
  • , microbialEpidermolysis
  • bullosa dystrophica albopapuloidaEpidermolysis
  • bullosa groupEpidermolysis
  • bullosa
  • simplex, Weber-CockayneEpidermolysis
  • bullosa and congenital localized absence of skinErysipelasFolliculitis
  • barbae candidamyceticaFolliculitis
  • decalvansFolliculitis
  • profundaFolliculitis
  • simplex barbaeFolliculitis
  • sycosiformis atrophicansFollicelanthracosisFolliculitis
  • ,
  • gram-negativefoot infection
  • , gram-negativefurunclefurunculosisGangrene
  • , postoperative progressivegranuloma
  • inguinaleImpetigoImpetigo
  • contagiosa, small-bubble cat scratch diseaseChild syndromeLymphangitis
  • acutaMarisksMilker granulomaMilker's nodesOstiofolliculitisOxyuriasisPanaritiumParonychiaPemphigoid
  • ,
  • bullous localised perichondritis
  • of the auriclePerifolliculitis
  • capitis abscedens et suffodiensPerifolliculitisPhlegmonePilonidalsinusPityrosporumfolliculitisPyodermia
  • vegetansPyodermiePyodermie
  • ,
  • chancreaticRadiodermatitis
  • acutaReticulohistiocytosis
  • of the skin with benign progressionRhinoscleromaScabies
  • eczematosaStevens-Johnson syndromeTularaemiaUlcus
  • cruris venosumUlcus
  • tropicumUlcus
  • vulvae acutumUnguis
  • incarnatusUrethritis
  • herpeticaUrticaria
  • pigmentosa bullosaVaginosis
  • , bacterialVaricellaVerruca
  • (viral wart)
  • Wasp bite
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    Last updated on: 29.10.2020