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Neosporin Eczema Essentials Anti-itch Cream
- [ topical cream ]
- Dose: apply prn; Max: 4x/day
- [active ingredients]
- hydrocortisone 1%
- hypersens. to drug/class/compon.
- caution if skin infection
- caution in pediatric pts
Drug Interactions .
No significant interactions known or found for this OTC. Caution always advised with multiple medications.
Adverse Reactions .
- HPA axis suppression
- Cushing syndrome
- intracranial HTN (peds pts)
- acneiform dermatitis
- perioral dermatitis
- allergic contact dermatitis
- secondary infection
- skin atrophy
Lactation: [Probably Safe]
Metabolism: liver primarily; CYP450: unknown; Info: systemic absorption varies w/ application area and site, occlusion, and pt-specific factors
Excretion: urine; Half-life: 8-12h (biological)
Mechanism of Action: exact mechanism of anti-inflammatory action unknown; inhibits multiple inflammatory cytokines; produces multiple glucocorticoid and mineralocorticoid effects
Manufacturer: Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc.
Approximate Retail Price
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