Dermatotropics

The group includes dermatotropic agents that protect the skin from microbial and parasitic lesions (antiseptics, antibacterial, anti — radicular and anti-tick, antifungal, antiviral drugs), stimulating the regeneration and epithelialization of the skin during wound healing, softening and resorption of scar tissue, burns, trophic ulcers (retinoids, Pantothenic acid derivatives, regulators of metabolic processes, vitreous body, solcoseryl, hyaluronidase, iruxol-promote enzymatic purification of wounds — etc.), neutralizing pruritus in allergic conditions, eczema, atopic dermatitis and other inflammatory diseases (antihistamines, local anesthetic, enveloping, binding, some homeopathic medicines, etc.), reducing callosity and body warts (solutions and ointments providing a keratolytic, a cauterizing effect), reducing sweating (dosage forms formic aldehyde; under the influence of formaldehyde, the epidermis is compacted-due to denaturation of proteins — resulting in decreased sweating), as well as used in diseases with pronounced skin manifestations, for example, for the treatment of psoriasis. For psoriasis use Psoriasis, Psoriaten, calcipotriol, glukokorticosteroida ointments, pastes, retinoids, etc.); the best therapeutic effect achieved with the combination of pharmaco - PUVA therapy. To dermatotropic agents can be attributed locally irritating agents, because their effect is realized in contact with the skin (see. Locally irritating agents).


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