Avezol Dosage/Direction for Use





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Dosage/Direction for Use
In adults: Vaginal candidiasis or candidal balanitis - 150mg single oral dose.
For dermal infections including tinea pedis, corporis, cruris and candida infections the recommended dosage is 150mg once weekly.
Duration of treatment is normally 2 to 4 weeks but tinea pedis may require treatment for up to 6 weeks.
For tinea versicolor, the recommended dose is 300 mg once weekly for 2 weeks; a third weekly dose of 300 mg may be needed in some patients, whereas, in some patients, a single dose of 300- 400 mg may be sufficient.
In children: Despite extensive data supporting the use of Avezol in children there are limited data available on the use of Avezol for genital candidiasis in children below 16 years. Use at present is not recommended unless antifungal treatment is imperative and no suitable alternative agent exists.
Use in elderly: The normal adult dose should be used.
Use in renal impairment: Fluconazole is excreted predominantly in the urine as unchanged drug. No adjustments in single dose therapy are required.
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