Generic Medicine Info
Indications and Dosage
Verruca palmaris, Verruca plantaris
Adult: A 3% v/v solution or 0.75% water-miscible gel can be applied onto the affected areas.
Special Precautions
Sensitivity. Avoid contact with eyes, nose and mucous membranes.
Adverse Reactions
Topical: whitening and hardening of skin; contact dermatitis, sensitivity reactions. Oral: intense pain accompanied by inflammation, ulceration, necrosis of mucous membranes; vomiting, haematemesis, blood-stained diarrhoea; haematuria, anuria, metabolic acidosis, vertigo, convulsions, loss of consciousness; circulatory failure.
Drug Interactions
Formaldehyde decreases antimicrobial effects of drugs by reacting with protein.
Description: Formaldehyde hardens the epidermis when applied to intact skin making the infected layer tough and whitish.
MIMS Class
Topical Antivirals
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