Dermazin Cream 50g
Dermazin Cream 50 g
For application to the skin
1. What is Dermazin, and what is it used for?
Dermazine is a medicinal product as a cream applied to the skin. This product belongs to topical chemotherapeutics and is used to prevent and treat various types of skin infections in patients with burns and other skin wounds. The cream has antibacterial properties.
It helps with the following skin infections and problems:
- Skin pressure sores;
- Foot ulcers;
- Minor injuries;
- Skin Contaminations;
- Severe burns, etc.
The active substance in the medicinal product is silver sulfadiazine. It breaks down in the wound so that the slow release of silver ions begins. They aim to suppress bacterial cells growth and multiplication, stopping the infection. The ions do not damage the skin and tissue.
Dermazine penetrates necrotic subcutaneous tissue and mucous membranes, which helps kill harmful bacteria in skin wounds.
2. In which cases should you not use Dermazin cream?
Like any other type of medicinal product, there are some cases in which it is not recommended to use Dermazin.
Do not use this cream in the following cases:
- If you have an allergy to the active ingredient silver sulfadiazine or any of the excipients;
- If you are breastfeeding or in the last stage of pregnancy - depending on your condition, it is recommended to consult a doctor to make the best decision for you;
- It should not be administered to newborns and premature infants during the first 2 months due to an increased risk of kernicterus.
Consult your doctor before using Dermazine or stop using it in the following cases:
- If itching and increased sensitivity occur;
- If symptoms of severe skin side effects occur, including Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis (progressive blistering skin rash). If any of these conditions are unlocked, future use of Dermazine is prohibited;
- If you have an allergy to sulfonamides;
- If you have congenital glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency;
- If you suffer from impaired liver or kidney function;
- If you suffer from porphyria;
- If there are signs of leukopenia (low white blood cell count).
Using Dermazine cream with other medicines
Whether or not you use or take other medicines or dietary supplements, consult your doctor before using the product.
Some ingredients, such as silver and cimetidine, affect the effectiveness of Dermazine when combined. In addition, there is some data that the combination of Dermazine with cimetidine results in a decrease in white blood cell count.
Pregnancy and breastfeeding
It is not recommended to use Dermazine during pregnancy and breastfeeding unless specifically prescribed by your doctor. Talk to your healthcare specialist before using this cream.
3. What does Dermazine cream contain?
As we have described above, the active substance of this medicinal product is silver sulfadiazine, with 1g of Dermazine containing 1 mg of silver sulfadiazine.
The other ingredients in the product are:
- Hydrogenated peanut oil;
- Cetyl alcohol;
- Methyl parahydroxybenzoate;
- Propylene glycol;
- Propyl para-hydroxybenzoate;
- Polysorbate 60;
- Benzoic acid;
- Purified water.
Important information about the composition of Dermazine
Some ingredients, such as peanut oil, cetyl alcohol, propylene glycol, methyl para hydroxybenzoate and propyl para hydroxybenzoate, may cause allergic reactions and skin irritations, including contact dermatitis.
4. Can using Dermazine cream cause adverse reactions?
Dermazine may cause specific side effects, with their frequency ranging from common to very rare.
The most common are the following:
- Skin irritation;
- Warming of the skin;
- Pain when applying the product;
- Decrease in white blood cells;
- Greying of skin.
The following side effects may be very rare and of unknown frequency:
- Formation of blisters on the skin, in the mouth, eyes and genitals;
- Increased serum osmolarity;
- Hypersensitivity and possible allergic reactions on the skin;
Long-term use of Dermazine, and in large amounts, can lead to the following conditions:
- Changes in blood count values;
- Increased body temperature;
- Liver and kidney damage;
- Crystals in urine.
Always follow your doctor's instructions for method and duration of use or as mentioned in the leaflet.
5. How to use Dermazine cream for skin wounds and severe burns?
Always use Dermazine Cream as prescribed by your doctor. If you need help with the application method, consult your healthcare professional.
The recommended way of using the medicinal product:
- Always first clean the infected burns and remove the dead tissue and the cream residues;
- Rinse the wound with water or antiseptic solution;
- Use sterile gauze to apply the cream to the wound or use a sterile spatula and/or sterile glove;
- Cover the affected area with the cream, applying an amount between 2 and 4 mm thick;
- Apply once daily, repeating the procedure every 24 hours;
- Always clean the burn surface or wound and apply the product in a sterile manner.
Note that after application of Dermazin cream, a copious amount of pus-like secretions are formed, which are aseptic. It is entirely normal.
6. Additional information
One patient must use one pack of Dermazine Cream.
This product should be stored in a dry and ventilated place at room temperature below 25 °C.
Keep out of reach of children!
The expiry period of Dermazine cream is 3 months after the original package is opened. Please do not use it after the expiry date!
7. Where can you buy Dermazin Cream 50 g?
You can buy Dermazin Cream 50g from the Care From Nature online shop.
We offer you the following:
- Quick order in a few easy steps;
- -15% for your first order with your e-mail address;
- Worldwide delivery with DHL;
- 1-2 business days for the European Union for £15.99.
For delivery terms to the rest of the world, you can contact us as follows:
- By phone +359884002215;
- Via our Contact form