Psoderm Clobetasol (Generic Clobex, Cormax, Olux) cream and ointment

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PSODERM 0.05% Ointment For topical use.

Active ingredient
1 g of ointment each; Contains 0.5 mg Clobetazol 17 propionate.

Excipients): Propylene glycol, sorbitan sesquioleate, white petroleum jelly
What is PSODERM and what is it used for?

PSODERM is a member of a group of drugs called topical steroids that are applied to the skin. Topical steroids reduce itching and redness in certain skin problems.

PSODERM is used to reduce the effects of inflammation in skin problems such as discoid lupus erythematosus (usually plaques on the face - a type of skin disease), lichen planus (benign skin disease affecting the skin, skin appendages and mucous membranes), psoriasis, difficult to treat eczema.
3.How to use PSODERM?

Instructions for appropriate use and dose / frequency of administration:

If there is anything you do not understand or have difficulty with, ask your doctor or pharmacist.

It is applied in a thin layer, in an amount that will softly cover the affected area, once or twice a day for 4 weeks until recovery is achieved. Then the frequency of administration is reduced or the treatment is changed to a less potent Medicine. Sufficient time should be waited for absorption before applying an emollient after each application. If the condition worsens or does not improve in 2-4 weeks, treatment and complete re-evaluation should be made.

Unless your doctor tells you;

• Do not use more than mentioned above.

• Do not use it on large body surfaces for a long time (eg almost every day for weeks or months).

• When applied to the face, it should not be used longer than 5 days.

Use as your doctor has told you. This leaflet tells you how much and how often you will take your medicine. If you are not sure, ask your doctor or pharmacist.

Application route and method

PSODERM is only applied to the skin. After applying clobetasol propionate, if your hands are not the area being treated, you should wash your hands.

Use in children

Use in the elderly

Use in the elderly

It should be used in the smallest amount and in the shortest time to achieve the desired clinical effect.

Special use cases

Kidney / liver failure:

It should be used in the smallest amount and in the shortest time to achieve the desired clinical effect.

If you have an observation that the effect of PSODERM is too strong or too weak, talk to your doctor and pharmacist.

If you use more PSODERM than you should

Although it is unlikely to use high doses in a short time, symptoms of hypercortisolism (excessive steroid hormone secretion from the adrenal gland) may occur as a result of prolonged high doses or misuse, and in this case, PSODERM treatment should be reduced and discontinued due to the risk of adrenal insufficiency (adrenal insufficiency).

If you have used more than you should use from PSODERM, talk to a doctor or pharmacist.

If you forgot to use PSODERM

If you forget to apply your ointment, apply the usual dose as you remember or wait until then if it is close to the next application.

Do not take a double dose to make up for forgotten doses.

Effects that may occur when treatment with PSODERM is terminated

No adverse effects are expected when PSODERM treatment is terminated. However, do not stop taking the medication without consulting your doctor.
4. What are the possible side effects?

Like all medicines, people who are sensitive to the substances in the content of PSODERM may have side effects.

Side effects are classified as shown in the following categories:

Very common: It can be seen in at least one of 10 patients.

Common: less than one in 10 patients, but more than one in 100 patients.

Uncommon: less than one in 100 patients, but more than one in 1,000 patients.

Rare: may be seen less than one in 1,000 patients.

Very rare: may be seen less than one in 10,000 patients.

Unknown: It cannot be estimated from the available data.

Common side effects

• Redness, rash, itching, burning, contact allergic reaction at the application site

Uncommon side effects

• Skin thinning, streaking

• Clarification of the vein on the skin surface

Very rare side effects

• Weight gain

• Face / face rounding of the moon

•    Obesity

Thinning of the skin

Wrinkles on the skin

Dryness of the skin

• Appearance of blood vessels under the skin surface

Change in skin color

• Increase in body hair

Hair loss / not growing / thinning of hair

• Allergic reaction at the application site

Worsening of the skin condition

• Irritation at the application site

Redness

Rash, itching

If you have psoriasis, inflamed swelling

Skin infection

• Weight gain / slow growth in children

• Decrease in cortisol hormone in the blood

• Increased sugar level in the blood and sugar in the urine

Blood pressure elevation

Clouding in the lens of the eye (cataract)

• Increased intraocular pressure (glaucoma)