40% urea cream

40% urea cream

topical cream with keratolytic action; used to reduce/remove hypertrophic nails; i.e. cream left in situ on a nail plate under occlusive dressing for 48-72 hours (+ mask to surrounding skin); nail becomes partially macerated, and outer layer of nail can be removed; repeated reapplication over several weeks will allow eventual removal of entire nail plate in symptomatic patient who cannot tolerate surgical nail avulsion
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AmLactin XL is a clinically proven, superior moisturizer to 40% urea cream and 12% ammonium lactate lotion for severe dry skin.
AmLactin XL[R] is a clinically proven, superior moisturizer to 40% urea cream and 12% ammonium lactate lotion for severe dry skin (3).
In its complaint filed today in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, Bradley alleges that DPT breached a confidentiality agreement with Bradley and misappropriated Bradley's trade secrets relating to Carmol(R) 40 Cream, Bradley's 40% urea cream.
DPT currently manufactures a 40% urea cream for Dermik Laboratories and Aventis Pharmaceuticals.
In the complaint, filed in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey on January 29, 2003, Bradley Pharmaceuticals states that the marketing and sale by Dermik and Aventis Pharmaceuticals of the 40% urea cream, Vanamide(R), infringes three of Bradley Pharmaceuticals' patents, a composition patent for dermatological products comprised of 40% urea and two methodology patents for the therapeutic use of urea-based products.
Given the clarity of our patents, Bradley Pharmaceuticals firmly believes the marketing and sale by Dermik and Aventis Pharmaceuticals of the 40% urea cream infringes Bradley's urea based composition and methodology patents, violating Bradley Pharmaceuticals' proprietary and intellectual property rights.
Patients were treated with a combination of 40% Urea Cream (Carmel(R)40) and ciclopirox cream (a standard of care).
Elewski clinical findings, an in vitro antimicrobial study was conducted by Bradley to obtain relative antimicrobial activity of 40% Urea Cream (Carmol(R) 40) alone, ciclopirox cream alone, and a combination of the two.
In vitro, 40% Urea Cream alone and ciclopirox cream alone both showed a significant reduction in T.