alclometasone


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alclometasone

 [al-klo-met´ah-sōn″]
a synthetic corticosteroid used topically in the dipropionate form for the relief of inflammation and pruritus.

alclometasone

A moderately strong CORTICOSTEROID drug used externally in the treatment of inflammatory skin disorders. A brand name is Modrasone.
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Low Potency Alclometasone dipropionate Desonide Fluocinolone acetonide VII.
Elsewhere, Glenmark Generics, a wholly owned subsidiary of Glenmark Pharma, received marketing clearance for its Alclometasone Dipropionate cream.
Currently, only two medium- and low-potency topical therapies are approved for short-term use in pediatric psoriasis: mometasone furoate and alclometasone dipropionate.
Overall, those who received tacrolimus ointment had significantly fewer relapse days (47) than those who received a control ointment containing alclometasone (76 days).
Overall, the patients who received tacrolimus ointment had significantly fewer relapse days (47) than those who received a control ointment containing alclometasone (76 days).
It has clearance for alclometasone dipropionate cream USP, 0.05%.
Alclometasone 0.05% cream/ointment is approved for patients as young as 1 year old.
Alclometasone Taro Pharmaceuticals Aclovate ointment
The children were randomized to 4 days of tacrolimus ointment 0.03% twice a day or alclometasone ointment 0.05% twice a day followed by open-label tacrolimus 0.03 %--the FDA-approved pediatric concentration--for the balance of the 16 weeks.