sulfamylon

Sulfamylon

a trademark for a topical antiseptic (mafenide acetate).

sulfamylon

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Topical 5 percent mafenide acetate solution (5% Sulfamylon Solution) was found to be bactericidal against many nosocomial Acinetobacter isolates, and wound-care protocols suggest its use in place of normal saline for washing wounds [21].
The use of topical antimicrobials like sulfamylon contributed to the improved survival rates of adults and children who suffered severe burns.
Sulfamylon can also be used, though not on the face because of pigmentation changes; nor should it be used in pregnant women, nursing mothers, or newborns.
Frequently used topical creams are silver sulfadiazine and sulfamylon, both providing broad-spectrum coverage against microorganisms.