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Evaluation of Clinical Efficacy and Safety of Once Daily Topical Administration of 1% Oxiconazole Cream and Lotion in Dermatophytosis : an Open Label, Non Comparative Multicentre Study
H R Jerajani
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Jerajani H R, Amladi S T, Bongale R, Adepu V, Te. Evaluation of Clinical Efficacy and Safety of Once Daily Topical Administration of 1% Oxiconazole Cream and Lotion in Dermatophytosis : an Open Label, Non Comparative Multicentre Study. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2000;66:188-192
AbstractThe clinical efficacy and safety of once daily topical administration of 1% oxiconazole cream and lotion was assessed in an open label, non comparative trial in tinea cruris, tinea corporis and tinea pedis patients. In treated patients, severity scores of erythema, pruritus, scaling, vesicles, papules and burning showed a progressive fall over a period of 4 weeks at all the study centres. With lotion, mean percentage improvement of symptoms varied from 35% (week 1) to 87.6 - 98.7% (week 4). With cream, it varied from 35% (week 1) to 82.5 - 99.5% (week 4). Overall global evaluation response showed clear, excellent and good response in 60%, 21% and 17% of the patients treated with lotion respectively. With cream, excellent and good response was observed in 71%, 10% and 16% of the patients respectively. In T. pedis patients, clear, excellent and good response was observed in 4/8, 2/8 and 1/8 patients respectively with lotion. Cream showed clear (8/15), excellent (4/15) and good (1/15) in these patients. None of the patients out of 178 enrolled, reported any side effect during the trial.