Myron, an Indigenous Drug, in Trichomoniasis and Moniliasis
N C Bhargava
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Bhargava N C, Pramanick K. Myron, an Indigenous Drug, in Trichomoniasis and Moniliasis. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 1978;44:362-365
AbstractFifty consecutive cases of leucorrhoea that attended the STD training and Demonstration Centre, Safdang Hospital, New Delhi, were treated with Myron. Routine investigations, including smear and culture were done. Monilial infection and infection due to T. vaginalis were predominant. Myron was used in cases of mod erate leucorrhoea and Myron + Bangshil was used in case of leucorrhoea with profuse discharge. Assessment was made by repeat investigations and symptomatic relief. It was found that Myron gave 88.0% satisfactory response in cases of leucorrhoea. This clinical trial shows that Myron can be used beneficially and available for investigations and smear culture.