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    Curatane
    Taro
    RX
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    Curatane

    Retinoid. Isotretinoin 5, 10, 20, 40 mg.
    SOFT CAPS: 30, 60. See lit.
    Severe recalcitrant nodular acne.
    C/I: Pregn., lact., hepat. and renal
    insuffic., hypervit. A, excess. elevated
    blood lipid, hypersens. Not to be taken
    with tetracycl.

    Epiduo
    Rafa
    RX
    not in the basket chart
    Multiple ingredients
    Epiduo

    Retinoid. Adapalene 1 mg, Benzoyl Peroxide 25 mg.
    TUBE (gel): 15, 30, 60 g.
    PUMP (gel): 15, 30, 45, 60 g.
    Should be appl. to the entire acne affected areas once a day in the eve. on a clean and dry skin. A thin film of gel should be appl. with the fingertips, avoid. the eyes and lips.
    If irritat. occurs, the pt. should be directed to apply non-comedogenic moisturizers, to use the medic. less frequent. (e.g. every other day), to suspend use temporarily, or to discont. use altogether.
    The duration of tmt. should be determin. by the doctor on the basis of the clinic. condition. Early signs of clinical improve. usually appear after 1-4 wks. of tmt.
    The safety and effectiv. not been stud. in child. below 9 yrs. of age.
    Cutaneous tmt. of Acne vulgaris when comedones, papules & pustules are present.
    C/I: Hypersens.

    Ret-Avit Cream
    CTS
    RX
    partial basket chart
    Ret-Avit Cream

    Retinoid. Tretinoin (See Vit. A) 0.05%, 0.025%.
    CREAM: 20 g.
    GEL: 20 g. Apply 1 x dly. in even. Cover
    infect. area lightly.
    Acne.
    C/I: Hypersens., history of cutaneous
    epithelioma.

    Ret-Avit Gel
    CTS
    RX
    Ret-Avit Gel

    Retinoid. Tretinoin (See Vit. A) 0.05%, 0.025%.
    CREAM: 20 g.
    GEL: 20 g. Apply 1 x dly. in even. Cover
    infect. area lightly.
    Acne.
    C/I: Hypersens., history of cutaneous
    epithelioma.

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