Mifungar is a synthetic imidazole derivative; external antifungal drug.
Release form and composition
Dosage form - cream 1%: white, homogeneous, almost odorless (30 g in an aluminum tube, in a cardboard bundle 1 tube).
The active ingredient of Mifungar - oxyconazole nitrate: in 1 g of ointment - 11.47 mg, including oxyconazole - 10 mg.
Auxiliary components: white petrolatum, benzoic acid, polysorbate 60, propylene glycol, cetyl alcohol, stearyl alcohol, purified water.
Indications for use
Mifungar is used to treat fungal diseases of the skin and hair caused by microorganisms that are sensitive to oxyconazole.
The use of the drug is contraindicated in the following cases:
- Children's age up to 8 years;
- Hypersensitivity to the components of Mifungar.
Dosing and Administration
The drug is intended for external use - it is applied in a thin layer on the affected areas 1 time per day, preferably at night.
Duration of treatment depending on the indication:
- Mycoses stop - 4 weeks;
- Mycoses of the skin - 2 weeks.
In order to avoid recurrence of the disease after the disappearance of its clinical symptoms, treatment is recommended to continue for another 1-2 weeks. The maximum duration of treatment is 6 months.
Possible side effects caused by the use of Mifungar: tingling or burning sensation, itching, cracks, rash, redness, pain, folliculitis skin maceration, allergic dermatitis.
In case of fungal lesions of the external genital organs, treatment is necessary for both sexual partners at the same time.
In case of skin irritation or hypersensitivity reactions, the drug should be discontinued and consult a doctor.
During the application of the ointment, care must be taken to prevent it from getting into the eyes.
Information about the interaction of Mifungar with other drugs is missing. The possibility of the simultaneous use of any other drug for external use should be checked with the doctor.
Terms and conditions of storage
Store in a dry place out of reach of children at a temperature of 10-25 ºС.
Shelf life - 3 years.