penciclovir


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penciclovir

n penciclovir m
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Most antiherpetic treatments are composed of multiple doses of a nucleoside analogue, such as acyclovir (ACV), penciclovir, or their more orally bioavailable derivatives valacyclovir and famciclovir, respectively [10, 11].
Natile, "Synthesis, characterisation and antiviral activity of platinum (II) complexes with 1, 10-phenanthrolines and the antiviral agents acyclovir and penciclovir," European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, vol.
Famciclovir, the prodrug of penciclovir, is more effective than valacyclovir at resolving acute herpes zoster rash and shortening the duration of PHN.
Zhai, "Formulation design of microemulsion for dermal delivery of penciclovir," International Journal of Pharmaceutics, vol.
As topical medications, penciclovir (Denavir[R]) and docosanol (Abreva[R]) are prescribed for treatment and prevention of orofacial herpes simplex (Vallerand et al., 2017).
No available antiviral drug can eradicate herpes virus from the body completely, and the current antiviral drug for HSV infections management is based on nucleoside analogues that inhibit the viral DNA polymerase as acyclovir, valacyclovir, famciclovir and penciclovir and their derivates (Donalisio et al., 2013).
Nucleoside analogues such as acyclovir and penciclovir are some drugs approved for the treatment of Herpes simplex virus (3).
The drugs used for the treatment of herpes zoster are Acyclovir, Valacyclovir and Famcyclovir, Desiclovir, Penciclovir and Foscarnet.
Certain drugs have been proposed for the treatment of FeHV-1 ocular infections, including bromovinyldeoxyuridine, cidofovir, famciclovir, N-(2-hydroxy propyl) methacrylamide (HPMA), penciclovir, ribavirin, valacyclovir, vidarabine, foscarnet and lactoferrin (MALIK et al., 2009).
Penciclovir cream, methylprednisolone (40 mg intravenous daily for two days, followed by a gradual taper of oral glucocorticoids), acyclovir (2105 mg intravenous for one day), foscarnet sodium (3 g daily for 11 days), and methycobal injection (1 mg daily for one week) were all administrated.
Comparison of new topical treatments for herpes labialis: efficacy of penciclovir cream, acyclovir cream, and n-docosanol cream against experimental cutaneous herpes simplex virus type 1 infection.
For instance, Arindam Das and his colleagues from the Faculty of Pharmacy at the Lincoln University College in Malaysia are experimenting with mucoadhesive polymeric hydrogels that facilitate the nasal delivery of penciclovir.