sulfacetamide


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sulfacetamide

(ˌsʌlfæˈsiːtəˌmaɪd)
n
(Pharmacology) the US preferred spelling of sulphacetamide
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Noun1.sulfacetamide - a topical sulfonamide (trade name Sulamyd) used to treat eye infections
sulfa, sulfa drug, sulfonamide, sulpha - antibacterial consisting of any of several synthetic organic compounds capable of inhibiting the growth of bacteria that require PABA
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sulfacetamide

n. sulfacetamida, sulfonamida antibacteriana.
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sulfacetamide

n sulfacetamida
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(11) For pharmaceutical therapeu tics, topical sodium sulfacetamide, metronidazole, and azelaic acid have been shown to be effective in rosacea.
Riga, "Preparation and physicochemical characterization of eudragit[R] RL100 Nanosuspension with potential for ocular delivery of Sulfacetamide," Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences, vol.
For at least a decade, she's been using a prescription lotion called sulfacetamide sodium to treat rosacea, a skin condition.
This finding might indicate that dermatologists are more comfortable prescribing a greater variety of medications for acne and rosacea, such as tazarotene, azelaic acid, and sulfacetamide, while primary care physicians might stick to a narrower range of medicines, Mr.
Ten anti-infectives are available for topical treatment of eye infections (systemic concentrations if known): besifloxacin (Besivance) (0.43 ng/mL), ciprofloxacin (less than 2.5 ng/mL), gentamicin, gatifloxacin (Zymaxid) (less than 5 ng/mL), levofloxacin (Iquix) (10.9 ng/mL), moxifloxacin (Vigamox) (2.7 ng/mL), ofloxacin (1.9 ng/ mL), sulfacetamide (Isopto Cetamide), and tobramycin.
Sulfacetamide, sulfanilamide, timolol maleate, glacial acetic acid, monobasic sodium phosphate, and phosphoric acid were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich.
Currently available hyperosmotic ointments include sodium chloride 5% (Muro-128, Bausch & Lomb), and sulfacetamide 10% (Bleph-10, AK-Sulf).
The most commonly used antiseptics include 3benzoyl peroxide (the most widely used one), azelaic acid and sodium sulfacetamide. They also have mild comedolytic action.
del Rosso, "The use of sodium sulfacetamide 10%-sulfur 5% emollient foam in the treatment of acne vulgaris," Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology, vol.
Twenty patients with blepharitis due to meibomian gland dysfunction were randomly assigned to receive 5% N-acetylcysteine (NAC) eyedrops or a topical steroid-antibiotic combination (0.1% betamethasone/10% sulfacetamide sodium) 4 times per day for 1 month.