Inflammatory pruritic manifestations corticosteroid responsive dermatoses

Intertrigo complicated by fungal infection should be managed with topical antifungals. Nystatin is effective only for candidal intertrigo. Clotrimazole, ketoconazole, oxiconazole (Oxistat), or econazole may be used for both Candida and dermatophyte infections. Topical treatments are applied twice daily until the rash resolves. Fluconazole (Diflucan), 100 to 200 mg daily for seven days, is used for resistant fungal infections, although patients who are obese may require an increased dosage. Oral azoles may potentiate the effects of hypoglycemic agents, leading to low blood glucose levels, and patients with diabetes should be instructed to monitor their blood glucose levels with concomitant use of these medications. 14

Inflammatory pruritic manifestations corticosteroid responsive dermatoses

inflammatory pruritic manifestations corticosteroid responsive dermatoses

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