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Trizorb Cream

Trizorb Cream

Prescription drug
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Manufacturer/Marketer

Alde Medi Impex Ltd

Consume Type

TOPICAL

Return Policy

Not Returnable

About Trizorb Cream

Trizorb Cream is used to treat various fungal and bacterial skin infections. It treats skin inflammation due to allergies or irritants, eczema (inflamed, itchy, cracked and rough skin patches), psoriasis (skin cells multiply rapidly to form bumpy (uneven) red patches covered with white scales), ringworm, athlete’s foot (fungal infection between the toes), jock itch (fungal infection in the skin of the genitals, inner thighs and buttocks), candidiasis (yeast infection), insect bites, and stings.

Trizorb Cream is composed of three medicines: Clotrimazole (antifungal), Neomycin (antibiotic) and Beclometasone (steroid). Clotrimazole is an antifungal medication that stops the growth of fungi by causing damage and leakage to the fungal cell membrane. Neomycin is an aminoglycoside antibiotic used in treating bacterial and fungal infections of the skin. It prevents the synthesis of essential proteins required by bacteria to carry out vital functions. On the other hand, Beclometasone is a corticosteroid and blocks prostaglandin's production (chemical messengers) that make the affected area red, swollen and itchy.

Trizorb Cream is for topical (for skin) use only. If the medicine gets into your eyes, nose or mouth, rinse with cold water. Common side effects of Trizorb Cream include erythema (redness of the skin), stinging, blistering, peeling, pruritus (irritation of the skin causing an urge to scratch), itching, dryness and burning sensation at the application site. These side effects do not require medical attention and gradually resolve over time. However, if the side effects are persistent, please consult your doctor.

Do not use topical Trizorb Cream on open wounds, blisters and lesions. Trizorb Cream is not for oral, ophthalmic (eye) or intravaginal use. Do not put a dressing or bandage on the affected area since it increases the risk of side effects. Please check with your doctor before using Trizorb Cream, if you have liver or kidney diseases. Pregnant and breastfeeding mothers should consult the doctor before starting Trizorb Cream.

Uses of Trizorb Cream

Treatment of Fungal and bacterial skin infections.

Medicinal Benefits

Trizorb Cream comprises Clotrimazole, Neomycin, and Beclometasone. Clotrimazole is an antifungal medication that stops the growth of fungi by causing damage and leakage to the fungal cell membrane. Neomycin is an aminoglycoside antibiotic and treats bacterial and fungal infections of the skin. It prevents the synthesis of essential proteins required by bacteria to carry out vital functions and has broad-spectrum activity against aerobic Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria. Beclometasone is a corticosteroid and blocks prostaglandin's production (chemical messengers) that make the affected area red, swollen and itchy. With its anti-inflammatory and vasoconstrictive properties, Beclometasone treats eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis.

Directions for Use

Apply a thin layer of cream with clean and dry hands on the skin's affected areas. You can also apply it with a piece of clean cotton wool or gauze swab on the skin. Gently rub the medicine into the skin until it is disappeared. Wash your hands before and after applying the cream on the affected areas unless the treatment is for hands.

Storage

Store in a cool and dry place away from sunlight

Side Effects of Trizorb Cream

  • Erythema (redness of the skin)
  • Stinging
  • Blistering
  • Peeling
  • Pruritus (irritation of the skin causing an urge to scratch)
  • Itching
  • Dryness
  • Burning sensation at the application site

Drug Warnings

Before using Trizorb Cream, let your doctor know if have a history of liver or kidney diseases or allergic reactions to steroid medicines and antibiotics. Avoid smoking or going near naked flames since Trizorb Cream can catch fire and burn easily. Avoid applying Trizorb Cream cream on sunburns, lesions, blisters and open wounds. Trizorb Cream is not for oral, ophthalmic (for the eye) or intravaginal use. Do not wash the treated areas for a minimum of 3 hours after you apply Trizorb Cream. Pregnant and breastfeeding mothers should consult the doctor before starting Trizorb Cream

Drug Interactions

Drug-Drug Interaction: Keep your doctor informed of all the medicines you use, including topical products before using Trizorb Cream.

Drug-Food Interaction: No interactions were found/established.

Drug-Disease Interaction: Brief your doctor if you have a medical history of allergic reactions to medicines, or liver or kidney diseases before starting Trizorb Cream.

Habit Forming

No

Diet & Lifestyle Advise

  • Use mild soap while taking baths and prefer warm baths.
  • Always wear loose-fitting clothes to avoid further sweat and the spread of the fungal infection.
  • Regularly change your socks and wash your feet. Avoid shoes that make your feet sweaty and hot.
  • Do not walk barefoot at places like gym showers to prevent fungal and bacterial infections.
  • Do not scratch the affected area of the skin as it can spread the infection to other body parts.
  • Avoid sharing towels, combs, bedsheets, shoes or socks with others.
  • Wash your bed sheets and towels regularly.
  • Avoid or limit the intake of alcohol and caffeine.
  • Manage stress, eat healthily, drink plenty of water, exercise regularly and get plenty of sleep.

Special Advise

It is advised to reach out to your doctor if the infection symptoms persist or worsen after two weeks of treatment.

Disease/Condition Glossary

Bacterial skin infection: It occurs when bacteria enter the body through the skin. Bacterial skin infections are generally mild and can be treated using topical antibiotics. Few infections need treatment using an oral antibiotic. Symptoms of a skin infection include rashes, blisters, cracked/dry skin, itching, redness, swelling, stinging or burning sensation.

Fungal skin infection: It is a skin disease in which a fungus attacks the tissue and causes infection. Fungal infections may be contagious (spread from one person to another). The symptoms of a fungal infection include scaly skin, blisters, itching, swelling, irritation, and redness. 

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Alcohol

Caution

No interactions were found/ established. Please consult your doctor before using Trizorb Cream.

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Pregnancy

Caution

There is limited data on how the Trizorb Cream affects pregnancy. Please consult your doctor if you are planning to become pregnant or already pregnant before starting Trizorb Cream.

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Breast Feeding

Caution

Please consult your doctor before using Trizorb Cream if you are breastfeeding. If you need to apply the cream on your breasts, don't do this immediately before giving a feed.

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Driving

Safe if prescribed

Trizorb Cream has no or negligible influence on the ability to drive or use machines.

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Liver

Caution

Let your doctor know if you have any history of liver diseases or hepatic impairment before using Trizorb Cream.

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Kidney

Caution

Let your doctor know if you have any history of kidney diseases before using Trizorb Cream.

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Children

Caution

Trizorb Cream is not recommended for children below nine years of age.

Country of origin

India
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FAQs

Trizorb Cream consists of Clotrimazole, Neomycin and Beclometasone. Clotrimazole, an antifungal drug, stops fungi's growth by causing damage and leakage to the fungal cell membrane. Neomycin is an antibiotic and prevents the synthesis of essential proteins required by bacteria to carry out vital functions. Beclometasone, a corticosteroid, works by blocking prostaglandin's production (chemical messengers) that make the affected area red, swollen and itchy.
Trizorb Cream is for external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. If Trizorb Cream gets into your eyes, nose, or mouth, rinse with water. Do not put a bandage or a dressing on the affected area while using Trizorb Cream unless advised by the doctor. Do not apply Trizorb Cream on sunburns, open wounds, lesions and blisters.
You are required to maintain at least a three-hour gap after application of Trizorb Cream if you are using more than one topical medicine.
Please do not stop using Trizorb Cream on your own even if the symptoms are relieved. Your symptoms may improve before the skin infection is completely cured. Continue the usage of Trizorb Cream until your course advised by the doctor is finished.

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