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Quiniodochlor - Drug Information

Generic Name : Quiniodochlor

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Latest prescription information about Quiniodochlor. Learn how to pronounce the drug's name, its indications, dosage, how to take, when to take, when not to take, side effects, special precautions, its storage instructions and warnings if any when taken during pregnancy. Also listed are the International and Indian trade name(s) of the drug and its price list.
ICD Code : Y40 | Therapeutic Classification : Antibacterials And Antibiotics
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Trade Name(s): 


India : 

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International : 

Entero Quinol

Why it is prescribed (Indications) : 


This medication is a antibacterial agent, prescribed for dermatophytosis, mycosis barbae, seborrhoeic dermatitis, infected eczema, furunculosis and pityriasis versicolor (athlete’s foot). 

When it is not to be taken (Contraindications): 


Hypersensitivity.

Dosage & When it is to be taken : 


Topical- Apply a thin film to the affected area 2 to 3 times per day.

How it should be taken : 


It comes as a cream to apply topically, as directed by your physician.

Warnings and Precautions : 

Caution should be exercised in patients with overactive thyroid, iodine allergy, during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Side Effects : 

Nausea, transient loose and green stools, itching and goiter.

Other Precautions : 

Avoid excess dosage.

Storage Conditions : 

Store it at room temperature.

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