International generic name
Drug form and composition
Ointment. 1 g ointment contains: 30 mg Chlorquinaldol, 10 mg Hydrocortisone.
Acute and subacute eczema; dermatitis; dermatomycosis; pyodermatitis; intertrigo;
infected wounds and ulcers in subacute stage; pemphigus vulgaris in newborns.
Dosage and administration
A small amount of the ointment has to be applied in a thin layer 1-3 times daily,
usually covered with a cloth dressing.
The ointment should not be applied in case of hypersensitivity to any of its
Special warnings and precautions
The preparation should not be applied to the eyes, as it may cause conjunctivitis.
No data for detrimental effect on the fetus as well as for excretion in the milk
of Chlorquinaldol H in local application. Nevertheless it is not recommendable to
use the preparation on pregnant and nursing women in large area or for prolonged
No clinically significant drug interactions were seen.
In rare cases the preparation may cause allergy reactions, manifesting with redness,
itching, and rash.
Chlorquinaldol belongs to the group of the oxyquinolines. The 8-oxyquinoline
derivatives possess an antibacterial, antiprotozoal, and antimycotic activity. Chlorquinaldol
acts bacteriostatic on streptococci, staphylococci, and several Gram-positive and
Gram-negative microorganisms. Influence trichophytons, candida, epidermophitones,
Trichomonas vaginalis, etc. Chlorquinaldol H possesses anti-inflammatory, antiallergic,
anti-exudative action, because of hydrocortisone presence.
Tube with 20 g ointment.