International generic name
Drug form and composition
Ointment. 1 gr ointment contains 0.05 g Undecylenic acid and 0.2 g Zinc undecylenic.
The preparation is indicated in epidermal mycosis (interdigital and inguinal)
Dosage and administration
Affected regions are treated 1-2 times daily. It is advisable the treatment to
continue one month. The treatment should be continued 2-4 weeks after the clinical
manifestations are resolved with 1-2 applications weekly.
The preparation should not be used in hypersensitivity to any of active constituents
of the preparation and on children younger than 2 years.
Special warnings and precautions
Mycodermin should not be applied in the eyes and in opened wounds. It should
be used with care in patients with diabetes.
No clinically significant adverse drug interactions were seen so far.
In local application in some cases the preparation may cause itching, redness,
burning, and rashes.
Mycodermin ointment is an antimycotic preparation with broad spectrum of action
for dermatology use. Undecylenic acid and its zinc salt are active in superficial
mycoses, caused by dermatophytes, yeast, moulds, and some Gram-positive microorganisms.
The fungicid effect of the preparation is due to the pathogen fungi lipid exchange
Tube, containing 18 g ointment.