Drugs that cause skin reactions.. Neomycin. Framstein. Virginiamycin. Acetracycline. Monoclin. Chloram Fincol. Hydroxyininolone. Chlorazetamide

The most common drugs that cause inflammatory reactions are:
Antibiotics: Oral or topical antibiotics may cause allergies.
The most common topical antibiotics that cause allergic contact dermatitis are Neomycin Framastin, Virginiamycin, and Bacetrasin.
Chlorine or bromine salicylic acid, organic mercury compounds, benzyl alcohol, sulfonamides.
Thiouram sulfate. Iodine, which may be present in some shampoos, may cause a drug reaction.
Systemic antibiotics such as monocycline, chloramphenicol, penicillin, and tetracycline may cause different clinical strains of the drug reaction.
Ampicillin and its derivatives may show a rheumatoid rash with a beginning on the limbs may become generalized and occurs in patients treated with ampicillin and usually occurs one week after the start of treatment. The subsequent exposure to ampicillin and other penicillin derivatives may cause skin rash.
Ampicillin may cause anaphylactic reaction.
Amoxicillin: Leads to skin eruptions that include urticaria, measles, and papules. Persistent drug rush, and serum disease.
Hydroxycinolone (Sterosan) and Chinoform (Vioform) as well as hydroxenzoic acid esters, parabans, nipagins, chlorosic and linoleic acid, and the least common allergens are the compounds of quaternary salts in ear drops and antiperspirants.

Antifungal agents, viruses, histamine.. Dechlorofen. TULNAVATES. The Nistans. Acyclovir. Amantine. Iodoxoridine. Phenythiazine

Antifungal agents:
Most organic compounds used as antifungal agents are sensitized, such as hydroxycinolone, hydroxyl benzoic acid, jadeite (aero sensor), thiram sulfate, organic mercury compounds, dichlorofen, and other halogenated phenols.

Antiviral agents:
Acyclovir amantine and iodoxoridine. They may all be sensitizers.

Technothiazines are powerful sensitizers, all of which may cause allergies when used topically as well.

Pharmaceutical immunological reactions.. Urticaria. Serum disease. Eczema. Persistent drug rush. Reactive interaction. Human necrosis. Perveria. Pelvic tumor. Hyperpigmentation. Increase body hair

May appear as a result of immunosuppressive pharmacokinetics:
This form of drug reaction is more common. The drug may cause several skin reactions similar to most different skin diseases. This reaction may occur with different skin manifestations, including:
Urticaria: Some medications cause urticaria such as aspirin, penicillin.
Eczema: topical agents such as topical drugs, topical antihistamines, topical antibiotics such as penicillin niocycin, halogenated salicylanide.
Oral sensitizers: sulfonamide nalcic acid, chlorpromazine. Epoxy crystals in tooth fillers may lead to an allergic reaction to the mucous membrane of the mouth.
Serum disease: may be caused by penicillin and its derivatives.
Topical eczema: topical sensitizers, heavy metals and antibiotics.
Persistent drug rush: sulfonamides, phenylpeterol and phthalate.
Reactive reactions: Antibiotics, phenylbutazone, thiazide, barbiturite.
Erythrocytes: sulfonamides and others.
Human necrosis: barbituates, phenylbutazone and sulfonamides.
Pheromycin: Penicillin and cell membranes.
Granuloma: "Zirconium" Antiperspirants and cosmetics used topically, especially for the axillary folds, bromine and iodine.
Lupus-like leprosy: hydroalazine.
Hyperpigmentation: ACTH Clorbromazine, Boseulfan Topical metals in silver nitrate in topical medications as in topical drugs used to treat burns such as flamazine.
Increase body hair: Androgen. Corticosteroid and testosterone.
Alkaline (alopecia): Samat cells (drugs poisoned to cells) Heparin. And corticosteroids.
Vascular reaction called: Caused by drugs of malaria coumarin and phenothiazine.

The sensitivity of corticosteroids.. Unwanted unwanted side effects

The sensitivity of these compounds is more than previously known. Dermatologists and practitioners are often surprised at the side effects of steroids because of misuse or misuse of steroids.
Some patients who suffer from the problem of the skin and yet continue to use the amount of double and for a long time, causing unwanted side effects delayed.

Sensitivity of topical drugs.. Paraminophenic acid derivatives. Benzocaine. Amethocaine. Procaine. Dipocaine. Carbocaine. Lignocaine. Zilocaine

Topical drugs:
Paraminophenic acid derivatives such as benzocaine, amethocaine, broccaine and dipocaine are powerful sensitizers.
Mibe fakine (carbocaine) and lidocaine (lignocaine and zilocaine) appear to be rare sensitizers.

Sensitivity of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.. Berbonic acid. Kitovin. Ibuprofen. Iberoxam. Tyabrofenic acid. Benzidamine

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs:
Barbitonic acid derivatives such as ketophen, ibuprofen, ibroxam and tyabrofenic acid, cause viscous contact dermatitis with cross-activity.
Topical benzidamine is also a contact cytotoxic.

Sensitivity of vitamins and quaternary ammonium compounds.. Dixapanthenol. Dicloenium. Cittered

Vitamins K, E, A and dexapanthenol have the potential to have an allergic effect in topical compounds in people who have prepared.

The quaternary ammonium compounds are used as disinfectants and may cause allergic reactions.
Diclofenium and Cetrimide Necrotic lesions occur in the same person especially when concentrated and under cover.
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