Furacin

 
    A
    B
    C
    D
    E
    F
    G
    H
    I
    K
    L
    M
    N
    O
    P
    R
    S
    T
    U
    V
    Y
    Z

Antibacterial

Furacin is an antibacterial cream or solution that acts by destroying bacteria and preventing their growth at the site of skin burns that have developed bacterial infections.

Furacin is prescribed in skin grafting when bacterial contamination may cause graft rejection or donor site infection, especially in hospitals with a history of resistant bacteria.

Furacin is prescribed as a prophylactic agent, in order to prevent such infections from occurring.

Furacin is prescribed as an adjunctive therapy for second and third degree burns when resistance to other agents is a real or potential problem.

Without a Prescription

Furacin is prescribed for the treatement of:
- Infected dermatoses and infections of cuts wounds burns and ulcers due to susceptible organisms;
- Bacterial skin infections including pyodermas;

Dosage

Ask your pharmacist to tell you the correct dose of Furacin that suits you best.

Side Effects

Side effects may include:
- Redness;
- Rashes;
- Itching in the affected area;
- Allergic reactions;

Brand Names

Other synonyms:
- Actin-N;
- Aldomycin;
- Alfucin;
- Amifur;
- Babrocid;
- Becafurazone;
- BioFuracina;
- Biofurea;
- Chemofuran;
- Chixin;
- Cocafurin;
- Coxistat;
- Dermofural;
- Dymazone;
- Dynazone;
- Eldezol F-6;
- Eldezol;
- Fedacin;
- Flavazone;
- Fracine;
- Furacilin;
- Furacillin;
- Furacin Soluble Dressing;
- Furacin Topical Cream;
- Furacin Topical Solution;
- Furacin-E;
- Furacin-HC;
- Furacoccid;
- Furacort;
- Furacycline;
- Furaderm;
- Furagent;
- Furalcyn;
- Furaldon;
- Furalone;
- Furametral;
- Furan-Ofteno;
- Furaplast;
- Furaseptyl;
- Furaskin;
- Furatsilin;
- Furaziline;
- Furazin;
- NF;
- NFZ;
- Nitrofurazan;
- Nitrofurazone;
Without Prescription (2017)