Caladryl

Active Ingredient(s): Calamine + Pramoxine
Category: Skin Care



Caladryl Overview

Pramocaine (INN and BAN, also known as pramoxine or pramoxine HCI) is a topical anesthetic discovered at Abbott Laboratories in 1953[1] and used as an antipruritic. During research and development, pramocaine hydrochloride stood out among a series of alkoxy aryl alkamine ethers as an especially good topical local anesthetic agent.[1] Pharmacologic study revealed it to be potent and of low acute and subacute toxicity, well tolerated by most mucous membranes and ...

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Calamine + Pramoxine
  • Lotion: 8% + 1%
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for Caladryl: (2 results)

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  • 0187-5465 Caladryl Topical Lotion by Valeant Pharmaceuticals North America LLC
  • 58232-0730 Caladryl Topical Lotion by Johnson & Johnson Consumer Products Company, Division of Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc.

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