WHAT IS MUPIROCIN OINTMENT USP 2 %
T Bact Mupirocin 2% ointment made by famous Wallace Rivela, a famous alternative to Bactroban ointment. T Bact 15g Ointment contains Mupirocin 2% which is used in skin care and treatment of bacterial infections, prescribed mostly for impetigo. T Bact Mupirocin 2% cream works by stopping the production of essential proteins needed for bacterial surveillance. It is not effective against fungal or viral infections. Mupirocin 2% ointment works to harm the bacteria and fight the impetigo infection.
Mupirocin ointment USP 2% same as Bactroban cream containing mupirocin 2%, an anti-inflammatory used as a topical treatment for a variety of primary bacterial skin infections and secondary infections that occur in damaged skin and in skin lesions. Always consult your dermatologist prior using T Bact ointment. Mupirocin ointment price is always the best in okdermo.com skin care store.
WHY TO USE MUPIROCIN OINTMENT USP 2 %
T Bact Mupirocin 2% Ointment is a topical treatment for a variety of primary bacterial skin infections, including, impetigo, a superficial skin infection most common in young children; folliculitis, infection of the hair root ; furunculosis, also known as boils; ecthyma, a deep, ulcerating infection of the skin caused by streptococcus bacteria.
T Bact Mupirocin 2% Ointment is also used to treat secondary infections that occur in damaged skin, for example due to eczema, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, herpes (cold sores), genetic skin disorders that cause dry, fragile skin, and also for treatment of infected traumatic lesions such as wounds, ulcers, minor burns, cuts, grazes and insect bites, as well as to prevent the development of infection and help wound healing.
HOW TO USE MUPIROCIN OINTMENT USP 2 PERCENT
Apply T Bact Mupirocin ointment USP 2 percent to the affected area three times each day for as long as recommended by your dermatologist, usually for up to 10 days. Squeeze a small amount onto your fingertip and rub in gently; always wash your hands before and after applying the ointment. Your dermatologist may recommend applying a gauze to the infected area over the ointment.