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urea

Ear drops 5% w/w

Dossier type
EU CTD
Country of origin
European Union
Dossier status
Ready
GMP approvals
EU GMP

Manufacturer #17479

The firm has spent the last 55 years studying and developing new dermatological therapies. In the 1960s, a doctor founded the organization. It's one of the few completely autonomous pharmaceutical enterprises in Europe. The company's specialty is in the development of extremely effective yet aesthetically pleasing skin treatments. They're commonly given for several skin ailments including eczema (dermatitis), psoriasis, and ichthyosis, as well as other conditions that can be treated with medication.

Manufacturer usually replies in 18 days

urea

Cream 50 mg / g

Dossier type
EU CTD
Country of origin
European Union
Dossier status
Ready
GMP approvals
EU GMP

Manufacturer #17742

It was established in the 1990s. They are a pharmaceutical manufacturing company, which develops, manufactures, and sells finished dosage forms for topical use – solutions, gels, creams, and ointments. These are quality products effective for the treatment of different kinds of skin lesions, mucous membranes, and upper respiratory tract diseases, as well as muscle pain and pain caused by trauma.

Manufacturer usually replies in 6 days

urea

Cream 40 %

Dossier type
US CTD
Country of origin
United States
Dossier status
Ready
GMP approvals
FDA

Manufacturer #19563

Manufacturer usually replies in 22 days

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Urea Manufacturer

Drug Name: Urea Chemical formulation: CH4N2O Active ingredients: Urea, Ammonia, and carbon dioxide Common/generic brand name: Urea or Carbamide Approved by FDA or not: FDA approved Commonly marketed in North America, China, India, Japan, Australia, Indonesia, France, Germany, Russia, United Kingdom, South Korea, Brazil, Mexico, and the Middle East. Density: It appears to be as solid odorless white crystals or pellets. Density 1.335 g /cc.

What is the Urea?

Urea is an organic chemical that is largely employed in dermatological goods in the pharmaceutical industry. Dry skin, itching, skin infections, skin necrosis, and other skin conditions can all be treated with this chemical. It's most commonly sold as a 5-50 percent topical cream, although it's also available in gel, emulsion, lotion, foam, and solution form. Since the 1940s, urea creams have been available over the counter. Manufacturers currently create independent urea formulations as well as employ them as a component in combination medications. The World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines for a Health System includes urea-containing crèmes as one of the drugs.

Urea is available in multiple forms:

Urea is available both in oral as well as injectable forms.

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How to use Urea?

Some products must be well shaken before use. Check the label to check if the bottle has to be shaken. Apply 1 to 3 times a day to the affected regions of the skin/nails, or as prescribed by your doctor. Rub in thoroughly until completely absorbed. Unless you're treating your hands, wash your hands after application. The frequency with which you apply the medication is determined by the product and your skin condition. Only use on the skin and nails. Unless your doctor tells you otherwise, avoid sensitive regions like your eyes, lips, inside your mouth/nose, and the vaginal/groin area. Any regions or types of skin where the product should not be applied (e.g., the face, broken/chapped/cut/irritated/scraped skin, or recently shaven skin) should be discussed with your doctor or checked on the label.

Urea Side effects -

Common side effects:

You may experience burning, itching, stinging, redness, or irritation. Bear in mind that the doctor prescribed this medication since the benefits to outweigh the risks of side effects.

Uncommon side effects:

If any of the following unlikely but dangerous adverse effects occur: unexpected changes in the skin (e.g., blistering, peeling), or symptoms of skin infection, contact your doctor straight once. Fluid and electrolyte imbalances are indicated by a fast heartbeat, increased thirst, seizures, feeling very tired or weak, not hungry, inability to pass urine, or a change in the amount of urine produced, dry lips, dry eyes, or a very nasty upset stomach or vomiting up.

Not Known and Rare Effects:

This medicine seldom causes a severe allergic reaction. However, if anyone detects any symptoms of a major allergic response, such as a rash, itching/swelling, extreme dizziness, or problems breathing, seek medical help right once.

Special Warning or precaution for use

If you are allergic to this drug or have any other allergies, notify your doctor or pharmacist before taking it. Tell your doctor or pharmacist about any skin injuries, infections, or sores you've had before taking this drug. Some products can make you more sun-sensitive. Check for any warnings on the label, or ask your doctor or pharmacist whether you need to take any additional care when in the sun. Your doctor or pharmacist may advise you to minimize your time in the sun, avoid tanning booths and sunlamps, and use sunscreen and protective clothing while you are outside. If you get sunburned or see blisters or redness on your skin, call your doctor right once. Some products have the potential to stain or discolor garments.

Effect of Urea on Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

This drug should only be taken during pregnancy if necessary. Breastfeeding depends on the doctor consultation.

FAQ About Urea

1.Does urea stop itching?

With urea, scaling of skin and reduction can be reduced. Both eczema and ichthyosis can be reduced by the consumption of urea.

2.Can too much urea cream be used?

Urea may cause mild irritation issues - stinging, itching, or burning.

3.What does urea do to the skin?

Urea helps in exfoliating the skin and locks the moisture in the skin.

4.What is 10% urea used for?

It is used to moisturize the skin and protect it from dry and scaling issues.