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Treatment of distal subungual onychomycosis with a topical preparation of urea, propylene glycol and

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by NewsBot, Feb 28, 2013.

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    Treatment of distal subungual onychomycosis with a topical preparation of urea, propylene glycol and lactic acid: results of a 24-week, double-blind, placebo-controlled study.
    Emtestam L, Kaaman T, Rensfeldt K.
    Mycoses. 2012 Nov;55(6):532-40.
     
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  3. drsha

    drsha Banned

    I wonder if I can see this very interesting study in its entirety?

    I would like to know the testing that was done to determine the presence of fungus in the distal subungual area?

    Also, how many patients were evaluated in order to select the 400+ candidates? or in other words, what % of patients with clinical distal subungual dystrophy were sterile?

    Dennis
     
  4. blinda

    blinda MVP

    Check your inbox, Dennis.

    Good questions, you know where this is going to lead, don`t you? ;)

    Bel

    TBC
     
  5. Jaimee Brent

    Jaimee Brent Active Member

    Hi,
    Is this the treatment base for canesten's new fungal nail treatment kit?
    And has anyone actually seen any physical effectiveness with this?
    I thought it was interesting because if combined with this study I'm not sure why they are only advising trwatment for 7 weeks.

    If it's proving effective it would be good to know as this treatment system is cheaper than loceryl and monetary value is a really big inhibition to treatment for a lot of my patients...

    Any chance I could get that study sent through to me as well???

    Thanks

    Jaimee
     
  6. Paul Bowles

    Paul Bowles Well-Known Member

    No........
     
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