Ectoparasiticides, Incl. Scabicides, Insecticides and Repellents
- Ectoparasiticides, Incl. Scabicides, Insecticides and Repellents
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Drug Drug Description Lindane An ectoparasiticide and ovicide used in the treatment of Pediculosis humanis capitis (head lice) and Phthirus pubis (crab lice). Benzyl benzoate A topical treatment for scabies and lice. Malathion A parasympathomimetic organophosphate used to treat head lice. Disulfiram A carbamate derivative used to treat alcohol addiction. Permethrin An insecticide used to prevent infestation with Sarcoptes scabiei (scabies). Benzyl alcohol An antiparasitic agent used for the topical treatment of head lice infestation in patients 6 months of age and older. Diethyltoluamide An insect repellant, also known as DEET. Dimethyl carbate Dimethyl carbate is used as an insect repellant. Thiram Thiram may be used in dermatology as a scabicide . Thiram is mainly used as a fungicide for plants and treatment for seeds, however, this use is being investigated for... Quassia Not Annotated Dibutylsuccinate Not Annotated Dimethylphthalate Not Annotated Mesulfen Not Annotated Clofenotane Not Annotated Deltamethrin Not Annotated Dixanthogen Not Annotated Dibutylphthalate Not Annotated Phenothrin A pyrethroid indicated in the treatment of head lice. Cypermethrin A medication used to treat parasitic skin diseases. Bioallethrin Bioallethrin was used for lice and scabies infestation. Other pyrethroids are now used in place of bioallethrin. Tetramethrin Not Annotated Etohexadiol Not Annotated Cyfluthrin Not Annotated Dimethicone An ingredient used to treat dry and irritated eyes. Abametapir A pediculicide metalloproteinase used topically in the treatment of head lice infection.
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