Antimicrobial effectiveness of Locacorten-Vioform cream in Secondary infections of common dermatoses.

@article{Konopka1975AntimicrobialEO,
  title={Antimicrobial effectiveness of Locacorten-Vioform cream in Secondary infections of common dermatoses.},
  author={Edward A. Konopka and Earl F. Kimble and H C Zogans and H. M. Heyman},
  journal={Dermatologica},
  year={1975},
  volume={151 1},
  pages={
          1-8
        }
}
In a double-blind study involving 430 patients, Locacorten (0.02%)-Vioform (3%) cream was found to be highly effective in the treatment of dermatological conditions complicated by secondary bacterial involvement. Themicrobiological conversion and clinical improvement in patients treated with Locacorten-Vioform combinations were markedly greater than those achieved in the groups medicated with (1) Vioform 3%, (2) Locacorten 0.02%, and (3) placebo cream. Staphylococcus aureus was the most… 
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