Topical Lyogel Containing Corticosteroid Decreases IgE Expression and Enhances the Therapeutic Efficacy Against Atopic Eczema

@article{Ng2014TopicalLC,
  title={Topical Lyogel Containing Corticosteroid Decreases IgE Expression and Enhances the Therapeutic Efficacy Against Atopic Eczema},
  author={Shiow-Fern Ng and N. A. Anuwi and Tengku-Noraisyah Tengku-Ahmad},
  journal={AAPS PharmSciTech},
  year={2014},
  volume={16},
  pages={656-663}
}
Hydrocortisone cream intended for atopic eczema often produces unwanted side effects after long-term use. These side effects are essentially due to repeated percutaneous administration of the medication for skin dermatitis, as atopic eczema is a relapsing disorder. Hence, there is a need to develop a new hydrocortisone formulation that will deliver the drug more effectively and require a reduced dosing frequency; therefore, the side effects could be minimized. In this study, a hydroxypropyl… CONTINUE READING

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