|Product name||itraconazole||The alias||itraconazole|
|Use||Antifungal drugs||Specifications||Pharmaceutical grade|
|Content||99.00%||Shelf life||2 years|
Itraconazole is a synthetic, broad-spectrum antifungal agent derived from triazole, Ringworm fungi to the skin (hair ringworm fungi genera, microspore bacteria genera and flocculent skin tinea bacteria), yeast [new cryptococcus, chaff spore bacteria genera, candida (including candida albicans, candida smooth soft candida and g)], aspergillus species, cytoplasm bacteria genera, Brazilian vice ball spore bacteria, shenk spore silk, coloring fungi genera, branch spore mildew, and other kinds of blastomyces dermatitidis in yeast Parental and fungal infections are effective. In vitro studies have confirmed that this product can inhibit the synthesis of ergosterol, one of the main components of fungal cell membrane, thus exerting antifungal effects.
10, Matters needing attention:
Low gastric acid: low gastric acid will affect the absorption of the product. Patients treated with acid-neutralizing agents, such as aluminum hydroxide, should wait at least 2 hours before taking Spirenol. Patients with gastric acid deficiency, such as certain AIDS patients and patients taking acid secretion inhibitors (such as H2 receptor antagonists, proton pump inhibitors), should take Spirinol with cola drinks.