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Estrobene Brand Names Mixture

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Estrobene Chemical_Formula


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Estrobene fda sheet

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Estrobene msds (material safety sheet)

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Estrobene Synthesis Reference

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Estrobene Molecular Weight

326.6 g/mol

Estrobene Melting Point

65 - 72 oC

Estrobene H2O Solubility

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Estrobene Dosage Forms

Topical cream (10%)

Estrobene Indication

For the topical treatment of recurrent oral-facial herpes simplex episodes (cold sores or fever blisters).

Estrobene Pharmacology

Docosanol is a saturated 22-carbon aliphatic alcohol which exhibits antiviral activity against many lipid enveloped viruses including herpes simplex virus (HSV). Docosanol speeds the healing of cold sores and fever blisters on the face or lips. It also relieves the accompanying symptoms, including tingling, pain, burning, and itching. Docosanol cannot, however, prevent cold sores or fever blisters from appearing.

Estrobene Absorption

Topical absorption has been shown to be minimal under conditions reflecting normal clinical use.

Estrobene side effects and Toxicity

Symptoms of overdose include headache, abdominal pain, increased serum lipase, nausea, dyspepsia, dizziness, and hyperbilirubinemia.

Estrobene Patient Information

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Estrobene Organisms Affected

Herpes simplex virus