SCABISIN LOTION


SCABISIN LOTION

SCABISIN contains Gamma benzene hexachloride also known as lindane. It is the gamma isomer hexachlorocyclohexane and acts as an antiscabies agent

Product Description

PACKING:
192x100ml

COMPOSITION:
Gamma Benzene Hexachloride
I.P.
1% w/v
Emulsion base
q.s.
DESCRIPTION:
SCABISIN contains Gamma benzene hexachloride also known as lindane. It is the gamma isomer hexachlorocyclohexane and acts as an anti scabies agent.
MECHANISM OF ACTION:
SCABISIN is an organochloride insecticide that exerts its parasiticidal effect by being directly absorbed into the parasite (primarily lice or scabies) and their ova. Blockage of the GABA-gated chloride channel reduces neuronal inhibition, which leads to hyperexcitation of the central nervous system, resulting in convulsions and death.
INDICATIONS:
For the treatment of infestations with scabies (itch), head lice (pediculosis capitis), crab lice (Phthirus pubis).
CONTRAINDICATIONS:
Very young infants, patients with extensively excoriated skin, patients hypersensitive to gamma benzene hexachloride.
SIDE EFFECTS:
Burning sensations, itching, dryness and rash.
WARNING:
Total body application can be dangerous. It should be used with caution, especially in children.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
SCABIES (ITCH): Apply SCABISIN over the affected area of the body. Leave the application for 12 hours (or overnight) and take a bath. Repeat the treatment 3-4 times at an interval of 24 hours. SCABISIN should not enter the mouth or eyes.
PEDICULOSIS:
Apply SCABISIN well into the hair. Leave the application for at least 24 hours. Wash the medication with shampoo and water. Generally, a single application serves the purpose but in some cases treatment has to be repeated one more time.
PRECAUTIONS:
Do not apply to broken skin and excessively raw areas. Avoid contact with eyes.
STORAGE:
Store in a cool, dry and dark place.
PRESENTATION:
100ml bottle
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY
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