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S E Cross et al.
British journal of clinical pharmacology, 46(1), 29-35 (1998-08-05)
The penetration of active ingredients from topically applied anti-inflammatory pharmaceutical products into tissues below the skin is the basis of their therapeutic efficacy. There is still controversy as to whether these agents are capable of direct penetration by diffusion through
Contact dermatitis from anti-inflammatory gel containing hydroxyethyl salicylate.
J Horak et al.
Contact dermatitis, 47(2), 120-121 (2002-11-29)
M Rutner et al.
Fortschritte der Medizin, 113(8), 111-113 (1995-03-20)
Two clinical studies were carried out to investigate the efficacy and safety as well as the local and systemic availability of a hydroxyethylsalicyclate gel. A double blind, multicenter trial, involving 113 patients with nonarticular rheumatic back pain, revealed statistically significant
Miroslav Kucera et al.
Arzneimittel-Forschung, 53(12), 850-856 (2004-01-22)
A combination of the active agents arnica and hydroxyethyl salicylate (HES) in ethanolic solution (Sportino Acute Spray) is cutaneously applied for the treatment of sports injuries and diseases of the locomotor apparatus. The aim was to examine the efficacy and
Jochen Pauwels et al.
Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis, 60, 51-58 (2011-11-19)
Capsaicinoids, salicylic acid, methyl and ethyl salicylate, glycol monosalicylate, camphor and l-menthol are widely used in topical formulations to relieve local pain. For each separate compound or simple mixtures, quantitative analysis methods are reported. However, for a mixture containing all
A Zesch et al.
Dermatosen in Beruf und Umwelt. Occupation and environment, 29(6), 161-167 (1981-01-01)
Three radioactively marked substances (on the basis of a carbopol gel, 80% water - isopropanol) were analyzed comparatively in regard to the penetration of ethyleneglycolmonosalicylate and benzylnicotinate to intact and impaired human skin. The objective of the in-vitro study was
Allergic contact dermatitis from a veterinary antiinflammatory gel containing 2-hydroxyethyl salicylate.
Susana Córdoba et al.
Dermatitis : contact, atopic, occupational, drug, 22(3), 171-172 (2011-05-17)
Contact dermatitis from hydroxyethyl salicylate.
C Reichert et al.
Contact dermatitis, 33(4), 275-276 (1995-10-01)
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