Differences In Anti-fungal Drugs?
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Ketoconazole is an anti-fungal drug that is a derivative of imidazole. This drug works by inhibiting the action of the cytochrome p450 enzyme which is found on the fungal cell membrane. As a result, the formation of fungal cell membranes is inhibited and the fungus dies. Ketoconazole is effective in treating infections caused by several types of fungi, such as:
Candida sp., And so on
Mycoral is a trademark of ketoconazole. Therefore, the content of these two drugs is of course the same, and the dosage is the same. Regarding price, this can vary depending on the policies of each drug manufacturer.
Ketoconazole is not an over the counter drug class. Therefore, the use of this drug is only safe when done under a doctor's prescription and supervision. Therefore, regarding a detailed explanation of your question, try to consult directly with a doctor at the nearest health facility.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah