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Keratolytics are topical medications which __________.
Which of the following isn’t one of the common keratolytics we use in dermatology?
Your supervising physician leaves the room after prescribing the patient Salicylic Acid 6% shampoo for his Seborrheic Dermatitis. The patient expresses concern, stating “it’s not gonna work because that’s already in my over-the-counter shampoo and it didn’t work”.
Which of the following would be important to point out to the patient in an effort to reassure him that the prescription is worth trying?
Please match each product with its main active ingredient.
Ammonium Lactate (Lactic Acid)
Keratolytics are a commonly used ingredient in a variety of cosmetic products.
Applying salicylic acid cream to too much surface area can be harmful (especially in children).
Which of the following would a patient who is allergic to aspirin want to avoid?