LOCATOP 0.1 %

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Active ingredient:
DESONIDE
Available from:
PERRIGO ISRAEL AGENCIES LTD
ATC code:
D07AB08
Pharmaceutical form:
CREAM
Composition:
DESONIDE 0.1 %
Administration route:
TOPICAL
Prescription type:
Required
Manufactured by:
PIERRE FABRE MEDICAMENT PRODUCTION, FRANCE
Therapeutic group:
DESONIDE
Therapeutic area:
DESONIDE
Therapeutic indications:
Treatment of dermatoses which require treatment with topical corticosteroids e.g. psoriasis, lichenipication, atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis
Authorization number:
130 83 30307 00
Authorization date:
2014-04-30

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aseline, Emulgade 1000 NI, Liquid Paraf

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regulations (prepar

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s prescr

Read the entire leaflet carefully bef

ore commencing treatment: Locatop 0.1% Cream Composition: Activ

e ing

redient:

Desonide 0.1% Inactive ingredients: Pur

ified

ater

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matitis

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ou suff

er from acne or rosacea.

not use this medicine in case of bacter

ial, vir

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ven in case the inf

includes inflammation

.

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u are sensitiv

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redients

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ysician prior to commencing treatment:

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or breastf

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ved use of this medicine in breastf

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ects mentioned abo

are not tr

another w

orsening in skin condition occurs

, stop treatment and ref

to the ph

ysician. In case y

ou notice side eff

ects not mentioned in this leaflet or if there has been an

y change in y

our gener

al health, consult y

our ph

immediately

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g

e

and direction f

or use: Dosage is according to ph

ysician’

s instr

uction only

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xceed the recommended dosage

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yer to the aff

ected area 2-3 times a da

y.Clar

your ph

ysician the dur

ation of treatment.

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longer per

iod. This medicine is usually not designated f

or inf

ants (saf

efficiency ha

not been pro

ven). Av

oid using of sealed dressing on aff

ected area unless instr

the ph

ysician. If no impro

vement is noted, or if y

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orsens within f

, ref

er to the ph

ysician. Attention: Do not s

allo

w!

This medicine is intended f

or e

xter

nal use only

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oid poisoning! This medicine and an

y other medicine m

ust be k

out of the reach of children and/or inf

ants

, in order to a

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u ha

tak

en an o

erdose

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allo

ed the medicine

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immediately and br

ing the pac

kage of the medicine with y

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xplicitly instr

ucted to do so b

doctor! This medicine has been prescr

ibed specifically f

of y

our ailment.

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y cause har

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this medicine to y

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xpir

y date of the medicine! In case of doubt, consult the phar

macist who dispensed the medicine to y

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erent medications in the same pac

kage

Registration n

umber:

130 83 30307 00 Man

ufacturer:

Pierre F

abre Medicaments

rance

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ufacturer’

s a

g

ent:

Mediline Ltd, 22 Ben Gur

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SUMMARY OF PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS

1.

NAME OF THE MEDICINAL PRODUCT

LOCATOP® 0.1

°/o,

cream

2

QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE

COMPOSITION

Desonide

.........................................................................0.100

for 100

of cream

Excipient with specific effect: sorbic acid.

For a full list of excipients, see section 6.1.

3.

PHARMACEUTICAL FORM

Cream

4. CLINICAL PARTICULARS

4.1.

T

herapeutic indication

Treatment of dermatoses which require treatment with topical

corticosteroids

e.g. psoriasis,

lichenipication,

atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis

4.2.

P

OSOLOGY AND METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION

LOCATOP®

Cream should be applied to the affected areas as a thin film limited to two times daily,

each

rubbed in gently.

An excessive increase in the number of applications per day risks aggravating the adverse effects without improving the

therapeutic effects.

Treatment of large areas required monitoring of the number of tubes used.

For rational use, it is advisable to apply the product as small amounts spaced out, then spread with a plastic glove until fully

absorbed.

Gradual withdrawal is advisable in some dermatoses (psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, etc.). This may be done by reducing the

frequency of applications and/or by using a less potent or less concentrated corticoid.

As with other corticosteroids, therapy should be discontinued when control is achieved. If no improvement

seen within 2 weeks, reassessment of diagnosis may be necessary.

LOCATOP®

Cream should not be used with occlusive dressings.

4.3 CONTRAINDICATIONS:

Hypersensitivity to any of the ingredient contained in this medicinal product.

Primary bacterial, viral or fungal infections or parasitical infections even if they include an inflammatory component.

Ulcerated lesions.

Acne.

Rosacea.

4.4 Special warning and precautions for use

Special warnings

Prolonged use of highly active corticoids on the face leads to a risk of corticoid-induced and paradoxically corticoid-sensitive

dermatitis with rebound after each withdrawal. Gradual weaning, although particularly difficult, is then necessary.

Systemic absorption of topical corticosteroids can produce reversible

hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal

(HPA) axis

suppression with the potential for

glucocorticosteroid

insufficiency

after withdrawal of treatment.

S

S

Manifestations

of Cushing's

syndrome and slowing of growth, hyperglycemia,

and glucosuria

can also be produced in some

patients

systemic

absorption

of topical corticosteroids

while

treatment.

These effects disappear when

treatment is withdrawn, but sudden withdrawal may be followed by acute adrenal insufficiency.

Patients applying a topical steroid to a large surface area or to areas under occlusion should be

evaluated

periodically

for evidence of HPA axis

suppression.

This may be done by using the ACTH stimulation, A.M.

plasma cortisol, and urinary free cortisol tests. Patients receiving superpotent corticosteroids should not

treated for more than 2 weeks at a time and only small areas should be treated at any one time due to

increased risk of HPA axis

suppression.

If HPA axis suppression is noted, an attempt should be made to withdraw the drug, to reduce the

frequency

of application, or to substitute a less potent corticosteroid. Recovery of HPA axis function is generally

prompt

and complete upon

discontinuation

topical

corticosteroids.

Infrequently,

signs and

symptoms

of glucocorticosteroid

insufficiency

may occur

requiring supplemental

systemic

corticosteroids.

information

systemic

supplementation,

see prescribing information for those

products.

Pediatric patients

may be more susceptible

to systemic toxicity from equivalent

doses due to their larger

skin surface to body mass ratios. (See PRECAUTIONS FOR USE- Pediatric

use).

Allergic

contact dermatitis with corticosteroids is usually diagnosed by observing failure to heal rather than noting

clinical exacerbation as with most topical products not containing

corticosteroids.

Such an observation

should

be corroborated with appropriate diagnostic patch

testing.

Precautions for use

In the event of bacterial or mycotic infection of a cortico-sensitive dermatosis, administer specific treatment before

using corticoids. It is nevertheless possible, but only in certain cases, to use a combination of corticoid + specific

treatment.

If local intolerance appears, the treatment must be stopped and the cause must be investigated

In the case of application to the eyebrows, the duration of treatment must be limited. Prolonged application leads

to a risk of ptosis (due to an adverse effect on the eyelid levator muscle), glaucoma and a rebound effect.

This medicinal product contains sorbic acid or one of its salts and can cause local skin reactions (for example:

eczema).

Pediatric

Use:

Safety and effectiveness in pediatric patients have not been established.

It is best to avoid potent corticoids (classes I and II) in babies. There is particular need to be on guard against

the spontaneous occlusion which can arise in skin creases and under nappies.

Because of a higher ratio of

skin

surface area to body mass, pediatric patients are at a greater risk

than adults of HPA axis suppression

when

they

treated with

topical

corticosteroids.

They

therefore also at greater risk of

glucocorticosteroid

insufficiency after withdrawal of treatment and of

Cushing's

syndrome while

on treatment.

Adverse

effects

including striae

have been

reported

with

inappropriate

use of topical corticosteroids in infants and

children.

HPA axis suppression, Cushing's

syndrome,

linear growth retardation,

delayed

weight gain and

intracranial

hypertension

have

been

reported in children receiving topical

corticosteroids.

Manifestations of

adrenal suppression

in children

include low plasma

cortisol levels, and absence of response

to ACTH

stimulation.

Manifestations

intracranial hypertension include bulging fontanelles, headaches, and bilateral papilledema.

4.5.

I

NTERACTION WITH OTHER MEDICINAL PRODUCTS AND OTHER FORMS OF INTERACTION

At the recommended doses, desonide for topical use is not likely to cause significant drug interactions from a

medical viewpoint

4.6.

P

REGNANCY AND LACTATION

Pregnancy

There have been no teratogenicity studies with topical corticoids.

Nevertheless, studies concerning oral corticoid medication have not revealed a risk of malformations greater than

that observed in the general population.

Lactation

Breast-feeding is to be avoided in patients receiving treatment with oral corticoids since they are excreted in breast

milk.

When used topically, the transdermal passage of corticoids and thus the slowing of metabolism in the newborn will depend on

the area treated, the degree of epidermal alteration and the duration of treatment.

4.7.

E

FFECTS ON ABILITY TO DRIVE AND USE MACHINES

Not applicable

4.8.

U

NDESIRABLE EFFECTS

Prolonged use may lead to cutaneous atrophy, telangiectasis (particularly to be feared on the face), striations (particularly

on the proximal parts of the limbs, and occurring more readily in adolescents), ecchymotic purpura secondary to atrophy,

and cutaneous fragility.

On the face, corticoids may create peri-oral dermatitis or even create or aggravate rosacea (see sections 4.3 and 4.4).

Delay of healing of atonic wounds, bed-sores and leg ulcers may be observed (see section 4.3 ).

Possibility of systemic effects (see section 4.4).

following

have

been

reported:

burning

dryness/scaliness,

acneiform

pustulous

eruptions,

hypertrichosis, depigmentation, folliculitis, miliaria.

Secondary infections, particularly under occlusive dressings or in skin creases, and allergic contact dermatoses have also

been reported during the use of topical corticoids.

Any suspected adverse events should be reported to the Ministry of Health according to the National

Regulation by using an online form

http://forms.gov.il/globaldata/getsequence/getsequence.aspx?formType=AdversEffectMedic@

moh.health.gov.il ) or by email (adr@MOH.HEALTH.GOV.IL ).

4.9 OVERDOSAGE:

In the event of excessive or prolonged use of local corticosteroids, there is a possible risk of exacerbated adverse

events and systemic effects. In the event of a systemic overdose, signs of hypercorticism may appear and the

treatment should be stopped progressively. The symptoms should be treated appropriately. However, due to the

risk of acute adrenal suppression, this should be done under medical supervision.

5.

PHARMACOLOGICAL PROPERTIES

5.1.

Pharmacodynamic properties

Potent topical glucocorticoid

Active

certain

inflammatory

processes

(e.g.:

contact

hypersensitivity)

pruritus

associated

with

them.

Vasoconstrictor. Inhibits cell multiplication.

5.2.

P

HARMACOKINETIC PROPERTIES

The degree of transdermal passage and of systemic effects depends on the area treated, the degree of

epidermal alteration, and the duration of treatment. These effects are to be feared all the more as the

treatment is more prolonged

5.3.

P

RECLINICAL SAFETY DATA

Not stated.

6.

PHARMACEUTICAL

PARTICULARS

6.1

L

IST OF EXCIPIENTS

white soft paraffin

, cetomacragol emulsifying wax,liquid paraffin, sorbic acid, sodium edetate, propyl

gallate, purified water.

6.2 Incompatibilities

applicable

6.3 Shelf-life

3 years.

6.4 Special precautions for storage

Store below 30°

.Use within 1 month after first opening

6.5 Nature and contents of container:

30 g in tube (PE)

6.6.

S

PECIAL PRECAUTIONS FOR DISPOSAL AND OTHER HANDLING

No special requirements.

7. MARKETING AUTHORISATION

HOLDER & MANUFACTURER

PIERRE FABRE MEDICAMENT PRODUCTION

45, Place Abel Gance, 92100 Boulogne, France.

Registration holder

:

Perrigo Israel Agencies Ltd.,29 Lehi St.,Bnei-Brak

The Ministry of health had determined the format of this leaflet and its content had been examined and approved

on October 20,2015.

אפורל ןולעב )תוחיטב עדימ ( הרמחה לע העדוה ____ ךיראת

רבוטקואב

2015

םושירה רפסמו תילגנאב רישכת םש

130-83-30307

Locatop 0.1%

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________________________________

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Indication

contraindications

- Primary bacterial, viral or fungal infections or

parasitical infections even if they include an

inflammatory component.

Ulcerated lesions.

Acne.

Rosacea.

Posology, dosage

& administration

LOCATOP Cream should be

applied to the affected areas as a

thin film two or three times daily

depending on the severity of the

condition

LOCATOP®

Cream should be applied to the

affected areas as a thin film limited to two or

three times daily,

each rubbed in gently

Special use

An excessive increase in the number of applications

per day risks aggravating the adverse effects

without improving the therapeutic effects

Treatment of large areas required monitoring of the

number of tubes used

For rational use, it is advisable to apply the product

as small amounts spaced out, then spread with a

plastic glove until fully absorbed

Gradual withdrawal is advisable in some

dermatoses (psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, etc.). This

may be done by reducing the frequency of

applications and/or by using a less potent or less

concentrated corticoid

Special Warnings

and Special

Precautions for

Use

Prolonged use of highly active corticoids on the face

leads to a risk of corticoid-induced and paradoxically

corticoid-sensitive dermatitis with rebound after each

withdrawal. Gradual weaning, although particularly

difficult, is then necessary

Precausions for use

In the case of application to the eyebrows, the

duration of treatment must be limited.

Prolonged application leads to a risk of ptosis

(due to an adverse effect on the eyelid levator

muscle), glaucoma and a rebound effect

This medicinal product contains sorbic acid or

one of its salts and can cause local skin

reactions (for example: eczema.

Pediatric use

It is best to avoid potent corticoids (classes I

and II) in babies. There is particular need to be

on guard against the spontaneous occlusion

which can arise in skin creases and under

nappies.

Interaction with

Other

Medicaments and

Other Forms of

Interaction

Fertility,

pregnancy and

Lactation

Pregnency

Corticosteroids

have

been

shown

teratogenic

laboratory

animals

when

administered systemically

relatively

dosage

levels.

Some

corticosteroids

have

been shown

to be teratogenic

after

dermal

application

laboratory

animals.

Animal

reproduction studies

have not

been

conducted

with

LOCATOP®

Cream. It is

also

known

whether

LOCATOP®

Cream can cause

fetal harm when administered

to a pregnant woman or

affect

reproduction

capacity.

LOCATOP®

Cream should

given

pregnant

woman

only if clearly

needed.

Adverse events

skin atrophy, striae

Prolonged use may lead to cutaneous

atrophy, telangiectasis (particularly to be

feared on the face), striations (particularly on

the proximal parts of the limbs, and occurring

more readily in adolescents)

Delay of healing of atonic wounds, bed-sores

and leg ulcers may be observed (see section

4.3 ).

Possibility of systemic effects

Overdose

In the event of a systemic overdose, signs of

hypercorticism may appear and the treatment

should be stopped progressively. The

symptoms should be treated appropriately.

However, due to the risk of acute adrenal

suppression, this should be done under medical

supervision.

ןכרצל ןולעב )תוחיטב עדימ ( הרמחה לע העדוה ____ ךיראת

רבוטקואב

2015

םושירה רפסמו תילגנאב רישכת םש

130-83-30307

Locatop 0.1%

____ םושירה לעב םש

Mediline Ltd

________________________________

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תויריר תומקר לע חרמת לא

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שומישב תוריהז

םייפעפעה לע ךשוממ שומישמ ענמיה

ףוגה יטמק וא םינפה

םוהיז וא יוריג לכ לע ךלש אפורל חווד

תושיגרמ תעבונה הבוגת העיפומ םא הפורתל

לופיטה תא קיספהל שי

תיברוס הצמוח ליכמ הז יאופר רישכת לולע אוהו הלש םיחלמה ןמ דחא וא רועב תוימוקמ תובוגתל םורגל

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