Stomoxin cream

Stomoxin

  • Active Ingredient: Permethrin
  • 30gm
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What is Stomoxin?

The active ingredient of Stomoxin brand is permethrin. Chemical Name – The Permethrin used is an approximate 1:3 mixture of the cis and trans isomers of the pyrethroid 3-(2,2-dichloroethenyl)-2,2-dimethylcyclopropanecarboxylic acid, (3-phenoxyphenyl) methyl ester. Permethrin has a molecular formula of C21H20Cl2O3 and a molecular weight of 391.29. It is a yellow to light orange-brown, low melting solid or viscous liquid. Active Ingredient – Each gram contains Permethrin 50 mg (5%). Inactive Ingredients – Butylated hydroxytoluene, carbomer homopolymer type B, fractionated coconut oil, glycerin, glyceryl monostearate, isopropyl myristate, lanolin alcohols, mineral oil, polyoxyethylene cetyl ethers, purified water, and sodium hydroxide. Formaldehyde 1 mg (0.1%) is added as a preservative.

Used for

Stomoxin is used to treat diseases such as: Head Lice, Lice, Scabies.

Side Effect

Possible side effects of Stomoxin include: Burning, itching, numbness, rash, redness, stinging, swelling, or tingling of the scalp; ; ; ; .

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What If You Get Stomoxin On Your Skin?

Stomoxin has low mammalian toxicity, is poorly absorbed through the skin, and is rapidly inactivated by the body.

Skin reactions have been uncommon. In fact, Stomoxin is virtually non-toxic to humans and no systemic effects have been reported. In EPA and FDA tests, it was uncommon to have any skin reddening, rash, or other irritation.

Although Stomoxin is approved for skin application under certain circumstances (such as head lice), it is NOT applied to skin when used as an insect repellent.

The reason: Stomoxin does not bond to skin. In fact, it is quickly deactivated by skin and turned into inactive compounds.

Because of this, Stomoxin spray offers no repellent benefit on your skin. It is only effective when used as a clothing treatment.

Humans

  • The U.S. EPA has determined a reference dose (RfD) and a Population Adjusted Dose (PAD) of 0.25 mg/kg/day for both acute and chronic dietary exposures to Stomoxin. These levels are based on a NOAEL of 25 mg/kg/day in rats and an Uncertainty Factor (UF) of 100. 2 See the text box on Reference Dose (RfD).
  • No human data were found on chronic effects of Stomoxin. See the text box on Exposure.

Exposure: Effects of Stomoxin on human health and the environment depend on how much Stomoxin is present and the length and frequency of exposure. Effects also depend on the health of a person and/or certain environmental factors.

Contraindications

  • Hypersensitivity
  • Children less than 2 months of age over-the-counter (OTC)

Effects of Drug Abuse

No information provided.

  • May exacerbate itching, swelling, and redness temporarily.
  • See "What Are Side Effects Associated with Using Stomoxin?"

  • See "What Are Side Effects Associated with Using Stomoxin?"

  • May exacerbate itching, swelling, and redness temporarily
  • For external use only
  • Avoid contact with eyes
  • May cause difficulty breathing or asthmatic attack in patients with ragweed allergies

  • Stomoxin may be acceptable for use during pregnancy
  • Either animal studies show no risk but human studies are not available or animal studies showed minor risks and human studies were done and showed no risk
  • It is not known if Stomoxin is distributed in breast milk; a physician may temporarily withhold the drug while the mother is nursing

42 How do I treat scabies?

Stomoxin 5% cream applied from the neck to the soles of the feet and washed off 8–14 hours later is the treatment of choice for pediatric patients 2 months of age and older. Sulfur ointments have been used successfully in adults and children, including those younger than 2 months of age, but may cause skin irritation and have an unpleasant odor. Lindane 1% lotion is equally as effective, but lindane has higher rates of neurotoxicity and therefore should not be used in pediatric patients. Crotamiton lotion is FDA approved for use in adults but is not yet approved for children.

Can you soak clothing using pre-mixed 0.5% Sawyer Stomoxin?

Absolutely. It can be far more convenient to soak your clothes using Sawyer Stomoxin since it’s pre-mixed to the correct 0.5% concentration without having to dilute concentrated Stomoxin, safely dispose of contaminated containers, or left-over Stomoxin solution. It’s just more expensive.

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Humans

  • A study was conducted involving 196 women who had applied a single, full-body, dermal dose of 4% Stomoxin as a scabies treatment during their second or third trimesters of pregnancy. Researchers found no evidence that exposure to Stomoxin affected the outcome of the participants' pregnancies. 22
  • A study involving 113 women using a 1% Stomoxin head lice treatment during pregnancy found no indication that exposure to Stomoxin affected the outcome of their pregnancies. 23

What are some signs and symptoms from a brief exposure to Stomoxin?

Health effects from Stomoxin will depend on how someone is exposed to it. Dogs and cats that have Stomoxin on their skin may act strangely, and flick their paws, twitch their skin or ears, or roll on the ground. Animals that have licked treated skin may drool a lot or smack their lips. Cats that have been exposed by accident to products with high (45-65%) levels of Stomoxin may seem anxious and can't walk normally. They may also have muscle tremors and seizures and they may die from the exposure.

When people get Stomoxin on their skin, they may have irritation or tingling, burning and itching at that spot. If Stomoxin gets in the eyes it can cause redness, pain or burning. If people eat Stomoxin it could cause sore throat, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting. People that have breathed in Stomoxin have had irritation in the nose and lungs, difficulty breathing, headaches, dizziness, nausea and vomiting.

OVERDOSE

No instance of accidental ingestion of ELIMITE™ (Stomoxin) 5% Cream has been reported. If ingested, gastric lavage and general supportive measures should be employed. Excessive topical use (see DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION) may result in increased irritation and erythema.

Why would you soak clothes with Stomoxin instead of spraying them?

Soaking can be more convenient if you have bulky items (tent or hammock) you want to treat or many articles of clothing. Soaking is also likely to provides better coverage than spraying, including the inside and outside of garments than spraying which may miss spots. If an insect avoids the outside of a garment and makes it to your skin, there’s a good chance that it will still be killed if the inside of your clothing has also been pre-treated with Stomoxin.

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