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1. Salicylic Acid Plaster

Salicylic Acid Plaster Salicylic Acid Plaster Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Salicylic Acid Plaster Salicylic Acid (...) Plaster Aka: Salicylic Acid Plaster , Mediplast From Related Chapters II. Indication III. Preparation Salicylic Acid Plaster 40% (Mediplast) IV. Technique Precede application with warm water soaks 10-15 min Cut plaster to fit exactly over wart Consider using hole punch Secure with adhesive tape at bedtime Remove in morning Alternatively leave in place for 24 to 48 hours Carefully scrape away macerated wart tissue Consider use of pumice stone V. Efficacy Older method, but effective Expect slow

2018 FP Notebook

2. Analysis of a trial assessing the long-term effectiveness of salicylic acid plasters compared with scalpel debridement in facilitating corn resolution in patients with multiple corns. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Analysis of a trial assessing the long-term effectiveness of salicylic acid plasters compared with scalpel debridement in facilitating corn resolution in patients with multiple corns. This study assesses the effect of salicylic acid plasters on the time to resolution of 324 corns experienced by 201 participants taking part in a randomized controlled trial. While the rate of corn resolution was substantively higher in the treatment group than in the control group, treatment was found

2015 The Journal of dermatology Controlled trial quality: predicted high

3. The effectiveness of salicylic acid plasters compared with 'usual' scalpel debridement of corns: a randomised controlled trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

The effectiveness of salicylic acid plasters compared with 'usual' scalpel debridement of corns: a randomised controlled trial. Corns are a common foot problem and surveys have indicated that between 14-48% of people suffer from them. Many of these will seek podiatry treatment, however there is little evidence to indicate which current treatments provide long term resolution. This study compared 'usual' treatment (enucleation with a scalpel) with the application of 40% salicylic acid plasters (...) to corns to investigate which is the most effective in terms of clinical, economic and patient-centred outcomes.A parallel-group randomised controlled trial was carried out in two centres where adults who presented with one or more corns and who met the inclusion criteria were allocated to either 'usual' scalpel debridement or corn plaster treatment. All participants had measurements of corn size, pain using a 100 mm visual analogue scale (VAS) and health-related quality of life (EQ-5D) measures

2013 Journal of foot and ankle research Controlled trial quality: predicted high

4. Salicylic Acid Plaster

Salicylic Acid Plaster Salicylic Acid Plaster Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Salicylic Acid Plaster Salicylic Acid (...) Plaster Aka: Salicylic Acid Plaster , Mediplast From Related Chapters II. Indication III. Preparation Salicylic Acid Plaster 40% (Mediplast) IV. Technique Precede application with warm water soaks 10-15 min Cut plaster to fit exactly over wart Consider using hole punch Secure with adhesive tape at bedtime Remove in morning Alternatively leave in place for 24 to 48 hours Carefully scrape away macerated wart tissue Consider use of pumice stone V. Efficacy Older method, but effective Expect slow

2015 FP Notebook

7. Chronic pain disorder medical treatment guideline.

a clinically meaningful analgesic response to clonidine gel. It is unknown if this screening test applies to other types of neuropathic pain (Design: Randomized clinical trial ). Evidence Statements Regarding Topical Drug Delivery: Ketamine and Tricyclics Good Evidence Neither 2% topical amitriptyline nor 1% topical ketamine reduces neuropathic pain syndromes (Design: Randomized clinical trial ). Evidence Statements Regarding Topical Drug Delivery: Lidocaine Good Evidence Lidocaine 5% plasters, applied (...) are effective for short-term, 2 week use (Design: Randomized crossover trial and open label study ). Evidence Statements Regarding Topical Drug Delivery: Topical Salicylates and Nonsalicylates Good Evidence Diclofenac gel (Voltaren, Solaraze) reduces pain and improves function in mild-to-moderate hand osteoarthritis (Design: Randomized clinical trial ). Topical diclofenac and ketoprofen are more effective than placebo preparations for purposes of relieving pain attributable to knee osteoarthritis (Design

2017 National Guideline Clearinghouse (partial archive)

8. Acne clinical guideline Full Text available with Trip Pro

testing in evaluating patients with adult acne and acne vulgaris in adolescents to adults? What is the effectiveness and what are the potential side effects of topical agents in the treatment of adult acne and acne vulgaris in adolescents to adults, including: • Retinoids and retinoid-like drugs • Benzoyl peroxide • Topical antibiotics • Salicylic/azelaic acids • Sulfur and resorcinol • Aluminum chloride • Zinc • Combinations of topical agents What is the effectiveness and what are the potential side (...) of dapsone 5% gel in female vs male patients with facial acne vulgaris: gender as a clinically relevant outcome variable. J Drugs Dermatol . 2012 ; 11 : 1417–1421 | Salicylic acid B II x 87 Shalita, A.R. Treatment of mild and moderate acne vulgaris with salicylic acid in an alcohol-detergent vehicle. Cutis . 1981 ; 28 : 556–558 ( 561 ) | 87 Systemic antibiotics Tetracyclines (eg, tetracycline, doxycycline, and minocycline) A I, II x 88 Garner, S.E., Eady, A., Bennett, C., Newton, J.N., Thomas, K

2016 American Academy of Dermatology

10. Molluscum contagiosum

. This finding is difficult to interpret as there was no placebo arm. Another study (n = 35) found a shorter mean duration to cure in the group treated with iodine plus salicylic acid plaster compared with iodine alone or salicylic acid alone. All participants developed redness of the skin at the treatment site within 3 to 7 days after the start of treatment. The other three studies showed no significant difference in complete cure or lesion improvement compared with placebo for topical potassium hydroxide (...) drop-out rates, and some did not include intention-to-treat analysis. Although the update from the 2006 review included six new studies, most of which reported on interventions not included previously, the author's conclusions did not change [ ]: One study (n = 30) compared sodium nitrite 5% and salicylic acid 5% under occlusion with salicylic acid 5% alone. A statistically significant higher rate of lesion cure at 3 months was found with sodium nitrite compared with salicylic acid alone

2017 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

11. UK national guideline for the management of Genital Molluscum in adults

Dermatol. 1997; 22(5): 255. 139. Leslie KS, Dootson G, Sterling JC. Topical salicylic acid gel as a treatment for molluscum contagiosum in children. J Dermatolog Treat 2005; 16(5-6): 336-40. 140. Ohkuma M. Molluscum contagiosum treated with iodine solution and salicylic acid plaster. Int J Dermatol 1990; 29(6): 443-45. 141. Sadick N, Sorhaindo L. A comparative split-face study of cryosurgery and trichloroacetic acid 100% peels in the treatment of HIV-associated disseminated facial molluscum contagiosum (...) chemical preparations that have been tried for treating molluscum on the trunk and limb areas of the body. These include varying strength topical preparations of salicylic acid, (128) (139-140) lactic acid, glycolic acid, (128) trichloracetic acid, (141-142) carbolic acid, benzoyl peroxide, (143) iodine, (141) phenol, sodium nitrite, (144) potassium hydroxide, (145- 149) silver nitrate, (150) and Tretinoin. (143) (149) However, there is very little published evidence generally for these treatments

2014 British Association for Sexual Health and HIV

12. Management of molluscum contagiosum

–232. 138. Hindson C and Cotterill J. Treatment of molluscum contagiosum with the pulsed tuneable dye laser. Clin Exp Dermatol 1997; 22(5): 255. 139. Leslie KS, Dootson G and Sterling JC. Topical sali- cylic acid gel as a treatment for molluscum contagi- osum in children. J Dermatolog Treat 2005; 16(5–6): 336–340. 140. Ohkuma M. Molluscum contagiosum treated with iodine solution and salicylic acid plaster. Int J Dermatol 1990; 29(6): 443–445. 141. Sadick N and Sorhaindo L. A comparative split-face (...) .) There is a very extensive list of other chemical preparationsthathavebeentriedfortreatingmolluscum on the trunk and limb areas of the body. These include varying strength topical preparations of salicylic acid, 128,139,140 lactic acid, glycolic acid, 128 trichloracetic acid, 141,142 carbolicacid,benzoylperoxide, 143 iodine, 141 phenol, sodium nitrite, 144 potassium hydroxide, 145–149 silver nitrate 150 and Tretinoin. 143,149 However, there is Fernando et al. 3XML Template (2014) [16.10.2014–11:31am] [1–9

2014 British Association for Sexual Health and HIV

13. Osteoarthritis of the Knee

Comparison: Patient and Physician Global Assessments 702 Table 166. Quality and Applicability Summary: IA Corticosteroids Versus Placebo 748 Table 167. Quality and Applicability Summary: IA Corticosteroids Versus Hyaluronic Acid 750 Table 168. Quality and Applicability Summary: IA Corticosteroids Versus Needle Lavage 751 Table 169. Quality and Applicability: IA Corticosteroids Versus Placebo 754 Table 170. Quality and Applicability: IA Corticosteroids Versus Hyaluronic Acid 758 Table 171. Quality (...) and Applicability: Needle Lavage Versus IA Corticosteroids . 761 Table 172. IA Corticosteroids Versus Placebo 762 Table 173. IA Corticosteroids Versus Hyaluronic Acid (Caborn et al., 2004) 766 Table 174. Needle Lavage Versus Corticosteroids 768 Table 175. Quality and Applicability Summary: Hyaluronic Acid Versus Control 772 Table 176. Quality and Applicability Summary: High Versus Low Molecular Weight Hyaluronic Acid 780 Table 177. Quality and Applicability: Hyaluronic Acid Versus Control 789 Table 178. Quality

2013 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

14. Plantar Wart

for 15-30 minutes Apply or to lesion overnight Remove in morning and use a loofa pad Repeat as often as nightly s 40% ( ) Effective over the course of months Salicylic Acid 17% in flexible collodion ( ) Does not slip like plasters As effective as See also Canthacur PS (SEE ) Use after soaking feet in hot water 10-15 minutes Occlude with tape Remove after 48 hours Performed by dermatology in refractory cases Contraindicated in pregnancy Use caution on weight bearing plantar surfaces Risk of painful (...) (pared) Painless on lateral pressure Retain normal fingerprint lines (warts do not) Contrast with pinpoint blood vessels of Plantar Warts Foreign body reaction (sheering in sports) Epithioma cuniculatum (verrucous carcinoma) IX. Precautions No treatment needed if asymptomatic Avoid aggressive technique Surgical excision X. Management ral Topical treatments require 2-3 months for eradication Relieve pressure on wart area with pads Soak foot before application of salicylic acid Soak in warm water

2018 FP Notebook

15. Corns

compression s have black dots (thrombosed vessels) VII. Management Manage underlying foot deformities if present See See Correct over-pronation if present Keratin removal Physician or Podiatrist Paring with sterile blade (15 blade) Curettage of keratin core Home treatment Warm water soak followed by pumice stone Corn Plaster (felt pad with 40% salicylic acid) Avoid contact with normal skin Avoid in patients with Padding to reduce mechanical irritation Pads for hard corns Silicone toe sleeves (releases

2018 FP Notebook

16. What is the efficacy of duct tape as a treatment for verruca vulgaris?

varies with age, with the lowest estimates at 4% and the highest at 24% (Gibbs). Those at highest risk are young people sharing communal ‘bare-foot’ areas (Gibbs). Current first line therapies for verrucas are ‘wart paints’ usually containing salicylic acid, or cryotherapy (Gibbs). Duct tape has been proposed as alternative first line treatment. Treatment of verrucas with duct tape is known as occlusive therapy. This typically involves application of tape for seven continuous days followed by a 12 h (...) , in a similar manner to the proposed mechanism for cryotherapy. Duct tape certainly seems to cause local irritation in some patients, with around 15% reporting side effects such as erythema (de Haen). It is uncertain from the literature what specifically about duct tape makes it preferable compared with other plaster tapes, but there are no RCTs examining this. The side effect profile of treatment with duct tape was generally minor, with most people reporting mild skin irritation or erythema. However

2011 BestBETS

17. Warts and verrucae

%) — licensed for common and plantar warts. Salactol ® (salicylic acid 16.7% plus lactic acid 16.7%) — licensed for warts, plantar warts, and verrucas. Scholl Verruca Removal System 40% Medicated Plasters (40% salicylic acid ) — licensed for common warts on the feet and hands. Verrugon ® (salicylic acid 50%) — licensed for plantar warts only. [ ; ; ; ] Contraindications Who should not receive topical salicylic acid? Topical salicylic acid can cause irritant burning and should not be used (...) is painful, cosmetically unsightly, persistent, or the person requests treatment. For the treatment of other warts in adults and older children, options are topical salicylic acid, cryotherapy, or a combination of both (cryotherapy is not recommended for younger children). Warts can generally be managed in primary care, but referral to a dermatologist is necessary if the person has: An uncertain diagnosis. A facial wart. Multiple recalcitrant warts and compromised immunity. Extensive warts. Persistent

2014 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

18. Evaluation of Viral Status of Patients With Plantar Warts Included in VRAIE Study, Non-responder to Study Treatment

-responder to Study Treatment Study Start Date : April 2010 Actual Primary Completion Date : October 2014 Actual Study Completion Date : June 2016 Resource links provided by the National Library of Medicine related topics: Groups and Cohorts Go to Group/Cohort Intervention/treatment Salicylate ointment patients included in VRAIE study, treated with salicylate ointment (VRAIE study, NCT01059110) Genetic: skin flakes collection viral status assessment of skin flakes Imiquimod patients included in VRAIE (...) years Patient refusing to sign the consent Pregnant or lactating women Plantar calluses Known hypersensitivity to imiquimod (Aldara®) or any excipients of the cream (isostearic acid, benzyl alcohol, cetyl alcohol, stearyl alcohol, paraffin, polysorbate 60, sorbitan stearate, glycerol, methyl hydroxybenzoate, propyl hydroxybenzoate, xanthan gum, purified water) Known hypersensitivity to 5 fluoro-uracil (Efudix®) or any excipients of gel (stearyl alcohol, Vaseline, polysorbate 60, propyleneglycol

2016 Clinical Trials

19. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) exacerbated respiratory disease phenotype: Topical NSAID and asthma control - A possible oversight link. Full Text available with Trip Pro

included aspirin (5), mefenamic acid (2), diclofenac (2), Synflex (2) and ibuprofen (1). All, except 2, had arthropathies or spinal disorders and were using tNSAID for a mean of 4.2 years. One, four and six patients were using over-the-counter medicated oil containing salicylates, NSAID gel/plasters and both respectively. All patients had cutaneous, with 4 having concomitant inhalational exposure to these tNSAIDs. The mean duration of asthma diagnosis and uncontrolled asthma were 25.2 and 4.5 years (...) Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) exacerbated respiratory disease phenotype: Topical NSAID and asthma control - A possible oversight link. Patients with aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease (AERD) also recently known as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) exacerbated respiratory disease (NERD) must avoid aspirin and all other oral NSAIDs. The effect of topical NSAID (tNSAID), especially salicylates which are commonly present in topical medicated preparations, on asthma

2016 Respiratory medicine

20. Effectiveness of a Jaw Exercise Program in Temporomandibular Disorders Patients

Joint Diseases Pathologic Processes Craniomandibular Disorders Mandibular Diseases Jaw Diseases Muscular Diseases Stomatognathic Diseases Myofascial Pain Syndromes Salicylic Acid Anti-Infective Agents Antifungal Agents Keratolytic Agents Dermatologic Agents (...) and a half per turn, in front of the mirror, during three months. Active Comparator: Occlusal splint and counseling Device: Occlusal Splint and counseling The occlusal splints will be made from obtaining a plaster type IV model of upper arch using alginate and metal stock tray. A 2mm thick polyacetate blade will be adapted to the vacuum device plasticizer, heated and pressed over the previously cut U-shaped plaster model. After cooling, it will be added the self-curing acrylic resin on occlusal surface

2015 Clinical Trials

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