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Dosage form

Cream for external use


100 g contain isoconazole nitrate 1 g,
Excipients:polysorbate 60; sorbitan stearate; cetyl stearyl alcohol; liquid paraffin; petrolatum white; purified water


Tuba 20

Mechanism of action

Travogen has antifungal, antibacterial action.

Indications and usage

fungal skin lesions, incl. secondarily infected (mycoses of the feet and smooth skin, including with localization in the folds, the area of ​​the external genital organs - microsporia, trichophytia, ruhrofitia);
athlete's disease;
multi-colored (scaly) versicolor;


Increased sensitivity to components of Travogen.

The use of Travogen during pregnancy is possible in cases where the potential benefit to the mother outweighs the risk to the fetus. It is not established whether isoconazole penetrates into breast milk, so the drug should not be applied to the breast glands before feeding. If necessary, use the drug to resolve the issue with the doctor about stopping breastfeeding.

Dosage and administration

Outwardly. Travogen is applied with a thin layer on the affected skin and lightly rubbed once a day. The course of treatment is usually 2-3 weeks, with the localization of mycoses in the folds - up to 4 weeks. A longer course of treatment is also possible. To prevent relapse, treatment should be continued for 2 weeks after resolution of clinical manifestations.

Adverse reactions

Travogen is usually well tolerated, even when applied to sensitive skin. Rarely, irritation (burning sensation and itching, erythema) may develop, and skin allergic reactions are extremely rare.

Storage conditions

In the dark place at a temperature of no higher than 25 ° C.

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