There are 14 Medications that may be used to treat burns.
There are 8 Medications that may help prevent burns (NIH).
Methoxsalen can induce burns, according to the National Institutes of Health.
There are 4 Medications that should be avoided if you have burns. If you have burns and are taking one of these medications, speak to your healthcare professional.
4-Aminobenzoic Acid is classified as a Vitamin B Complex Member. 4-Aminobenzoic Acid is more commonly known as the brand SwineAid.
Zinc Oxide is included in 85 brands sold in the US including A+D Diaper Rash, Advanced Zinc-Oxyde Plus Ointment and Ammens.
Albumin Human, USP
Albumin Human, Usp is classified as a Human Serum Albumin. Albumin Human, Usp is included in 9 brands sold in the US including Albuked, Albuminar and Alburx
Aloe vera preparation
Benzocaine is classified as a Standardized Chemical Allergen. Benzocaine is included in 104 brands sold in the US including Alpha-caine, Americaine and Americaine Anesthetic Lubricant
Collagenase is classified as a Collagen-specific Enzyme. Collagenase is more commonly known as the brand Santyl.
ferric subsulfate solution
Ferric Subsulfate Solution is more commonly known as the brand Astringyn.
Iodine is included in 48 brands sold in the US including A & L Laboratories 10 Mix 10, A & L Laboratories Protect and Absorbine Veterinary Liniment
Lidocaine is classified as an Amide Local Anesthetic. Lidocaine is included in 87 brands sold in the US including Akten, Allercaine and Alocane Plus
Nitrofurazone, more commonly known as the brands NFZ and NitroZone, may be used to treat Burns.
BCG, Live, Montreal Strain
BCG, Live, Tice Strain
Bcg, Live, Tice Strain is classified as a Live Attenuated Bacillus Calmette-Guerin Immunotherapy. Bcg, Live, Tice Strain is more commonly known as the brand Tice BCG.
Hydroquinone is classified as a Melanin Synthesis Inhibitor. Hydroquinone is included in 30 brands sold in the US including Aclaro, African Formula Skin Lightening and Alera