Topgraf 0.1 ointment is a medication used to treat atopic dermatitis, a skin condition characterized by inflammation, redness, and itching. It works by suppressing the activity of immune cells that cause skin inflammation, providing relief from itching and improving skin rashes. The ointment should be applied 2-4 times daily on the affected area as directed by a doctor. It is important to avoid using it too often or covering the treated area with a bandage or plaster. If there is no improvement after two weeks of treatment or if the skin worsens, inform your doctor.
Topgraf 0.1 ointment is generally safe with few side effects, but some people may experience an application site reaction such as burning, irritation, itching, and redness. Pregnant or breastfeeding women should not use this medication unless it is clearly necessary.
Topgraf 0.1 ointment is also used to prevent organ rejection in transplant patients by weakening the immune response that may attack the new organ. It belongs to a group of medicines called immunosuppressants and is used in combination with other medications to increase the success rate of transplant operations.
To use Topgraf 0.1 ointment, apply a thin layer to the affected area after cleaning and drying it. Wash your hands after application and avoid contact with eyes, ears, nose, or mouth. The most common side effects of this medication include itching and burning sensation on the skin. It is important to inform your doctor if you have any skin malignancies, a weak immune system, an inherited skin barrier disease, swollen lymph nodes, or infected lesions before using this medication. Avoid alcohol consumption while using this medicine.