Generic Name(s): salicylic acid
Drug Class: salicylates
Treats: acne, psoriasis, dandruff, seborrheic dermatitis of the skin, calluses, scalp, plantar warts, corns, common warts
Gordofilm is a drug used on the skin to treat common skin and foot warts. It works by breaking down the top layer of the skin and increasing moisture in the skin. Gordofilm causes the wart, corn, or callus to peel off; it ensures that the area is clean and also keeps the salicylic acid and moisture in contact with the skin.
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Foot wart is a disease caused by infection by human papilloma virus. The virus attacks compromised skin through direct contact, entering through possibly tiny cuts. After an infection, warts may not become visible for several weeks or months.;The wart is pushed inward because of pressure on the sole and a layer, of hard skin may form over the wart.;
Gordofilm is used in peeling away of dead surface skin cells in the treatment process.
Gordofilm is used also to treat disorders of the skin such as:
- Seborrheic dermatitis of the skin
- Plantar warts
- Common warts
Follow the directions on the label or your doctor's orders. For children younger than 2 years use is not recommended. Gordofilm dose is determined by the doctor. The dose is determined based on the following factors such as age, severity of the condition being treated, medical history, weight and treatment response thus the dose varies from one patient to the other. The length, duration between intervals and time of using Gordofilm are determined by the severity of the condition being treated.
For topical dosage form (cream):
For corns and calluses;
- Adults and Children aged 2yrs and older— Use 2 to 10% cream as needed. Use the 25 to 60% cream once every 3 to 5 days.
For topical dosage form (gel):
- Adults and Children aged 2yrs and older—Use the 0.5 to 5% gel once a day.
- Adults and Children aged 2ysr and older—Use the 5% gel once a day.
For common warts;
- Adults and Children aged 2yrs and older—Use the 5 to 26% gel one time a day.
For topical dosage form (lotion and ointment):
For dandruff, acne and antiseborrheic dermatitis of the scalp;
- Adults and Children aged 2yrs and older—Use the 1 to 2% lotion one to three times a day.
- Adults and Children aged 2yrs and older—Use the 3 to 6% ointment as needed.
For psoriasis, common warts and seborrheic dermatitis;
- Adults and Children aged 2yrs and older—Use the 3 to 10% ointment as needed.
Gordofilm should not be used on parts of the body such as the face or on moles and birthmarks. Before using Gordofilm consider the following:
If you miss a dose of Gordofilm, apply it as soon as possible. However, if you are on a regular schedule skip the missed dose if it is almost time for the next dose.
Gordofim Side Effects
Gordofilm has some side effects just like any other drug. The severity of these side effects may vary from one person to the other depending on the body's ability to handle the effects of the drug. Some people may not experience these side effects at all. Note that this list does not include all side effects
Less side effects
- Skin irritation
Severe side effects
- Difficult breathing
- Dryness and peeling of skin
- Hives or itching
- Redness of the skin
- Tightness in the throat
Gordofilm Interactions with other drugs
Some drugs and substances may interact with Gordofilm and cause severe side effects to your body or may reduce the drug's effectiveness. In most cases, Gordofilm is not combined with other drugs unless authorized by the doctor. Thus, do not or change, stop or start the use of any medication without informing your doctor. Using Gordofilm with the following medicines is not recommended in some cases but may be required.
- Glipizide. ;
Note that it's essential to share a list of all prescription, non-prescription drugs and herbal remedies that you may be taking with your doctor in order for him/her to monitor possible interactions on behalf of you.