Several factors that influence the retention of a skin disorder medications are the form of medication

Several factors that influence the retention of a skin disorder medications are the form of medication, base of medication, size of the molecule, hydration, dressing, and thickness of the skin. It is highly relevant that these factors are to be considered when choosing an appropriate choice of medication for an optimal therapeutic effect. Also, the site of infection or lesion should be as well considered when choosing the right type of medication to be administered. Most dermatologic medications can either be prescribed or bought over the counter, and some of these medications can have a systemic effect on the body. Dermatologic medications that were administered SC arereleased into the blood that circulates throughout the body, which causes the systemic reaction. Furthermore, it is important to keep in mind to clean and dry the area of the infected site before administering any topically medications. In addition, dermatologic medications such as those medication for acne, isotretnoin, are highly teratogenic, important to remember not to prescribe the medication to a pregnant women or lactating women. In addition, medication for pediculosis, lidane, may cause CNS toxicity, if repeated application is being done.
Again, before administering any topical medications, the skin should be cleansed and dry very well. Also, checking the medical records of a patient to check if there is any medication hypersensitivity is important to avoid any adverse reactions or allergic reactions. When administering a medication that has a localized effect, the medication should be applied without touching any other parts other than the specific site of infection or lesion. And when applying medication with a systemic effect, a rotation in the site of the application should be done to prevent a decrease in effectiveness of the medication because of a skin irritation.
Taking vitamin D and calcium and in combination of a healthy lifestyle and exercise provides a maximum strength to the bones. Calcitonin and bisphosphonates are antiresorptives medications that helps in bone formation and decreases the rate of reabsorption. However, calcitonin is not as effective as bisphosphonate. Bisphosphonates are FDA-approved medication that can be prescribed to patients with osteoporosis and a fracture prophylactic agent.
Technically, medications for arthritis doesn’t cure the disease, but control the symptoms. Treatment of these arthritis diseases are usually combination of physical therapy, surgery, and pharmacotherapy. Medications such as corticosteroids are used to treat inflammatory conditions in relation with arthritis. And analgesic for pain reliever. NSAIDs, DMARDs, and glucocorticosteroids, are medications used to treat rheumatoid arthritis. These medications can either relieve symptoms; delay the progression of the diseases; or relieve symptoms immediately.
In the treatment of muscle spasm or spasticity, the choice of appropriate medication is based on the physician’s preference as well as to the response of the patient on the medication, for an optimal therapeutic effect. Medications for spasms such as carisoprodol and tizanidine are not fully understood, and its therapeutic effect are still not clear. However, two medications, Diazepam and baclofen, are medications that have a definite therapeutic effect on muscle spasm that are usually cause by neuromuscular disorder.