clean and dry the area then apply 3x a day of mupirocin(bactroban) ointment.
No, bactroban is for prevention of bacterial infections. Ringworm is a fungal infection.
Bactroban is not effective for viral cold sores.
You can use bactroban cream on cats but you need to use caution. You do not want to cat to lick the cream off.
I prefer not to, as BactroBan is somewhat sticky and tends to adhere to --- crud. Better if you keep the wound bandaged and don't have to put anything on at all. If you're concerned about infection, betadyne makes for a good topical antiseptic.
Unfortunately not. Bactroban acts against certain types of germs, or bacteria, such as those causing impetigo. Athletes foot is a fungal infection and not a bacterial one, so bactroban will have no effect. What you need is an antifungal powder or ointment. You can buy them without prescription in pharmacies, and they are not expensive. if that doesn't work you could try looking at the related source link below.
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yes. it does help alot.
Typically, Bactroban nasal
Bactroban (Mupirocin) belongs to the class of medications called topical antibiotics. It is applied topically (to the skin) to treat skin infections caused by certain bacteria. Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus pyogenes are the two most common bacteria it is used for.
Cure All was created on 2007-06-25.