• Uwe Fricke


Antimykotika werden entsprechend der Bedeutung von Pilzinfektionen der Haut und Schleimhäute zu etwa 90% als Lokaltherapeutika eingesetzt. Insge-samt nimmt die Verordnung seit 1996 kontinuierlich ab. Lediglich die topischen Antimykotikakombinationen haben 2003 erstmals wieder deutlich zugenom-men.


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  • Uwe Fricke
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  1. 1.Institut für Pharmakologie der Universität zu KölnKöln

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