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Microbial Colonization and Change of Chronic Keratinized Hand Eczema After Using Halometasone Triclosan

2017-08-13 15:49:28 | BioPortfolio

Summary

The clinical study of the microbial colonization of chronic keratinized hand eczema and the change of microbial colonization after external using of Halometasone Triclosan Cream

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The clinical study of the microbial colonization of chronic keratinized hand eczema and the change of microbial colonization after external using of Halometasone Triclosan Cream

Study Design

Conditions

Chronic Hand Eczema

Intervention

Halometasone Triclosan

Status

Not yet recruiting

Source

Beijing Friendship Hospital

Results (where available)

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