Isaderm® contains Fusidic acid, which is highly effective against Staphylococcus pseudintermedius. S. pseudintermedius is isolated in up to 90% of cases of pyoderma in dogs.2 Fusidic acid also remains active in the presence of pus.
Isaderm® was previously known as Fuciderm.
Diagnosis and monitoring
Treatment should continue for 48 hours after the lesion has resolved. The treatment period should not exceed 7 days. If there is no response within three days, or the condition deteriorates, the diagnosis should be re-evaluated.
Isaderm® Gel can be applied directly and stays on the lesion.