Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 016763/001.

Names and composition

"SULFAMYLON" is the commercial name of a drug composed of MAFENIDE ACETATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016763/001 SULFAMYLON MAFENIDE ACETATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 85MG BASE per GM
019832/003 SULFAMYLON MAFENIDE ACETATE FOR SOLUTION/TOPICAL 5%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016763/001 SULFAMYLON MAFENIDE ACETATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 85MG BASE per GM
019832/003 SULFAMYLON MAFENIDE ACETATE FOR SOLUTION/TOPICAL 5%
201511/001 MAFENIDE ACETATE MAFENIDE ACETATE FOR SOLUTION/TOPICAL 5%
206716/001 MAFENIDE ACETATE MAFENIDE ACETATE FOR SOLUTION/TOPICAL 5%

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Answered questions

What kind of drugs do nurses and doctors give burn victims and why?
What treatments do people with 3rd degree burns go through? Asked by Lynsey Inbody 1 year ago.

Treatment usually given to Burn Patients: - Pain relievers - Sulfamylons and other treatments to help the wound heal - Wound debridement - Intravenous Fluids preferably Lactated Ringers - If third degree burns possibly Skin grafting can be done Answered by Pamila Wisley 1 year ago.

In addition to what the other nurse said....IV Calcium Answered by Zona Mehl 1 year ago.


My arm burnt by an iron!!!! HELP VERY PAINFULL!!?
Also, I ran it under cold water but once I stop, it hurts even more!! Asked by Shakira Nemoede 1 year ago.

If there is any blistering you need to pop the blisters... Other than that you could take some motrin to help with the pain, cool water may help, but doesn't do too much.... If you have access to being able to get some silvadene or sulfamylon cream that would work best to help your burn heal...If you can't get those just keep putting bacitracin on it... If it is really bad you need to go to the ER... Answered by Siu Taillon 1 year ago.

I once burnt my leg very badly on a hot metal pipe and the skin actually came off a little bit. Gross I know but I just wanted to let you know that I have been there. when I went to the ER they soaked a bunch of paper towels in salt water and put it on the burn. It felt better right away. It was cool water mixed with salt so try that and it should help. Also aloe even helps with these kind of burns so if you have the real stuff and not the bottled stuff try it. If that doesn't work, try wetting some tea bags and putting it right over the burn. That is another good home remedy and I hope that the pain goes away soon! Burns are the worst. Answered by Erika Lafond 1 year ago.

I Got Burnt By A Hair Straightner Same Temp or Close To Irons.. It Hurt Maybe 2 hrs 4 me.. But I Was At My Aunts House My Uncle Said: Mustard On It For 5-10 min or Butter Hope I Help Answered by Charita Goodman 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: My arm burnt by an iron!!!! HELP VERY PAINFULL!!? My idiot little brother just burnt me pretty badly with a clothes iron. It's on my right forearm and it's KILLING ME!!! WHAT SHOULD I DO ABOUT THE PAIN?!?!?!? Answered by Son Sjolander 1 year ago.

I have been burnt quite often due to my job. DO NOT PUT BUTTER ON. Sorry it will hurt like hell for a good three or four hours. Biggest problem with burns is infection. Try to keep it dry but do cover it. Last burn i got was on my shouler and arm about 6 inches down and three across from hot water. They covered in a massive plaster, in about 4 or 5 days soaked it in cooking oil for about 20 mins and it all but fell off. Do not bash your brother, even though the little toad probably deserves it !!!!!!!!!!!! Answered by Milford Staebler 1 year ago.

I know this is contrary to most but you should have run it under the hottest water you could tolerate (ask most professional chef and they KNOW that you run it under hot water or put it near a heat source the closest you can and still stand the pain. At this stage I would opt for homeopathic remedy Cantharis 30C or 200C (more likely to find the 30C at a health food store though) take one pill and do not repeat till pain starts to come back, this will vary with the need your body had for it (best to make a liquid dose with the pellet actually, but that is more complicated, though if there is a homeopath in the area, that would solve that problems. Answered by Jackeline Anchondo 1 year ago.

Did you run cold water on the burn? It usually stops the pain, the colder, the better. Maybe you should get some Flamazine it a white ointment made especially for burns. I got a grease burn on my right forearm years ago and my friend Tom put Flamazine on the burned area and wrapped it up in a clean white cloth. I didn't get a scar by doing this. Hope this helps. I know how much it hurts. Don't use butter like some people say to do, it only holds the heat in, it doesn't get rid of it. Answered by Rubin Humann 1 year ago.

Put the arm in cold water. The cold water should ease the burning pain. Then look at the burn. If it is just red, it is a first degree burn; if it is a blister, it is a second degree burn. After that, put a gauze bandage over the burn. Change the bandage twice each day. Don't put anything on it. If it continues to hurt, put it in cold water. After a couple of days, if it looks like it is getting infected, go to the doctor. Bonk your brother on the head! (And tell your Mom about the burn so she can moniter it, too!) Answered by Paola Chowning 1 year ago.

DONT USE BUTTER IT WILL RETAIN THE HEAT! Just keep it under cold running water and take pain killers if you can, ifyou get blisters do not burst them and keep the area clean stay away from any creams or butter as the oil will not let the heat out Answered by Roselle Chirafisi 1 year ago.

Ibuprofen for the pain. Ice the wound Neosporin on it. Wrap it in some sort of cloth or bandage Answered by Arcelia Rusi 1 year ago.


What kind of drugs do nurses and doctors give burn victims and why?
What treatments do people with 3rd degree burns go through? Asked by Serena Cerros 1 year ago.

Treatment usually given to Burn Patients: - Pain relievers - Sulfamylons and other treatments to help the wound heal - Wound debridement - Intravenous Fluids preferably Lactated Ringers - If third degree burns possibly Skin grafting can be done Answered by Maudie Ritterbush 1 year ago.

In addition to what the other nurse said....IV Calcium Answered by Bill Hanover 1 year ago.


My arm burnt by an iron!!!! HELP VERY PAINFULL!!?
Also, I ran it under cold water but once I stop, it hurts even more!! Asked by Loida Tipton 1 year ago.

If there is any blistering you need to pop the blisters... Other than that you could take some motrin to help with the pain, cool water may help, but doesn't do too much.... If you have access to being able to get some silvadene or sulfamylon cream that would work best to help your burn heal...If you can't get those just keep putting bacitracin on it... If it is really bad you need to go to the ER... Answered by Shantell Eugene 1 year ago.

I once burnt my leg very badly on a hot metal pipe and the skin actually came off a little bit. Gross I know but I just wanted to let you know that I have been there. when I went to the ER they soaked a bunch of paper towels in salt water and put it on the burn. It felt better right away. It was cool water mixed with salt so try that and it should help. Also aloe even helps with these kind of burns so if you have the real stuff and not the bottled stuff try it. If that doesn't work, try wetting some tea bags and putting it right over the burn. That is another good home remedy and I hope that the pain goes away soon! Burns are the worst. Answered by Cletus Brackenbury 1 year ago.

I Got Burnt By A Hair Straightner Same Temp or Close To Irons.. It Hurt Maybe 2 hrs 4 me.. But I Was At My Aunts House My Uncle Said: Mustard On It For 5-10 min or Butter Hope I Help Answered by Annita Howard 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: My arm burnt by an iron!!!! HELP VERY PAINFULL!!? My idiot little brother just burnt me pretty badly with a clothes iron. It's on my right forearm and it's KILLING ME!!! WHAT SHOULD I DO ABOUT THE PAIN?!?!?!? Answered by Rasheeda Macrum 1 year ago.

I have been burnt quite often due to my job. DO NOT PUT BUTTER ON. Sorry it will hurt like hell for a good three or four hours. Biggest problem with burns is infection. Try to keep it dry but do cover it. Last burn i got was on my shouler and arm about 6 inches down and three across from hot water. They covered in a massive plaster, in about 4 or 5 days soaked it in cooking oil for about 20 mins and it all but fell off. Do not bash your brother, even though the little toad probably deserves it !!!!!!!!!!!! Answered by Siobhan Mokriski 1 year ago.

I know this is contrary to most but you should have run it under the hottest water you could tolerate (ask most professional chef and they KNOW that you run it under hot water or put it near a heat source the closest you can and still stand the pain. At this stage I would opt for homeopathic remedy Cantharis 30C or 200C (more likely to find the 30C at a health food store though) take one pill and do not repeat till pain starts to come back, this will vary with the need your body had for it (best to make a liquid dose with the pellet actually, but that is more complicated, though if there is a homeopath in the area, that would solve that problems. Answered by Harriet Guerra 1 year ago.

Did you run cold water on the burn? It usually stops the pain, the colder, the better. Maybe you should get some Flamazine it a white ointment made especially for burns. I got a grease burn on my right forearm years ago and my friend Tom put Flamazine on the burned area and wrapped it up in a clean white cloth. I didn't get a scar by doing this. Hope this helps. I know how much it hurts. Don't use butter like some people say to do, it only holds the heat in, it doesn't get rid of it. Answered by Danielle Knight 1 year ago.

Put the arm in cold water. The cold water should ease the burning pain. Then look at the burn. If it is just red, it is a first degree burn; if it is a blister, it is a second degree burn. After that, put a gauze bandage over the burn. Change the bandage twice each day. Don't put anything on it. If it continues to hurt, put it in cold water. After a couple of days, if it looks like it is getting infected, go to the doctor. Bonk your brother on the head! (And tell your Mom about the burn so she can moniter it, too!) Answered by Irena Bynes 1 year ago.

DONT USE BUTTER IT WILL RETAIN THE HEAT! Just keep it under cold running water and take pain killers if you can, ifyou get blisters do not burst them and keep the area clean stay away from any creams or butter as the oil will not let the heat out Answered by Amos Deterding 1 year ago.

Ibuprofen for the pain. Ice the wound Neosporin on it. Wrap it in some sort of cloth or bandage Answered by Ezra Beagle 1 year ago.


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