J&J Pediastat For Diaper Dermatitis Requires Non-Candidal Data - FDA
J&J's Pediastat (miconazole nitrate .25% ointment) would need efficacy data in non-candidal as well as candidal diaper dermatitis to receive an indication for diaper dermatitis, FDA Dermatologics & Dental Products Division Director Jonathan Wilkin, MD, said.
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