Lice and Scabies Treatments

Formulations and regimens of pediculicides and scabicides.

Find a suitable pediculicide or scabicide with the MIMS lice and scabies table

This table covers head lice preparations (dimeticone, isopropyl alcohol/benzyl alcohol, malathion and permethrin), pubic lice treatments (malathion and permethrin) and scabies products (crotamiton, malathion and permethrin).

Formulation details (including spray, liquid gel, lotion, mousse or creme rinse) are provided for each brand. Age groups and clinical conditions requiring caution are noted, along with application instructions (including treatment duration) and retreatment guidance.

Brand names link through to the full MIMS entries for more detailed prescribing information on each product.

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