Translation of ointment in Spanish:


pomada, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɔɪntmənt//ˈɔɪntm(ə)nt/


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    pomada feminine
    ungüento masculine
    • Apply a moisturizer cream or ointment if the perineal skin is chapped or dry after cleansing.
    • Do not apply cream or ointment to broken skin and always follow the instructions on the packet.
    • If emollients alone don't treat the condition, the next step is to use a steroid cream or ointment.
    • Your will need to wash your face several times a day with a gentle cleanser, and apply antibiotic ointment or cream to aid healing.
    • When the source of moisture cannot be controlled, it is appropriate to use barrier creams or ointments to protect the skin.
    • Always talk to your health care provider before using any medicated creams or ointments to treat skin problems.
    • Be sure to talk with your doctor if you are using a steroid cream or ointment to treat your itching.
    • Some burns units treat difficult wounds such as facial burns by leaving them exposed and applying antimicrobial ointment.
    • Are ointments and creams smooth and nongritty?
    • The doctor might recommend creams, ointments, or lotions to ease symptoms.
    • Doctors call these drugs vasodilators and they are available in a variety of forms, including tablets, sprays, skin patches and ointments.
    • Prescription creams, ointments and lotions (called topical medicines) that you put on the affected areas are often used.
    • Calcipotriol is available as a cream or ointment to treat plaque psoriasis and as a lotion for scalp psoriasis.
    • She was prescribed sulphur ointment, which began to heal her infected skin.
    • He had been applying a topical antibiotic ointment to the wound three times a day.
    • The ointment keeps a heavy scab from forming and may reduce the size of a scar.
    • In the past, treatment generally consisted of the use of topical corticosteroids in the form of creams, ointments, and lotions.
    • Nowadays the condition is treatable with tetracycline eye ointment and tetracycline taken orally.
    • Your GP will give you a course of oral antibiotics and/or an antibiotic cream or ointment.
    • The cost of skin barriers and ointments is a drop in the bucket compared with the costs and ramifications from such problems.