What is it? 
Chlorquinaldol is a bacteriostatic, anti-infective, and antifungal substance in topical creams, lotions and oitments. 

How do I avoid it? Patients who are allergic to Chlorquinaldol should inform all of their health care providers of their allergies, since this substance is used on the skin or taken orally. 

• Antibacterial and anti-infective creams, lotions and ointments • Antifungal creams, lotions and ointments 
• Antiamoebal products 

Other names for Chlorquinaldol
• 5, 7-dichlor-2-methyl-8-quinolinol 
• 5, 7-dichloro-8-quinaldinol 
• Sterosan 
• Steroxin 

Potential cross-reacting/co-reacting substances
• Clioquinol 
• Vioform 
• Diodoquin 
• Quinolor 
• Certain antimalarial drugs

How safe is it?

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