As your Internet Pharmacy, PharmacyKwik can offer a wide range of services and facilities for you and your family.

Dispensing
We dispense NHS prescriptions and will give advice on how to get the most benefit from your medicines. We keep a comprehensive stock of medicines and use a fast and an efficient wholesaler service to enable us to fill all prescriptions promptly.

Repeat Dispensing
We can dispense NHS repeat dispensing prescriptions issued by your doctor. Ask us for more information about this service.

Medicine Containers
All medicines are dispensed in child resistant containers unless you ask us not to.

Please remember: Keep all medicines out of the reach and sight of children. Our pharmacist can advise you on safe storage of medicines.

NHS Unwanted Medicines Service
Please return all unwanted medicines to the pharmacy where we will dispose of them safely.

NHS Health Advice and Self-Care
The pharmacist and our trained assistants are available for advice on all medicines and minor ailments. We can also give you advice on how to live a healthy life, for example, advice on how to stop smoking or healthy diets. Self Care information is also available on our user friendly website: pharmacykwik.co.uk We can also direct you to other sources of advice and assistance if we cannot help you ourselves.

Patient Medication Records
Our computer allows us to keep records of all your prescriptions dispensed by us. This helps us check for possible problems, such as interactions between medicines and will help us deal with any queries you may have.

We comply with the Data Protection Act and the NHS code of practice on confidentiality. If you want to discuss the records we keep, please ask to speak to the pharmacist.

We provide the above NHS services on behalf of:
NHS Bury Clinical Commissioning Group
21 Silver Street,
Bury, BL9 0EN
Tel: 0161 762 3100

Other Services:

Repeat Prescription Service
We offer a repeat prescription service. Please ask our pharmacist for further details about this.

Medicines Sales
We stock a vast range of over the counter medicines, vitamins and mineral supplements and other health & beauty products, please visit pharmacykwik.co.uk for further information.

Holiday Healthcare
We can advise on medical requirements for travellers, including anti-malaria treatments. We also stock a range of sun care creams, bite and sting relief creams, flight socks and over the counter travel sickness remedies.

We also provide Care Home Services, Home Delivery Services and a Gluten Free Food Supply Service. Please email or call to discuss these NHS enhanced services.

Private Prescriptions
We can dispense private prescriptions as prescribed by your doctor. Please email info@pharmacykwik.co.uk or call our team on: 0161 773 1456 with details of your prescription for more information including up to date prices.

If you would like any more information about any of the services mentioned in this leaflet, please call us on free phone 0800 023 2295 or email info@pharmacykwik.co.uk

Comments, Suggestions, Complaints and Compliments
Our aim is to give the highest possible standard of service. We would like you to tell us what you think about the service we provide at this pharmacy.

If you have any suggestions, comments or complaints please speak to a member of staff either by calling PharmacyKwik on 0800 023 2295 or alternatively you can email is on info@pharmacykwik.co.uk

We welcome any general comments about the services we provide and any suggestions of ways in which we can improve our services to you.

We operate a complaints procedure as part of the NHS system for dealing with complaints. Our system meets national criteria. Our Pharmacist will give you further information.

You may also seek advice from the local Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS). PALS are not part of the complaints procedure itself but they might be able to resolve your concerns informally or they can tell you more about the complaints procedure and independent complaints advocacy services:

Patient Advice and Liason Service (PALS):
PALS,
Care of The Patient Services Team,
Greater Manchester Commissioning Support Unit,
St. James House, Pendleton Way,
Salford, M6 5FW

An independent complaints advocacy service (ICAS) is available to provide advice and support for people who wish to complain about the NHS. Please use the telephone number below to get in touch with ICAS or for further information:

Tel: 0808 802 3000

Our staff work extremely hard to provide you with the best possible service. Please treat them with the courtesy and respect they deserve.

We reserve the right to refuse to provide services to individuals who act in a violent, threatening or aggressive manner.

When we are closed:
When this pharmacy is closed, for any health problem advice and details of other health services, contact NHS Direct, 24 hours a day.

Call 111 or visit: www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk

PharmacyKwik,
Rear Unit, 56 Parksway,
Prestwich, Manchester,
M25 0JB
Tel: 0161 773 1456
Email: info@pharmacykwik.co.uk

GPhC Premises Registration Number: 1116209

OPENING HOURS: Monday – Friday: 9am – 8pm | Saturday: 9am – 7pm
This pharmacy is owned by: Allbro’s Pharmacy Ltd.

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Daktarin Intensiv Cream (15g Tube) by Daktarin
Daktarin Intensiv Cream (15g Tube): is a medicine which is used to treat skin infections which may appear on the feet (Athlete's Foot) or in...

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Daktarin Intensiv Cream (15g Tube): is a medicine which is used to treat skin infections which may appear on the feet (Athlete's Foot) or in the groin area (Dhobie Itch/tinea cruris). The cream rapidly relieves the itching which these fungal infections cause. It also provides long lasting protection from Athlete's Foot, as it will continue to work even after you have stopped using it.

The cream contains the active substance, ketoconazole, which works by destroying the fungi that cause the infection. If you have Athlete's Foot, the skin between your toes will be red and itchy. Your skin may flake and crack and often the infection causes an unpleasant ‘cheesy' smell. It is encouraged by moist, warm conditions and can be recognised by redness, irritation and itchiness between the toes.

Tinea cruris or Dhobie Itch is a fungal infection that occurs in the groin area and causes intense itching and inflammation (redness and soreness). In men, the skin of the scrotum is often affected.

This medicine is for use in adults and children of all ages.

 

Directions:

How to apply Daktarin Intensiv Cream 2%:

Wash the infected area and dry it well (especially between the toes). As many skin conditions are contagious, you should keep a towel and flannel for your own use and not share it so that you do not infect anyone else.

Apply the cream thinly onto the infected area and surrounding skin.

Wash your hands carefully after applying the cream to avoid spreading the infection to other parts of 

the body or to other people. Similarly, clothing which comes into contact with the infected areas, 

such as socks, should be washed and changed frequently.

For Athletes Foot (infections between the toes)

Adults and children of all ages - Rub the cream gently between the toes and surrounding area twice a day (morning and night) for 1 week.

If athlete’s foot is more severe or extensive (e.g. affecting the sole or sides of the feet), continue to 

apply the cream to the affected areas for at least 2 to 3 days after signs of infection have cleared to 

prevent them coming back.

If symptoms have not improved within 7 days talk to your doctor.

 

 

For Dhobie Itch (Jock Itch)

Adults and children of all ages - Rub the cream into the affected area once or twice daily.

Continue treatment for at least 2 to 3 days after signs of infection have cleared. Treatment may be 

necessary for up to 6 weeks. You may feel relief from symptoms quickly but it is important that you 

continue to use the cream as described to prevent them from coming back.

If symptoms have not improved within 4 weeks talk to your doctor.

 

Warnings:

Caution before using Daktarin Intensiv Cream 2%:

This medicine is suitable for most adults and children but a few people should not use it. If you are in any doubt, talk to your doctor or pharmacist. Do not use this medicine:

If you have ever had a bad reaction to any of the ingredients. If this applies to you, get advice from a doctor or pharmacist without using Daktarin Intensiv Cream.

Talk to your doctor or pharmacist:

If you are applying, or have recently applied a potent corticosteroid (a type of anti inflammatory drug e.g. betamethasone, fluocinolone or triamcinolone) to your skin, because you should not use them at the same time, or within 2 weeks of each other.

If you are a diabetic you should visit your healthcare professional for regular check ups as diabetes 

can increase the risk of foot problems.

If you are not sure about any of the medicines you are taking, show the bottle or pack to your 

pharmacist.

If you are pregnant or breast-feeding Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before using this 

medicine if you are pregnant. You can use Daktarin Intensiv Cream whilst breast-feeding. Do not 

apply to the breast while breast-feeding.

 

Special warnings about this medicine:

Do not let the cream get into your eyes. Some of the ingredients can cause problems Propylene glycol may cause skin irritation. Cetyl alcohol and stearyl alcohol may cause local skin reactions (e.g. contact dermatitis).

You should carefully read all product packaging and labels prior to use

 

Ingredients:

Daktarin Intensiv Cream 2% contains:

Ketoconazole 2% w/w. Other ingredients are: Propylene glycol, stearyl alcohol, cetyl alcohol, sorbitan stearate, polysorbate 60, polysorbate 80, isopropyl myristate, sodium sulphite (E221) and purified water.

 

Side effects:

Daktarin Intensiv Cream can have side-effects, like all medicines, although these don't affect everyone and are usually mild. If you experience any of the following, stop using the medicine and seek immediate medical help:

Uncommon (less than 1 in 100 but more than 1 in 1000 people are affected) Severe allergic reactions including peeling or blistering of the skin. If you experience any of the following, stop using the medicine and talk to your doctor: 

Common (less than 1 in 10 but more than 1 in 100 people  are affected) Itchiness or redness at the 

application site. A skin burning sensation may also occur. Uncommon: (less than 1 in 100 but more 

than 1 in 1000 people are affected) Localised eczema (dermatitis), skin rash, sticky skin, irritation, 

prickling sensation, inflammation, discomfort, dryness, bleeding or other reactions at the application 

site. 

Other effects: Urticaria also known as hives, where the skin looks blotchy with white raised wheals 

(bumps surrounded by redness).

If you experience any side-effects not included in this leaflet or are not sure about anything, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.

 


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