Primary Characterstics
Molecular Structure of Fluconazole
Fluconazole also known as diflucan, diflucan, diflucan. Fluconazole also known as diflucan, diflucan, diflucan. It is of Synthetic origin and belongs to Triazol. It belongs to Antifungal Agent, Parental pharmacological group.The Molecular Weight of Fluconazole is 306.30.
Its pKa is 2.03.

Fluconazole is primarily indicated in conditions like Adjunctive therapy without valproate, Candidiasis, Cryptcoccal meningitis, Fungal infection, Neurogenic bladder, Oropharangeal candidiasis, Parkinsonism, Pityriasis versicolor, Vaginal infections, and can also be given in adjunctive therapy as an alternative drug of choice in Bone marrow transplantation, Cryptococcal infections including meningitis, Esophagitis, Urinary tract infection.


Fluconazole is antifungal agent. Fluconazole is a substituted triazole derivetive. The requirement for intravenous administration and the toxicity of the older antifungal agents created a need for antifungal agents with a better therapeutic profile. The relatively non-toxic oral azole medications represent the first major advance in this direction. Since their introduction in the 1980s, these medications have played an increasingly important role in the systemic therapy of fungal disease.