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Cortisporin Eye Oint 3g
Cortisporin Eye Oint 3g is used to treat the signs associated with tropical infections, such as itching, swelling, and inflammation. It is only used to treat bacterial infections.
- The combination of medicine includes neomycin.
- bacitracin and polymyxin, which are antibiotics that are effective in stopping the development of bacteria.
- Hydrocortisone is an anti-inflammatory corticosteroid, which functions to reduce itching and swelling.
Side Effects Of Cortisporin Eye Oint 3g
- erythema (redness iof skin)
- hypo pigmentation
- various skin reactions
- tightening of skin
- adrenal suppression
- hypersensitivity reactions.
- If you experience any of these symptoms for a long period of time, consult your doctor immediately.
When not to use
This medications is contraindicated in monotherapy in primary bacterial infections such as impetigo (contagious skin infection),
- paronychia (nail infection),
- erysipelas (bacterial infection), and various other skin infections,
- treatment of rosacea (redness of skin),
- widespread plaque psoriasis,
- perianal or genital pruritis (unpleasant sensation on skin) and pruritis without inflammation.
How To Use
- Don’t wear contacts during the time you’re taking this medication.
- Make sure to sterilize your the lenses in accordance with the directions of the manufacturer and make sure to consult with your doctor prior to wearing contact lenses again.
- For applying to apply the eye eye ointment, wash your hands first.
- To avoid contamination, you must be sure not to touch the tube’s edge or allow it to contact the inside of your the eye.
- Reverse your head to look upwards, and then lift the lower eyelid to create the pouch.
- Put a 1/2-inch (1.5 millimeters) length of the ointment in the pouch by pressing the tube lightly.
- Close your eyes and roll the eyeball all around to distribute the medication.
- Make sure you don’t blink and avoid rubbing the eye.
- Repeat these steps for the other eye if you are directed to do so.
- Clean the edge of the tube with a clean , dry tissue to eliminate any medication before refilling it.
- Apply the ointment as often as recommended by your physician.
- Be cautious when taking Cortisporin 3g Ointment in the absence of the approval of your doctor.
- Be sure to share the medical information you have, specifically of liver diseases, certain thyroid diseases, hormonal disorders and kidney diseases, with your physician prior to using this medication.
- Tell your doctor if are in any way allergic or sensitive to the ingredient in Cortisporin 3g Ointment.
- Make a complete list of all the items (including herbal and allopathic) with your physician.
- Don’t take an excessive dose of Cortisporin 3g to get quick relief.
- Don’t drink alcohol while taking Cortisporin 3g.
- Do not drive after taking Cortisporin 3g.
- Don’t chew or chew Cortisporin 3g Ointment. Take the entire bottle.
- Talk to your doctor prior to making use of Cortisporin 3g Ointment if are nursing or pregnant.