Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml
Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml belongs to the class of ‘antibiotics’ used to treat inflammation associated with bacterial eye infections. It treats eye infections like conjunctivitis (infected conjunctiva) and other inflammatory conditions after eye surgery.
Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml is a combination of two medicines: Moxifloxacin (antibiotic) and Dexamethasone (steroid). Moxifloxacin is an antibiotic that stops bacteria from making a copy of their genetic material (DNA), thereby killing and stopping the growth of bacterial infection. Dexamethasone is a steroid that reduces inflammation and symptoms associated with infection such as redness and irritation by inhibiting the natural substance like prostaglandins that cause inflammation. Thus together Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml prevents spread of redness, allergies, inflammation and bacterial infection in the eyes.
You should use this medicine as prescribed by your doctor. The common side-effects of Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml are application site burning/stinging sensation or redness and temporary blurred vision. While using eye drops, if swelling or sensitivity to light occurs, wash your eyes thoroughly with cold water after 15 minutes. If the condition does not improve, consult your doctor immediately.
Do not use Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml if you are allergic to Moxifloxacin, Dexamethasone, or any contents of it. Before taking Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml, inform your doctor if you have fungal infections, viral infections such as viral infection of the conjunctiva or cornea of an eye, herpes simplex or varicella, or parasitic infections such as amoebiasis. Do not use Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml if you have tuberculosis, damaged cornea, ulceration, lesions with incomplete formation of the covering tissue, and increased pressure inside the eye.
Bacterial eye infections.
Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml is a combination of two medicines: Moxifloxacin and Dexamethasone. Moxifloxacin is a fluoroquinolone antibiotic that acts by interfering with the formation of essential proteins required for bacterial growth. Dexamethasone is a steroid medicine that has anti-inflammatory properties and acts by inhibiting the chemicals such as prostaglandins that cause inflammation. It also reduces symptoms associated with infection such as redness and irritation.
Before taking Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml, inform your doctor if you have vision problems, severe pain in the eye, glaucoma (raised pressure in the eye), eye injury or eye surgery, or using any other eye drops or eye ointment. Inform your doctor immediately if you notice swelling or weight gain around the trunk or in the face, as it may be a sign of Cushing’s syndrome (high levels of cortisol in the body). Do not use eye drops for longer than recommended by your doctor as it may suppress adrenal gland function and may increase the risk of cataracts (clouding of the eye). Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml should be not be used in the skin conditions like herpes simplex virus infection, or other viral eye infections.
Drug-Drug Interaction: Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml may interact with other antibiotics, antiviral or anti-HIV (ritonavir, cobicistat).
Drug-Food Interaction: No interactions were found.
Drug-Disease Interaction: Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml should not be used in patients with fungal infections, viral infections such as herpes simplex or varicella, or parasitic infections such as amoebiasis, tuberculosis, damaged cornea, ulceration, and glaucoma (increased pressure inside the eye).
It is advisable to avoid alcohol intake while using Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml as it may affect your ability to fight infections.
Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml is a category C medicine. Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml may cause some side effects to the unborn baby or fetus, so it should not be used in pregnant women.
Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml should be used with caution in breastfeeding mothers.
Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml may cause vision problems. However, it will be mild and temporary in nature. So, it is advisable to avoid driving until your vision clears.
Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml can be used for treating eye infections in patients with liver diseases.
Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml can be used for treating eye infections in patients with kidney diseases.
Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml should be used with caution in children. It is not recommended for use in newborns.
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Bacterial eye infections: These are the common eye problems seen in a primary care setting. The common bacterial eye infections are conjunctivitis, stye, or keratitis. Conjunctivitis (pink eye) is the inflammation or infection of the conjunctiva (white part of the eye) and the inner eyelid. It is a highly contagious infection that is spread by secretions of the eye. Symptoms include redness, itchy, and discharge or crusting around the eye. A stye, a bump on the eyelid, is also a common eye condition. Keratitis, inflammation of the cornea, occurs due to frequent contact lenses, injury, diabetes, or surgery.
Rotomox-D Eye Drops 5Ml
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