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Tobrex

No Prescription

A treatment with Tobrex is prescribed to patients who are suffering from bacterial eye infections.
Tobrex is a popular antibiotic that is more commonly known under its generic name of Tobramycin ophthalmic.
Tobrex is prescribed in the treatment of eye infections, especially bacterial ones.

Tobrex is an antibiotic applied to the eye to treat bacterial infections.

Side Effects

Tobrex side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Allergic reaction (closing of the throat hives difficulty breathing swelling of the tongue lips or face);
- Blurred vision;
- Burning;
- Eye redness;
- Eyelid itching;
- Eyelid swelling;
- Increased eye sensitivity to direct light;
- Irritation;
- Itching;
- Stinging;

Tobrex side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
- Lid Swelling;
- Lid Itching;
- Allergic Reactions;
- Abnormal Redness Of Eye Tissue;

Other Brand Names

In some countries Tobrex may also be known as:
- AkTob;
- Bioptic;
- Brulamycin;
- Colther;
- Cromycin;
- Distobram;
- Eyebrex;
- Fotex;
- Gotabiotic D;
- Klonamicin;
- Micitrex;
- Mytobrin;
- Nebcine;
- Obracin;
- Obry;
- Poentobral;
- Radina;
- Thilo-micine;
- Tobi;
- Tobra Gobens;
- Tobrabiotic;
- Tobra-cell;
- Tobradistin;
- Tobradosa;
- Tobragan;
- Tobra-M;
- Tobramina;
- Tobranet;
- Tobrex;
- Toflamixina;
- Trazil;
- Tuberbut;
- Xao T;
- Xibrax;
- Xolof;

Dosage.

ADULTS

Solution

If the infection is mild to moderate, place 1 or 2 drops into the affected eye(s) every 4 hours. In severe infections, place 2 drops into the eye(s) every hour until there is improvement. Then you will be instructed to use less medication before you stop using it altogether.

Ointment

If the infection is mild to moderate, apply a half-inch ribbon into the affected eye(s) 2 or 3 times per day. In severe infections, apply a half-inch ribbon into the affected eye(s) every 3 or 4 hours until there is improvement. Then use less medication before stopping altogether.

CHILDREN

Your doctor will tailor a dose for the child.
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