Where to buy Brulamycin ?
Brulamycin is a popular antibiotic that is more commonly known under its generic name of Tobramycin ophthalmic. A treatment with Brulamycin is generally indicated to patients who are suffering from bacterial eye infections.
Brulamycin is a well known antibiotic that is normally given in the treatment of eye infections, especially bacterial ones. However, Brulamycin could also serve some other purposes that have not been listed in this guide. Ask your personal physician for further information.
As Brulamycin is a category B FDA pregnancy medicine, the effects of Brulamycin on a growing fetus are not known. However, you should not take Brulamycin if you are pregnant or if you are planning to be pregnant soon without your doctor's consent. It has not been clearly established whether Brulamycin's ingredients are able to pass into the patient's breast milk. Therefore, it is not known whether a treatment with Brulamycin could harm a nursing child or not. You should refrain from taking Brulamycin if you are breastfeeding a child. Children and elderly patients are known to be more prone to developing Brulamycin's side effects.
You should ask your personal physician how and when to take each of your doses of Brulamycin. Do not disobey any of your doctor's instructions. If you fail to understand some of them, you should ask a pharmacist, a nurse or a physician for more information. Store Brulamycin in a place that is away from heat and moisture (do not keep it in the bathroom or anywhere near the kitchen sink).
Wash you hands before using these eye drops. You should not allow the dropper to touch any surface (this includes hands and eyes) because the dropper is and should remain sterile (if it gets contaminated, it could cause eye infections). If you start suffering from an eye infection or if you suspect that the dropper is no longer sterile, you should alert your doctor. Before you use Brulamycin for the first time, you should check if the Safety Strip on the bottle's front has not been broken. Even if the bottle has not been opened, there should be a gap between the cap and the bottle. In order to break the bottle's seal, you may tear the Safety Strip off. If you are currently using another type of eye drops (other drugs) you should wait for at least 10 minutes before you apply another dose. After you have taken all the doses that your doctor has indicated you, you may find some extra medicine in the bottle. This is normal, but you should not remove this extra amount of Brulamycin from the drug's bottle.
Your personal healthcare provider will calculate the correct dose of Brulamycin (the number of eye drops that you should use on a regular basis, in order to get the proper effects from your treatment with it). Do not make any alterations to the dose that your physician has indicated you without his or her consent. Remember that the correct dose of Brulamycin can (and usually does) vary from one patient to another, as it depends on the severity of the disorder, the patient's general health condition, sex, age, etc. During your treatment with Brulamycin, your personal doctor might want to sometimes change your regular dose of Brulamycin, depending on how your medical condition evolves.
Although an overdose with Brulamycin (Brulamycin) is generally unlikely to happen, if you suspect that you might be suffering from an overdose with Brulamycin or if you have ingested Brulamycin, you should seek emergency medical attention. Contact your local poison control centre at once. Inform your personal physician as soon as possible. If necessary, go to the nearest emergency room in order to receive a proper treatment for your medical condition.
In order to get the maximum benefit from your treatment with Brulamycin (Brulamycin) you ought to make sure that you use each and every one of your scheduled doses of Brulamycin at their due time. However, if you happen to miss using a dose of Brulamycin, we strongly recommend you to contact your personal health care specialist and ask him or her for further instructions (advice). You must not use double doses of Brulamycin without your personal physician's consent, as this is known to increase your risk of developing overdose with Brulamycin.
Patients who are using Brulamycin and who develop symptoms of a highly severe allergic reaction to Brulamycin (closing of the throat; hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of the tongue, lips, or face) should seek immediate medical care. Although no severe side effects are known to be triggered by a prolonged treatment with Brulamycin, most patients who use Brulamycin develop eye redness, burning, irritation, stinging, itching, eyelid itching, blurred vision, eyelid swelling, or increased eye sensitivity to direct light. Although you may continue your treatment with Brulamycin, if you develop any of these unpleasant side effects you must immediately alert your personal physician.
During your treatment with Brulamycin you should avoid using other medicines, especially other eye drops, without your personal health care provider's approval. Ask him or her for further information.
Other Brand Names
In some countries Brulamycin may also be known as:
- Gotabiotic D;
- Tobra Gobens;
- Xao T;