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Maxitrol

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Indications

Maxitrol is a drug with generic name of Neomycin. Maxitrol is a kind of antibiotics that belongs to the class of drugs called aminoglycosides. Maxitrol destroys the wide variety of bacteria in the human body by binding itself to components in the bacterial cell that results in the production of abnormal proteins. Maxitrol (Neomycin) is in a form of an eye drop.
Maxitrol is indicated to treat inflammatory conditions of the eye, where the bacterial infection is likely to be present. Maxitrol may also be indicated for purposes not mentioned here.

Contraindications

Avoid prolong use of Maxitrol. Maxitrol may damage your clear vision. Prolonged application of Maxitrol to the eye may lead to an increase in the pressure inside the eye, glaucoma, damage to the optic nerve or the formation of cataracts. Maxitrol is not to be taken by mouth.
Maxitrol should not be indicated to treat an eye infection not diagnosed by your doctor. Maxitrol, when indicated in the wrong application can cause eye blindness. Do not wear contact lenses during treatment with Maxitrol.
Maxitrol is strictly not advised for use in the following conditions:
- Eye conditions producing puns;
- Fungal infections of the eye;
- Tuberculosis infections affecting the eye;
- Viral infections of the eye;

Use Maxitrol with extreme caution in children and in individuals who have shown hypersensitivity reactions to similar antibiotics such as Gentamicin, Kanamycin, and Framycetin.
Before you use Maxitrol, inform your doctor first if you have an allergic reaction to one or any of the Maxitrol drug's components or ingredients. Tell also your doctor if you have experience this allergic reactions previously. Stop using Maxitrol immediately if you found out that you have allergic reactions to Maxitrol and inform your doctor as soon as possible.
There is no adequate information on the safety and usefulness of Maxitrol on pregnant women. Exercise extreme caution in dealing Maxitrol medication on pregnant women. Maxitrol may cause severe damage to an unborn baby. Consult your doctor first before you take Maxitrol if you are pregnant or could become pregnant during the treatment period.
It is not known whether Maxitrol passes into the breast milk of nursing woman and thus may cause unwanted effects to the mother and to the nursing infant. Consult you doctor first before you use Maxitrol medicine if you are breast-feeding a baby.

Intake Guidelines

Follow exactly as what your doctor directed you. Do not deviate from any one of its instructions on ways of taking Maxitrol medicine. You may get the most appropriate data from any health care professional such as to your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist.

Dosage

Obtain your Maxitrol dosage from your doctor. Dosage of Maxitrol may vary from person to person.

Overdose

There is no sufficient data provided on Maxitrol overdose. However, seek for an immediate medical attention if you suspect an overdose of Maxitrol medication or if you feel any unusual effects of Maxitrol drug.

Missed Dose

Immediately take the missed dose of Maxitrol medication as soon as you remember. However, if it is time for your next Maxitrol dose, skip the missed one and take your regular scheduled dose of Maxitrol medicine. It is important not to take a double dose of Maxitrol medication.

Side Effects

As any other drugs or medicines do, Maxitrol may also entail several severe and less severe side effects to an individual. Side effects that are known to be associated with Maxitrol are as follows:
- Burning sensation;
- Cataracts or partial loss of vision due to opacity in the lens of the eye;
- Dermatitis or inflammation of the skin;
- Increased pressure within the eye;
- Irritation;
- Pruritus or itching;
- Stinging;

Other side effects of Maxitrol not listed above may also occur. Ask your doctor for further information. Also, consult you doctor if you feel that these side effects remains and does not go or if you feel any other unusual or bothersome side effects.

Interactions

There are no significant data provided on drugs that may interact with the function of Maxitrol. However, consult your doctor first before you use any other drugs or medication together with Maxitrol. These drugs may just worsen your condition or may entail you several severe side effects.

Other Brand Names

In some countries Maxitrol may also be known as:
- Bykomycin;
- Concatag;
- Cysto-Myacyne N;
- Dermomicin;
- Dexamethasone;
- Myacyne;
- Nemicina;
- Neo POM;
- Neoate;
- Neocina;
- Neo-fradin;
- Neogecim;
- Neom;
- Neomas;
- Neosulf;
- Nivemycin;
- Siguent Neomycin;
- Uro-Nebacetin N;
- Vagicillin;

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