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Indications

Soframycin is a medical product that is found under the form of eye drops. The secret of the effectiveness of Soframycin lies in the special ingredient (the active component) of Soframycin: the framycetin sulphate. This is in fact a certain type of drug that is also commonly known under the name of "aminoglycoside antibiotic". As you already probably know, antibiotics are special medicines that are widely employed in the therapy of bacterial infections.
Framycetin is able to effectively kill the harmful bacteria that cause the eye medical condition (infection) by making the bacteria secrete a number of proteins (that are called defective proteins) that are actually toxic to the foreign organism. Thus, Soframycin is a medication that can be indicated in the therapy of a wide class of eye infections that can be caused by numerous forms of bacteria. As Soframycin is applied directly in the patient's eye, the active ingredient of Soframycin is able to ensure a fast and effective response to the therapy.
Various tests have proven that patients who suffer from eye bacterial infections (for example blepharitis (infection of the eyelids), conjunctivitis, styes, corneal abrasions or infected burns) effectively respond to a treatment trial with Soframycin. Furthermore, individuals who want to prevent a potential infection that could appear once a certain foreign body is removed from their eye can also rely on the support of a therapy with Soframycin. Some physicians even consider Soframycin in the therapy of corneal ulcers (in this medical condition, the ulcers affect the cornea, the front part of the eye).

Contraindications

Soframycin has not been designed for oral intake. When you apply these eye drops (your dose of Soframycin) you should make sure that your contact lenses (if you are wearing any) are off. It is each individual's personal responsibility to make sure that the medicine's dropper remains sterile. This means that the dropper must not come into direct contact with any type of foreign object or surface (this includes your hands and your eye). This is of great importance, as a contaminated dropper will easily trigger the development of further, more severe infections.
After you have been administered your regular dose of Soframycin you might experience the temporary adverse reactions of Soframycin (including blurred vision). This is why we strongly suggest you to avoid performing any dangerous or complicated activity (this includes operating machinery and / or driving) until these effects have completely worn off. No individual who wants to make sure that his or her therapy with Soframycin will produce the needed beneficial effect is allowed to stop their treatment trial with this antibiotic without his or her physician's direct approval. This is very important, as even if the infections' signs and symptoms have cleared, the infection might not be completely cured. Only an authorized health care provider is able to tell the difference. If you stop your therapy with Soframycin without your doctor's approval you should be aware that you are more prone to developing recurrences of this disease. Furthermore, the bacterium may grow resistant to this antibiotic and you might find that a therapy with Soframycin will not be helpful any more. However, no individual is allowed to continue his or her therapy with Soframycin for longer than he or she had been initially prescribed.

Intake Guidelines

Ask your personal health care provider to give you a set of detailed instructions regarding your future prophylaxis with Soframycin. We suggest you not to disobey any of these directions.

Dosage

After your physician has become familiar with your current health status and with your personal and family medical history, he or she will be able to prescribe you an appropriate dose of Soframycin that you should use on a regular basis. You should also discuss with your personal health care provider your future dosing schedule.

Overdose

If a patient suspects that he or she might be suffering from an overdose with Soframycin they should present themselves to the nearest clinical centre in order to be given the appropriate medical care. We have no information regarding the potential symptoms that could be triggered by such a medical condition. We suggest you to refer to your personal health care provider for further information regarding this matter.

Missed Dose

A disruption in your Soframycin dosing schedule might affect the response of the infection to the therapy. Several disruptions can even turn the bacterium resistant to Soframycin's ingredients. Ask your physician what to do in case you were unable to use one or more doses of this type of eye drops at their due time.

Side Effects

Like most other medical products, a therapy with Soframycin can trigger a set of unpleasant adverse reactions that might be avoided if the patient sticks to the directions of his or her personal health care provider regarding his or her therapy with Soframycin. We now intend to present you a short list with the most common symptoms that could accompany your prophylaxis with Soframycin (Soframycin): eye irritation, eye burning, eye stinging, dermatitis, itching, and so on.

Interactions

If you are currently following a therapy with more than 1 type of eye drop or with other eye medical products (including eye ointments) you should make sure that you let 5 minutes pass before administering your dose of Soframycin. In this way, you will prevent the second medication from washing away the ingredients of the first. If you have been indicated by your physician a therapy with gels, or ointments, you should use them last.

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