Brochlor Eye Ointment
- Brochlor Eye Ointment treats acute bacterial conjunctivitis.
- The conjunctiva is a transparent layer that covers the inner eyelid and white part of the eye.
- An infection can lead to conjunctivitis, redness and a gritty feeling in the eye.
- Allergies can also cause the same symptoms.
£5.60 – £8.99
What is Brochlor Eye Ointment used for?
Brochlor Eye Ointment treats acute bacterial conjunctivitis. The conjunctiva is a transparent layer that covers the inner eyelid and white part of the eye. An infection can lead to conjunctivitis, redness and a gritty feeling in the eye. Allergies can also cause the same symptoms.
How do I use Brochlor Eye Ointment
You should apply a small amount of ointment in the affected eye 3-4 times daily for 5 days
Do not use this ointment if you are allergic to chloramphenicol or anything else in the ointment If you do not get better within 48 hours talk to a doctor If your eyes get worse see a doctor straight away After 5 days, throw away any ointment left KEEP OUT OF THE SIGHT AND REACH OF CHILDREN
One Pack(s), Two Pack(s)
Transient burning or stinging sensations may occur with the use of chloramphenicol eye ointment. Serious side effects include hypersensitivity reactions that may manifest as angioneurotic oedema, anaphylaxis, urticaria, fever, and vesicular and maculopapular dermatitis. Treatment must be discontinued immediately in such cases.
Bone marrow suppression, including the idiosyncratic type of irreversible and fatal aplastic anaemia that is recognized to occur with systemic therapy, has been reported in association with topical administration of chloramphenicol.
The adverse reactions reported are tabulated below, classified by system organ class and ordered by descending order of severity
For the patient information leaflet