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Chloramphenicol is used for treating serious infections caused by certain bacteria.
Active Ingredient: chloramphenicol
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  • What is Chloramphenicol?
    Preventing the expansion of bacteria, Chloramphenicol is primarily used for the treatment of infections. However this drug is not suitable for treating common cold, flu ,influenza on any sort of virus infection like sore throat or insignificant infections. To treat serious infections this drug is deemed of optimum worth. When all other medicines fail to work, Chloramphenicol works best. However, this drug is seen to be causing some common side Effects such as eye problem or blood problems if such problem persists for more than 3 to 4 days then the doctor should immediately be contacted. However problems like pale skin, unusual bleeding, unusual bruising, weakness, sore throat, fever, tiredness are considered to be all common symptoms which can usually be resisted. But if you find them to be growing worse with every passing moment, the medication should immediately be stopped.
    How can I use chloramphenicol eye drops?

    • You need to wash your hands before using the drops.
    • Then you need to remove the cap from the bottle.
    • Next you have to tilt your head little and pull the lower lid of your eye, pulling the eyelid downwards will form a pocket.
    • Holding the bottle overturned close to your eye, release suitable pressure on the bottle and pour one or two drops into the eye.
    • Apply second drop only when you have missed the first one.
    • To close your eyes for 1 or 2 mins press gently along the corner thus you can stop the drop from draining away from your eyes.
    • Do not apply the medicine in one eye rather you should apply it in both of your eyes, one by another.
    • If you are using single unit then after applying the medications throw it away. If not then replace the cap and keep the Drop for further usage.

    How can I use chloramphenicol eye ointment

    • When you are about to use the eye ointment you need to wash your hands.
    • Next you have to remove the cap from the tube.
    • You have to take back your head and pulling the lower lid of your eye downwards you have to form a pocket.
    • You have to apply the ointment into the pocket.
    • Using just like a kohl you have to release a thin line ointment alongside the rim of lower lid, you have to apply the eye ointment.
    • Go over the process in your other eye. 
    • When you are finished with the process, keep in mind that you have to replace the cap on the tube so that the content does not get contaminated. 

    Can chloramphenicol eye preparations cause any problem?

    Chloramphenicol drops and ointment are likely to cause mild irritation. The pain is stinging but it usually passes away. However if you are facing excruciating pain and heavy water discharge from eyes, you should definitely contact the  concerned doctor.  Often the temporary irritation continues, more than 12 hours, when it happens you should always speak with the pharmacist or the doctor for suitable advice.