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Betnesol-N Eye/Eardrop

Betnesol-N Eye/Eardrop (Betamethasone Sodium Phosphate/Neomycin Sulphate) soothes inflammation of the eye or ear when there may also be a risk of bacterial infection.
US Brand Name Betnesol-N Eye/Eardrop
Generic Name Betamethasone/ Neomycin
Other Brand Name Betnesol-N E/E
Packing 5ml
Manufacturer GSK (Glaxo SmithKline Pharmaceuticals)
Form Ear/ Eye Drop
Strength Betamethasone 0.1 %w/v/ Neomycin 0.5 %w/v
Country India

  • 5ml Eye/Eardrop Betamethasone 0.1 %/ Neomycin 0.5 % $0.95
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Betamethasone Topical

Uses

Betamethasone Topical is used in the treatment of allergic disorders.

How it Works

Betamethasone topical is known as a corticosteroid which is an anti-inflammatory medicine. Betamethasone Topical works by reducing redness, itching, and swelling caused by various skin conditions.

Common Side effects

Patients who take Betamethasone Topical may suffer from such side effects;

Skin thinning,
Contact dermatitis

Neomycin Topical

Uses

Neomycin Topical is used in the treatment of bacterial infections and the symptoms it can cause.

How it Works

Neomycin topical is known as an antibiotic. Neomycin topical kills bacteria by inhibiting the synthesis of essential proteins. These proteins are required by the bacterial cells to carry out vital functions. By inhibiting the synthesis of these proteins, Neomycin Topical kills the bacterial cells and stops the infection from spreading.

Common Side effects

Some of the potential side effects of Neomycin Topical can include the symptoms below

Eye infection,
Skin rash,
Allergic reaction,
Itching,
Skin redness,
Fever