Without a Prescription
Tobramycin is a drug combination between Tobramycin and Dexamethasone (a corticosteroid and an antibiotic). Tobramycin comes in 3 dosage forms: Ointment (U. S.), Ophtalmic, and Suspension (eye drops). Tobramycin is a drug that has been successfully prescribed in the treatment of several dangerous eye disorders, and has managed to prevent irreparable eye damage.
Tobramycin is normally prescribed in the treatment of some severe eye disorders. You should not start a treatment with Tobramycin without your doctor's consent.
Less common side effects of Tobramycin are: - Eye redness; - Swelling and itching of eyelid;;
Other rare side effects are: - Blurred vision loss of vision; - Eye pain delayed wound healing;;
There are other side effects that have not been listed here that might occur. Inform your doctor if you experience anything unusual.
In some countries Tobramycin may also be known as: - Decadron; - Degabina; - Dexalaf; - Dexalergin; - Dexameral; - Dexatotal; - Duo Decadron; - Gotabiotic D; - Ingedex; - Isopto Maxidex; - Nexadron; - Rupedex; - Sedesterol; - Trofinan; - Dexmethsone; - Dexabene; - Aacidexam; - Dexa-Sine; - Cortitop; - Decadronal; - Deflaren; - Dexacilin; - Dexagreen; - Dexametonal; - Dexaminor; - Dexazona; - Dexazen; - Dexmene; - Topidexa; - Uni Dexa; - Baycuten; - Dexaltin; - Dexapos; - Oftan Dexa; - Kaarmepakkaus; - Afpred-DEXA; - Dectancyl; - Dexa Loscon mono; - Dexa-Allvoran; - Dexa-clinit; - Dexa-Effekton; - Dexa-Rhinospray Mono; - Dexabeta; - Dexamonozon; - Dexagalen; - Lipotalon; - Solutio Cordes Dexa N; - Spersadex; - Dexacollyre; - Iriniozol; - Millicortenol; - Etacortilen; - Wymesone; - Luxazone; - Visumetazone; - Dexicar; - Indarzona-N; - Lergosin; - Reusan; - Migradexan; - Dexafree; - Dexapolcort; - Dexona-D; - Oftan Dexamethason; - Dalamon; - Inyectable; - Mephamesone; - Decaspray; - DexPak; - Decobel; - Maradex;