Soframycin - Uses - Dosages - Side Effects - Precautions

Soframycin: Frequently Asked Questions Answered

What is Soframycin?

Soframycin is an antibiotic used to treat infections caused by several types of bacteria such as Haemophilus influenzae, Streptococcus pneumoniae, and Staphylococcus aureus. Soframycin is in a class of medications called aminoglycosides. It is used in the treatment of various types of ear and eye infections. Soframycin comes in a prefilled syringe Soframycin injection contains gentamicin and is usually given by injection.

What are the uses of Soframycin?

Soframycin is used to prevent bacterial infection in patients with artificial heart valves and certain congenital heart defects and treat breathing, skin and wound infections, arthritis, bone and joint infections, endocarditis, and other bacterial infections. It can be used in combination with other antibiotics. Soframycin prevents bacteria from growing or reproducing by killing the bacteria. Soframycin can be used both to prevent infection in people who have artificial joints or heart valves.

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What are the side effects of Soframycin?

Soframycin can cause life-threatening heart rhythm disturbances, permanent hearing loss, and tingling or numbness in the arms and legs. It can also cause diarrhea and vomiting. Soframycin may cause one to be sunburned quicker, and will not work for colds, flu, or other viral infections. It should not be used to treat fungal infections like ringworm. Soframycin lowers blood pressure, so use caution if you take Soframycin with other drugs that lower blood pressure. Soframycin injection comes with patient instructions for safe and effective use. Soframycin is not approved for children under six months of age.

What is Soframycin

Uses of Soframycin

Side effects of Soframycin


Frequently Asked Questions about Soframycin

1. Can Soframycin be used for itching?

Soframycin cream should be used only if the infection is considered to be caused by bacteria; otherwise, it should not be used. The use is purely intended for bacterial purposes and should not be used in case of fungal infections of the skin like ringworm etc.

2. Can Soframycin be used for burns?

Yes, as an antibiotic Soframycin skin cream is beneficial in the treatment of bacterial skin infections. It can be used to treat infected cuts, wounds, and minor burns.

3. Is Soframycin good for pimples?

No, Soframycin skin cream 30 gm should not be used for anything other than the symptoms listed. It would be preferable if you avoided using it on your face, as the skin on your face is particularly fragile and sensitive.

4. Can Soframycin be used for piles?

No, this medication does not work against piles. Piles are a disorder that causes swelling and inflammation in the anal area and lumps and tears.

5. Where do I apply Soframycin skin cream?

The cream should only be applied to the skin. It should be applied to the affected area of the skin in accordance with your doctor's instructions and timetable. The medicine can also be utilized in a variety of conditions when germs have contaminated a skin lesion, ear, eye infection, or otitis externa.

6. Does Soframycin work on fungal infection?

Soframycin skin cream 30 gm acts by reducing bacterial protein production, which is required for bacterial monitoring. As a result, it causes the bacterial cell to die. It is ineffective against fungal or viral infections, and it should not be used on open wounds.

7. Can we apply Soframycin on private parts?

Soframycin cream, a yeast infection medication that is safe to use on the vaginal surface, should be used. Many Clotrimazole lotions, including Candid, are entirely safe for vaginal usage.

8. Can we apply Soframycin in the ear?

If you have an eardrum hole, do not use Soframycin in your ear (tympanic membrane). If you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant, do not take Soframycin. Soframycin, like most aminoglycosides, is not recommended for usage during pregnancy.

9. Are Neomycin and Soframycin the same?

Soframycin is mostly used topically and is poorly absorbed. This medication can produce nephrotoxicity and ototoxicity when administered parenterally. Neomycin Sulfate is the sulfate salt version of neomycin, an antibacterial aminoglycoside antibiotic produced from Streptomyces fradiae.

10. Is Soframycin safe?

Soframycin is safe if used for the intended use on the skin and specific ailments. It should be used in case of bacterial infections, NOT fungal.

11. Can I use Soframycin cream for pimples?

No, Soframycin is not used to cure pimples. You should use the cream only for the condition your doctor prescribed you.

12. How long should I use Soframycin?

It depends on your condition. Your doctor must guide you regarding this. Always follow the prescribed dose for using Soframycin cream.

13. What happens if I use an expired Soframycin ?

It is advised to check the manufacturing and expiry date of any medicine before using it. In case, if you have missed it and consumed an expired Soframycin then immediately wash it out, also consult your doctor for any confusion.

14. What should I do if I miss using Soframycin on time?

If you forget to apply Soframycin at your prescribed time then do it as soon as possible if it is not too late. Or if it is already closer to your next scheduled time.

15. How long Soframycin cream takes time to work?

Soframycin generally starts working shortly but any medicine always works depending on the conditions. Within a few days, you can see the result and feel good.

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