Brochlor Eye Ointment 4g.

£5.60

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.

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Brochlor Eye Ointment

Brochlor Eye ointment contains a medicine called chloramphenicol. Belonging to a group of medicines called antibiotics, it works by stopping the growth of bacteria, allowing the body to fight off infection.

Brochlor eye ointment is used to treat minor infections of the eye and eye lids caused by bacteria, otherwise known as bacterial conjunctivitis. Some of the signs of infection are sore, red or inflamed eyes, with a sticky discharge or crust on the edge of the lids.

Boots Brochlor Eye Ointment

Boots have their own Boots branded brochlor eye ointment that contains the same amount of chloramphenicol. Each of the Boots Brochlor Eye Ointment is sold by the UK Limited stores and at the professional discretion of a boots pharmacist.

The only differences between Boots Brochlor Eye Ointment and the standard Brochlor ointment will be the way the box looks and how Boots handles their prescription sequencing.

Brochlor Eye Drops And Ointment Chloramphenicol

Chloramphenicol is an antibiotic and is usually available in eye drops or eye ointment. Available on prescription or to buy from pharmacies, Brochlor eye drops and ointment chloramphenicol are mainly used to treat infections of eye, such as conjunctivitis, but can sometimes also be used for ear infections.

It can also be given intravenously (directly into a vein via injection) or in capsule form. These two deliveries are almost always used for serious infections and are usually always given in hospital.

Brochlor Eye Drops and Ointment Chloramphenicol can be used by the majority of adults and children, but for children under the age of two years old, you’ll need a prescription from a doctor.

Brochlor Ointment For Conjunctivitis

Using Brochlor Ointment for conjunctivitis is its primary use. Conjunctivitis is an eye conditions that is caused by an infection or allergies. Known as red or pink eye, it typically affects both eyes and makes them:

  • Itch
  • Bloodshot
  • Burning or gritty feeling
  • Pus that sticks to the eye lashes and makes them crusty
  • Watery

Other than using treatment such as Brochlor ointment for conjunctivitis, you can follow a few simple steps to stop infectious conjunctivitis from spreading:

  • Wash your hands regularly with soap and warm water
  • Regularly wash pillows and towels/face cloths in hot water and detergent

Conjunctivitis Overview – NHS Website

Brochlor Ointment For Stye

A Stye can sometime be caused by a bacterial infection and will require an antibiotic to treat it. As well as being used to treat conjunctivitis, you can use Brochlor Ointment for stye treatment if it’s been diagnosed as a bacterial infection.

Styes are a common occurrence and should clear up by themselves within a week or two and are rarely ever a sign of something serious or sinister.

To help reduce any swelling alongside using Brochlor ointment for Stye, you can do the following:

  • Firstly, soak a clean flannel in warm water. Be sure to clean this flannel once you have finished using it.
  • Secondly, hold it against your eye for five to ten minutes.
  • Repeat this three or four times a day.

If the stye doesn’t respond to treatment or Brochlor ointment for stye doesn’t work, your doctor or GP may perform treatment themselves and do the following…

  • Using a sterilised needle, burst the stye
  • Removing the eyelashes closest to the stye
  • If your GP can no longer help you, he/she will refer you to an eye specialist in hospital

Brochlor Ointment Instructions

Below you will fine Brochlor Ointment instructions for storage, expiry dates and how to throw away the medication after treatment has concluded.

This medication should be kept out of the sight and reach of children. Do not store the tube above 25°C.

The expiry date can be found on the tube and carton, do not use it once the expiry date has passed. After five days of treatment, any eye ointment left should be thrown away. Your pharmacist will be able to give you instructions on how to properly dispose of this medication. It should not be thrown away in wastewater or household waste.

Further Brochlor Ointment Instructions and details can be found in the patient information leaflet included with every purchase.

Brochlor Ointment How To Use

Brochlor Ointment How To Use Guide:

This medication should be used exactly as shown in the patient information leaflet or as your doctor or pharmacist has told you. Any doubts should be checked with your pharmacist or doctor.

For Adults, Elderly and Children over the age of two Brochlor Ointment How to Use Guide:

About 1 cm of ointment should be put in the affected eye(s). If you are only using the eye ointment, use it three or four times a day. If using the eye drops during the day and ointment at night, put the ointment in just before going to sleep.

The length of treatment is five days; so, keep using the ointment for five days even you feel better.

The ointment should be used in the following way:

  • Always wash and dry your hands before putting the ointment in your eye.
  • Remove the cap.
  • Be cautious and make sure the nozzle of the tube does not touch your eye or the kin around the eye, as well as your fingers.
  • Using a mirror may help.
  • The nozzle of the tube should be placed close to your eye with your eyelid gently pulled downwards whilst your eye is looking up.
  • The tube should then be squeezed gently until 1 cm of ointment is between the space of the lower lid and the eye.
  • Gently close your eye for a moment.
  • If both eyes are to be treated, repeat the above instructions for the other eye.
  • The cap should then be replaced securely after treatment.

Brochlor Ointment Pil

Every purchase of a Brochlor Eye Ointment will include a Brochlor Ointment Pil (Patient information leaflet). This contains everything you need to know about the medication, including what it is, the ingredients it contains, possible side effects and how to use it.

If for some reason your purchase doesn’t include a Brochlor Ointment Pil (Patient information leaflet) you can download and print one off one for yourself by clicking the link below.

Brochlor Eye Ointment – Patient Information Leaflet PDF

Brochlor Ointment Boots

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Brochlor Eye Ointment Price

My Pharmacy currently offers the following Brochlor Eye Ointment price as of 26/08/2020, the following prices may change in the future.

Brochlor Eye Ointment 4g, £5.60 per box

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Side Effects

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

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