Neo-Dex Coupon and Discount

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Neo-Dex Overview
Drug Name: Neo-Dex
Generic Name(s): neomycin/dexamethasone ophthalmic
Drug Class: Aminoglycoside antibiotic/corticosteroid combinations
Treats: Bacterial conjunctivitis

Neo-Dex is an antibiotic which is usually used for treating bacterial infections. It is also a steroid that is used for treating the inflammation that is related with the infections of the eye caused by bacterial infections. You should not use Neo-Dex if you are allergic to any ingredient in it.

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  • Neo-Dex Uses

    Neo-Dex is an antibiotic which is mainly used for treating bacterial infections. Neomycin and dexamethasone ophthalmic is a steroid which is used for treating the inflammation that is usually associated with the infection of the eyes that are commonly caused by bacteria. Neo-Dex is also used for treating uveitis and bacterial conjunctivitis and also blepharitis whereby they are all bacterial infections of the eye. Neo-Dex is also used for treating keratoconjunctivitis and also keratitis. Neo-Dex may also be used for treating other conditions other than the listed above, but only the doctor has the authority to determine that.

    • Bacterial infections
    • Eye infections
  • Neo-Dex Dosage

    Dosage of Neo-Dex depends on the individual and the condition being treated. It is always very important to follow all the instructions given to you by the doctor during the prescription or you can use the information that is written on the leaflet that comes handy with Neo-Dex. If you have a case of an overdose, you should make a point of contacting your doctor as soon as possible to avoid serious and dangerous side effects. If you miss a dose of Neo-Dex, make sure you take as soon as possible and if it is almost time for the next dose you can skip the missed dose and go back to your usual schedule. Below you will find a typical dosage of Neo-Dex.

    • The usual adult dose for the eye infection is 1 to 2 drops into the conjunctival sac every hour during the day and every 2 hours during the night.
    • The maintenance dose should be 1 drop into the conjunctival sac every 4 hours or 3 to 4 times daily.
  • Neo-Dex Side Effects

    Just like all other drugs, Neo-Dex too has its side effects which vary with an individual. Some of these side effects caused by Neo-Dex are minor that they do not require medical attention while others can be bothersome and severe to an extent of requiring medical attention. If any of these side effects occur to you while you are using Neo-Dex, you should consult a doctor with immediate effect. Below are some of the side effects; note that this is not a complete list of all the side effects.

    • burning
    • stinging
    • irritation
    • itching
    • swelling of the eyelid
    • sensitivity to light
    • blurred vision
    • redness
    • eyelid swelling
  • Neo-Dex Interactions

    Like any drug, Neo-Dex may interact with other drugs and substances. It is advisable to inform your doctor if you are taking any other drug prior to the prescription.This helps in preventing very serious and dangerous drug interactions which can be sometimes life threatening. Note that before a drug is approved to be an interaction, it has to go through a series of tests and scrutiny. Neo Dex has a total of 7 drugs with 20 brand and generic names to interact with. These interactions are moderate in terms of clinical significance. Note that this is not a complete list of the interactions.