Soframycin (Actilin and Actiline) Side Effects, Indications, Interactions, Dose Prescribing Information

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What is Soframycin (Actilin and Actiline)?

Framycetin is an antibiotic of the aminoglycoside class similar to neomycin. Like neomycin, it has poor systemic absorption. It is used in topical preparations for infections of the skin, nose, ears, and eyes, often in combination with other antibacterial drugs and corticosteroids. Soframycin Skin cream a quality product by Aventis pharma Pvt. Limited. The ointment is used to apply on minor open wounds or skin diseases. The cream is very effective and heals the wound in just 3-4 days if use on a regular basis. The cream doesn’t burn like most other ointments but is very effective and is better than most of the other skin cream used at our house.

Indication/Contraindication for use of Soframycin (Actilin and Actiline)

  • Blepharitis.
  • Conjunctivitis.
  • Styes of bacterial origin.
  • Hypersensitivity.

Side Effects of Soframycin (Actilin and Actiline)

Transient irritation.

Dosage and Prescribing Information for Soframycin (Actilin and Actiline)

1-2 drops 3-4 times daily. 1 application of ointment at bed time.

Precautions while prescribing Soframycin (Actilin and Actiline)

Discontinue if irritation persists.


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