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  • Elisca Chloromaphenicol 0.5% Eye Drop - 10ml
Elisca Chloromaphenicol 0.5% Eye Drop - 10ml
  • Elisca Chloromaphenicol 0.5% Eye Drop - 10ml
Elisca Chloromaphenicol 0.5% Eye Drop - 10ml
  • Elisca Chloromaphenicol 0.5% Eye Drop - 10ml
Elisca Chloromaphenicol 0.5% Eye Drop - 10ml
  • Elisca Chloromaphenicol 0.5% Eye Drop - 10ml

Elisca Chloromaphenicol 0.5% Eye Drop - 10ml

Elisca Chloromaphenicol 0.5% Eye Drop - 10ml

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An antibiotic ophthalmic solution used to treat a variety of bacterial eye infections

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Chloramphenicol eye drops is used to treat bacterial eye infections. Eye infections are a common cause of conjunctivitis which causes the eye to become inflamed, feels gritty, and may water more than usual. The white of the eye may look red, and eyelids may become swollen and stuck together with a discharge when one wakes up in the morning.

Active Ingredient
Chloramphenical
Drug Strength
5mg
Drug Dispensing
OTC
Dosage Form
Eye Drops
Drug Administration
Optic Route

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