Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 012813/002.

Names and composition

"BLEPHAMIDE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of PREDNISOLONE ACETATE and SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
012813/002 BLEPHAMIDE PREDNISOLONE ACETATE; SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM SUSPENSION/OPHTHALMIC 0.2% and 10%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
010210/001 METIMYD PREDNISOLONE ACETATE; SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM SUSPENSION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.5% and 10%
010210/002 METIMYD PREDNISOLONE ACETATE; SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM OINTMENT/OPHTHALMIC 0.5% and 10%
012813/002 BLEPHAMIDE PREDNISOLONE ACETATE; SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM SUSPENSION/OPHTHALMIC 0.2% and 10%
087547/001 ISOPTO CETAPRED PREDNISOLONE ACETATE; SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM SUSPENSION/OPHTHALMIC 0.25% and 10%
087748/001 BLEPHAMIDE S.O.P. PREDNISOLONE ACETATE; SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM OINTMENT/OPHTHALMIC 0.2% and 10%
087771/001 CETAPRED PREDNISOLONE ACETATE; SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM OINTMENT/OPHTHALMIC 0.25% and 10%
088007/001 PREDSULFAIR PREDNISOLONE ACETATE; SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM SUSPENSION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.5% and 10%
088032/001 PREDSULFAIR PREDNISOLONE ACETATE; SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM OINTMENT/OPHTHALMIC 0.5% and 10%
088059/001 PREDAMIDE PREDNISOLONE ACETATE; SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM SUSPENSION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.5% and 10%
088089/001 SULPHRIN PREDNISOLONE ACETATE; SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM SUSPENSION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.5% and 10%
088791/001 VASOCIDIN PREDNISOLONE ACETATE; SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM OINTMENT/OPHTHALMIC 0.5% and 10%
088837/001 PREDSULFAIR II PREDNISOLONE ACETATE; SULFACETAMIDE SODIUM SUSPENSION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.2% and 10%

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Answered questions

Have a rx for blephamide oint for some dermatitis on my eyelid, it is so expensive, is there anyother product?
Asked by Colette Ure 1 year ago.

first of all, you should NOT use any eye shadow while your eyelids are broken out from previous use of an eye shadow. that's kind of a "DUH!" Second, if you have problems with Almay you shold probably not use any other brand. I have very sensitive skin on my lips and have trouble with lipsticks other than Almay and occassionally will find an Almay one that irritates my lips. The discomfort of the reaction is enough to teach me not to use it again. Hope you figure out the same! Answered by Latia Furr 1 year ago.


Has anyone ever had to use, Blephamide Eye Ointment All, for a bacterial eye infection?
My Dr, just gave me a prescription, for this Ointment for a bacterial infection in my eye! Haven't used it yet! If any of you have used it, can you please tell me, #1 Was it painful when you put it in your eye(s)?#2 What were the results when you used it? #3 Did it work and clear up the infection or make it... Asked by Marion Pimple 1 year ago.

My Dr, just gave me a prescription, for this Ointment for a bacterial infection in my eye! Haven't used it yet! If any of you have used it, can you please tell me, #1 Was it painful when you put it in your eye(s)?#2 What were the results when you used it? #3 Did it work and clear up the infection or make it worse? Thanks Everyone! Answered by Lelia Coop 1 year ago.

i had pink eye a couple years ago and was on this. i subsequently gave it to all my friends, so i had to put it in their eyes too. yes, disgusting. it's tough to put in your own eyes because it's an ointment. have someone else do it for you or it'll end up all over your face. i didn't find that it hurt, just felt a little weird. it worked well... for all of us. :) Answered by Sha Heelan 1 year ago.

Blephamide Eye Ointment Answered by Samuel Cilibrasi 1 year ago.

RE: Has anyone ever had to use, Blephamide Eye Ointment All, for a bacterial eye infection? My Dr, just gave me a prescription, for this Ointment for a bacterial infection in my eye! Haven't used it yet! If any of you have used it, can you please tell me, #1 Was it painful when you put it in your eye(s)?#2 What were the results when you used it? #3 Did it work and clear up the... Answered by Karleen 1 year ago.


Is my conjunctivitis gone?
I used the eyedrop medicine they gave me twice a day for like more than a month, though I was instructed to use it 4x a day for a week. I stopped using it for about 3 weeks now and I haven't woken up with eyes sealed shut yet, but my eyes do get a bit of yellow crust around them in the morning, but minimal.... Asked by Deann Robida 1 year ago.

I used the eyedrop medicine they gave me twice a day for like more than a month, though I was instructed to use it 4x a day for a week. I stopped using it for about 3 weeks now and I haven't woken up with eyes sealed shut yet, but my eyes do get a bit of yellow crust around them in the morning, but minimal. I'm unsure if my conjunctivitis is gone yet (my eyes are still vein-y, but maybe that's the consequence of using the eyedrops so much). I don't want to go to the eye doctor and pay for them to say I don't have conjunctivitis, but I'm unsure if it's gone yet. Is it? Answered by Randee Holbein 1 year ago.

It's blepharo-conjunctivitis, probably on an allergic basis. Blephamide eye drops will take care of it. Answered by Santana Roesser 1 year ago.


Would you seek a dermatologist?......?
My scalp is dryer than a desert. It constantly flakes and itches slightly. I pay significant attention to my scalp and have tried everything, including warm oil treatments (olive oil). I sought my dermatologist once and she stated it could be related to my egzema. Not only that, but my upper eyelids are very dry... Asked by Kim Phillip 1 year ago.

My scalp is dryer than a desert. It constantly flakes and itches slightly. I pay significant attention to my scalp and have tried everything, including warm oil treatments (olive oil). I sought my dermatologist once and she stated it could be related to my egzema. Not only that, but my upper eyelids are very dry and slightly flakey as well. This happened once before and lasted a few months. I'm sure the Winter plays a huge factor. I have Blemphamide on the way to help with my eyelids, but my scalp is killing me. I've tried everything, EXCEPT cutting my hair shorter, which I'm going to do today. My hair currently is fairly long. Answered by Eleni Auther 1 year ago.

It appears that you either have seborrheic dermatitis or psoriasis. In either case, your dermatologist can prescribe a solution to use on your scalp at night to help control the problem. And, your Blephamide is a wonderful product for you to use around your eyes to control it there. Answered by Edythe Sub 1 year ago.


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