NEOMYCIN AND POLYMYXIN B SULFATES AND HYDROCORTISONE Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 062423/001.

Names and composition

"NEOMYCIN AND POLYMYXIN B SULFATES AND HYDROCORTISONE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of HYDROCORTISONE and NEOMYCIN SULFATE and POLYMYXIN B SULFATE.

Answered questions

Shelf life of neomycin and polymyxin b sulfates and hydrocortisone otic suspension usp?
Asked by Velma Powers 4 months ago.

The actual expiration date should be printed on the bottle. That expiration date is for an unopened bottle. Once the bottle seal has been opened, the contents are no longer sterile and have been exposed to the environment, which over time leads to deterioration and decreased effectiveness. Each state's pharmacy board determines whether a discard date is required on the prescription label. Most states mandate 1 year (or less). This is an arbitary date although it is based on studies that have shown that regardless of storage conditions most drugs will still be potent after one year. However, this is for the most stable dosage forms, tablets and capsules. Sterile ear or eye drops are less stable once opened and some manufacturers suggest discarding 3 to 6 months after opening. Hope this helps. Rick the pharmacist Answered by Gala Socha 4 months ago.

It can feel like your ear is blocked for a while but it should feel that way for a long time. The recommended amount is 3 drops. If it's too much then that would explain the blocked feeling. It is also possible that the liquid lodged somewhere instead of going directly into the canal since not all ear canals are straight. You can try gently pulling the earlobe to straighten the ear canal. And it's important to clean your ear prior to putting the medicine. If the blockage really bothers you, you can insert a clean cotton bud inside your ear & it can immediately absorb any fluid inside. Also sleeping with the affected ear pointing downwards can help. If all else fail, see your doctor. Answered by Han Doonan 4 months ago.

Neomycin And Polymyxin Answered by Mariann Hosler 4 months ago.

Typically one year because they begin to break down after that. Answered by Viola Thorner 4 months ago.


What is neomycin and polymyxin B sulfates and hydrocortisone?
what is normal dosage and what is it used for? Asked by Clarine Betzold 4 months ago.

Neomycin and Polymixin B sulfates are OTC topical antibiotics; hydrocortisone is an OTC antinflammatory. These medications are often found together in cream and/or unguent form. They are used to prevent infection in minor cuts, abrasions, superficial burns, insect bites, etc. They are to be applied to the affected area 2-to-3 times a day; if condition doesn't improve within 5 days or seems to get worse, you should discontinue use and consult a physician. Answered by Olen Yuska 4 months ago.

Both are used for the treatment and healing of skin injuries and problems. Neomycin and polymyxin B sulfates are antibiotics found in cremes, gels and lotions to help heal topical cuts, scrapes and bruises. They help stop infections from developing while the skin injury heals. Hydrocortisone, on the other hand, is a topical steroid used in a creme, lotion or gel to help aggravated, swollen, itchy or allergic skin reactions to calm down so they can heal. Often used to treat topical psoriasis and eczema. Answered by Elna Seydel 4 months ago.

neo & polymyxin are topical antibiotics for skin injuries, hydrocortisone is for itching Answered by Ethelyn Novembre 4 months ago.

My daughter gets at least three ear infections per year. We always receive a prescription for this, as an antibiotic and pain relief. Answered by Pamelia Tanski 4 months ago.


Neomycin and polymyxin b sulfates and hydrocortisone otic suspension?
Can this be used as a medicine for pink eye? Asked by Jennifer Hovell 4 months ago.

No, the "otic" part means it's intended for your ear (to treat an ear infection). Don't use this in your eye. Neomycin and polymyxin B sulfates are antibiotics. Hydrocortisone is a corticosteroid anti-inflammatory. If you have conjunctivitis (pinkeye) it's best to see a physician and get an optic (eye) solution. Answered by Rubye Hoopes 4 months ago.

It can feel like your ear is blocked for a while but it should feel that way for a long time. The recommended amount is 3 drops. If it's too much then that would explain the blocked feeling. It is also possible that the liquid lodged somewhere instead of going directly into the canal since not all ear canals are straight. You can try gently pulling the earlobe to straighten the ear canal. And it's important to clean your ear prior to putting the medicine. If the blockage really bothers you, you can insert a clean cotton bud inside your ear & it can immediately absorb any fluid inside. Also sleeping with the affected ear pointing downwards can help. If all else fail, see your doctor. Answered by Marquetta Salvadore 4 months ago.


Can I use neomycin and polymyxin b sulfates and hydrocortisone otic solution, usp on my 4 year old beagel.?
My 4 year old beagle has an ear infection only on his left ear and I have an ear medicine that was for my son, (NEO/POLY/HC 1% and would like to know if I can use it? Thank you. Asked by Wilson Gilberg 4 months ago.

People meds are too strong for dogs. And some (like aspirin) can kill your pup. NEVER use people meds on dogs unless you KNOW what you're doing!! Answered by Carmen Hasegawa 4 months ago.


Question about ear drops called neomycin and polymyxin B sulfates and hydrocortisone?
I went to the doctor because I had a blind pimple in my ear but wanted to make sure there was no infection.... The nurse noticed a little swelling and ear wax build up.... The nurse gave me neomycin and polymyxin B sulfates and hydrocortisone ear drops.... My ear was fine until I used the drops.... I used the first... Asked by Chasidy Melendy 4 months ago.

I went to the doctor because I had a blind pimple in my ear but wanted to make sure there was no infection.... The nurse noticed a little swelling and ear wax build up.... The nurse gave me neomycin and polymyxin B sulfates and hydrocortisone ear drops.... My ear was fine until I used the drops.... I used the first drops last night at 10:00 p.m. and my ear has been blocked since... It feels like there could be water in there and I have done everything to get it out... My question is has this happened to anyone?? Is this normal with ear drops??? Any more suggestions on how to get the water out and this blockage to go away??? I can't hear out of my ear Answered by Bridgett Belisle 4 months ago.

yes, its normal but if you still feel that blocking after few hours then please do consult that nurse again. in the mean time just clean slowly your ears with ear bud to absorb that liquid. Answered by Odell Graeser 4 months ago.

Hydrocortisone Ear Drops Answered by Vince Nottage 4 months ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Question about ear drops called neomycin and polymyxin B sulfates and hydrocortisone? I went to the doctor because I had a blind pimple in my ear but wanted to make sure there was no infection.... The nurse noticed a little swelling and ear wax build up.... The nurse gave me neomycin and polymyxin B sulfates and hydrocortisone ear drops.... My ear was fine until I used the drops....... Answered by Marsha Heryford 4 months ago.

Neomycin-polymyxin-hc Ear Drops Answered by Rosetta Marsee 4 months ago.

It can feel like your ear is blocked for a while but it should feel that way for a long time. The recommended amount is 3 drops. If it's too much then that would explain the blocked feeling. It is also possible that the liquid lodged somewhere instead of going directly into the canal since not all ear canals are straight. You can try gently pulling the earlobe to straighten the ear canal. And it's important to clean your ear prior to putting the medicine. If the blockage really bothers you, you can insert a clean cotton bud inside your ear & it can immediately absorb any fluid inside. Also sleeping with the affected ear pointing downwards can help. If all else fail, see your doctor. Answered by Rodrigo Haus 4 months ago.

The external ear canal is a long way from the cochlea. The eardrum is a membrane between the middle ear and the external ear canal. The middle ear is an enclosed cavity, only directly opening into the nasopharynx via the eustachian tube. The inner ear, where the cochlea is located, is behind the middle ear, separated from it by membrane covered "windows", or fenestra. The medication you instilled in your ear canal did not contact the inner ear, and will not cause damage to it. You simply had a skin reaction to the ear drops which is a local reaction affecting only the tissues contacted by the drops. You eardrum was not ruptured. But, even if it had been, the drug would maybe enter the middle ear, but still would not contact the structures of the inner ear. You are worrying over nothing. Answered by Malisa Arender 4 months ago.

What can I do If I think I may have used too many drops and my ears remain blocked? Answered by Mike Kisler 4 months ago.


Equivalent for Fluocinolone acetonide, Polymyxin B sulfate, and neomycin sulfate here in the USA?
I have a medication that has these 3 main ingredients: Fluocinolone acetonide, Polymyxin B sulfate, and neomycin sulfate. I'm looking for an alternative here in USA because I bought mine overseas. Please help me. Asked by Lucinda Pelech 4 months ago.

No drops have fluocinolone here, which is a cortcosteroid. Cortisporin otic solution or suspension generic contains neomycin, polymixin B and hydrocortisone (which is also a corticosteroid). These are ear drops and I would wager this is what you're after. You need a prescription. There are no OTC abx nor steroid ear drops here. Everything needs an rx, for better or worse. We're not as likely to use a steroid combination in the eye unless there's certain reasons, but there are steroid/antibiotic combos for the eye as well as a host of single drug abx or steroids. I don't think you want a skin cream either. Be specific with dosage form and route (cream for skin, ear drop...) Answered by Kristyn Mcbrady 4 months ago.


Can neomycin sulfate feed grade can be used in eye drops for human use?
Asked by Shera Dupass 4 months ago.

Put nothing in the eye that is not sterile or not specifically made for ophthalmic use. Answered by Virgilio Murri 4 months ago.


Can Neomycin make you deaf?
i have an ear infection and the doctor prescribed this steriod called noemycin and polymyxin B sulfates. i read the warnings this and it said it can cause permanent deafness!! why would my doctor give me a ear drop that makes you deaf, thats doesnt make sence? does neomycin really cause deafness Asked by Luella Boczar 4 months ago.

Neomycin and polymyxin B are both antibiotics, while hydrocortisone is a steroid. Use the medication exactly as prescribed by your doctor. Don't use larger amounts or leave it on longer then prescribed. Don't use it longer than 10 days, unless your doctor tells you to, because long term use of neomycin can cause hearing loss. Otherwise, don't worry about becoming deaf as long as you follow the prescription! Answered by Krystin Vanvorst 4 months ago.


Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
062423/001 NEOMYCIN AND POLYMYXIN B SULFATES AND HYDROCORTISONE HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
062488/001 NEOMYCIN AND POLYMYXIN B SULFATES AND HYDROCORTISONE HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SUSPENSION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
062874/001 NEOMYCIN AND POLYMYXIN B SULFATES AND HYDROCORTISONE HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SUSPENSION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
064053/001 NEOMYCIN AND POLYMYXIN B SULFATES AND HYDROCORTISONE HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
065216/001 NEOMYCIN AND POLYMYXIN B SULFATES AND HYDROCORTISONE HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
065219/001 NEOMYCIN AND POLYMYXIN B SULFATES AND HYDROCORTISONE HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SUSPENSION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
050169/001 CORTISPORIN HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SUSPENSION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
050479/001 CORTISPORIN HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
060613/001 CORTISPORIN HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SUSPENSION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
060730/002 OTOCORT HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
061816/001 OTOBIONE HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SUSPENSION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
062394/001 NEOMYCIN SULFATE-POLYMYXIN B SULFATE-HYDROCORTISONE HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
062399/001 OTICAIR HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SUSPENSION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
062423/001 NEOMYCIN AND POLYMYXIN B SULFATES AND HYDROCORTISONE HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
062488/001 NEOMYCIN AND POLYMYXIN B SULFATES AND HYDROCORTISONE HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SUSPENSION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
062521/001 OTOCORT HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SUSPENSION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
062617/001 NEOMYCIN SULFATE, POLYMYXIN B SULFATE & HYDROCORTISONE HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SUSPENSION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
062623/001 NEOMYCIN SULFATE-POLYMYXIN B SULFATE-HYDROCORTISONE HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SUSPENSION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
062822/001 PEDIOTIC HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SUSPENSION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
062874/001 NEOMYCIN AND POLYMYXIN B SULFATES AND HYDROCORTISONE HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SUSPENSION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
064053/001 NEOMYCIN AND POLYMYXIN B SULFATES AND HYDROCORTISONE HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
064065/001 OTICAIR HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SUSPENSION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
065216/001 NEOMYCIN AND POLYMYXIN B SULFATES AND HYDROCORTISONE HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML
065219/001 NEOMYCIN AND POLYMYXIN B SULFATES AND HYDROCORTISONE HYDROCORTISONE; NEOMYCIN SULFATE; POLYMYXIN B SULFATE SUSPENSION/DROPS/OTIC 1% and EQ 3.5MG BASE per ML and 10,000 UNITS per ML

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