Toba DM 3 mg and 1 mg (10 ml)
|Description||Tobramycin and Dexamethasone|
|Strength||3 mg and 1 mg|
|Generic Name||Tobramycin and Dexamethasone|
|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|1 Bottle/s||US$ 2.52||US$ 2.52|
|3 Bottle/s||US$ 2.52||US$ 7.55|
|6 Bottle/s||US$ 2.52||US$ 15.10|
Toba DM 3 mg and 1 mg
Toba DM 3mg and 1mg is a powerful eye drop that can treat bacterial eye infections. It is not recommended for treating infections that are not bacterial in nature.
What does Toba DM contain?
The most powerful ingredients of this medicine are Tobramycin Sulphate (0.3%) and Dexamethasone (0.1%). The combination of these ingredients can potentially prevent eye infections.
How does Toba DM work?
The present Dexamethasone and Tobramycin have antibiotic properties that inhibit bacteria from functioning. Dexamethasone has anti-inflammatory properties. Its corticosteroids can reduce swelling and itching that occur due to eye infections. The ingredients of Toba DM – 3 mg and 1 mg can stop bacterial growth in the eye by preventing the synthesis of essential proteins required for the development of bacterial infection.
How to use Toba DM:
Tobramycin Ophthalmic Solution or Toba DM 0.3% Sterile Eye Drops is to be used in the eyes only. It is advised to administer 1 to 2 drops per affected eye. Remove contact lenses, glasses or any types of cosmetics before administration, and recap the dropper after use. Usually, this eye drop is applied once a day, and don’t stop or skip a dose even if you feel better during the medication course. It is important to allow the medicine to kill all of the bacteria and treat infection successfully. You can use an applicator to administer the medicine.
Side effects of Toba DM Eye Drops:
There are some rare but possible side effects of this medicine. Some of these probable side effects are:
- Eye discomfort or irritation
- Fungal eye infections
- Eye redness
- The sensitivity of the eyes to light
Contact your doctor immediately if you experience any eye discharge, swelling, pain, change in vision or any of these side effects.
Don’t use Tobramycin Dexamethasone Eye Drops if you are allergic to these ingredients. If you have recently had surgery for cataracts then avoid this medicine for some days. Consult your doctor before taking any other supplements or medicines with the eye drop. Avoid its contact to broken skin, nose or mouth. Do not use Toba DM – 3 mg and 1 mg more often or for longer than recommended duration by your doctor. This medicine may cause dizziness, so don’t drive immediately after using it. Toba DM Eye Drops is not perfectly safe to use during pregnancy.