3-Biotic-H®

Active Ingredients: 

  • Neomycin sulphate
  • Polymyxin B
  • Zinc bacitracin
  • Hydrocortisone acetate

Description of the drug: 

It is an eye ointment composed of 3 types of antibiotics (Neomycin sulphate, polymyxin B, zinc bacitracin ) and a glucocorticosteroid (hydrocortisone acetate).

Indications: 

This product is used in pets to treat conjunctivitis (bacterial and inflammatory infection and/or inflammation of the conjunctiva).

Contraindications:  

Do not use this medication if there is an ulcer on the cornea of ​​the animal.

Side effects:  

Some animals may feel an itch or a burning sensation in their eyes after the ointment has been applied. Inflammation can also appear.

Recommended follow-up:  

It is recommended to consult the veterinarian in charge of the animal again if: 
• the problem is not cured at the end of treatment 
• the appearance of the eye gets worse during treatment 
• the animal seems uncomfortable when applying the ointment 
• there is no improvement 2 or 3 days after starting the treatment

Interaction with other drugs:  

3-Biotic-H® may interfere with the effectiveness of certain other drugs if used at the same time. You can ask your veterinarian which ones. 

Please also notify the veterinarian if your pet is already taking any drug(s) before starting treatment with 3-Biotic-H®. This will allow him or her to make sure that they are compatible.

Form: 

This medication is available as an ointment.

Storage :  

Store between 15°C and 25°C.  

Keep the tube tightly closed.  

Protect from light and avoid freezing.

Warning:  

Keep out of reach of children. 

Neomycin can sometimes cause allergic reactions in pets, especially when used for long periods. Stop the treatment and consult a veterinarian if that happens. 

In addition, prolonged use of antibiotics can cause bacterial and fungal resistance leading to ineffective treatment. 

Wash hands after handling the product. 

Clean the eye with a non-irritating solution indicated for this purpose before applying the medication. 

Avoid touching the eye with the tip of the tube and disinfect it with rubbing alcohol after each application. 

Close the animal's eyelids and gently massage them for a few seconds to fully spread the product over the entire surface of the eye. 

Prevent the animal from rubbing the area near the eyes after application. If necessary, put an Elizabethan collar ("lampshade") on him. 

Discard any ophthalmic preparation 1 month after opening the tube. 

Apply solutions before ointments when multiple ophthalmic medications of different textures are used at the same time. 

Wait 5 minutes between the ocular products to allow time for each one to be absorbed.