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DRUG STUDY

GENERIC NAME: BNP Ointment


Brand name: Neomycin
Drug Classification: Antibiotic (topical)

DOSAGE, ROUTE, SIDE EFFECTS and


FREQUENCY (prescribed and INDICATION MECHANISM OF ADVERSE REACTIONS
recommended) ACTION (by system)
Bacterial infections due It prevents and controls Severe allergic disorders eg,
Per g Neomycin sulfate 5 mg, to susceptible organisms inflammation by controlling generalized itching, swelling
polymyxin B sulfate 5,000 u, as in impetigo, ecthyma, the rate of protein of the face, sweating,
bacitracin 400 u sycosis vulgaris, otitis synthesis, depressing the tightness of the chest &
Apply to the affected area 2-5 externa, paronychia & for migration of hypotension. Skin
times daily. secondarily infected polymorphonuclear sensitization (prolonged use).
dermatoses (eczema, leukocytes and fibroblasts,
herpes or seborrheic and reversing capillary
dermatitis). permeability and lysosomal
stabilisation.

NURSING RESPONSIBILITIES
CONTRAINDICATION/S (at least 10)
Hypersensitivity to the drug  Examine area for infections and skin integrity before application.
Systemic fungal or acute infections.  Administer cautiously to pregnant patients; topical corticosteroids have
caused teratogenic effects and can be absorbed from systemic site.
 WARNING: Use caution when occlusive dressings or tight diapers cover
affected area; these can increase systemic absorption of the drug.
 Avoid prolonged use near eyes, in genital and rectal areas, and in skin
creases.
 Apply sparingly; do not cover with tight dressings.
 Avoid contact with the eyes.
 Report irritation or infection at the site of application

Patient’s Name / Room No.