Gentamicin Sulphate Cream

Garamycin (Gentamicin Sulphate Cream)

  • Brand Name: Gentb
  • Innovator Brand Name: Garamycin
  • API: Gentamicin sulfate
  • Packaging: Tube
  • Strength: 15 g
  • Manufacturer Name: Kineses Laboratories
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Uses of medication: Gentamicin is an antibiotic recommended for used in order to treat several types of bacterial infections include:

  • impetigo contagiosa
  • superficial folliculitis
  • ecthyma
  • furunculosis
  • sycosis barbae
  • pyoderma gangrenosum
  • infectious eczematoid dermatitis
  • pustular acne
  • pustular psoriasis
  • infected seborrheic dermatitis
  • Infected contact dermatitis (including poison ivy)
  • infected excoriations
  • bacterial superinfections of fungal or viral infections.
  • skin cysts
  • infected stasis and other skin ulcers
  • infected superficial burns
  • paronychia
  • infected insect bites and stings
  • infected lacerations
  • abrasions
  • wounds from minor surgery
  • pustular acne
  • infected seborrheic dermatitis

Dosage: A small quantity of Gentamicin Sulfate Cream should be gently applied to lesions 3 or 4 times daily. The treated area should be covered with the help of gauze dressing if desired. In case of impetigo contagiosa, the crusts must be removed prior to the application of the Gentamicin Sulfate Cream in order to permit maximum contact between the antibiotic and the infection.

Treatment Reactions: The most commonly reported adverse reactions of Gentamicin Sulfate cream are qs follows:

  • photosensitization
  • skin irritation
  • redness
  • itching

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Warnings and Precautions:

  • Gentamicin is not effective for gonorrhea or chlamydia infections.
  • Care should be exercised in order to avoid the further contamination of the infected skin.
  • Gentamicin Sulfate is a kind of bactericidal agent which is not effective against the fungi or viruses in the skin infections.
  • This cream is not recommended to those individuals who are with a history of sensitivity to any of its components.
  • If fungi, irritation, sensitization, or superinfection appears, treatment with Gentamicin Sulfate cream should be interrupted.
  • Before or during breast-feeding this cream should be avoided.
  • In order to avoid contamination, do not touch tip of the container to the eye, eyelid or any surface.

Alternate Brands: The existing alternative brands of Gentamicin Sulfate cream are as:

  • Gentop 80mg Lotion 15ml (Palsons Derma Pvt Ltd)
  • Genticyn 80mg Injection 2ml (Abbott Healthcare Pvt Ltd)
  • Genticyn 60mg Injection 12X1.5ml (Abbott Health Care Solutions Pvt Ltd)
  • Genticyn 20mg Injection 2ml (Abbott Health Care Solutions Pvt Ltd)
  • Merigenta 80mg Injection 2ml (Mercury Laboratories Ltd)
  • Intagenta 80mg Injection 2ml (Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd)
  • Gentabest Injection 2ml (Shreya Life Sciences Pvt Ltd)
  • GENTAMICIN 80mg Injection 2ml (Claris Lifesciences Ltd)

Availability in India: The Indian Pharma helps to connect buyers with suppliers who can ship Gentamicin Sulfate cream worldwide as per the buyer’s requirement. The Indian Pharma offers guarantee of quality as well delivery for the Gentamicin cream.

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Commonly Asked Ques:

How does Gentamicin work?

Gentamicin works by disrupting the ability of the bacteria in order to make proteins, which typically kills the bacteria.

What kind of medication Gentamicin is?

Gentamicin is basically a type of aminoglycoside.

In which year Gentamicin was approved?

Gentamicin was approved for medical use in 1964.