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Purulent serosanguinous discharge from eyes

14 days old term male baby 2.8 kgs weight had watery eye discharge from past 1 week was on Tobramycin eye drops , now parents complain of purulent serosanguinous eye discharge ,fever for 1 day. Mother had viral fever 2 days back.Eye discharge sent for culture as suspecting bacterial conjunctivitis ( ophthalmia neonatorum) . Kindly suggest treatment whether topical antibiotic drops to be changed or add iv antibiotics course.

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Purulent discharge from eyes suggestive of bacterial conjunctivitis /opthalmia neonatorum not responding to Toberamycin I feel add Ciprofloxacin till you gat results of c&s

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Bacterial conjunctivitis.. Blepharitis.. Management.. Lubricants eyes drops QD 7 days.. Antinflammatory eyes drops BD 7 days.. Moxifloxacin keto eye drops QD 7 days.. Neosporin eyes drops BD 7 days.. Cold compress 3 times 7 days.. Cover eyes by eyes patches.. Clean eyes regularly saline solution water.. Take healthy diet.. Syrup multivitamin antioxidants trace elements od.. Syrup Atrax hydroxyzine BD.. Maintenance hygiene..

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Most of these are chlamydial. N there's no role of eye drops . No need to switch from one drop to another. Use erythromycin for 10 to 14 days . U will get the results .

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Purulent discharge from eyes suggestive of bacterial conjunctivitis /opthalmia neonatorum not responding to Toberamycin I feel add Ciprofloxacin till you gat results of c&s

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? AC .. BACTERIAL .. CONJUNCTIVITIS .. ? MUCOPURULENT CONJUNCTIVITIS ..

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Mucopurulent conjunctivitis Neosporine eye drops 2 drops BE every 2 hrly Clean B E with lukewarm water

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Conjunctivitis. Bacterial conjunctivitis. E/D . Tobramycin. Experts opinion.

It's conjuctivitis Give Macpod drops 5 drops bd Calpol drops 5drops bd Neosporin eye ointment for application

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Possibly bacterial etiology. Prefer topical antibiotics.

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Acute conjuctivitis.

Azithromycin orally.. Erythromycin e/drops Chloramphenicol with polymyxin-b e/drops.

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