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What is Kenacomb drops used for?

What is Kenacomb drops used for?

Kenacomb Otic is used to relieve itching, burning or inflammation of the ear when it is infected, or if it is inflamed and sore and likely to get infected. Kenacomb Otic is the trade name for ear drops containing the active substances triamcinolone acetonide, neomycin, gramicidin and nystatin.

Do you need a script for Kenacomb?

Ask your doctor if you have any questions about why KENACOMB ointment has been prescribed for you. Your doctor may have prescribed it for another purpose. This medicine is available only with a doctor’s prescription.

How do you apply Kenacomb ear cream?

Squeeze two or three drops into the ear canal, two or three times daily. Alternatively, a gauze wick saturated with the drops may be inserted in the ear canal. Ointment: Gently and carefully insert the tapered tip of the tube a short way into the ear canal and squeeze out the ointment, two or three times a day.

Is Kenacomb good for eczema?

This reduces swelling, redness and itch. Triamcinolone is a potent corticosteroid that is applied to the skin to treat a wide variety of inflammatory skin diseases, such as eczema. Neomycin, gramicidin and nystatin are all medicines used to treat infections.

What is the trade name for kenacomb otic?

Kenacomb Otic is the trade name (manufacturer’s name) for ear drops or ointment, produced by Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceuticals, containing the drugs triamcinolone acetonide, neomycin, gramicidin and nystatin.

How much Neomycin is in kenacomb otic ointment?

Each gram of Kenacomb Otic ointment provides triamcinolone acetonide 1 mg, neomycin (as sulfate) 2.5 mg, gramicidin 0.25 mg and nystatin 100,000 IU. Each mL of Kenacomb Otic ear drops provides triamcinolone acetonide 0.9 mg, neomycin (as sulfate) 2.25 mg, gramicidin 0.225 mg and nystatin 90,000 IU.

What are the side effects of kenacomb ear drops?

Side effects of Kenacomb Otic are rare, but may include: 1 new itchiness or redness in areas where you apply Kenacomb Otic 2 ringing in the ears 3 hearing difficulty 4 damage to the ear drums 5 slow wound healing 6 disturbances of metabolism More

Is it safe to use kenacomb on Burns?

Conclusion: There is a paucity of clinical evidence in the literature that advocates for the use of topical ‘Kenacomb’ on burns wounds and, given its potential side effect profile, further research is required to assess its safety for ongoing clinical use. 1. Jewell L, Guerrero R, Quesada AR, Chan LS, Garner WL.