Eye Disorders > Eye infections & inflammations


Ocular infections and inflammations include a wide range of pathologic conditions, that can be primary or secondary to a primary illness.

Causes and prognosis range from benign, self-limited illness to organ-threatening pathology.

Clinical signs may include hyperaemia (eye redness), tearing, mild eyelid edema (swelling of the eyelids) and in severe cases photophobia (eye sensitivity to light) and filamentous and viscous secretions.

The treatment of eye infections and inflammations may require the administration of antibiotics or anti-inflammatory drugs, which must be used only after the proper diagnosis and according with the Medical Doctor’s recommendations in order to prevent the dangerous phenomenon of antibiotic resistance.

READ MORE about the main eye infections and inflammations:
 

Acanthamoeba keratitis  |  Allergies  |  Blepharitis  |  Chalazion  |  Conjunctivitis  |  Keratitis  |  Stye


Our Solutions

Managing the inflamed or infected eye since the early phases with a correct diagnosis and the most suitable treatment is of the greatest importance and is essential for a prompt recovery.

For the treatment of ocular infections and inflammations SIFI offers a wide range of specialty pharmaceuticals, available as eye drops, ointments and gel formulations:

- Anti-infective drugs, containing as active ingredients: netilmicin, chloramphenicol, tetracycline, colistimethate sodium, sulfamethylthiazole, and/or other active ingredients

- Anti-inflammatory drugs in combination with antibiotics (netilmicin with dexamethasone) or corticosteroids, plain (dexamethasone; desonide).
 
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