Gatifloxcin

Were you looking for information about Gatifloxacin? Gatifloxcin is a common misspelling of gatifloxacin.
 
Healthcare providers will often prescribe gatifloxacin (Zymar®, Zymaxid™) for the treatment of certain bacterial eye infections -- most notably, pink eye. This eye drop is generally applied to the affected eye two to eight times a day for one week.
 
It is important to follow your healthcare provider's dosing guidelines exactly as directed. This will ensure that your infection does not come back and will also prevent bacteria from developing resistance to this drug.
 
(Click Gatifloxacin to learn more about this product, including how it works, what to tell your healthcare provider before using it, and possible side effects. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)
 
 
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