Question by  Lily16 (73)

What is Sulfacetamide sodium ophthalmic solution used for?


Answer by  ZNO (49)

Sulfacetamide sodium ophthalmic solution is topically applied medicine in the form of eye drops. The drops are used in the treatment of conjunctivitis and other bacterial eye infections, such as those caused by staph, strep, or E. coli bacteria. More rarely, they are used in the topical treatment of trachoma, a chronic inflammatory eye disease caused by a bacterial infection.


Answer by  Maiu (64)

Sulfacetamide sodium ophthalmic is a sterile compound used against microorganisms that may infect the ocular area. It is also very effective in the treatment of conjunctivitis.


Answer by  devilsdoll87gmailcom (16)

It is an topical anti-bacterial agent used for treating an eye infected with a bacterial population. Prolonged use of this solution will lead to the growth of organisms like fungi,which are nonsusceptible to the solution.


Answer by  Anonymous

I am personally using for Seborrheic Dermititis as it got on an around my eyelids an also using for the back of my ears. An it is working, it is killing what this produces. an it reallyh helps with the intese severe itching

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