Neosamine Impurities

Antibiotic neomycin is used to prevent or cure bacterial skin infections.

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Impurity structure Parent Drug Name Name of Impurity Catalogue No. CAS No.
Neosamine B Neosamine

Neosamine B

VE0010652 527-10-6

Neosamine Related Compound

Viral or fungal diseases are not well treated by it.

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FAQ

What is the therapeutic use of neomycin?

Neomycin is a drug used for perioperative prophylaxis and treating and managing hepatic coma. Neomycin is a member of the class of antibiotics known as aminoglycosides; it kills gram-negative bacteria by preventing the production of bacterial proteins.

What bacteria does neomycin treat?

The main E. coli species found in the colon as well as the enteropathogenic forms of E. coli known to cause traveler’s diarrhea are all susceptible to the antibiotic neomycin, which also has an action against a variety of aerobic gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria.

Can neomycin treat eye infections?

Eye infections and inflammation, such as conjunctivitis and chronic anterior uveitis, are treated with a combination of neomycin, polymyxin B, and dexamethasone. Additionally, it protects against harm from chemicals, radiation, or other things getting inside the eye.

What is the therapeutic use of neomycin?

Neomycin is a drug used for perioperative prophylaxis and treating and managing hepatic coma. Neomycin is a member of the class of antibiotics known as aminoglycosides; it kills gram-negative bacteria by preventing the production of bacterial proteins.

What bacteria does neomycin treat?

The main E. coli species found in the colon as well as the enteropathogenic forms of E. coli known to cause traveler’s diarrhea are all susceptible to the antibiotic neomycin, which also has an action against a variety of aerobic gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria.

Can neomycin treat eye infections?

Eye infections and inflammation, such as conjunctivitis and chronic anterior uveitis, are treated with a combination of neomycin, polymyxin B, and dexamethasone. Additionally, it protects against harm from chemicals, radiation, or other things getting inside the eye.