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Dexamethasone and tobramycin ophthalmic (for the eyes) is a combination antibiotic and steroid medicine that is used to treat eye inflammation caused by uveitis, eye injury, radiation, chemical burns, or certain other conditions.

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Tobrex Eye Drops 0.3% contain tobramycin, an antibiotic belonging to the aminoglycosides group of antibiotics. Tobramycin in Tobrex Eye Drops is a broad spectrum antibiotic that works by binding to bacterial ribosomes and blocking the translation of RNA into important proteins, which ultimately kills the bacteria. Tobramycin in Tobrex Eye Drops is effective against Staphylococci aureus and Streptococcus pneumoniae, which are the most predominant bacterial species to infect the eye and are normally found around the eye but can cause infection if they penetrate the eye or if the immune system is not effective. Other susceptible bacteria that can cause eye infection include Haemophilus and Moraxella. Tobrex Eye Drops are for topical use only and exert their bactericidal effects locally in the eye, with little systemic action.

Tobrex Eye Drops contains the active ingredient tobramycin (3 mg/mL), an aminoglycosides antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections of the eye. They also contain boric acid, sodium sulfate, sodium chloride, tyloxapol, sodium hydroxide and/or sulfuric acid (to adjust pH) and purified water and the preservative benzalkonium chloride (0.1 mg/mL).

Tobrex Eye Drops contain the antibiotic tobramycin, that is used to treat external bacterial infections of the eye and its adnexa, which are the external parts of the eye, including eyelids, lacrimal apparatus (tear glands and ducts), conjunctiva (the lining of the eyelids and covering of the white part of the eye or sclera); also eyelashes. Common eye infections include conjunctivitis or infection of the conjunctiva; blepharitis, infection and inflammation of the eyelid; stye, which is infection of an eyelash follicle that leads to blockage of the oil producing glands of the eyelids. Tobramycin in Tobrex Eye Drops blocks bacterial protein synthesis, which kills the bacteria and prevents spread of infection. This helps relieve symptoms of infection of the eye, including pain, foreign body sensation (a feeling of something in the eye), gritty sensation, redness, discharge from the eye, blurred vision, sensitivity to light.

Two examples of these otoprotectants are Edaravone and Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF), both of which have already proved effective against noise-induced hair cell loss, barotrauma and ototoxicity caused by cisplatin. In four different studies we used two electrophysiological methods, auditory brainstem response (ABR) and distortion product otoacoustic emission (DPOAE), to study the effects of tobramycin and Pseudomonas aeruginosa exotoxin A (PaExoA) on the inner ears of 129 male Sprague-Dawley rats.

In two investigations, not only the otoprotective effects of Edaravone on tobramycin-induced ABR threshold shifts and PaExoA-induced DPOAE threshold changes, were studied but even different application times, in order to establish in which interval it was still possible to achieve effective otoprotection.We found that Edaravone gave otoprotection from tobramycin when injected simultaneously or within 7 days, but it had only a limited effect on the changes in DPOAE thresholds caused by PaExoA when injected 1, 2, or 4 hours after the exotoxin.

CONCLUSION: It is suggested that simultaneous treatment with the radical scavenger edaravone has an effective protective effect against tobramycin ototoxicity in rat. Even if the edaravone treatment is postponed for 7 days, it can still prevent hearing loss, but a 14 day delay cannot protect from ototoxicity. OBJECTIVES: With the aim of alleviating hearing loss caused by aminoglycoside ototoxicity, we performed a trial to assess the hearing protective efficacy of the radical scavenger edaravone. MATERIALS AND METHODS: In part one of the study, 21 male Sprague-Dawley albino rats were used; 2 rats served as controls for the safety of edaravone. Eight rats each received 10 subcutaneous injections (s.c.) of tobramycin (160 mg/kg b.w.) once daily and saline injection intraperitoneally for 2 weeks. Eleven rats were given 10 s.c. tobramycin injections simultaneously with an intraperitoneal injection of edaravone (3 mg/kg b.w.). In part two, tobramycin was injected in 13 rats (as above). Five of these received two edaravone injections 7 days later and four rats similarly 14 days later. Auditory brainstem response (ABR) was used to assess hearing. RESULTS: All rats treated only with tobramycin showed a deterioration of hearing. None of the rats given simultaneous treatment with tobramycin and edaravone demonstrated hearing loss. A 7 day delay in edaravone injection still prevented hearing loss, but a 14 day delay had only a temporary prophylactic effect.

This thesis focuses on the following topics: the inflammatory and pathophysiological responses to various endotoxin doses and infusion patterns; covariations between endotoxin induced inflammatory and pathophysiological responses; whether the biological effects of endotoxin can be modulated by clopidogrel and whether tobramycin or ceftazidime reduce plasma cytokine levels. 041b061a72

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