No, it's an aminoglycoside.
Yes; only penicillin group drugs must not be take, and gentamicin is not one of those.
No its a derivate of fungi and is come under antibiotics which have cidal effect. It binds to small ribosomal subunit and interfere with protein synthesis by directly inhibiting synthesis. e.g. Neomycin, kanamycin, gentamicin. Its a broad spectrum drug
Tobramycin is better than gentamicin for Conjunctivitis.
Penicillin is not a sulfa drug.
No. Triamcinolone does not have sulfa in it.
No. Above mentioned drugs do not contains sulfa drugs. They are not sulfa based also.
Gentamicin is a gram-negative, heat-stable antibiotic. It is not taken orally, but can be used topically or intravenously.
Conjunctivitis tobramycin is more effective than gentamicin for a cat.
Gentamicin ointment is to be used externally for skin infections and such while Gentamicin ophthalmic ointment is for the eyes ONLY! Also, if it is an old prescription OR someone else's script, DO NOT use it. Even with something as simple as an antibiotic, it can be harmful is misused. Hope this helps!
Nope! I take it and am allergic to Sulfa. ---- No, Adderal does not contain any sulfa moieties.
No. Lipitor does not contain sulfa.