The below information on Zylet has been taken from official FDA sources, but we cannot guarantee it's accuracy. Please use this site for educational purposes only. This site does not replace a proper discussion with your doctor.
|Generic:||Loteprednol Etabonate, Tobramycin|
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Bausch & Lomb
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Zylet is an eye drop medicine that is used to treat certain eye inflammation and where there is a bacterial infection of the eye or the chance of a bacterial infection in the eye. Zylet contains a corticosteroid medicine and an antibiotic medicine.
Zylet has not been approved for use in children
Precautions for Zylet
- Call your healthcare provider right away if you have a change in vision, redness, swelling or inflammation, itching, or pain in the eye.
- Call your healthcare provider if your signs and symptoms do not get better after 2 days of using Zylet.
- Keep the Zylet eye dropper tip clean and do not allow it to touch anything.
- Do not wear soft contact lenses when using Zylet because Zylet contains a preservative that is absorbed by soft contact lenses.
Side Effects of Zylet
Some common side effects with ZYLET include:
- breakdown of the surface of the cornea in the eye
- increased pressure in the eye
- burning and stinging of the eye
- itching, swelling, and redness of the eye
- other bacterial or fungal infections
Who Should Not Take Zylet
Do not use Zylet if you:
- have an eye infection caused by a virus
- have an eye infection caused by a fungus
- have an eye infection caused by a bacteria called mycobacteria
- Are allergic to corticosteroid medicines or to aminoglycoside antibiotics, or to any of the ingredients in Zylet
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