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bibenzonium bromide
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Description

Bibenzonium bromide is an antiseptic and disinfectant used to treat skin infections caused by bacteria and fungi. It is also used to treat certain types of eye infections. It works by killing the bacteria and fungi that cause the infection.

Common side effects of bibenzonium bromide include skin irritation, redness, itching, burning, and stinging. It may also cause eye irritation, blurred vision, and sensitivity to light.

Associated brand names include:
  ▸ Bromo-Bid
  ▸ Bromo-San
  ▸ Bromo-Ster
  ▸ Bromo-Tabs
  ▸ Bromo-Vet
  ▸ Bromo-Zon
  ▸ Bromo-Zon-Plus
  ▸ Bromo-Zon-Ster
  ▸ Bromo-Zon-Tabs
  ▸ Bromo-Zon-Vet
  ▸ Bromo-Zon-Xtra
  ▸ Bromo-Zon-Xtra-Plus

Synonyms
  • diphenetholine bromine
Classifications
  • cold preparation
  • cough suppressant

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