Otc Antibiotic Ointment For Staph Infection
Yes: Polysprin, neosporin, triple antibiotics cream/ointment. 6k views Answered >2 years ago Thank 1 thank Dr. John Washburn answered Family Medicine 21 years experience Partially: If you carry staph (or mrsa) then it's important to immediately wash all cuts/scrapes/abrasions with soap and water. Applying a topical antibacterial... Read More in many cases, soft tissue infection acquired in communities was treated by using over–the-counter (otc) drugs called triple-antibiotic ointment (tao), e.g., neosporin (polymyxin b [pl-b] sulfate, 5,000 units/g; bacitracin, 400 units/g; and neomycin, 3.5 mg/g) and polysporin triple ointment (pl-b sulfate, 10,000 units/g; bacitracin, 500 units/g;.
Over-the-counter topical antibiotic ointments are used to treat skin infections and injuries like scrapes and burns. These medicated ointments are not typically recommended for treating eczema symptoms, and they can actually cause a type of eczema called contact dermatitis. The National Eczema Association lists over-the-counter (OTC) topical.