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Sulfisoxazole - as it is oral absorbable sulfonamide but used in eye infaction topicaly?

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29 Apr 2012

This drug is a sulfa drug used to treat bacterial infections. They also make it in a form for eye infections. You cannot use the pill form in your eyes in any matter. I will give you the link below to read about the eye type... Mary

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29 Apr 2012

I'm sorry but I don't understand your question ... would you be able to clarify it please.

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