Fucithalmic

Fucithalmic

A brand name for SODIUM FUSIDATE intended for the treatment of ocular infections.
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Most peri-ocular and corneal infections, especially if mild, are treated with Chloramphenicol and Fucithalmic preparations.
After the merger in early 2013, AMCo acquired global rights to Fucithalmic from LEO Pharma.
Earlier this year, Clifford Chance advised AMCo on its acquisition of the Fucithalmic pharmaceutical product business of Danish LEO Pharma A/S.
34) Fusidic acid is available as a prescription only medicine in the form of 1% concentration gel (carbomer vehicle) called Fucithalmic (see Table 2).
From 2005, an ophthalmic fusidic acid preparation, as PoM Fucithalmic, became available to all optometrists.
This may be because the patient is a younger child, when a parent or caregiver needs to instill the drops, but care should be taken not use PoM Fucithalmic to treat bacterial conjunctivitis associated with a bacterial throat infection (see earlier).
Since the acquisition of Fucithalmic from LEO Pharma in April 2013, AMCo has acquired or set up commercial platforms in Ireland, France, Sweden, Benelux, Italy, Dubai and now Australia.