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Noun1.Neosporin - trade name for a topical drug containing several antibacterials; used as an ointment for skin irritations and in the form of eyedrops for minor eye infections
antibacterial, antibacterial drug, bactericide - any drug that destroys bacteria or inhibits their growth
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He kept a drawer full of Neosporin for those burns.
He also advised me to carry a tube of Neosporin and apply it to any cuts, abrasions or other indignities.
There's really nothing that the man can do except hope for thick sleeves, a high collar, and a fresh tube of Neosporin.
There were many accounts of his kindness: providing Neosporin and Band-aids, helping a friend spackle up holes in his dorm room wall, countless times he handed out water bottles.
After surgery, rats received a bolus of Lactate Ringers solution (5 mL, intraperitoneal) to compensate for blood loss, and antibiotic cover (systemic, gentamycin 50 mg/kg body weight, intramuscular; local neosporin ointment) was provided.
The immediate first aid for a hot spot would be to clean the area with a good antiseptic cleaner and then apply antibiotic cream such as Neosporin or Bacitracin.
She was medicated with antibiotics and steroids and Neosporin.
Neosporin (polymyxin B [PL-B] sulfate, 5,000 units/g; bacitracin, 400 units/g; and neomycin, 3.
Cecilia did apply topical Neosporin once a week because she was afraid of developing a secondary infection.
It also sells popular drugs such as Calpol paracetamol tablets, Augmentin antibiotics and Neosporin eye drops.
We had given out cases of Tylenol and Ibuprofen, multivitamins, and Neosporin.