ACUTE BACTERAL CONJUNCTIVITIS
Miss ogechi aged 26years presented with fiery red eyes of 5 and 3 days duration for the left and right eyes respectively. Differential diagnosis suggested acute bacterial conjunctivitis with secondary subepithelial keratitis. Laboratory analysis confirmed an etiology of strains of staphylococcus aureus. A muliti- therapy of tropical bacterial fluorinate quinonoe and bacteriostatic chloromycetin combined with systemic bacteriostatic co-trimoxazole controlled the infection within 3 days with complete resolution occurring about a week after.
Keywords: Miss ogechi subepithelial chloromycetin quinonoe trimoxazole week after.
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