eyedrop called AzaSite for bacterial conjunctivitis or "pink eye"

Azithromycin now comes as an eyedrop called AzaSite for bacterial conjunctivitis or "pink eye."

Think of it as a "Z-Pak for the eyes."

Most antibiotic eyedrops are given every 2 to 8 hours. AzaSite is dosed less frequently since it stays on the eye surface longer.

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