Active Ingredient: Ciprofloxacin
Murray still has his kart hanging in the roof at his business in Napier. Whether by design of accident Bob met Neil Martin of L.
Martin and Sons in Wellington and Neil soon became the Karts and Parts factory driver with the genuine kart and the rapid K 88 motor.
Bob later convinced Neil and his father Alan that they should buy his kart business. The Martins also started an ambitious project to manufacture the first purpose built New Zealand kart motor called the PLM Perry, Lister, Martin in both 100 cc and 135 cc versions.
Commerce Commission funding was gained with the idea of building a New Zealand designed and built 2 stroke engine that would be used in many varied applications reducing import costs. Honk Perry spent approximately two years on this project with Colin Lister doing the machining.
Do not use a kitchen teaspoon as it will not give the right dose. You can take ciprofloxacin tablets and liquid with or without food.
How to apply the eyedrops You'll usually put 1 or 2 drops into the affected eye 4 times a day. You can then reduce how often you use it.
Gently pull down your lower eyelid with a clean finger and tilt your head back. Hold the bottle over your eye and allow a single drop to fall into the space between your lower lid and your eye. Wipe away any extra liquid with a clean tissue.
Put in a second drop if you have been told to. How to use the eye ointment Put just over 1 centimetre of ointment on the affected eye 2 or 3 times a day, or as your doctor advises.
Hold the tube with the nozzle close to your eye and gently squeeze the ointment into the space between your lower lid and your eye.
How to use the eardrops Put up to 5 drops into the affected ear twice a day, or as your doctor advises. Warm the drops by holding the container in your hands for a few minutes.
Tilt your head and bring the container up to the affected ear, with the open end close to your ear hole. Squeeze the drops into your ear. If you can, lie down for at least 5 minutes afterwards.
If you are only treating 1 ear, turn your head to one side, so your affected ear is towards the ceiling. What if I forget to take it? If you forget a dose, take it as soon as you remember, unless it's nearly time for your next dose.
In this case, just skip the missed dose and take your next one as normal. Make sure you finish your full course of antibiotics.
Do not have a double dose to make up for a missed dose. You could also ask your pharmacist for advice on other ways to remember your medicines What if I take or use too much?
If you're using the eye ointment or the eye or eardrops, do not worry if you accidentally use a bit too much.