FLOTEARS EYE DROPS 10ML

₹45.60
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SKU
FLO0006
 
Manufacturer : KLA-KLAR SEHEN PVT LTD
Composition : CHLOROBUTANOL-0.5% W/V+POLYVINYL ALCOHOL-1.4% W/V+POVIDONE IODINE-0.6% W/V
Dose Form : DROPS
Description : FLOTEARS 10ML EYE DROP
Route Of Administration : OPTHALMIC
Pack : 1
Drug Ingredient Information
CHLOROBUTANOL-0.5% W/V+POLYVINYL ALCOHOL-1.4% W/V+POVIDONE IODINE-0.6% W/V

CHLOROBUTANOL

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POLYVINYL ALCOHOL

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Drug Information Polyvinyl Alcohol is used for the symptomatic treatment of ‘dry eye’, which is a dehydration of the surface of the eye resulting from disturbances in tear secretion or tear quality. The dry eye condition can also be caused when it is not possible to close your eye lids either partly or completely. This condition is so common that one in five patients who go to see an ophthalmologist suffers from a dry eye condition. There are many causes, such as reduced tear production in old age, airconditioned rooms, computer work, hormonal changes during menopause, etc. Environmental and climatic effects can also play a role in the development of dry eye conditions
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Avoid Drug Do not use these eye drops if you are sensitive to any of the ingredients.
Drug Special Care Take special care with Polyvinyl Alcohol if you wear contact lenses. You should take them out before using Polyvinyl Alcohol, and then wait for 15 minutes after application before putting them back in. Benzalkonium chloride is used as a preservative in Polyvinyl Alcohol, and is known to be absorbed by soft contact lenses. Over time benzalkonium chloride can collect in soft contact lenses, and therefore may cause irritation, or discolour the lenses. Therefore use of Polyvinyl Alcohol while using soft contact lenses is not recommended. Polyvinyl Alcohol can however be used with daily disposable lenses because a new pair is used each day
Drug Drug Interactions If Polyvinyl Alcohol is used at the same time with other eye drops/eye ointments, there should be an application time interval of approximately 15 minutes between use of such other medications and Polyvinyl Alcohol should always be the last medication to be applied.Please tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking or have recently taken any other medicines
Drug Pregnancy Interaction It is possible that you will still receive it, but it is also possible that an alternative may be used
Drug Breast feeding Interaction It is possible that you will still receive it, but it is also possible that an alternative may be used
Drug Machinery Interaction As with all eye preparations, you may have blurred vision for a little while after putting the drops in. Wait until your vision is clear before driving or using machines.
Drug More Information During the course of the day we blink 14,000 times on an average. With each blinking motion of the eye, a very thin tear film is distributed over the surface of the eyeball, which keeps it smooth, clean and moist, and protects the eye from pollutants. When the volume or the composition of the tear film is disturbed, desiccation phenomena (drying out) of the cornea and conjunctiva occur and the patient experiences symptoms such as burning, dry eye sensation, gritty feeling, feeling of pressure, and sensitivity to light. Polyvinyl Alcohol are soothing drops which moisten the eye and provide tear-like lubrication to the eyes and eye lids.Your ophthalmologist prescribed a tear substitute for the alleviation of your complaints. In addition to using the preparation consistently as directed, you should follow the recommendations below: •Let fresh air into your apartment or house several times a day •Take care that you drink sufficiently •Go out into the fresh air frequently •Do not direct air vents towards your eyes •Take breaks when working in front of a computer screen. It is, however, also important that you consult your ophthalmologist regularly for follow-up examinations, because dry eye conditions may lead to a serious disease if they are treated incorrectly or inadequately
How to take the Medicine
Consumption Info Polyvinyl Alcohol contains a lubricant that is used as a substitute for natural . Your eyes will normally produce just enough natural to allow them to move easily and comfortably. If your eyes do not produce enough they can become dry, red and painful. It can also be used in patients who have artificial eyes. Polyvinyl Alcohol will help keep your eyes comfortable.
Drug quanitty Unless your doctor has told you differently, the standard dose is to place one or two drops of the solution in the corner of the eye, nearest the nose, as often as is required during the day.
Drug Dose The number of drops used should be enough to cover the eye properly. Follow these instructions carefully. 1.Wash hands thoroughly. 2.Twist off the cap. 3.Look upwards and gently pull down the lower eyelid. 4.Hold the Polyvinyl Alcohol bottle just above your eye and gently squeeze until some liquid falls into the gap between your eyeball and lower eyelid. 5.Release the lower eyelid, and move your while open to ensure the solution covers the eye completely. 6.Repeat the process in the other eye if necessary.
Excess Drug Consumption Dail 1066. OR Contact doctor immediately
Forgot Drug Consumption Contact Your doctor
Stop Drug Consumption Do not stop the drug untill your doctor says you to do so.
Possible Side Effects
General Information It is very unlikely that you will suffer an overdose from using this medicine, but if you suddenly feel unwell after using the drops, tell your doctor or eye specialist.The side effects that have been reported following the use of Polyvinyl Alcohol eye drops are mild stinging and visual disturbances, for example blurred vision. Your eyes may sting a little when the drops are put in. These effects will wear off within a few minutes. •If you experience any other undesirable effects whilst using this medicine, please talk to your doctor or pharmacist.
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How to Store the Medicine
How to Store the Medicine •Do not use the eye drops after the expiry date. This is marked on the bottle and the carton after the letters “EXP”. •Store Polyvinyl Alcohol * eye drops below 25ºC (normal room temperature). •Polyvinyl Alcohol * is sterile until first opened. It is important to keep the bottle as clean as possible during use. •Dispose of any remaining contents 28 days after first opening the bottle. It may be helpful to make a written record on the tube of the date on which you opened it. •Keep out of the reach and sight of children. •Remember this medicine is for you. Do not give it to someone else.

POVIDONE IODINE

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