Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml
Entod Pharmaceuticals Ltd
Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml belongs to a class of medications called 'non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID)' primarily taken for reducing the pain in the joint conditions of osteoarthritis (OA). Besides this, it is also used to relieve eye irritation caused due to contact lens or any other irritant. Osteoarthritis is a long term joint disorder in which sodium hyaluronate level dip leading to wear and tear of cartilage between joints which acts as a cushion during friction or movement. When Hyaluronic acid gets reduces, it causes the friction between the bones leading to wear and tear (damage) of the joint tissues leading to pain, stiffness, inflammation and reduced locomotion.
The Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml contains 'Sodium Hyaluronate' in its eye drop, gel form and injection. As eye drop, Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml acts as an eye lubricant to relieve dry eyes. As injection form, Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml reduces sign and symptoms of osteoarthritis by relieving pain, inflammation and improving joint function, thereby restoring an individual's quality of life. It also increases the cushioning and lubrication of joints that provide relief in pain and easily do physical activity.
Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml is injected directly into the knee joints by a healthcare provider. In some cases, you may experience certain common side effects such as diarrhoea, headache, itching of the skin, large, purplish patches in the skin, loss of appetite, nausea and/or vomiting, stomach pain, and swelling of the knee. Most of these side effects do not require medical attention and will resolve gradually over time. However, you are advised to talk to your doctor if you experience these undesirable effects persistently.
Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml is not allowed to use in children younger than 21 years old. Consult with your doctor if you have ever had blood clots or circulation problems in your legs or if you are pregnant or planning to be pregnant as this may harm an unborn baby. Tell your doctor if you are breastfeeding as It may not be safe to breast-feed a baby while taking Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml. The safety and efficacy of Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml have not been established in joints other than knee has not been established to be used for the knee joint and not other joints. People with joint infection or skin disease in the affected area should consult a doctor before taking Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml. Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml should be injected intra-vascularly, extra-articularly, or in the synovial tissues or joint capsule area of the knee.
Osteoarthritis, Dry eyes
Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml help relieve mild to moderate pain, swelling, and joint stiffness in the knee caused by osteoarthritis. Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml helps reduce these overall symptoms that support you in managing and doing your normal daily activities. Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml contains biosynthetically purified 'Hyaluronic acid' which is naturally present in tissues of the body and found in eye, skin and joints. Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml provides lubrication to joints that after injecting in joints, restore the viscosity and elasticity and improves the mobility of the joint. Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml is indicated to patients who were not getting relieved in pain from conservative therapies, such as exercise or physical therapy. Besides this, Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml also provides relief in dry eyes or irritation by providing lubrication while eyeing movement.
Consumption of alcohol should be avoided during the treatment with Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml as it may lead to increased risk of liver damage. Patients with blood clots or circulation problems in their legs should not take Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml. Although it is generally a safe medicine to use, it should be avoided in patients with kidney disease as Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml may harm renal functions. Use with caution in pregnancy and breastfeeding. Do not self-administer Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml if you are pregnant or are nursing. Although Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml provides symptomatic relief in conditions like arthritis and may reduce the inflammation caused by these conditions, to achieve the best results, it is strongly recommended to remain physically active as much as your condition allows. Adopting a healthy lifestyle coupled with a healthy diet containing high proteins is the mainstay of managing arthritic conditions. Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml should be used with cautions patients dealing with chondrocalcinosis as it may lead to an acute attack of the condition.
Drug-Drug Interaction: Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml can interact with disinfectants containing cetylpyridinium and benzalkonium chloride. Inform your doctor if you are using any of these.
Drug-Food Interaction: Avoid intake of Vitamin E, St. John’s wort (antidepressant), and Ginkgo Biloba with Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml.
Drug-Disease Interaction: People with skin infections, joint infections, bleeding problems, blood clot problems in their legs should avoid using Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml.
No information available for Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml Interacts with Alcohol. hence should be taken caution ally
Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml can only be injected in pregnant women if suggested by the doctor as safety and effectiveness of Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml has not been established.
Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml can only be injected in breastfeeding women is suggested by the doctor as safety and effectiveness of Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml has not been established.
In some cases, Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml may cause dizziness and drowsiness. So if you observe such symptoms immediately stop the intake of Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml.
Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml can only be injected in persons dealing with liver disease if prescribed by a doctor.
Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml can only be injected in persons dealing with kidney disease if prescribed by a doctor.
Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml can not be injected in persons of 21 years of age or younger as safety and effectiveness of Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml has not been established.
Before 1 week of taking a Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml injection stop using pain killers like aspirin, vitamin E, fish oils, St. John’s wort (antidepressant), and Ginkgo Biloba.
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Expires on or after - Sep-23
Osteoarthritis: It is a long term joint condition that occurs when the concentration of sodium hyaluronate in joints decreases. Hyaluronic acid is found in the joints, and its work is to lubricate and provide a cushion between two bones. When Hyaluronic acid gets reduced, it causes the bone to rub together, leading to pain, stiffness, and other osteoarthritis symptoms. This disease can occur in any joint but commonly affected areas of the body are hands, fingertips, knees, hips, spine, typically at the neck or lower back. The most common osteoarthritis symptoms include pain, tenderness (discomfort when pressing on the area with fingers), stiffness, and inflammation.
Dry eyes: It occurs when your eyes cannot make or produce sufficient fluid or teras, making your eye feel uncomfortable, even leading to vision problems. Common signs of dry eyes include scratchy feeling, burning feeling, red eyes, light sensitivity, and blurry vision.
Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml is not suggested in patients with knee joint infections, or skin disease in the area of the injection site. This medicine is also not administered to patients with known allergy to Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml.
The safety and effectiveness of Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml in joints other than the knee have not been established. So its use in parts other than the knee joint should be avoided.
Sodium hyaluronate is a natural viscous gel fluid found naturally in the joints of the body. This fluid works as a lubricant and shock absorber for the joints for smooth movement. This medicine is used to reduce knee joints frictions by balancing fluid in the knee joint and reducing the pain caused by osteoarthritis.
After getting the injection of Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml, a person should avoid jogging or high-impact sports such as soccer or tennis. With it also avoid weight-bearing activity or standing for longer than 1 hour at a time. Consult with your doctor how long to wait before you resume these activities.
Do not try to take injections on your own. Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml has to be given by the registered medical practitioner (RMP) or doctor familiar with intra-articular injection techniques and facilities well suited for intra-articular injections.
Yes, Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml can cause dizziness in some patients. They may experience symptoms such as the feeling of fainting, weakness, or lightheadedness.
No, Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml is not indicated for stomach pain. If you have symptoms of stomach pain, contact a doctor. Stomach pain might be an early symptom of ulcer, acidity, or gastric bleeding.
Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml is a single injection and should directly be injected into the knee joint by the healthcare provider. It should be infected for one time per treatment course. Duration of treatment will be decided by the doctor so consult with them.
Hyla Eye Drops 10 ml
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