Tag: eye drops

Sincon uses, dose and side effects

Sincon is a tear substitute, which is dropped into the eye when it causes problems in the form of e.g. burning and gravel feeling. It acts as the natural tear fluid and moisturizes and lubricates the eye so that the discomfort disappears. It is used to relieve the symptoms of dry eyes.

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Lumigan – Bimatoprost uses, dose and side effects

LUMIGAN is a drug used in glaucoma ( glaucoma ) and belongs to a class of drugs called prostamides.

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Izba – Travoprost uses, dose and side effects

IZBA contains travoprost, part of a group of medicines called prostaglandin analogue you.

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Isopto-Maxidex – Dexamethasone uses, dose and side effects

Isopto-Maxidex is used to suppress inflammation in the outer and front parts of the eye.

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Isopto-Atropine – Atropine sulphate uses, dose and side effects

Isopto-Atropine is a painkiller and pupil dilator. It is used in certain types of eye infections and to improve vision in some cases.

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Emadine – Emedastine uses, dose and side effects

EMADINE is a medicine used to treat seasonal allergic conjunctivitis of the eye (allergic condition of the eye). It works by reducing the intensity of one of the allergic reactions.

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DuoTrav – Travoprost uses, dose and side effects

DuoTrav eye drops, the solution is a combination of two active substances (travoprost and timolol ). Travoprost is a prostaglandin analog, which works by increasing the outflow of fluid in the eye, which lowers the pressure in the eye. Timolol is a beta-blocker, which works by reducing the production of fluid in the eye. The two substances work together to reduce eye pressure.

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Duokopt – Dorzolamide – Timolol uses, dose and side effects

Duokopt is preservative-free eye drops, solution.. Duocopt contains two active substances: dorzolamide and timolol.

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Dorzolamide – Timolol Actavis – Timolol uses, dose and side effects

Dorzolamide / Timolol Actavis contains two drug substances: dorzolamide and timolol . Dorzolamide belongs to a group of medicines called carbanhydrase inhibitors. Timolol belongs to a group of medicines called beta-blockers.

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Dicloabak – Diclofenac Sodium uses, dose and side effects

This medicine contains an anti-inflammatory painkiller ( NSAID ) for use in the eyes.

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Dexafree – Dexamethasone Phosphate uses, dose and side effects

Dexafree are disposable eye drops that contain a substance called dexamethasone. The substance is a corticosteroid that inhibits inflammatory symptoms.

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Cystadrops – Cysteamine uses, dose and side effects

Cystadrops are eye drops that contain the active substance cysteamine (also called mercaptamine).

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Cyclopentolate Bausch & Lomb – Cyclopentolate Hydrochloride uses, dose and side effects

Cyclopentolate Bausch & Lomb dilates the pupil of one in your eye and affects the sphincter of the eye’s radiating body to relax. The sphincter controls the coupling of the lens of the eye and thereby the accommodation of the eye (distance setting). A relaxation of the sphincter, therefore, means that accommodation is disconnected.

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Cosopt Sine – Dorzolamide – Timolol uses, dose and side effects

Cosopt sine contains two drug substances: dorzolamide and timolol.

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Cosopt – Dorzolamide and Timolol uses, dose and side effects

Cosopt contains two drug substances: dorzolamide and timolol .Dorzolamide belongs to a group of medicines, so-called carbohydrase inhibitors.

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Cleari – Naphazoline hydrochloride uses, dose and side effects

This medicine contains the active substance naphazoline hydrochloride which belongs to a group of medicines called local vasoconstrictors. These drugs work by narrowing the blood vessels in the eye and thereby reducing redness and swelling.

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Ciloxan – Ciprofloxacin uses, dose and side effects

Eye drops for the treatment of bacterial infection in the conjunctiva and cornea of both children and adults.

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Celluvisc – Caramel sodium uses, dose and side effects

Celluvisc is a clear solution in single-dose plastic containers . Each single-dosecontainer contains 0.4 ml of solution.

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CelluFluid – Carmelo’s sodium uses, dose and side effects

Cellufluid is a tear substitute and contains a lubricant called carmellose sodium. Cellufluid is used to relieve symptoms due to dry eyes (eg chafing, burning sensation, irritation, and dryness) caused by not producing enough tear fluid to keep the eye moist.

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Brinzolamide Stada – Brinzolamide uses, dose and side effects

Brinzolamide Stada contains brinzolamide, which belongs to a group of medicines called carbohydrase inhibitors. It lowers the pressure in the eye.

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Brinzolamide Sandoz – Brinzolamide uses, dose and side effects

Brinzolamide Sandoz contains brinzolamide, which belongs to a group of medicines called carbohydrase inhibitors. It lowers the pressure in the eye.

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