Active Ingredient: Oxymetazoline
Dosage: 1 ml
Route of Administration: Ocular
Dosage Form: Solution
Quantity per package: 1 unit
Availability: Out of stock
Hyalox Ofteno contains oxymetazoline. The route of administration is ocular. These eye drops are devoted to the treatment of eye redness, eye dryness and other eye problems.
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Hyalox Ofteno is indicated for the treatment of hyperemia, burning, dryness and foreign body sensation due to eye irritation from sunlight, dust, air, chlorinated water, weak chemical agents, exposure to intense light and any other condition that causes mild eye irritation (irritative conjunctivitis). It can also be used as a complementary treatment in infectious or inflammatory eye conditions.
Dosage and administration
Apply 1 or 2 drops of the product to the bottom (s) of the lower conjunctival sac, 2 to 4 times a day, as required, to relieve symptoms. Route of administration: ophthalmic.
Hyalox Ofteno is contraindicated in case of hypersensitivity to oxymetazoline, sodium hyaluronate and / or any component of the formula. It is contraindicated in individuals with narrow or closed chamber angle, as well as in individuals with cardiovascular, dysthyroid, diabetic conditions and in those receiving treatment with monoamine oxidase inhibitors or tricyclic antidepressants.
The product may cause transient burning after topical application. Hypersensitive patients can experience pupillary dilation (mydriasis). Mydriasis can precipitate an acute attack of narrow or narrow-angle glaucoma. In addition, its prolonged use can produce a rebound effect in hyperemia. Precautions: excessive dosage and prolonged use may increase conjunctival irritation and cause systemic adverse effects.
Topical overdose may cause local and systemic side effects. In case of an accidental overdose of Hyalox Ofteno, administer oral fluids to dilute it and consult your doctor.
This drug does not interact with other medications. It can be administered concomitantly with topical antibiotics, topical steroids and antiglaucomatous. Topical anesthetics can increase the absorption of topical drugs and cause side effects of oxymetazoline, which should be avoided if the patient is treated with monoamonooxidase inhibitors or tricyclic antidepressants.