Tear Drops - 10 ml Bottle
|Description||Tear drops is a formulation created to treat the problems of dry eyes. Its active component Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium belongs to a group of drugs known as eye lubricants or artificial tears|
|Generic For||Tear Drops|
|Strength||10 ml Bottle|
|Generic Name||Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium|
Tear drops 10 ml(Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium)
Tear drops is a formulation created to treat the problems of dry eyes. Its active component Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium belongs to a group of drugs known as eye lubricants or artificial tears. Eye lubricants keep the eye moist, protect the eye from infection and injury as well as reduce the severity of symptoms such as itching, feeling of something in the eye and burning sensation. The solution may contain other inactive components, which can cause allergic reactions or other health issues. Talk to your physician for more details.
Tear drops general information
What are Tear drops used for?
Tear drops target dry and irritated eyes. It is used to relieve symptoms of dry eyes including irritation and burning in the eye. The eye drop solution may also be used for other purposes not mentioned in this patient’s leaflet.
How does Tear drops work?
Tear drops comprise of an active ingredient Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium, an anionic polymer with a clarified solution dissolved in hot and cold water. It works as moisture retention agent and reduces irritation and dryness by lubricating and wetting the eye surface.
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What does Tear drops contain?
Tear drops for topical use are supplied as eye drop solution in a 10 ml bottle. Each bottle contains Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium as the main active ingredient.
What are the side effects of Tear drops?
Common side effects of the medicine include blurred vision, itching, pain, eye discharge, redness, foreign body sensation, visual impairment, etc.
A very serious allergic reaction to this medication is rare. However, seek immediate medical help if you experience any of the following:
- Trouble breathing
- Severe dizziness
- Rash, swelling, itching especially, on the face, tongue, or throat
What medications interact with Tear drops?
Caution should be taken when Tear drops are administered with any other drugs. This leaflet may not carry all the possible interactions. Therefore, you should always tell your physician about all the medicines that you use during the treatment with Tear drops. Make sure that you carry a list of all your medications whenever you visit a physician.
When should Tear drops not be used?
Tear drops solution should not be used in patients with known hypersensitivity to Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium or other inactive ingredients of the formulation.
How should Tear drops be taken?
Follow all the directions of your physician. If you have an any doubt about the medicine, consult your physician. Never use a preparation that has changed color or is cloudy. The eye drops may be used as often as required. To apply the drops, first, place the dropper over the eye and squeeze out one or two drops as required. After the application close your eyes immediately for at least one minute and look down. Now what you need to do is place one of your finger at the corner of the eye near the nose and apply gentle pressure. This activity of yours prevents the solution from draining out of the eye.
The eye drops may be harmful if swallowed. In case, swallowing, or overdose is suspected, contact your physician, or immediately visit the nearest healthcare centre.
How long should you take Tear drops?
The Tear drops 10 ml dose should be used as directly recommended by your physician.
Missed dose of Tear drops?
If you forget or miss a dose of Tear drops 10 ml, do not try to make it up by taking an extra dose. Instead, go back to your normal administration schedule as soon as you can and inform your physician about the dose that you have missed.
How should Tear drops be stored?
- Keep the solution in its original packet only until it is time to take them.
- The eye drops should be kept in a cool, dry place where it cannot be exposed to sunlight and moisture.
- Avoid keeping the liquid preparation in the window sill as heat and dampness can destroy some medicines.
- Keep it in a place where children and pets cannot reach.