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Optrex Infected Eyes Eye Drops 10ml

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For the treatment of acute bacterial conjunctivitis.

What are Optrex Infected Eye drops used for?

Optrex Infected eye drops contain an antibiotic called chloramphenicol. It is used to treat bacterial infections
that affect the front surfaces of the eye. The most common type of infection in this area is called acute bacterial conjunctivitis.

When you have this Condition, the white part of one or both of your eyes will be red and/or your eyelids may be red or swollen. There will be a sticky discharge, which can make the eye difficult to open in the morning and the eye may feel gritty' or 'irritated'.

Chloramphenicol eye drops are not suitable for treating eye infections that have spread to the deeper layers of the eye coverings or into the fluid within the eyeball. Antibiotic tablets or injections are needed to treat these deeper, more serious infections.

Optrex Infected Eye Drops- Treatment of acute bacterial conjunctivitis. Contains chloramphenicol 0.5% w/v. Always read the label.

Active Ingredient:
Chloramphenicol 0.5% w/v
Optrex Infected Eye Drops is a pharmacy only medicine.

Borax powder
Boric acid powder
Phenylmercuric nitrate
Purified Water

Always read the label.

REMEMBER! Optrex Infected Eye Drops (Pharmacy only) needs to be kept in the fridge.
Store at 2°C to 8°C.
Discard after a 5 day course of treatment.

Always read the label and the enclosed patient information leaflet

Only use the drops during waking hours.
Ensure your hands are clean and dry and the bottle's seal is intact. Gently squeeze 1 drop into the infected eye every 2 hours for the first 48 hours, and every 4 hourly thereafter.
The course of treatment is 5 days.

Don't use the drops for more than five days without consulting your doctor or pharmacist. If the symptoms don't improve within 48 hours, talk to your doctor or pharmacist. If symptoms worsen at any time, seek medical advice immediately.
Contact lenses should not be worn for the duration of the treatment
For advice about the suitability of Optrex Infected Eye Drops (Pharmacy only) for you, please speak to your pharmacist. Always read the label.