NSAID, a derivative of phenylacetic acid, has anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.
Inhibiting COX-1 and COX-2 indiscriminately, it disrupts arachidonic acid metabolism, reduces the number of prostaglandins in the inflammation focus.
When applied topically it reduces swelling and pain in inflammatory processes of non-infectious etiology.
Conjunctivitis, Pain, Corneal Injuries
- inhibition of miosis during cataract surgery;
- inflammatory processes after surgical interventions;
- prevention of cystoid optic nerve edema before and after surgery related to lens removal and implantation;
- inflammatory processes of noninfectious nature with involvement of the anterior eye sections
- posttraumatic inflammation after penetrating and non-penetrating eye bulb wounds
- pain syndrome in excimer laser intervention.
1 ml contains
diclofenac sodium (diclofenac sodium) – 1 mg
Sodium dihydrophosphate dihydrate (sodium phosphate disodium disodium disodium),
dodecahydrate diphosphate (sodium phosphoric acid double-substituted 12-water),
sodium hydroxide (1 M solution, to pH 6.5-7.5),
How to take, the dosage
Topically. It is applied into the conjunctival sac before surgery – 1 drop 5 times for 3 hours at intervals of 20-25 minutes; immediately after surgery – 1 drop 3 times; further 1 drop 3-5 times daily for the required period; for other indications – 1 drop 4-5 times daily.
The interval after the use of Diclofenac eye drops and other eye drops should be at least 5 min. In the presence of clinical indications it can be combined with eye drops containing glucocorticosteroid agents.
Immediately after injection there may be blurring of visual perception, which may lead to difficulty in driving vehicles, (including cars), working at height. It is necessary to resume such activity only 15 min after the drug administration.
Wearing soft contact lenses at the same time as the drug is injected is not permitted. Hard contact lenses should be removed before injection and reinserted 20 minutes after injection.
- III trimester of pregnancy;
- children (under 2 years);
- high sensitivity to NSAIDs and other components of the drug.
With caution: “aspirin” asthma, epithelial herpetic keratitis (including in anamnesis); diseases causing blood clotting disorders (including hemophilia). Particular caution should be exercised in patients with gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer in the acute stage and also due to the risk of bleeding in patients receiving anticoagulants; in pregnancy, during lactation, in patients of child age (over 2 years) and elderly patients.
Local reactions: burning sensation in the eye, blurred vision (immediately after injection); corneal clouding (cornea), iritis.
Allergic reactions: itching of the eyes, conjunctival hyperemia, angioedema of the face, fever, chills, photosensitization, skin rash (mostly erythematous), urticaria.
Digestive system disorders: nausea, vomiting.
When Diclofenac eye drops are used in the recommended doses, overdose is unlikely.
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C.O.Rompharm Company S.R.L., Romania
C.O.Rompharm Company S.R.L.
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