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Allergan Prefrin Liquifilm Eye Drops 15ml is specially formulated to offer fast relief for red and irritated eyes. This bottle of eye drops whiten, moisturise and soothe your eyes.
Allergan Prefrin Liquifilm Eye Drops 15ml
Scheduling status. Schedule 0. Proprietary name (and dosage form): Prefrin liquifilm sterile eye drops. Composition: Each ml contains: phenylephrine hydrochloride 1.2mg, liquifilm (polyvinyl alcohol) 14mg, benzalkonium chloride (preservative) 0.004% m/v. Pharmacological classification: A. 15.4. Ophthalmic preparations. Other. Pharmacological action: Prefrin liquifilm is a lubricating decongestant that whitens the eyes and has been found to be beneficial in the relief of minor eye irritations caused by colds, hayfever, dust, smog, hard contact lenses, sun, swimming and wind, in the absence of infection. Indications: Relief of minor eye irritations. Indentification: A clear colourless solution. Presentation: Prefrin liquifilm sterile eye drops are supplied in sterile plastic dropper bottles containing 15ml solution. ® marks owned by Allergan, Inc. ©2013 Allergan, Inc., Irvine CA 92612.
Quantity in pack:
Allergan®. Prefrin®. Phenylephrine HCl. Liquifilm® eye drops for red eyes. Whitens. Moisturises. Soothes. Fast relief for red irritated eyes. Sterile. 15ml.
Dosage and directions for use: One or two drops instilled into each eye. May be repeated at intervals of 3 to 4 hours as required.
Store below 25 degrees C. Keep bottle tightly closed when not in use. Do not use more than 30 days after opening.
Contraindications: Contraindicated in narrow angle glaucoma. Not intended for use with soft contact lenses. As the possibility of adverse effects on the corneal permeability and danger of disruption of the corneal epithelium with prolonged or repeated usage of benzalkonium chloride preserved preparations cannot be excluded, regular ophthalmological examination is required. Caution should be exercised in the use of benzalkonium chloride preserved topical medication over an extended period in patients with extensive ocular surface disease. Side effects and special precautions: Pupillary dilation may occur in some individuals. Should not be used in the presence of narrow angle glaucoma, and in persons with a known history of hypersensitivity towards any of the ingredients. Known symptoms of overdosage and particulars of its treatment: Ocular overdosage may rarely cause systemic sympathomimetic effects (e.g. palpitation, tachycardia, premature ventricular contractions, occipital headache, pallor, trembling, increased perspiration and hypertension). These effects may be treated with an alpha-adrenoreceptor blocking agent followed, if necessary, by a beta-adrenoreceptor blocking agent. Keep out of reach of children.