INTRODUCTION OF AUROPENT
Auropent Eye Drop is used before eye examinations and for treatment of an eye condition called uveitis. It works by enlarging the pupil of the eyes and helps the doctor visualize the eye more closely. It also reduces redness and swelling in the eyes after cataract surgery.
Auropent Eye Drop is for external use only. Use it in the dose and duration as advised by the doctor. Refrain from touching the tip of the dropper to avoid contaminating the eye drops.
Using Auropent Eye Drop can make your eyes more sensitive to light. Thus, wear sunglasses to protect your eyes from sunlight and other bright lights. The common side effects include burning sensation, irritation, or temporarily blurring of the vision. Usually, these symptoms resolve quickly. However, if the symptoms persist for a longer duration, contact your doctor. It is not advised to drive after using this medicine as it may cause blurring of the vision.
USES OF AUROPENT EYE DROP
- Eye examination
BENEFITS OF AUROPENT EYE DROP
In Eye examination
SIDE EFFECTS OF AUROPENT EYE DROP
Common side effects of Auropent
- Eye irritation
- Foreign body sensation in eyes
- Blurred vision
- Eye itching
- Stinging in the eyes
- Increased intraocular pressure
- Burning sensation in eye
HOW TO USE AUROPENT EYE DROP
HOW AUROPENT EYE DROP WORKS
To reduce the amount of Auropent Eye Drop that reaches the breastmilk, place pressure over the corner of the eye for 1 minute or more, then remove the excess solution with an absorbent tissue.