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Adsorbonac

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Indications

This ophthalmic clinical product is based on Sodium Chloride, a substance well known for its therapeutic effects. Unfortunately, we cannot provide you with further information regarding the ingredients of Adsorbonac. We strongly advise you to read the drug's leaflet with great care in case you need to know further medical facts concerning this matter.
This popular eye medication is widely employed by patients who present corneal swelling (this is a clinical symptom that may arise due to a variety of clinical disorders). Furthermore, some ophthalmologists have indicated a certain (special) dose of Adsorbonac during an eye examination.

Contraindications

Individuals who present a medical history rich in allergic reactions and / or various eye medical conditions should make sure that their ophthalmologist is well aware of this matter when he or she prescribes them the regular use of Adsorbonac. As with most other clinical remedies, the use of Adsorbonac should be cautiously employed by nursing mothers and also by pregnant mothers. Before you start a therapeutic course with Adsorbonac you should discuss with your prescribing professional the benefits and risks that are associated with the average therapy course with Adsorbonac. Individuals with kidney or liver conditions should employ certain precautions during their therapy with this eye medication.

Intake Guidelines

It is important to apply each and every dose of Adsorbonac according to the professional instructions of your prescribing health care specialist. It is important to thoroughly wash both your hands before you handle the pack of this clinical product. All patients must know that the drug's dropper is sterile; they should also be well aware of the importance of keeping the dropper uncontaminated (germ-free) in order to avoid the unwanted development of any infectious disorder of the eye. For this reason, you should not allow Adsorbonac's dropper to come into direct physical contact with your hands, eyes or any other surface. In order to be granted the best results from your therapy course with this eye medication you should shake the Adsorbonac container before using it. If you are also using any other eye clinical product, you should allow at least 10 minutes to pass before applying the needed dose of that other eye remedy. Furthermore, one is not allowed to employ his or her contact lenses within the first 15 minutes after the administration of a dose of Adsorbonac. You must not use Adsorbonac if the solution contains abnormal particles, is cloudy or presents an unusual color.

Dosage

The recommended dosage of Adsorbonac should be acquired from your personal health care specialist. The unauthorized use of this remedy can worsen the patient's initial symptoms. Although the product's leaflet should contain some dosage directions, it is best to consult your prescribing professional regarding this matter. Even if you suspect that your treatment course with Adsorbonac is not paying off the expected benefits, you should not employ extra doses of Adsorbonac. In such cases, you should seek your PD's professional expertise, as he or she is the only one who is able to make any decision concerning any potential dosage adjustments.

Overdose

Adsorbonac over-dosage is an unwanted complication of one's therapy course with Adsorbonac that is known to be induced by the unauthorized use of abnormally large amounts of this eye remedy. A patient who finds himself in such a situation should be immediately transported to the nearest emergency setting in order to be granted the needed symptomatic therapy option for his or her condition. The symptoms of Adsorbonac over-dosage ought to be strongly related to the most severe adverse clinical manifestations of this eye remedy.

Missed Dose

Missed (neglected) doses of Adsorbonac ought to be replaced as soon as you re-gain access to your pack of Adsorbonac. However, as double doses of this eye remedy are not recommended, in case you are supposed employ another dose of Adsorbonac soon, you should skip either the missed one or the future one. After this, you may continue your current dosing routine with Adsorbonac. In case a patient younger than 18 suffers from the effects of such a disruption of their therapy course with Adsorbonac, the individual's personal physician should be immediately alerted.

Side Effects

As it is with most other medical products, the use of this eye remedy will trigger a set of temporary adverse clinical reactions. Most of them will affect the patient's vision, as most individuals who were using Adsorbonac commonly complained of unstable or blurred vision, especially within a couple of hours after administrating this eye product. The first application of this eye product may determine the development of eye irritation and / or burning. Although this is a normal condition, in case these symptoms worsen or if they persist during your therapy course with Adsorbonac you should alert your prescribing professional. Other common clinical manifestations that may appear due to one's prolonged use of this eye clinical remedy include: headaches, sensitivity to light, vision disturbances, swelling, pain or eye redness. The development of any of these clinical manifestations should be immediately reported to the patient's PD (the one who advised him or her to start using Adsorbonac on a regular basis).

Interactions

A combination between this eye remedy and any other prescription or over the counter medical products is not recommended, as they may diminish the effectiveness of your therapy course with Adsorbonac. For further information, contact your pharmacist.

Other Brand Names

In some countries Adsorbonac may also be known as:
- Afrin Natural;
- Aqua Lent Limpia Cristales;
- Atomic Enema;
- Bausch & Lomb Sensitive Eyes Saline;
- Certified Nasal;
- Corni Limp;
- Ery-Set;
- Fess;
- Fisiologico Mein;
- Fisiologico Serra Pamies;
- Fisiologico Vitulia;
- Flebobag Fisio;
- Fluimucil;
- Hypergel;
- Hypersol;
- Irriclens;
- Larmabak;
- Larmes Artificielles;
- Lens Plus Buffered Saline Solution;
- Lens Plus;
- Mesalt;
- Mucolyt;
- Multisoro;
- Muro 128;
- Narisoro;
- Nasal Physiologic Solution;
- Nasal Physiological Solution;
- Nasolac;
- Nazosoro;
- Novo Rino-S;
- Oftalook;
- Otrivin Baby;
- Pediasea;
- Phy-O;
- Physiodose;
- Physiologica;
- Physiorhine;
- Relente;
- Rhinaris Saline;
- Rhinospray Atlantik;
- Rinoben;
- Rinoflux;
- Rinokid;
- Rins-Sal;
- Safeway Nasal;
- Salsep;
- Salsol A;
- Sinustrat Solucao Natural;
- Slow-Sodium;
- SmartDose;
- Snif;
- Softwear;
- Soroliv;
- Soroneo;
- Tetrisal;
- Unilarm;
- Viskose ojendraber;
- Xylisol;
- Yusin Tears I;

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