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- 0.3 mg - Flurbiprofen Sodium USP;
- 2.5 mg - Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose;
- 0.02 mg - Phenyl Mercuric Nitrate IP;
- Aqueous buffered vehicle;
Flur eye drops are indicated for the inhibition of intraoperative miosis.
Flur eye drops are indicated for treatment of postoperative and postlaser trabeculoplasty
inflammation of the anterior segment of the eye.
Flur eye drops are contraindicated in epithelial herpes simplex
keratitis (dendritic keratiris) and in individuals who are
hypersensitive to the drop.
The most frequent adverse reactions reported with the use of Flur eye drops are transient burning and stinging
upon instillation and other minor symptoms of ocular irritation.
Flur eye drops are known that some systemic absorption does occur with ocularly applied drops, and that nonsteroidal
antiinflammatory drugs have been shown to increase bleeding time by interference with thrombocyte aggregation. There
have been reports that ocularly applied Flur eye drops may cause an increased bleeding tendency of ocular tissues in
conjunction with surgery. Flur eye drops are recommended that Flur eye drops be used with caution in surgical patients with known
bleeding tendencies or who are receiving other medication which may prolong bleeding time.
Overdosage will not ordinarily cause acute problems.
If accidentally ingested, drink fluids to dilute.
For inhibition of intraoperative miosis, a total of four drops
of Flur eye drops should be administered in the eye(s) by instilling
one drop approximately every half hour beginning 2 hours
before surgery. One Flur eye drop should be instilled into the
conjunctival sac every four hours for one week following laser
trabeculoplasty or two to three weeks after other surgical
Flur eye drops are supplied 5ml plastic dropper bottles.