Where to buy Ocuflox ?
- 3 mg - Ofloxacin USP;
- 0.05 mg - Beozalkonium chloride USP;
Ocuflox eye drops are indicated for the treatment of:
- Ocular surface caused by various gram-negative;
- Gram-positive bacteria;
- External infections of the eye;
- Corneal ulcers;
- Anaerobic species;
Ocuflox eye drops are contraindicated in patients with a history of
hypersensitivity to Ofloxacin, to other quinolones. or to any of the components in Ocuflox eye drops.
There are no established control studies to date on safety of using Ocuflox eye drops, in pregnant
women. Hence discretion on the part of the physician is called for in prescribing to pregnant women.
Because of the potential for adverse reactions from Ocuflox eye drops in nursing infants, a decision should
be made whether to discontinue nursing or to discontinue Ocuflox eye drops, taking into account the importance of the
drug to the mother.
The most frequently reported drug-related adverse reaction was transient ocular burning or discomfort.
Other reported reactions include:
- Blurred vision;
- Chemical conjunctivitis / keratitis;
- Eye pain;
- Foreign body sensation;
- Periocular / facial edema;
Rare reports of dizziness have been received.
One or two drops of Ocuflox eye drops should be instilled in the
infected eye 4 times a day. Alterations (increase and decrease) of dosage may be made based upon the clinical
response as judged by the physician. Therapy may be continued for 24 to 48 hours after targets are achieved.
Clinically apparent symptoms of overdosage may be seen as:
- Lid edema;
- Punctate keratitis;
Ocuflox eye drop should be withheld and appropriate change in therapy instituted.
Ocuflox eye drops available in a 5 ml plastic dropper bottle.