Floximed (Eye/Ear Drops)

Each ml contains ciprofloxacin 3.0 mg.

- Local therapy of various infectious eye diseases and its appendages caused by sensitive bacteria: acute and subacute conjunctivitis, blepharoconjunctivitis, blepharitis, bacterial cornea ulcers with/without hypopyon, bacterial keratitis and keratoconjunctivitis, chronic dacryocystitis, and meibomitis.
- Pre-operational prophylaxis in ophtalmosurgery.
- Treatment of post-operative infectious complications.
- Treatment and prophylaxis of post-traumic infectious complications (with or without foreign bodies).

Hypersensitivity to ciprofloxacin and other drugs of fluoroquinolones group, deficit of glucose-6-phospahte phosphate dehydrogenase, infancy and adolescence, pregnancy and lactation.

Local reactions: possible allergic reactions, itching, burning, slight painfullness and hyperemia of conjunctiva, nausea; rarely eyelid edema, photophobia, lacrimation, sensation of a foreign body in eyes, foul taste immediately after putting the ointment in an eye, impairment of vision acuity, crystal precipitation, keratitis, keratopathy, appearance of spots and cornea infiltration.

1-2 drops is instilled into conjunctival sac. The frequency of instillations depends on severity of inflammation. Acute bacterial conjunctivitis, squamous and ulcerative blepharitis: 4-8 times daily depending on disease severity. Therapy course is 5-14 days. Keratitis: 1 drop not less than 6 times a day. If a positive effect occurs maximum treatment course depending on severity of cornea injury is 2-4 weeks. Cornea injury by Pseudomonas aeruginosa: 1 drop not less than 8-12 times a day. Treatment depends on clinical course and usually is about 2-3 weeks. Anterior uveitis: 1 drop 8-12 times daily. Acute dacryocystitis and canaliculitis: 6-12 times a day. Chronic acute dacryocystitis and canaliculitis: 4-8 times a day. Wounds of eyes and their appendages, prophylaxis of postoperative inflammatory disease: 4-6 times a day within postoperative period, usually 5 days-1 month. At night in addition to eye drops use eye ointment for a long drug effect.

Co-administration with beta-lactams, aminoglycosides, vancomycin, clindamycin, and metronidazole increases ciprofloxacin activity.

Only for topical application. Inform a patient about that if conjunctive hyperemia persists or increases after application he should discontinue the drug application and turn to a doctor. It is not recommended to wear soft lenses during therapy. Patients wearing contact lenses should apply only putting them away. Lenses may be put again in 15-20 minutes following instillation.

The application of Floximed during pregnancy and lactation is contraindicated.

5 ml in a plastic vial with a dropper and screw cup in a carton box with an insert.


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