Nasal Products


Nozeylin (Eye/Nose Drops)
(Naphazoline hydrochloride, Chlorpheniramine maleate)

COMPOSITION
Each ml contains naphazolin hydrochloride 0.5 mg, chlorpheniramine maleate 0.5 mg.

INDICATIONS
- Rhinitis (acute, allergic), sinusitis;
- Nasal hemorrhage (as vasoconstrictor) to stop and alleviate conduction of rhinoscopy;
- Hay fever;
- Conjunctivitis (allergic, chronic);
- Asthenopic disorders (accommodation disturbance in case of enlarged visual activity)
- Spring conjunctivitis (in combined therapy).

CONTRAINDICATIONS
- Rased sensitivity towards any drug's component.
- Arterial hypertension;
- Tachycardia;
- Hyperthyroidism;
- Evident atherosclerosis;
- Angle-closure glaucoma;
- Parallel intake with MAO inhibitors, and within 14 days after their cancellation.
- Nozeylin is contraindicated to children till the age of 6.

ADVERSE EFFECTS
Adverse effects caused by local action of the drug: mydriasis, lacrimation, intraocular pressure increase, hyperemia increase, irritation, discomfort, burning, in case of long use nose mucous membrane edema, atrophic rhinitis. Adverse effects caused by systemic action of the drug: dizziness, headache, nausea, weakness, sleepiness, irritation, arterial hypertension, tachycardia.

PRECAUTIONS
It is recommended to have not long break after 5-7 days of treatment with the drug. It is not recommended to use the drug in case of chronic rhinitis. To use with caution to patients with heavy cardio-vascular deceases including cardiac rate abnormalities, hardly controlled arterial hypertension and patients with diabetes mellitus, especially with disposition to ketoacidosis. Eye drops Nozeylin must be used with caution during driving, work with complicated machines, as it can appear temporary blurred vision immediately after instillation.

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION
Eye drops: To adults and children at the age of 6 and elder the recommended dose of the drug is 1-2 drops in conjunctival sac of effected eye (or both eyes) to 4 times a day. Nose drops: To adults and children at the age of 6 and elder the recommended dose of the drug is 1-2 drops in every nasal meatus 3-4-times a day. To prevent contamination of the content on the vial-dropper must be avoided touching of the top of dropper with any surfaces. After use close the vial tightly.

PREGNANCY AND LACTATION
Prescription of Nozeylin during pregnancy can be only if probable benefit for mother is higher that potential risk for fetus. Nozeylin must be prescribed with care in period of breast feeding.

MANUFACTURED FORM
15 ml of eye/nose drops is in a plastic vial with a dropper and screw cup. 1 vial with a dropper in a carton box with an annotation-insert.


Nasal Products


Etacid (Nasal Sprey)

Nozeylin (Eye/Nose Drops)




 Events & Exhibitions



More...

A patient with the fundus lesion shown is at risk for developing:

a. cystoid macular edema
b. choroidal neovascularization
c. retinal detachment
d. hypotony maculopathy


WOC 2014 in Tokyo, Japan
Online submission of abstracts will open on March 1, 2013. The deadline for abstract submission is July 26, 2013 at midnight in Tokyo. Submissions will be reviewed by the WOC 2014 Scientific Program Committee. Primary authors will be notified of acceptance by early October, 2013.
More..


Researchers Develop Gene Therapy That Could Correct A Common Form Of Blindness
A new gene therapy method developed by University of Florida researchers has the potential to treat a common form of blindness that strikes both youngsters and adults.
More..


Oxygen Therapy Helps Heal Chemical and Thermal Burns in the Eyes
Scientists at the Department of Ophthalmology, Ahvaz Jundishapur University of Medical Sciences, treated 24 eyes of 22 patients with acute chemical and thermal burns in their eyes.
More..


Glaucoma Causes Higher Risk of Falls Among Older Adults
Glaucoma can affect a person's downward field of view, and this seems to be causing a higher risk of falls resulting in injury among older people with the eye disease.
More..


Why Do Birds Fly into Power Lines? Is Poor Vision the Problem?
esearch suggests that collision with human structures is the largest unintended human cause of bird deaths
More..


Diabetes and Hypertension Increase Glaucoma Risk
People with diabetes and/or hypertension are more likely to develop open-angle glaucoma (OAG) as well.
More..


Be Careful Out There: Fireworks Caused 1,300 Eye Injuries in One Month in 2010
Sparklers caused about 200 U.S. eye injuries during a one-month period in 2010.
More..


High Visual Perception Ability in Autistic People Explained
It has been noticed before that autistic people are highly able to process visual information, and this may be why.
More..


Why Cold Temperatures Increase Eye Dryness
In fact, the meibum can solidify in cold temperatures and block the meibomian gland ducts
More..




Home      |      Site Map      |      Terms of Use      |      Privacy Policy

2012 World Medicine Ophthalmics. All Rights Reserved.