Brolene Eye Drops 10ml
- For the treatment of minor eye infections
- Propamidine Isetionate
- Stops the growth of bacteria
Brolene Eye Drops contain a medicine called propamidine isetionate. This belongs to a group of medicines called disinfectants and antifungals. It is used for minor infections of the eye or eyelid.
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Brolene Eye Drops 10ml
Brolene Eye Drops 10ml contain a medicine called propamidine isethionate. Belonging to a group of medicines called disinfectants and antifungals, propamidine isethionate works by stopping the growth of bacteria, allowing your body the time it needs to fight off infection.
If you have been prescribed eye drops of any kind, including Brolene Eye drops 10ml, check that you aren’t allergic to any of the ingredients such as propamidine isethionate. Signs you may be allergic are a rash, swallowing or breathing problems, swollen lips, face, throat, tongue or around the eyes.
Brolene 0.1 Eye Drops 10ml
Signs of an infection that may need to be treated with Brolene 0.1 Eye Drops 10ml include:
- Burning or gritty feeling in the eye
- Sticky pus that sticks to eye lashes, eventually dries and becomes crusty
Once the drops are administered to the affected eye, the active ingredient kills bacteria on contact and prevents any existing ones from multiplying or new ones from growing. Whilst the Brolene 0.1 Eye Drops 10ml take care of the existing bacteria, the body’s immune system kills off any remaining trace of bacteria.
As well as treating eye infection, the active ingredient used in Brolene 0.1 Eye Drops 10ml, propamidine isethionate, is also used by eye specialists to treat acanthamoeba keratitis, a rare eye infection caused by the use of contact lenses.
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Brolene Eye Drops
Always follow your doctor’s advice when using this product. Brolene Eye drops are intended for use in the eye only and should not be ingested. The following are guidelines and advice straight from the manufacturer:
- When using Brolene eye drops be careful not to touch the dropper or tube tip, this helps avoid contaminating the medicine.
- Once the drops have been applied to the affected eye(s), your vision may blur temporarily.
- Avoid wearing contact lenses as it could aggravate the infection.
- Brolene Eye Drops should not be used for more than two days without seeking advice from your doctor.
- Any issues with your vision of if your vision worsens, seek immediate medical advice.
- Until it’s opened, Brolene eye drops are sterile. Any remaining medication left after four weeks should be disposed of, as it is likely to be contaminated.
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Brolene Eye Drops Spc
Brolene Eye Drops SPC (Summary of Product Characteristics) can be found via online or inside the product box.
The Brolene Eye Drops SPC will contain common questions about Brolene Eye Drops, it does not however contain all of the available information. It should not be used for advice in place of your doctor’s instructions.
For further information that isn’t contained in the Brolene Eye Drops SPC, contact your doctor or pharmacist.
Brolene Eye Drops Patient Information
Every purchase of a Brolene will include a Brolene Eye Drops Patient information leaflet. This contains everything you need to know about the medication, including what it is, the ingredients it contains, possible side effects and how to use it.
If for some reason your purchase doesn’t include a Brolene Eye Drops Patient information leaflet you can download and print one off one for yourself by clicking the link below.
Brolene Eye Drops Age Baby
Intended ages for Brolene drops are Adults, and children who are not considered babies. Your doctor should first be informed before using this product on a baby. The antibiotic ingredient may be too strong for them and a lower strength may be needed.
Brolene Eye Drops For Infants
Brolene Eye Drops for infants should not be used unless you have sought medical advice from your doctor. You should always tell your doctor if you intend on using brolene eye drops for infants.
The majority of eye infections (conjunctivitis) seen in infants are caused by a blocked tear duct or a bacterial/viral infection. One in five babies are born without their tear ducts properly developed, affecting one or both eyes. This will generally improve over a couple of months, but if it continues to cause problems or doesn’t improve you may be referred to an eye specialist.
Do Brolene Eye Drops Hurt
Do Brolene eye drops hurt?
Like with all medicines, Brolene eye drops can cause side effects, although not everyone will experience them. If your eyes hurt after using Brolene eye drops, for example a stinging or burning sensation, you should stop using the drops and see a doctor as soon as possible.
If you are worried about the side effects and in particular if they’ll hurt you, speak to your doctor. Your doctor may be able to find alternatives that may be more suitable for you.
Brolene Eye Drops Ingredients
The Brolene Eye Drops Ingredients are as follows:
- The active Brolene eye drops ingredients are 0.1% propamidine isethionate.
- Other Brolene eye drops ingredients include ammonium chloride, sodium chloride, benzalkonium chloride, sodium hydroxide and water for injections.
Like all medicines, Brolene Eye Drops can
cause side effects, although not everybody
Stop using Brolene Eye Drops and see a
doctor as soon as possible if:
– You get any kind of skin problem, such as
a rash or itching around your eyes or they
become more red
– You get a stinging or burning sensation in
For the patient information leaflet