Clinitas Carbomer Gel 0.2% 10g
- Effective Treatment For Dry Eyes
- Recommended For Night Time Use
- Reduces Itching and Irritation
- Buy with confidence from UK registered pharmacy
This product lubricates and moisturises the eye surface. It lubricates the surface of the eye when the eyes feel dry, gritty or sore. Clinitas Gel is a clear colourless liquid gel and contains a lubricant that is used as a substitute for natural tears.
Clinitas Carbomer Gel 0.2%
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Clinitas Gel is a clear colourless liquid gel and contains a lubricant that is used as a substitute for natural tears. Your eyes will normally produce just enough natural tears to allow them to move easily and comfortably. If your eyes do not produce enough tears they can become dry and irritated. It can also be used in patients who suffer from sore eyes because their tear film is unstable. Clinitas gel will help keep your eyes comfortable.
You may have dry eyes and need Clinitas Gel if your eyes are:
- Gritty & red
- Sensitive to light
- More watery than normal
Clinitas Eye Gel
When using Clinitas Eye Gel at the same time with other eye drops/eye ointments, there should be an application time interval of approximately 15 minutes between use of such other medications and Clinitas Eye Gel should always be the last medication to be applied. If you are currently taking, have recently or might take other medications in the future, please speak to a doctor before using Clinitas Eye Gel.
Clinitas Eye Gel shouldn’t be used if you are allergic to any of the ingredients listed in the patient information leaflet.
Clinitas Carbomer Gel
Dry eyes, or dry eye disease is considered a common condition that occurs when your eyes aren’t lubricated adequately by tears. This can be caused by a myriad of reason, making the tears inadequate and unstable. For instance, dry eyes can occur if the tears produced by the eyes aren’t ‘high-quality’ or are ‘poor-quality’. This eventually leads to inflammation and damage of the cornea (surface of the eye) and will more than likely require treatment, such as Clinitas Carbomer Gel.
Clinitas Carbomer Gel helps make the dry eyes more comfortable. Other changes to lifestyle can also help. Any changes made will more than likely need to be indefinite to control the symptoms of dry eyes.
If symptoms continue to persist, even after making changes and adjusting your lifestyle, see a doctor. A referral to a specialist may be needed if the cause of your dry eyes can’t be narrowed down.
Clinitas Gel Eye Drops
There are many reasons why Clinitas Gel Eye Drops may be required to treat dry eyes. Dry eyes can occur when you’re unable to produce enough quality tears. The medical term for this is called keratoconjunctivitis sicca. There are multiple common causes of decreased tear production including:
- Medical conditions including Sjorgen’s syndrome, allergic eye disease, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, scleroderma, graft vs host disease, sarcoidosis, thyroid disorders or vitamin A deficiency.
- Certain medications, including antihistamines, decongestants, hormone replacement therapy, antidepressants, and drugs for high blood pressure, acne, birth control and Parkinson’s disease.
- Prolonged contact lens use causing nerve desensitivity and nerve damage caused by laser eye surgery.
Other treatment options may be recommended depending on the cause, but Clinitas Gel Eye Drops and other such treatments will more than likely be recommended first before more invasive options.
Clinitas Carbomer Dry Eye Gel
Using Clinitas Carbomer Dry Eye Gel for the first time can cause your vision to become blurred if too much of the gel is applied at one time, or if the medicine is used more often than required. This can last for up to 1 hour. If you’re affected you may be able to speed up recovery of normal vision by blinking vigorously for a few seconds. If this doesn’t work, try to gently rub the eyelid. This will cause the gel to collect in the conjunctival sac beneath the eye where it can no longer affect vision out of one or both eyes.
Should the vision is one or both eyes continue to be affected, immediately discontinue use of Clinitas Carbomer Dry Eye Gel and seek medical attention as soon as possible.
Clinitas Carbomer 0.2 Gel
When using contact lenses and Clinitas Carbomer 0.2 Gel take special care. Contact lenses should be removed prior to applying treatment. Wait 15 minutes after application before putting them back in.
Driving and using machines
As with all eye preparations, blurred vision can occur for a little while after putting the gel in. Wait until your vision has returned to normal before driving or using machinery.
Pregnancy and breast-feeding
If you’re pregnant or breast-feeding do not use Clinitas Carbomer 0.2 Gel. Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice.
Clinitas Carbomer 0.2 Eye Gel
The usual Clinitas Carbomer 0.2 Eye Gel dosage is one drop applied two to four times a day as needed, or as required depending on the severity of your dry eye sensation. A healthcare practitioner may advise you to use Clinitas Carbomer 0.2 Eye Gel in a different way, so follow their directions about when and how to use this product and read the label. No dosage adjustment is required for children.
Clinitas Eye Gel Side Effects
Like with all medicines, Clinitas Eye Gel Side Effects can occur, although not everybody will experience them. The eyes may sting a little when the drops are first applied. These effects will usually wear off within a few minutes.
Visual disturbance, blurred vision and irritation with prolonged use may occur. A few reports of other Clinitas Eye Gel Side Effects such as allergic reactions have been received following the use of this medication. This is due to one of the ingredients. If you develop pain, swelling or redness in or around the eyes, you should stop using your medicine and consult your doctor or pharmacist.
- If you experience any other undesirable Clinitas Eye Gel Side Effects whilst using it, please talk to your doctor or pharmacist.
Clinitas Carbomer Eye Gel Side Effects
If you get any Clinitas Carbomer Eye Gel Side Effects, talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse. This includes any possible side effects not listed in the patient information leaflet. You can also report Clinitas Carbomer Eye Gel Side Effects directly via the UKs Yellow Card Scheme, Website: https://yellowcard.mhra.gov.uk/
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Clinitas Gel How To Use
Before opening a new tube, please check that the safety strip on the cap of the tube is unbroken. If you’re unsure about Clinitas Gel How To Use talk to your doctor, pharmacist or optician.
Clinitas Gel How To Use
- Wash and dry your hands well before use.
- Tear off the safety strip to break the seal.
- Remove the outer cap.
- If you are a contact lens wearer remove your lenses and do not replace them until 30 minutes after using Clinitas Gel.
- Tilt your head back and look up.
- Gently pull down your lower eyelid and squeeze one drop of Clinitas Gel into the gap between your eye and eyelid.
- Blink your eye a few times.
- If you think that you have missed the eye, then insert another drop.
- Carefully wipe away any excess Clinitas Gel around the eyelids with a lint free tissue.
- Repeat the process for the other eye, if required.
- Replace the outer cap on the container, trying not to touch the applicator tip with anything, including your eye or fingers.
Altacor Clinitas Gel
Altacor Clinitas Gel is formulated as a liquid gel preserved with cetrimide. The use of cetrimide avoids the need for benzalkonium chloride and this some of its well-known toxicity to the ocular surface.
There are many Altacor Clinitas Gel advantages in clinical use.
- Prolonged residence time on the ocular surface
- Improvement of tear film quality
- Reduced number of applications required per day
- High compliance and excellent tolerance