Atrisolon eye drops: Uses, Side effects, Dosage

Manufacturer: Intas

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Trade name: Atrisolon

Strength: Atropine Sulphate 1%, Prednisolone 0.25%, Chlorobutanol 0.5%

Type: Eye drops

Active ingredient: Atropine Sulphate, Prednisolone, Chlorobutanol

Category: Atropine belongs to Anticholinergic. Prednisolone is a steroid. Chlorobutanol is a preservative.

Pregnancy category: Atropine belongs to Australia therapeutic goods administration (TGA) pregnancy category: A and US FDA pregnancy category C. Prednisolone belongs to Australia therapeutic goods administration (TGA) pregnancy category: A and US FDA pregnancy category C.

Uses: Atropine eye drops is used for dilating the pupil for an eye exam.

How to use: Use Atrisolon eye drops as dircted by your doctor. To avoid contamination of the medicine wash your hands with soap water before using.

Side Effects: Dry mouth, blurred vision, tachycardia, dizziness, drowsiness, decreased salivation, decreased sweating, difficulty sleeping, difficulty swallowing

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Dosage: Instill 1 drop into the affected eyes 30 minutes before an eye exam for maximum dilation.

Written by: : healthplus24.com team

Date last updated: August 3rd, 2016