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Flarex, Fluorometholone Acetate Ophthalmic Suspension 0.1% 5ml

Flarex, Fluorometholone Acetate Ophthalmic Suspension

Flarex Eye Drop (Fluorometholone Acetate) is prescribed for the treatment of inflammatory eye conditions caused by injury, allergy, etc.
US Brand Name Flarex Opthalmic Suspension
Generic Name Fluorometholone acetate
Other Brand Name Flarex Opthalmic Suspension
Packing 5 ml
Manufacturer Alcon Laboratories
Form Eye drop
Strength 0.1% w/v
Country India

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Fluorometholone is used in the treatment of allergic disorders, eye disorders and the symptoms it may cause.

How it Works

Fluorometholone is known as a synthetic corticosteroid or glucocorticoid. Fluorometholone binds to the receptors and controls the production of certain chemicals that mediate inflammation in the body, thus inhibiting the inflammatory reactions such as swelling, deposition and capillary dilatation. Fluorometholone works to reduce the release of the chemicals that cause the inflammation to occur, which in turn helps to reduce the inflammation.

Common Side effects

Patients who take Fluorometholone may suffer from such side effects;

Electrolyte imbalance,
Blurred vision,
Ulcerative keratitis,
Redistribution/accumulation of body fat,
Bone degradation,
Secondary infections,
Punctate keratitis,
Increased intraocular pressure,
Increased risk of infection,
Eye pain,
Muscle disorders,
Allergic reaction,
Eye irritation,
Foreign body sensation,
Visual field defect,
Increased production of tears,
Altered bone growth,
Eye itching,
Visual impairment,
Dilation of the pupil of the eye,
Eye discharge,
Behavioural changes,
Eye swelling,
Increased glucose level in blood,
Eyelid swelling