Vial is an ophthalmic drug with pronounced antiallergic and decongestant properties. When applied topically, it reduces irritation, itching, burning, watery eyes, and soreness at the site of eye damage.
Tetrizolin, which is part of Viale, when applied topically, is able to stimulate adrenergic receptors of the sympathetic autonomic nervous system, thereby causing vasoconstriction, reducing tissue edema. The vasoconstrictor effect of the drug occurs a few minutes after instillation and remains active for 4 hours.
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Recommendations for use:
- allergic reactions
- nonspecific or catarrhal conjunctivitis
- irritating effect on the conjunctiva of dust, smoke, chlorinated water.
If signs of irritation persist in the affected eye for 2 days, the drug is discontinued. If irritation and redness of the eye are associated with a serious disease of the organ of vision (for example, with an infection, a foreign body or chemical injury to the cornea), then the patient should consult a doctor before using Vial. Contact lenses must be removed before instillation, taking into account the possibility of reducing their transparency. For patients suffering from severe diseases of the heart and blood vessels, metabolic disorders (diabetes mellitus, hyperthyroidism), pheochromocytoma, as well as people taking MAO inhibitors or other drugs that can increase blood pressure, Vial is prescribed only in cases of acute need. are possible only with the alternate use of drugs with a 15 minute break.
Mode of application:
The use of Viale is advisable only for mild eye irritation. Before use, hold the bottle with the drug in the palm of your hand and heat to body temperature. Pressing lightly on the bottle, unscrew and remove the cap.
The solution is used only topically, instilled into the conjunctival cavity of the eye. Adults and children after 6 years of age are prescribed 1-2 drops up to 3 times a day. Application for children under 6 years old only under the supervision of a specialist. … Long-term use of this remedy, especially in children, is not recommended. Frequent use of the drug sometimes causes reddening of the eyes. The use of drops in children 2 – 6 years old requires a doctor’s consultation. The drug should not be used continuously for more than 72 hours.
- angle-closure glaucoma
- epidermal-endothelial dystrophy of the cornea of the eye
- children’s age up to 3 years
- individual intolerance to tetrizoline and other components of the drug
- pregnancy, lactation.
Side effects Systemic side effects of the drug, as a rule, are absent. Only single manifestations are noted, such as: burning sensation, pain in the eyes, irritation of the conjunctiva, hyperemia, very rarely – mydriasis. There were also cases of systemic sympathomimetic effects (increased and accelerated heartbeat, increased blood pressure, narrowing of blood vessels). Cases of overdose when using Vial according to the instructions were not noted. The specific antidote is unknown.
Excessive use or ingestion of the drug may manifest itself as drowsiness, bradycardia, arterial hypotension, a state of lethargy, and a decrease in body temperature. If drops are swallowed, depression of the central nervous system, apnea, and coma may also develop.
As an aid in the development of these symptoms, symptomatic therapy should be carried out. If the drug is swallowed, it is necessary to rinse the stomach and take activated charcoal.
Vial eye drops should not be mixed with other ophthalmic preparations. Do not use simultaneously with MAO inhibitors. Storage conditions and periods:
Store in a cool, dark place.
Bottle 10 ml
This product is not a medical product.