Generic Medicine Info
Acute necrotising pancreatitis (oral fluorescein dilaurate).
Adverse Reactions
Nausea and vomiting (IV); extravasation is painful; hypersensitivity reactions; transient yellow coloration of skin and urine; staining of the skin, clothing and soft contact lenses.
Potentially Fatal: Cardiac arrest and fatalities.
ATC Classification
S01JA01 - fluorescein ; Belongs to the class of colouring agents used as ophthalmologic diagnostic agents.
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