Hialid 0.1/Hialid 0.3

Hialid 0.1/Hialid 0.3

sodium hyaluronate

Manufacturer:

Santen

Distributor:

DKLL
Full Prescribing Info
Contents
Sodium hyaluronate.
Description
Each mL contains sodium hyaluronate 1 mg.
It also contains the following excipients: ε-aminocaproic acid, disodium edetate hydrate and benzalkonium chloride.
Hialid is a clear, colorless, viscous, sterile aqueous ophthalmic solution. It has a pH of 6-7 and an osmotic pressure ratio of 0.9-1.1.
Action
Hialid is an ophthalmic solution of sodium hyaluronate intended for use in the treatment of keratoconjunctival epithelial injury. Sodium hyaluronate is a biological substance that has been shown in preclinical studies to accelerate the wound healing of corneal epithelium and to have water-holding properties. Its clinical usefulness has been established for the treatment of keratoconjunctival epithelial injury associated with dry eye syndrome or other disorders.
Indications/Uses
Treatment of keratoconjunctival epithelial disorder associated with dry-eye symptoms.
Dosage/Direction for Use
Instill 1 drop 5-6 times daily. The dosage may be adjusted according to the patient's symptoms.
Contraindications
Hialid must not be used while wearing soft contact lenses.
Special Precautions
For ophthalmic use only.
The tip of the eyedropper must not come into contact with the eyes at the time of application.
Adverse Reactions
If the following adverse reactions are observed, appropriate measures eg, discontinuing administration should be taken.
Hypersensitivity: (≥0.1% to <5%) Blepharitis, eyelid dermatitis.
Ophthalmic: (≥0.1% to <5%) Itching, irritation, conjunctivitis, conjunctival injection, corneal lesion eg, keratitis superficialis diffusa. (<0.1%) Eye discharge.
Storage
Store below 30°C.
ATC Classification
S01XA20 - artificial tears and other indifferent preparations ; Belongs to the class of other ophthalmologicals.
0.1%: E-D; 0.3%: S
Presentation/Packing
Hialid 0.1 ophth soln 0.1% x 5 mL x 1's. Hialid 0.3 ophth soln 0.3% x 5 mL x 1's.
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