Teva Pharma


Full Prescribing Info
For temporary relief of discomfort due to minor irritations of the eyes from exposure to wind, sun, or other irritations.
For use as a protectant against further irritation or to relieve dryness of the eyes.
For relief of discomfort due to irritation of the eyes in contact lens wearers.
For relief of discomfort of the eyes when reading or using computer for long times.
Dosage/Direction for Use
Instill one or two drops in each eye (avoid dropper tip touching the eye) 2-3 times daily as needed.
Instill a few drops to each lens before insertion.
Administration: Natear is manufactured under BFS (Blow-fill seal) technology which bottle is made, filled and sealed in one single process. The solution is contained within totally sealed to ensure sterility. To open the bottle in the first time please follow the directions.
Open unscrew cap.
Remove blue plastic ring.
Screw the cap tightly to pierce the seal. Ready to use. Close cap tightly after use.
Do not use if the patient is allergic to any of the ingredients.
For contact lens wearers, if the patient experiences persistent discomfort of irritation, remove the lenses, stop using the product and consult an eye care professional.
Special Precautions
Discard any remaining solution 1 month after first opening.
Do not use after expiry date.
Keep bottle closed after use, store below 30°C.
Never touch the dropper tip of the bottle on any surface including the eye, since this may contaminate the solution.
Consult an eye care professional before changing solutions and before using any eye medication with contact lenses.
Adverse Reactions
Natear is very well tolerated by users though there have been some reports of burning or stinging, allergic reactions, and red eyes after instillation. If patient notices any of theses, discontinue use and consult an eye care professional.
Store below 30°C.
ATC Classification
S01XA20 - artificial tears and other indifferent preparations ; Belongs to the class of other ophthalmologicals.
Eye drops 0.3% x 10 mL x 1's.
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