Idoxuridine (Idoxuridine)

Name:Idoxuridine (Idoxuridine)

Indications for use:
Treatment of keratitis caused by herpes simplex (inflammation of the cornea / transparent membrane of the eye / caused by the herpes virus).

Pharmacological action:
Idoxuridine blocks the reproduction (reproduction) of Herpessimplex (a virus that causes a disease characterized by inflammation of the nasopharynx and cornea of ​​the eye) by changing the normal synthesis of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid, an integral part of the cell nucleus responsible for the transfer of hereditary information).

Idoxuridine (Idoxuridine) method of administration and dose:
At the beginning of treatment, one drop in both infected eyes, every hour during the day and every 2 hours at night. After the end of the course of treatment (2-4 days), in order to prevent relapses (reappearance of signs of the disease), it is necessary to continue treatment for another 3-5 days, instilling the product after 2 hours during the day and 1 time at night.

Idoxuridine (Idoxuridine) contraindications: Hypersensitivity
to the product, pregnancy. The concomitant topical use of corticosteroids is contraindicated.

Idoxuridine (idoxuridine) side effects:
Sometimes slight irritation, itching, redness are noted in the area of ​​​​the eyelids or eyes.

Release form:
Eye drops 10 ml.

Kerecid, Dendrid, Emanil, Herpezil, Herpetil, Gerplex, Idexur, Oftanidu, IDU, Iduridin, Iduviran, Keracid, Levoyodin, Stoksil, Sinmiol.

Storage conditions:
In a cool place (not higher than + 15 °C).

Before using the medication“Idoxuridine (idoxuridine)” must be consulted with a physician.
The instructions are provided solely for familiarization with “Idoxuridine (Idoxuridine) “.

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