KETOROLAC TROMETAMOL

Product: 
KETOROLAC TROMETAMOL
Formulary: 
Generic Formulary
Category: 
Eye
Sub Group: 
OCULAR ANTIINFLAMMATORIES & ANTI ALLERGICS
International Brand Name: 
Toradol, Acular
Dosages: 
5MG
Unit of Packing: 
5ML EYE DPS
In treatment of: 
Reief of ocular itching associated w/ seasonal allergic Conjunctivitis
Adverse Effects: 
1.Burning 2.Stinging 3.Irritation 4.Dry eyes 5.Bleeding in the eye 6.Blurred vision
Contraiindication: 
Hypersensitivity to Ketorolac
Special Precaution: 
1. Prolonged use 2. If irritation occurs then discontinue the use of medicaments 3.Avoid contact lenses 4. Wear sun glasses if sensitivity to sunlight occurs 5.Avoid driving vehicle, operating machine since it produces blurred vision 6.Blood clotting disorders 7.Viral eye infections.
Interaction: 
Servings: 
Adults: Seasonal allergic conjunctivitis: 1 drop is instilled in the affected eye 4 times daily for up to 1 month. Post operative inflammation: 1-2 drops 4 times daily, starting 24 hours before surgery and continuing for 2 - 4 weeks

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