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Ocurest Eye Drop

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Ocurest Eye Drop

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Naphazoline, Phenylephrine साल्ट से बनी दवाएं:

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  1. Ocurest Benefits & Uses
  2. Ocurest Dosage & How to Take
  3. Ocurest Side Effects
  4. Ocurest Related Warnings
  5. Severe Interaction of Ocurest with Other Drugs
  6. Ocurest Contraindications
  7. Frequently asked Questions about Ocurest
  8. Ocurest Interactions with Food and Alcohol

Ocurest Benefits & Uses

Ocurest is used to treat the following -

  1. Eye Allergies
  2. Burning Eyes

Ocurest Dosage & How to Take

This is the usual dosage recommended in most common treatment cases. Please remember that every patient and their case is different, so the dosage can be different based on the disease, route of administration, patient's age and medical history.

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Ingredients of Ocurest

Naphazoline
Phenylephrine

Ocurest Side Effects

Based on research, the following side effects have been observed when Ocurest is used -

  1. Enlarged (dilated) pupils
  2. Eye Pain
  3. Headache Common
  4. Dizziness Common
  5. Increased Intraocular Pressure
  6. Blurred vision
  7. Eye Redness
  8. Eye irritation
  9. Nausea or vomiting
  10. Palpitations (fluttering in chest)
  11. Increased blood pressure
  12. Increased Heart Rate
  13. Injection Site Allergic Reaction
  14. Skin Discolouration
  15. Restlessness
  16. Tremor

Ocurest Related Warnings

Is the use of Ocurest safe for pregnant women?

Ocurest can have harmful effects in pregnant women. If you experience any discomfort after using Ocurest, then discontinue the use and take your doctor's advice.

Is the use of Ocurest safe during breastfeeding?

Ocurest may have very limited harmful effects for breastfeeding women.

What is the effect of Ocurest on the Kidneys?

Ocurest rarely harms the kidneys.

What is the effect of Ocurest on the Liver?

Side effects of Ocurest rarely affect the liver.

What is the effect of Ocurest on the Heart?

Ocurest is rarely harmful for the heart.

Severe Interaction of Ocurest with Other Drugs

Ocurest should not be taken with following medicines due to severe side effects it may cause to patients -

Albuterol

Salbutamol

Formoterol

Salmeterol,Fluticasone

    Hyoscyamine

    Ocurest Contraindications

    If you are suffering from any of the following diseases, you should not take Ocurest unless your doctor advises you to do so -

    1. Drug Allergy
    2. Glaucoma
    3. Diabetes
    4. Angina
    5. Heart Disease
    6. Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)
    7. Hyperthyroidism
    8. Diabetes
    9. Glaucoma
    10. Thyroid

    Frequently asked Questions about Ocurest

    Is this Ocurest habit forming or addictive?

    No, you will not get addicted to Ocurest.

    Is it safe to drive or operate heavy machinery when consuming?

    No, you should not drive or operate heavy machinery after taking Ocurest as you may feel sleepy.

    Is it safe?

    Ocurest should be used only after doctor's advice.

    Is it able to treat mental disorders?

    There is no benefit of taking Ocurest for mental disorders.

    Ocurest Interactions with Food and Alcohol

    Interaction between Food and Ocurest

    Taking Ocurest with food does not cause any problems.

    Interaction between Alcohol and Ocurest

    Due to lack of research, nothing can be said about side effects of consuming alcohol while taking Ocurest.

    This medicine data has been created by -
    Vikas Chauhan
    B.Pharma, Pharmacy
    3 Years of Experience

    References

    1. KD Tripathi. [link]. Seventh Edition. New Delhi, India: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers; 2013: Page No 136
    2. US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) [Internet]. Maryland. USA; Package leaflet information for the user; Vazculep (phenylephrine hydrochloride)
    3. KD Tripathi. [link]. Seventh Edition. New Delhi, India: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers; 2013: Page No 135-136
    4. April Hazard Vallerand, Cynthia A. Sanoski. [link]. Sixteenth Edition. Philadelphia, China: F. A. Davis Company; 2019: Page No 1020-1022