Eye-Moxin Eye Drops

Eye-Moxin Eye Drops

Description

Brand Name: Eye-Moxin ( Moxifloxacin Eye Drops)

Manufactured by: Welkine Life Care

Doses form: Eye Drops (For dogs and cats)

Presentation: 5 ml

Ingredients & Composition: Moxifloxacin HCl 0.5 % W/V

Description:  Unique topical Anti-infective Eye Drops for dogs and cats

Indication / Uses: Susceptible infections of conjunctiva

            Red eye / Pinkeye

Excessive tearing due to infection

Doses and administration: 1 Drops in affected eye/eyes, 3-6 times daily for minimum 7 days or as per advice of the veterinarian for bacterial conjunctivitis in adults and should not be prescribed to pets below the age of 1 year.

Side effects / Contraindications /Warnings:

Eye irritation/inflammation

Watery eyes

In rare case dry eye also

Don’t use if you see precipitation

Interactions: Don’t mix with other ophthalmic solutions

Pharmaceutical precautions / Instructions: 

Store in a cool dry place.

Don't touch the nozzle of eye drop bottle with hands to avoid contamination

Don't keep for a long time once opened.

Safety: Not recommended for use below 1 year of age both cats and dogs

Substitute: Ophthocare M Eye Drops, HatMox


FAQs:

Que: Can it be used for cats?
Ans: Yes, It’s an approved eye drop for cats.

Que: Can I use for my dog whose eye is watery and discharge is there?
Ans: Consult your veterinarian to avoid complications. There can be many reasons for watery eye and eye discharge.

Que: I used the similar or same eye drop last time can I use it again if I see similar symptoms?
Ans: There can be a different infection of antibiotic resistance in case of chronic/recurrent infections. Always follow your vet’s advice.

Que: Is it possible to use with other eye preparations?
Ans: Eye drops like hydroxymethyl cellulose or artificial tears and Polyvinyl alcohol preparation can be used with a gap but let your vet decide what should be instilled before and after and how much gap or time you need between two eye drops.

Que: Can eye drops make eyes worse?
Ans: yes. If you notice discomfort or aggravation, stop using it and consult your vet immediately.

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