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Flurbiprofen .03% Ophthalmic Solution 2.5ml pvl

Flurbiprofen .03% Ophthalmic Solution 2.5ml pvl
Flurbiprofen .03% Ophthalmic Solution 2.5ml pvl
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PRODUCT INFO
Flurbiprofen .03% Ophthalmic Solution 2.5ml pvl, is an anti-inflammatory, non-steroidal, sterile solution for ophthalmic usage.

WHAT THIS PRODUCT CURES
Flurbiprofen .03% Ophthalmic Solution 2.5ml pvl, is used to cure symptoms from Uveitis in cats and dogs.

PET SYMPTOMS
Eye inflammation or Anterior Uveititis means just that, inflammation of the front portion of the uvea. The Uvea is the dark colored tissue containing blood vessels located in the anterior portion of the eye. This condition can affect a dog’s vision by the inflammation around the iris

Common symptoms and signs displayed by the affected dog includes; pain, redness of the eye, excessive tear production, discharge, squinting, unusually shaped pupil appearance, swelling of the eye, clouding of the front portion of the eye, and iris color may change to an unordinary color. Any or all of these symptoms should be addressed and reported to a veterinarian for immediate treatment as to prevent vision impairment.
Anterior Uveititis can be caused by a number of underlying problems such as; autoimmune disease, a variety of tumors and cancers, trauma or injury to the head or eye, metabolic diseases, lens protein entering the fluid of the eye, and a variety of infections. Infectionous causing agents linked to the cause of Anterior Uveititis are; Parasites, fungi, bacteria, toxoplasmosis (a multi-system parasitic disease) or Rickettsia (a parasitic disease found through vectors of many ticks, fleas, and lice). Common viruses are also a leading cause of Anterior Uveititis. The canine herpes virus, canine distemper virus, and canine adenovirus-1 are all infections of this condition.

PET AILMENTS
Common pet ailments displayed by the affected dog includes; pain, redness of the eye, excessive tear production, discharge, squinting, unusually shaped pupil appearance, swelling of the eye, clouding of the front portion of the eye, and iris color may change to an unordinary color.

PETS WITH ALIMENTS


RELATIVE INFO ON BREED MOST ASSOCIATED WITH THIS AILMENT
Dog breeds such as Belgian Tervurens, Shih Tzu, Bulldog, Boxer, Pekingese, Boston terrier, Pug, and the German Sheppard are susceptible to this condition especially after they reach age four.

QUESTIONS FOR MY VET
1. What steps should I take if my pet has adverse effects from product?
Discontinue use and contact your veterinarian promptly.

2. Can this product be used in cats and dogs?
Yes

3.  I have two dogs; can I share medication between the two of them?
No. sharing medication can cause eye infections.

4. I noticed after I have used the product for a few days, the product looks cloudy. Has it gone bad?
Yes the product has gone bad, do not use it.

5.  Will my pet’s eyes appear better after using this product?
Pets will begin to show clearer eyes within 6-8 weeks.

6. How easy is this product to use?
This product is very easy to use as the product is to be used daily.

Product Cautions
Keep product away from children.

Follow veterinary instructions exactly.

Do not share medication.

PET: Keep pets away from bright light during treatment. Avoid ingestion as pet will salivate excessively. Stop use if pet experiences urinating difficulties, abnormal heart rate, vomiting, or constipation.

HUMANS: Do not use in humans without medical prescription. Medications prescribed for animals should never be shared for human use.

Storage and disposal

Storage: Store product ointment at room temperature, away from heat and light.

Disposal: Dispose un-used or empty containers as directed on the label. Never re-use containers and always recycle or dispose. If you have any questions, contact your local medical waste agency for directions or contact 1-800-CLEANUP for additional information.

BRAND VS GENERIC COMPARISON
No generic comparison available.
 

How it Works
The active ingredient, Flurbiprofen sodium, blocks the circular pupillary sphincter muscle. This ingredient also helps to reduce pain and inflammation by paralyzing the ciliary muscles within the eye’s structures.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Cleanse hands with water and soap before application.
Using index finger and thumb hold eyelids open.
Without touching applicator tip to eye surface, administer drops.
After each drop allow eyelids to be closed to allow distribution of product.
Wipe end of applicator off before placing cap.

DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION:
Dogs & Cats:
Mild to moderate eye inflammation administer ointment 1 to 3 times a day.
Exact dosage varies from patient to patient.
Contact your veterinarian for complete dosage schedule.

 

Ingredients:
Active ingredients    Inactive ingredients    Preservative       
Flurbiprofen sodium 0.03% (0.3 mg/mL).    Citric Acid, Edetate Disodium, Potassium Chloride, Polyvinyl Alcohol 1.4%,
Purified Water,
Sodium Citrate. Sodium Chloride,
Hydrochloric Acid and/or Sodium Hydroxide adjust pH (6.0 – 7.0).
    Thimerosal 0.005%.    
 

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