Dru 0.5% Eye Drops

Manufactured by Sunways (India) Pvt Ltd
Prescription Required: No

Description

Carboxymethyl cellulose, which is the main constituent of Dru 0.5% Eye Drops is obtained from cellulose and is used for the relief of burning, itching, the discomfort of eyes caused due to dryness or exposure to the sun or the wind.

Highlights

Commonly asked questions for Dru 0.5% Eye Drops

Onset of action

The effect of this medicine can be seen immediately after application.

Duration of effect

This medicine is externally applied and hence the duration of action is subject to vary depending on time and manner of application, posture etc.

Safe with alcohol?

Interaction with alcohol is unknown. It is advisable to consult your doctor before consumption.

Is it habit forming?

No habit forming tendencies were reported.

Usage in pregnancy?

This medicine can be used by pregnant women.

Usage while breast-feeding?

This medicine can be used by breastfeeding women.

Substitutes

List of substitutes for Dru 0.5% Eye Drops

Below is the list of medicines, which have the same composition, strength and form as Dru 0.5% Eye Drops , and hence can be used as its substitute.

Glytears 0.5% Eye DropsSun Pharma Laboratories Ltd
Soft Drops 0.5% Eye DropsAjanta Pharma Ltd
Teardrops 0.5% Eye DropsSun Pharma Laboratories Ltd

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