Tear Gel Information
Tear Gel is a highly viscous,clear gel that spreads rapidly over the conjunctiva and cornea and does not leave streaks on the eye. It forms a protective film with a long contact time.
Tear Gel Side Effects
The following have been reported occasinally:
mild, transient burning senstation, sticky eyes and blurred vision following installation of the gel.
The frequency of administration depends on individual requirements. Generally, one drop is administered 3-4 times daily. If required, Tear Gel may be administered more frequently.
Hold the tube vertically. This results in the formation of a small drop which becomes detached from the tube opening. This drop is instilled intot the conjunctival sac.
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