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Livostin eye drops are appointed for a rapid and sustained relief of symptoms of allergic conjunctivitis (both classical and conjunctivitis conjunctivitis vernalis).
levocabastine. hydrochlorid. 0.5 mg (R 50 547) - Benzalkon. chlorid. 50% ige asc. 0.294 mg - Propylen. glycol. - Polysorbate. 80 - Sodium monohydrogenophosphas - Natr. dihydrogenophosph. - Dinatr. Edet., hypromellose. - Aqua q.s. ad 1 ml.
Livostin eye drops are a sterile ophthalmic suspension with a micro pH 6 to 8.
Posology and method of use:
Adults and children: 1 drop per eye Livostin, 2 times per day. In case of severe symptoms 3 to 4 times a day 1 drop per eye are administered. Since Livostin eye drops are a suspension, the bottle must be shaken before each use. As with any eye drops will be for sterility reasons Livostin eye drops for longer than 1 months after first opening.
This is a drug, no long-term use without medical advice, keep away from children, read the leaflet carefully. Ask your doctor or pharmacist. In case of side effects, contact your doctor.
- Hypersensitivity to one of the components. - Because of the presence of benzalkonium chloride in eye drops Livostin, wearing soft contact lenses is contraindicated.
Banale irritations and infectious conjunctivitis are no indications for Livostin.
Pregnancy and lactation:
Reproductive studies in rodents, which systemically to 8300 times the maximum clinical dose of 0.0024 mg / kg / day was administered levocabastine showed no detrimental effect on fertility. These extremely high doses caused no fetal abnormalities. At present, no data on the intake of levocabastine during pregnancy in humans. It is recommended to use levocabastine eye drops only if the expected benefits outweigh the potential risk to the fetus.
Based on the provisions of levocabastineconcentraties in saliva and breast milk was calculated that the amount of levocabastine daily by the child included does not exceed 0.5 micrograms after instillation in the eyes of the mother. Livostin eye drops can therefore be safely used by lactating women.
Occasionally, a mild and transient local irritation reported immediately after the instillation of levocabastine eye drops. Allergic reactions were reported rarely. Livostin eye drops do not cause sedation and reduce the response is not.
driving and using machines:
Livostin eye drops do not cause sedation and do not reduce psychomotor performance. Livostin eye drops can be used by drivers of vehicles or persons who operate machinery.
There are no known cases of toxic side effects following topical overdose. In an accidental oral ingestion of the contents of the bottle is not ruled out any sedation. In that case, the patient may be advised to drink much, so the renal excretion of levocabastine accelerated.
any local interactions with other eye drops are still insufficiently known. Combinations so they are best avoided.
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