Eye Drops Regular by McKesson
Medically reviewed on April 30, 2018
Dosage form: solution/ drops
Ingredients: TETRAHYDROZOLINE HYDROCHLORIDE 0.5mg in 1mL
NDC Code: 62011-0102
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Tetrahydrozoline HCl 0.05%
Tetrahydrozoline HCl - Redness reliever
If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
- relieves redness of the eye due to minor eye irritations
For external use only
Ask a doctor before use if you have narrow angle glaucoma
When using this product
- pupils may become enlarged temporarily
- to avoid contamination, do not touch tip of container to any surface. Replace cap after using.
- if solution changes color or becomes cloudy, do not use
- overuse may produce increased redness of the eye
- remove contact lens before using
Stop use and as a doctor if you experience
- eye pain
- changes in vision
- continued redness or irritation of the eye or if the condition worsens or persists for more than 72 hours
Instill 1 or 2 drops in the affected eye(s) up to four times daily.
benzalkonium chloride, boric acid, edetate disodium, purified water, sodium borate, and sodium chloride
- Tamper Evident. Do not use this product if imprinted neckband is missing or broken.
- RETAIN THIS CARTON FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
- Store at 15o - 30oC (59o - 86oF)
|EYE DROPS REGULAR
tetrahydrozoline hydrochloride solution/ drops
|Labeler - McKesson (177667227)|
|Registrant - KC Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (174450460)|
|KC Pharmaceuticals, Inc.||174450460||manufacture|
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