JCI MN Colloidal Iodine Eye Wash Cleansing Water (Quasi Drug)
Medically reviewed on March 16, 2018.
Dosage form: solution
Ingredients: IODINE 0.1g in 100mL
Labeler: JCI INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE
NDC Code: 69164-3002
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intranasal lesion, intra-oral lesion
prevention of the diseases above mentioned
keep out of reach of the children
apply eyewash several times a day in case of ophthalmic disorders
adjust the mumber of times being applying the eye drop, depending on symptho
it is better to increase the number of times for the quick recovery
for the intranasal disease, it is recommended to apply the drops several times a day
for the intra-oral disease, keep the drop in the mouth or use as toothpaste
there may occurs the case of irritability when applying eye drop or nasal drop
do not worry about it because it is caused by the reaction of Iodine
But is it possibly think of the susceptibility to Iodine, which seldom occurs.
in case of irritability or rash, stop the use immediately and discuss with doctors
keep out of the direct sunlight
ophthalmic and intranasal use
|JCI MN COLLOIDAL IODINE EYE WASH CLEANSING WATER (QUASI DRUG)
|Labeler - JCI INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE (692347047)|
|Registrant - JCI INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE (692347047)|
|JCI INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE||692347047||manufacture(69164-3002)|
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