Roseglo Ophthalmic Strip
Generic name: rose bengal
Dosage form: ophthalmic strip
Drug class: Ophthalmic diagnostic agents
Medically reviewed by Drugs.com. Last updated on Mar 22, 2021.
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Each sterile strip is impregnated with 1.5 mg. of Rose Bengal.
Rose Bengal is a vital stain that stains dead or degenearate epithelial cells of the cornea and conjunctiva.
For use as a diagnostic agent when superficial corneal or conjunctival tissue change is suspected.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
To obtain optimal staining and patient comfort, the Rose Glo impregnated tip should be moistened before application with one or two drops of sterile irrigating or saline solution. Apply moistened tip to conjunctiva or fornix as required. It is recommended that the patient blink several times after application.
1. Hold package in middle and tear down toward sterile strip
2. Turn over and tear down from other side, taking care not to tear the sterile strip.
3. Grasp each end of package firmly as shown, without touching the sterile strip, and pull apart.
Store at room temperature.
For external use only. Contents may not be sterile if the individual strip package has been damaged or previously opened. Keep out of the reach of childred.
Dispenser carton containing 100 strips.
HUB Pharmaceuticals, LLC
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Wayside, Tring Road, Wellhead, Dunstable, BEDS LU6 2JU, UK
17238-910-97: RoseGlo individual Strip (above)
17238-910-11: Dispenser Carton containing 100 strips (above)
rose bengal strip
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