Adult: Ophth: Apply 1-2 drops 2-3 times/day. Ophth Conjunctival decongestant Instill 1-2 drops up to 4 times/day for 3-4 days unless directed.
Do not use on infants, young child. Prolonged use can cause rebound congestion. Discontinue if ocular pain or visual changes occur. Pregnancy, lactation.
Antazoline is an ethylenediamine-derivative antihistamine. Tetryzoline is a sympathomimetic with alpha-adrenergic activity with little or no effect on beta-adrenergic receptors.
Conjunctivitis, Keratitis, Inflammatory eye conditions, Hay-fever
Pregnancy Category Note
Hypersensitivity reactions. Skin sensitization. Headache, hypertension, tremors, weakness, sweating, rebound congestion with prolonged use. Nasal: transient burning, stinging, sneezing, dryness of mucosa. Eye: blurred vision, irritation, mydriasis.
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