Venac (0.1%) 5ml Eye Drops

Venac (0.1%) 5ml Eye Drops

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  • Manufacturer Vega Pharmaceuticals (Pvt.) Ltd.
  • Generic Name Nepafenac
Rs. 400.0

Product Information

  • Description

    Nepafenac, a synthetic fluorinated carboxylic acid, is biologically inactive but potent in inhibiting leukocyte pro-inflammatory cytokines and chemokines, making it an effective reducer of pain and inflammation in the eye. Nepafenac 0.1% is an ophthalmic suspension applied topically to the eye, spreading across the ocular surface and absorbed by the cornea and conjunctiva cells, where it blocks the COX-1 and COX-2 enzymes, reducing the production of inflammatory mediators, thereby alleviating pain and reducing inflammation. This selective inhibition of cyclooxygenase enzymes makes nepafenac a preferred choice for postoperative care in cataract surgery as it reduces ocular inflammation effectively. While nepafenac is widely approved for cataract surgery-associated pain and inflammation, it is essential to follow prescription guidelines and consult an eye doctor for proper use, ensuring it is only administered topically and not intended for oral use.

  • Ingredients

    Nepafenac
  • Drug Class

    Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (Nsaid)

  • Dosage Form

    Drop
  • Uses

    Unveiling its multifaceted uses and transformative applications as follows:

    • Nepafenac 0.1% is used to treat and prevent ocular inflammation in dogs and cats.
    • It is used to manage various eye conditions, including postoperative inflammation and uveitis in cats and dogs.
    • Nepafenac 0.1% aids in reducing swelling, discomfort, and irritation in the eyes, improving overall ocular comfort in felines and canines.
    • This medication is typically applied topically to the eye twice a day, ideally at an interval of 12 hours, for optimal results.
    • It is effective against allergic conjunctivitis and other allergic conditions affecting the eye.
    • Nepafenac 0.1% known to have a rapid onset of action and sustained efficacy, providing relief to affected pets.
  • Dosage

    Tailoring Treatment for Optimal Health, Prescribed Medication Dosage is:

    • Nepafenac 0.1% is commonly used as eye drops to relieve inflammation and pain in certain eye conditions.
    • The usual dosage is one drop in the affected eye(s) for anterior uveitis (inflammation of the front part of the eye), and one drop in the operated eye(s) for postoperative inflammation, twice a day.
  • In case of Overdose

    An Nepafenac 0.1% overdose is a medical emergency that requires immediate attention. If an individual has overdosed, they should seek emergency medical services promptly, as the symptoms can be severe and fluctuate based on the individual's overall health and age. The symptoms may include severe nausea and vomiting, dizziness, and decreased vision. It is imperative to monitor vital signs and observe the patient closely in order to tend to any potential complications properly. If the individual has ingested the eye drop form of Nepafenac, there is a chance they can undergo gastric lavage to eradicate the extra medication from the stomach and use activated charcoal to prevent further absorption of the drugs. The treatment plan will be tailored to the individual's needs and symptoms, and medical supervision is essential for efficient care during an overdose incident.

  • Missed Dose

    If you have missed a dose of Nepafenac 0.1%, it is important to apply it as soon as possible. However, if it is almost time for your next application, it is safe to skip the missed dose and resume your regular dosing schedule. Do not attempt to double the dose to catch up on your missed application, as this can lead to overdose and other health risks. If you are uncertain about how to proceed or if you have any questions about the medication, it is recommended to seek advice from a medical professional before applying the missed dose or resuming your regular schedule. They can advise you based on your specific circumstances and ensure your health and safety.

  • How To Use

    Before applying Nepafenac 0.1%, it is important to follow these steps for optimal results and to avoid any potential side effects. First, wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water, ensuring that the affected area is clean and dry before application. Second, it is crucial to remove any contact lenses as they can cause irritation if contacted with the medication. For those who wear soft contact lenses, it is advised to discard and replace them in accordance with the lens replacement schedule. In the next step, carefully twist or snip off the top of the tube to expose the applicator tip. During this step, special attention should be paid to not damage the applicator or contaminate the medicine with any debris. The next step is applying Nepafenac 0.1% as directed by your healthcare provider, typically applied to the affected eye(s) twice daily, about 12 hours apart. It is recommended to apply it at a consistent time each day to maintain a steady level of the drug in the eye. Applying a small amount of pressure to the applicator tip will dispense a thin line of medication onto the applicator. It is important to apply the medication thinly and evenly to ensure it works effectively and to avoid unnecessary irritation. Gently closing your eye(s) after application allows the medication to absorb into the eye thoroughly. Avoiding wiping or rinsing your eyes or face for at least 5 minutes ensures the medication stays in the affected area. For those using Nepafenac 0.1% for longer than ten days, it is mandatory to regularly follow up with your doctor to ensure safe and effective usage. Overall, following these detailed steps alongside guidance from your healthcare provider will guarantee the best possible results from Nepafenac 0.1%.

  • When Not to Use

    Discerning instances where this medication may not be appropriate:

    • You have a contraindicated medical condition, such as epithelial corneal dystrophy, ocular herpes simplex, or dry eye syndrome.
    • You have a history of hypersensitivity to Nepafenac or other components of the medication formula.
    • You have untreated or uncontrolled inflammation of the eye tissue (uveitis).
    • You are wearing contact lenses, unless specifically advised otherwise by your doctor.
    • You are taking certain other medications that may interact with Nepafenac, such as antibiotics, anti-inflammatory drugs, or steroids.
    • You have any eye conditions such as infection or injury that would prevent safe use of the eye drops.
    • You are undergoing or have recently undergone eye surgery.
  • Side Effects

    Unraveling the side effects lurking behind this medications are as follows:

    • Burning sensation, dryness, irritation, soreness, or discomfort of the eye
    • Blurring or cloudiness of vision
    • Seeing halos around lights
    • Redness of the eye
    • Increased eye sensitivity to light
    • Eye irritation from wind or sun
    • Headaches
    • Nausea
    • Vomiting
  • Storage/Disposal

    Nepafenac 0.1% is a medication that should be stored at room temperature. When storing Nepafenac 0.1%, ensure it is kept in a location where the temperature is between 68-77 degrees Fahrenheit (20-25 degrees Celsius). Keep the medication in an area that is out of reach of children and pets. It is also important to ensure that the medication is not exposed to direct heat and light. Make sure to use Nepafenac 0.1% before the expiration date or as advised by your doctor. If you have any questions about the storage of Nepafenac 0.1%, you should consult your doctor or pharmacist.

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