Optixcare Eye Lube PlusBy Optixcare
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Optixcare Eye Lube Plus is a sterile, lubricating carbomer gel designed for animal use. It can be used as an eye lubricant during anesthesia or as a supplement to help with dry eyes. It is safe for horses, cats, and dogs to use. The carbomer gel relieves dry eyes for a long time, and the aqueous suspension clears up after application. It includes hyaluron, which draws and holds water in the eyes to keep them hydrated.
Who is Optixcare Eye Lube Plus for?
Horses, cats and dogs.
Why use Optixcare Eye Lube Plus?
Optixcare Eye Lube Plus is a wonderful alternative for surgical applications since it provides long-lasting lubrication of dry eyes. Hyaluron is used to both hold and attract water and ensure complete hydration.
How does Optixcare Eye Lube Plus work?
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Sterile water, sorbitol, carbomer, hyaluron, sodium hydroxide. Preserved with disodium EDTA and cetrimide.
How is Optixcare Eye Lube Plus sold?
15 gm, 20 gm or 25 gm tubes
What are the side effects of Optixcare Eye Lube Plus?
There are no currently known side effects from this product.
What special precautions are there?
Keep away from animals and children. Only use on animals. If your pet's eyes become irritated or uncomfortable, stop using the product and visit your veterinarian. Until the cap is removed, the contents of the tube are sterile. Allow no part of the tube's tip to come into contact with any surface, including the eye. This contaminates the product and may lead to infection. Always replace the tube's cap.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Optixcare Eye Lube Plus?
After 30 days, discard any remaining product. Keep the container cold and dry.
To use an an anesthetic, place 1 or 2 drops onto the surface of the cornea or into the conjunctival sac of both eyes. To use as a dry eye treatment, place 1 or 2 drops in either eye 2 to 3 times daily, or as often as recommended by a veterinarian.