Vitafol Eye Drops
anticataractogenic
Vitafol Eye Drops

Vitafol is a sterile ophthalmic solution containing Adenosine, Cytochrome C, Sodium Succinate, and Nicotinamide for topical administration into the eyes.

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Pharmacology/Description

Cytochrome C is involved in the oxidative phosphorylation for synthesizing ATP from ADP. Anhydrous Sodium Succinate (intermediate substance) promotes the production of ATP. Adenosine plays essential role in producing energy required for the vital function of the life lens e.g. the biosynthesis of glutathione, intermembrane active transport of ions and amino acid, the synthesis of DNA, RNA and nucleic acids. Nicotinamide is said to be involved in the process of creating ATP. NADPH plays a major role in protecting cell against oxidizing agents and from free radicals by maintaining glutathione in its reduced form.

Indication

Vitafol eye drops is used for the treatment of lens opacification.

Dosage And Administration

1 drop twice daily.

Side Effects

Like any active ingredient, this drug may cause more or less discomfort in some patients. If you feel any discomfort, inform your doctor.

Contraindications

This eye drops is contraindicated in patients with known hypersensitivity to any ingredient of the product.

Drug Interactions

In order to avoid any interaction between different medical products, inform your doctor of any other ongoing treatment in particular with other eye drops.

Precautions

Do not inject or swallow. In case of concomitant treatment with another ophthalmic solution, wait 15 minutes between each instillation.

Over Dosage

Accidental ingestion of the medicine is unlikely to cause any toxicity due to low content of ingredients. The medication should be kept out of reach of children.

Pharmaceutical Precautions

Store at room temperature and protect from light. It is desirable that the content should not be used more than 4 weeks after first opening of the bottle.

Commercial Pack

Dropper bottle of 5 ml.