Acute and chronic keratitis and conjunctivitis of an infectious, allergic but non-viral nature. Infections of the anterior uvea (iritis, iridocyclitis). Scleritis, episcleritis and myositis. Post-operative management of cataract, glaucoma, and strabismus.

Dosage & Administration

Insert one drop into the conjunctival sac 3-5 times per day. Acute cases: up to 1 drop every hour.


Corticosteroids may mask, activate or aggravate an infection in the eye. As with all corticosteroids, the dosage for babies and infants under 2 years of age should be selected with caution. If no improvement is seen after 7-8 days of treatment, other therapeutic measures should be considered.


Pregnancy and Lactation
Animal experiments with Chloramphenicol have shown adverse effects on the fetus. However, no controlled human studies are available. Orbidex C should not be given to pregnant patients, to new-born infants or during lactation.

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