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FLURISONE 0.1% DROP

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MRP: Rs. 83.90 for 1 packet(s) (5 ML drop each)
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Composition for FLURISONE

Fluorometholone(0.1%)

food interaction for FLURISONE

alcohol interaction for FLURISONE

pregnancy interaction for FLURISONE

lactation interaction for FLURISONE

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alcohol
pregnancy
lactation
It can be taken with or without food, but it is better to take Flurisone 0.1% drop at a fixed time.
Interaction with alcohol is unknown. Please consult your doctor.
Flurisone 0.1% drop may be unsafe to use during pregnancy.
Animal studies have shown adverse effects on the foetus, however, there are limited human studies. The benefits from use in pregnant women may be acceptable despite the risk. Please consult your doctor.
WEIGH RISKS VS. BENEFITS
Unknown. Human and animal studies are not available. Please consult your doctor.

SALT INFORMATION for FLURISONE

Fluorometholone(0.1%)

Uses

Flurisone 0.1% drop is used in the treatment of allergic disorders and eye disorders.

How it works

Flurisone 0.1% drop belongs to a group of medicines called synthetic corticosteroid (glucocorticoid). Flurisone 0.1% drop binds to its receptors and controls the production of certain chemicals that mediate inflammation in the body, thereby inhibiting the inflammatory reactions (such as swelling, fibrin [type of protein involved in clotting process] deposition, capillary dilatation, phagocyte [large white blood cells that can swallow and digest microbes and other foreign particles] migration).

Common side effects

Punctate keratitis, Rash, Allergic reaction, Blurred vision, Cataract, Increased blood supply to eye, Increased blood flow to conjunctiva (part of eye), Altered taste, Eye discharge, Eye pain, Eyelid swelling, Foreign body sensation, Eye irritation, Increased intraocular pressure, Infection, Increased production of tears, Dilation of the pupil of the eye, Secondary infections, Eye swelling, Ulcerative keratitis, Visual field defect, Visual impairment, Eye itching

Common Dosage for FLURISONE 0.1% DROP

Patients taking FLURISONE 0.1% DROP

  • 50%
    Once A Day
  • 25%
    Thrice A Day
  • 13%
    Alternate Day
  • 13%
    Four Times A Day

SUBSTITUTES for FLURISONE

2 Substitutes
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  • FML LIQUIFILM 0.1% DROP
    (5 ML drop in packet)
    Allergan India Pvt Ltd
    Rs. 19.17/ML of drop
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    Rs. 95.83
    pay 14% more per ML of drop
  • FLUROIDE 0.1% DROP
    (5 ML drop in packet)
    Sapient Laboratories Pvt Ltd
    Rs. 13/ML of drop
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    Rs. 65
    save 23% more per ML of drop

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Expert advice for FLURISONE

  • Do not take eye drops containing corticosteroids such as fluorometholone for longer than a week unless advised and supervised by a specialist doctor.
  • Consult your doctor before discontinuing fluorometholone treatment.
  • Do not use fluorometholone eye drops while you are wearing contact lenses. Do not use contact lenses for at least 10-15 minutes after using fluorometholone in the eye. 
  • Temporary blurred vision or other visual disturbances may affect the ability to drive or use machines. If blurred vision occurs at instillation of fluorometholone eye drops, wait until the vision clears before driving or using machinery.
  • If you are concomitantly using other eye drops or eye ointment medicines with fluorometholone, leave at least 5 minutes between each medicine.
  • Avoid using fluorometholone, if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant or breastfeeding.

Frequently asked questions for FLURISONE

Fluorometholone

Q.Does fluorometholone treat pink eye?
Fluorometholone is used for treat inflammation of parts of conjunctiva; relives redness and itching. It must not be used for undiagnosed red eye condition. Always follow the instructions of doctor regarding its use

Q.Is fluorometholone an antibiotic?
No, fluorometholone is not an antibiotic. Fluorometholone belongs to a group of medicines called synthetic corticosteroid (glucocorticoid). It is used to relive inflammatory condition of the eye

Q.Is fluorometholone a steroid?
Yes, fluorometholone is a steroid. Fluorometholone belongs to a group of medicines called synthetic corticosteroid (glucocorticoid). It is used to relive inflammatory condition of the eye

Q.Is fluorometholone over the counter?
Fluorometholone may be available over-the-counter, however, always follow the advice of your doctor regarding its use

Q.Is fluorometholone safe?
Fluorometholone is safe if used at prescribed doses for the prescribed duration as advised by your doctor

Q.Is fluorometholone generic?
Yes, fluorometholone is a generic name. It is available in various trade names

Q.How does fluorometholone work?
Fluorometholone belongs to a group of medicines synthetic corticosteroid (glucocorticoid). Fluorometholone binds to its receptors and controls the production of certain chemicals that mediate infections in the body, thereby inhibiting the inflammatory reactions (such as swelling, fibrin deposition, capillary dilatation, phagocyte migration)

Q.How long does it take for fluorometholone to work?
Fluorometholone once instilled the eye begins its action

Q.What is fluorometholone ophthalmic suspension used for?
Fluorometholone is used to treat inflammation of parts of conjunctiva such as the palpebral conjunctive (a clear membrane, which coats the inside of the eyelids.) and bulbar conjunctiva (a clear membrane of the eye, which covers the outer surface of the eye)

Q.How much does fluorometholone cost?
The price of fluorometholone may vary depending upon the brand prescribed to you.Please read the instruction on the package for the correct price of the product.

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Content on this page was last updated on 17 July, 2015, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)