Aurocaine 5 ml
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What are Aurocaine Eye Drops
Aurocaine eye drop containing Proparacaine is used to numb the eye before surgery, specific tests, or procedures.
These eye drops prevent discomfort and pain throughout the treatment.
It is a prescription-based medication that doctors prescribe to patients with known medical conditions.
Aurolab is the leading manufacturer of Aurocaine eye drops.
Uses of Aurocaine Eye Drops
These eye drops for pain alleviation are local anesthetics.
They permit minor eye surgeries to be performed without pain or discomfort.
This medication is only to be used by an eye doctor or under their direct supervision.
Working of Aurocaine Eye Drops
Proparacaine is the main active ingredient of Aurocaine eye drops.
It belongs to the category of medicines known as Local anesthetics.
Proparacine eye drops work by stopping the nerves in the body from sending pain signals to the brain.
This decreases the sensation of pain.
Aurocaine eye drops must be used only by a doctor or under the doctor's direct supervision.
How to use Aurocaine (Proparacaine) Eye Drops
- This medicine will be given to you by a doctor or other trained health professional
- Before your eye surgery, the eye drops are put right in your eye
- While your eye is still numb, it is crucial to protect it from harm
- Avoid touching or rubbing the eye
Substitutes of Aurocaine Eye drops
Substitute of Aurocaine which contain the same component is:
Aurocaine side effects
Some side effects of Proparacaine eye drops are:
- Blurred vision
- Sensitivity to light
- Throbbing eye pain
- Stinging in the eye
Aurocaine (Proparacaine) eye drops may have some interactions. Talk to your doctor to know about all the potential interactions.
Medicinal interactions of Auoraine are:
- Amyl nitrite
- Heart disease
- Hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid)
Consider some caution before using this medication.
- Do not use extra eye drops until instructed by your doctor
- Protect your eyes against irritants such as dust, sand, and other particles
- This medicine shouldn't be taken for a long time
- If you take this medicine for longer than you should, you may get blurry vision
- Inform your doctor if you are allergic to Proparacaine
- Keep it at 2-8°C and away from the sun and moisture
- Keep medicines away from children and pets
- Discard the expired medicine properly