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Drug Name: Amo Endosol
Generic Name(s): ophthalmic irrigation
Drug Class: Organic carbonic acids and derivatives
Treats: intraocular ophthalmic irrigation of the eye

Amo Endosol (ophthalmic irrigation) is a sterile cleansing solution which is used by the doctors to water the eye during surgery. It is mainly used for the purpose of maintaining moisture in the eye when surgery is being performed. However, this medication may also be used to treat other conditions as determined by your doctor. Amo Endosol should only be used by medical professionals.

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Amo Endosol Uses

Amo Endosol is mainly used for intraocular ophthalmic irrigation of the eye during surgical processes to retain the natural condition of the eye. It is also used during diagnostic and therapeutic evaluations where watering or retention of moisture is required. Amo Endosol is also used to maintain the volume of blood plasma during and after surgery and it also acts as a solvent for various drugs.
It is also used during;

  • Prolonged watering of the front and rear segments such as cataract surgery and vitreoretinal surgery
  • Cornea surgery 
  • Moisture absorption of the cornea during transplantation

Amo Endosol Dosage

Amo Endosol dosage is dependent on the patient since it is different for different patients. The dosage also depends on the condition of the patient and the strength of the medicine. The dosage is used only during surgeries to water the eye. The dosage should only be administered by health professionals during diagnostic and therapeutic evaluations. Amo Endosol dosage should be given only after a patient has been examined. Amo Endosol is administered through intravenous injection and is also used for washing wounds, eyes and mucous nasal cavity.
Recommended dosage

  • Up to 3 L per day, depending on the clinical situation 
  • Single dose for IV jet injection: 10-30 ml.
  • 100 ml: For conditions requiring immediate replacement of AMO Endosol Solution

Amo Endosol Side Effects

Amo Endosol has various side effects. However, not all the side effects that may be reported since they may go away as the body gets used to the medicine. It has some needed side effects and some unwanted side effects that may be reported for medical attention. In case the following side effects occur, seek medical attention immediately.
Common side effects include:

  • stomach cramps
  • thirst
  • lacrimation
  • sweating
  • fever
  • tachycardia
  • hypertension
  • renal dysfunction
  • edema
  • shortness of breath
  • headache
  • dizziness
  • anxiety
  • weakness
  • twitching
  • muscle hypertonicity
  • headache
  • mild eye discomfort

Amo Endosol Interactions

Amo Endosol has some known drug interactions. However, it does not interact with every medicine. Consult your doctor first to get advice on all drug interactions. Do not combine any medicine without informing the doctor or health care provider to be monitored. Also inform your doctor if you have any prescription and non-prescription drugs that you are currently using.
Here are some of the drugs that interact with Amo Endosol

  • Cefuroxime
  • Cefpodoxime
  • Cefditoren
  • Acetazolamide
  • Bicarbonate
  • Amphetamine
  • Atazanavir 
  • Bisacodyl 
  • Bosutinib 
  • Captopril 
  • Cathinone
  • Erlotinib
  • Flecainide 
  • Fosinopril 
  • Gabapentin 
  • Hyoscyamine 
  • Isoniazid
  • Itraconazole 
  • Ledipasvir
  • Lithium