Generic Name(s): fluorescein/proparacaine
Drug Class: Phthalic indicator
Treats: Diagnostic imaging.
Angiscein is indicated for certain eye procedures. Angiscein is used together with a disclosing agent or local anesthesia. Angiscein may also be used for other purposes that may not be included in this medication guide as directed by the doctor or pharmacist. Angiscein is only available through a doctor’s or pharmacist’s instruction.
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Angiscein makes it easier to detect the area of the eye that is damaged. Angiscein works on the nerves in the eye to decrease the amount of pain.
Angiscein is administered through a dropper into the affected eye. To ensure that no contamination occurs, be sure to sterilize the dropper before use. Equally, do not touch the tip of the dropper. Dispose used solution and replace the container’s closure immediately after use. Do not use Angiscein if you are allergic to any of its active ingredients. Use Angiscein with caution if have eye cataracts, floaters, or other eye conditions.
Angiscein is indicated for:
- Certain eye procedures
Angiscein dosage depends on the individual and the condition being treated. Since Angiscein is only available under a doctor’s prescription, you should use it as directed by the doctor. Be sure to read and understand the dosage information on Angiscein package. Call your doctor for further clarifications if the dosage instructions are unclear or ambiguous. The amount of Angiscein is based on the severity of the condition being treated thus may differ from one person to the other. . Below you will find a typical dosage of Angiscein.
- Angiscein Dosage – Use 2 drops into the affected eye two times every 24 hours
If you miss an Angiscein dose, use it as soon as you can. However, if it is about time for the subsequent dose, skip the missed dose and go back to the normal schedule
Angiscein Side Effects
Angiscein just like any medicine may cause some side effects. The severity of these side effects may differ from one person to the other depending on the body’s ability to handle the effects of the drug. Contact your doctor if the following common side effects do not go away or get worse. Note that not all possible Angiscein side effects are listed here.
- Itching in the eye
- Hot sensations in the affected eye
Contact your doctor immediately if you experience the following severe side effects:
- Increased winking
- Conjunctival redness
- Tightness in the chest
- Redness of the ear
- Severe irritation
- Swelling of the mouth and lips
Angiscein may interact with some drugs and substances. In most cases, Angiscein is not combined with other drugs unless authorized by the doctor. It is therefore important that you do not start, stop or change the use of any medicine without informing the doctor.
Angiscein drug and substance interactions
This is not the complete list of all drugs and substances that may interact with Angiscein. Share a list of all drugs, over the counter prescriptions, vitamins and mineral as well as herbal supplements you may be taking to enable the doctor give you more precise advice