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CONJUNCTIVITIS - VIRAL
Viral conjunctivitis is the inflammation of the conjunctiva of viral etiology.
Signs and symptoms include unilateral or bilateral eye redness, foreign body sensation and follicular conjunctival reaction.
It may be caused by adenovirus, herpes simplex or molluscum contagiosum.
Drug Information

Indication: Treatment & prevention of herpes simplex virus infections, genital herpes of skin & mucous membranes &...

Indication: Herpes simplex virus infections of skin & mucous membranes including initial & recurrent genital herpe...

Dosage: Adult Herpes simplex infections 200 mg 5 times daily at 4-hrly intervals for 5 days. Severely immunocompromise

Indication: Management of acute & chronic anterior uveitis, iridocyclitis, iritis & cyclitis, herpes zoster ophtha...

Indication: Relief of ocular irritation, congestion & treatment of allergic or inflammatory ocular conditions.

Indication: Temporary prevention of eye itching due to allergic conjunctivitis.

Indication: Allergic conjunctivitis.

Indication: Treatment & prophylaxis of herpes genitalis, treatment of herpes zoster, herpes simples & varicella (chickenpo...

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antazoline hydrochloride + tetryzoline hydrochlori...

Indication: Non-infectious irritative conjunctivitis, allergic-inflammatory conjunctival affections, hay fever & conju...

Indication: Varicella-zoster viral infections. Skin & mucous membrane infections due to herpes simplex virus. Prophyla...

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