Medicinal product withdrawn from the market on 07/03/2006
what is Posine ?
This medication is usually prescribed for:
- Non-infectious conjunctival irritation
what is Posine medication used for and indication?
Adjunctive treatment of non-infectious conjunctival irritations.
- Local route.
- RESERVED FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN OVER 12 YEARS OLD.
IN EYE INSTILLATION.
- One drop of eye drops 2 to 4 times a day.
- Instill 1 drop of eye drops in the lower conjunctival cul-de-sac of the diseased eye (s) by looking upwards and pulling the lower eyelid slightly downwards.
- Do not touch the eye or the eyelids with the tip of the bottle.
Recap the bottle after use.
This medication is contraindicated in the event of:
- hypersensitivity to one of the constituents of the eye drops,
- risk of glaucoma by closing the angle.
This medication is generally not recommended in the following situations:
during the first trimester of pregnancy and in case of breastfeeding:
- pregnancy: there are no reliable data on teratogenesis in animals.
- There is currently no relevant, or sufficient number, to assess a possible malformative effect of synephrine when administered during pregnancy.
- Consequently, the use of drugs containing synephrine is not recommended during the first trimester.
- Breast-feeding: due to the lack of data on the passage of this drug in breast milk, the use of this one should be avoided during breast-
Posine Side Effects
- in combination with bromocriptine; guanethidine and related; non-selective MAOIs (iproniazid, nialamide) (see interactions).
how does Posine work?
- Risk of acute glaucoma by closing the angle.
- Possibility of transient irritation.
- Possibility of allergic reactions: blepharitis, conjunctivitis.
- Repeated instillations can cause an annoying mydriasis, superficial punctate keratitis; exceptionally, by systemic effect of synephrine, an increase in blood pressure, tremors, pallor, headaches, cardiac arrhythmias.
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