DROP therapeutic®


Protect, Restore, Repair

CONTRIBUTES TO THE STABILITY OF THE OCULAR SURFACE BY ADJUSTING PH AND OSMOLARITY. PROTECT EPITHELIUM SUBJECT TO VARIOUS TYPES OF STRESS.

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DROP therapeutic ®


Protect, Restore, Repair

DROP therapeutic ® is an ophthalmic solution based on Vitamin B2, Vitamin E, Sodium Hyaluronate, and amino acids. It has a protective action on corneal epithelium and promotes the natural repairing process in the eye. DROP therapeutic ®:

  • Contributes to ocular surface stability, regulating its pH and osmolarity
  • Protects corneal epithelium, subject to different kinds of stress.
  • Promotes ocular surface wettability, providing essential nutrients for an optimal preservation of the ocular surface after a surgical procedure
  • Improves ocular surface lubrication.
  • Has an action against UV damages
  • Accelerates the natural repairing process in dry eye.
  • Is a valid support for patients affected by keratoconus, or undergoing corneal cross-linking.
  • DROP therapeutic ® can be used after UV-A irradiation in corneal cross-linking and under sun exposure to keep the cornea hydrated. DROP therapeutic ®” can be used with wearable contact lenses.
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HOW IT WORKS

Vitamin B2 and Vitamin E TPGS, contained in the solution, interact with tear film external lipidic layer, creating a protective film to avoid hyper evaporation of the water component. Sodium Hyaluronate mechanically interacts with tear film mucinic layer, retaining water and promoting longer stability of the ocular surface. Amino acids’ synergic action has a nourishing function for the ocular surface, other than pH and tear osmolarity regulation, improving epithelial protection against different sources of stress. Vitamin E TPGS promotes ocular surface wettability, providing essential nutrients for an optimal preservation of the ocular surface after a surgical procedure, and improves ocular surface lubrication.

INDICATIONS

DROP therapeutic ® is indicated for:

  • Corneal cross-linking patients;
  • Patients affected by keratoconus;
  • Dry eye;
  • Altered ocular surface continuity;
  • Hyperemia after refractive surgery;
  • Traumas caused by foreign bodies;
  • Surgery follow-up;
  • Ocular surface alterations, related to metabolic conditions;
  • Environmental stress (pollution, altered microclimates, smoke, air conditioning);
  • Intense and prolonged UV and ionizing radiation exposure;
  • Prolonged use of computers, video terminals, and television.