Ocuflox is nothing but an ophthalmic formulation that contains Ofloxacin as the active ingredient. This drug works against a broad spectrum of bacteria and it is used for treating pneumonia, UTIs, cellulitis, prostatitis, and certain types of infections such as diarrhea. Ocuflox eye drop is also commonly recommended for the common cold or flu.
A Detailed Guide on
OCCUFLOX Eye Drops
• Ocuflox is a patented and FDA-approved medicine since the year 1985.
• Ocuflox is a schedule H drug that belongs to a class of medications called
• It is an eye drop solution containing Ofloxacin, which is widely used for treating
superficial eye infections caused by bacteria.
• Ocuflox is a sterile, 0.3% ophthalmic formulation. It is a fluorinated
carboxyquinolone that works against microbes for topical use.
How does Ocuflox work?
• Ofloxacin is the active component present in the Ocuflox solution, which is
categorized as quinolones.
• The Ocuflox eye drops work on two essential enzymes.
• The type II topoisomerase and topoisomerase IV enzymes are important for the
replication of bacteria.
• Therefore, inhibiting these two enzymes halts the doubling of bacterial cells.
How to use Ocuflox eye drop solution?
• Lean your head back; pull your lower eyelid release a drop with a sterile dropper
in the eye pouch.
• Shut your eye gently and look downwards for a few seconds.
• Avoid rubbing or flutter your eyes.
• Use this drug as recommended.
• Discard the dropper after each use.
What are the common side effects?
• Dry eyes
• Blurry vision
• Light Sensitivity
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