VIVIDRIN azelastine hydrochloride eye drops

Dr. Gerhard Mann

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Vividrin ® azelastine hydrochloride 0.5 mg / ml eye drops, solution

Pack size:6 ml Dosage form:eye drop

Active ingredient: azelastine hydrochloride. Areas of application: Antihistamine for the treatment and prevention of symptoms of seasonal allergic discomfort to the eye (seasonal allergic conjunctivitis in hay fever) in adults and children from 4 years of age, as well as for the treatment of symptoms of non-seasonal (perennial) allergic discomfort to the eye (perennial allergic conjunctivitis ) in adults and adolescents from 12 years. Not suitable for treating infections of the eye. Warnings: Keep medicines out of the reach of children. Contains benzalkonium chloride. Note leaflet. Pharmacy only.

For azelastine hydrochloride information on risks and side effects, read the package insert and ask your doctor or pharmacist.
Dr. Gerhard Mann chem.- pharm. Fabrik GmbH, Brunsbütteler Damm 165-173, 13581 Berlin.

Quick acute help for hay fever
Flower pollen, house dust mites, animal hair or other foreign substances can cause allergic reactions such as burning, watery or itchy eyes. Vividrin ® Azelastine eye drops work quickly and reliably against acute discomfort in the eye, without making you tired. The well-tolerated drug with the proven active ingredient azelastine helps both with seasonal allergic symptoms such as hay fever and with non-seasonal allergic conjunctivitis.

Product at a glance

  • Rapid treatment of acute complaints
  • Works for approx. 24 hours when used twice a day 1
  • Works in just 3 minutes 1
  • Extra protection through 3-fold mechanism of action 2
  • For adults and children 3

1 Friedlaender et al: Evaluation of the onset and duration effect of azelastine eye drops; 2000: 1-6 Ophthalmology 2000; 107: 2152–2157
2 Acute (H1 blocker) + mast cell stabilizing + anti-inflammatory, according to the technical information Vividrin ® Azelastin 0.5 mg / ml eye drops, as of June 2018
3 Seasonal allergic conjunctivitis for children from the age of 4 Years; perennial from 12 years.

For severe complaints
In the case of allergies, mast cells increasingly release the inflammatory messenger substance histamine and thus trigger an immune reaction. The well-tolerated active ingredient azelastine hydrochloride has a threefold effect against the symptoms: it inhibits the histamine receptors and reduces allergic symptoms such as itching or reddening of the eyes. At the same time, the immune cells are stabilized and the release of histamine is reduced. In addition, azelastine is anti-inflammatory. 2

head back and carefully pull your lower eyelid down.
Now put 1 drop of Vividrin ® azelastine hydrochloride in the middle of the lower eyelid. Make sure that the dropper does not come into contact with the eyes or skin.
Let go of the lower eyelid and press lightly against the nose with your finger from the inner corner of the eye. Blink slowly several times to distribute the drop over the eyeball.
Repeat the process on the other eye and close the bottle with the screw cap immediately after use.

Hypersensitivity to flower and grass pollen often results in puffy, reddened or itchy eyes. Vividrin ® azelastine hydrochloride eye drops can have a long-lasting and reliable effect on acute symptoms within a few minutes, without making you tired.

The sensitive conjunctiva is troubled by countless triggers: allergies to house dust mites, animal hair or mold spores cause unpleasant symptoms such as burning and itching. An antiallergic drug such as Vividrin ® azelastine hydrochloride eye drops can combat the symptoms effectively and quickly.

In principle, in the case of allergic conjunctivitis, the ophthalmologist should be asked whether contact lenses can still be worn. If this is permitted, hard and soft contact lenses are to be removed before the dropping and to be reinserted at the earliest 15 minutes afterwards.

Children are just as often affected by allergic conjunctivitis. Due to their good tolerance and quick effect, Vividrin ® azelastine hydrochloride eye drops are suitable for children from 4 years of age in the case of seasonal allergies.

How long can Vividrin ® azelastine hydrochloride eye drops be used?
During exposure to allergens (grass and pollen, house dust, etc.) Vividrin ® Azelastine eye drops should be used regularly until the symptoms have disappeared. In total, the treatment should not last longer than six weeks.

How often do I have to use Vividrin ® azelastine hydrochloride eye drops?
In the case of seasonal allergic conjunctivitis, the recommended dose - unless otherwise prescribed by a doctor - is 1 drop twice a day in each eye for adults and children from 4 years of age. The application can be increased to 4 times a day if necessary.
For non-seasonal allergic conjunctivitis, adults and children from 12 years of age put 1 drop of Vividrin ® azelastine hydrochloride in each eye twice a day . The application can be increased to 4 times a day if necessary.

What happens if I stop treatment with Vividrin ® azelastine eye drops?
Vividrin ®azelastine hydrochloride eye drops should be used as regularly as possible until the symptoms go away. If the application is interrupted, the symptoms can reappear if you are still exposed to allergens.