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Generic Name: NAPHAZOLINE - OPHTHALMIC Pronounced: (nah-FAZZ-oh-leen) Clear Eyes Itchy Eye Relief Opht Uses
Naphazoline is a decongestant used to relieve redness,
puffiness, and itchy/watering eyes due to colds, allergies, or eye irritations
(smog, swimming, or wearing contact lenses). It is known as a sympathomimetic
(alpha receptor agonist) that works in the eye to decrease
Some brands of naphazoline eye drops also contain other
ingredients. Lubricants (such as glycerin, hypromellose, or polyethylene glycol
300) help protect the eyes from more irritation. Zinc sulfate, an astringent,
helps reduce redness and irritation.
How To Use Clear Eyes Itchy Eye Relief Opht
Follow all directions on the product package, or use as
directed by your doctor. If you are uncertain about any of the information,
consult your doctor or pharmacist.
To apply eye drops, wash your hands first. To avoid
contamination, do not touch the drop...
Symptoms Collapse Diarrhea Drooling Eye pain and redness if product touched the eyes Inability to breathe because the throat swells shut Rapid drop in blood pressure Severe abdominal pain Severe pain in the mouth Severe pain in the throat Vomiting
This is not something new - in fact, there have been some isolated cases where social services or another government authority has stepped in and removed a morbidly obese child from a home in an effort to prevent further health risks from developing. The intent has been to "save the child" and not to indict the parents. Obviously the net result of such an action is to basically suggest that the parents are not engaged in good parenting and the child, because of that, is at serious risk from a health perspective. With the publication of this new Journal of the American Medical Association commentary, and the chorus of other health professionals supporting this expert's written essay, the issue of whether to remove an obese child from his home is now front and center.
It seems just last week we were arguing about whether bariatric surgery or the Lap Band is appropriate for obese teens. That discussion may now seem tame in comparison to removing a child from a home because a docto...
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