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|CAS:||1043-21-6||Other Name:||Pirenoxine, Pirenoxinum [Latin];|
|Usage:||Modern Antiseptic Powder||Grade:||Pharma Grade|
Pirenoxine Cas 1043-21-6 Anti Inflammatory Powder Treatment For Traumatic Cataract
Pro Name: Pirenoxine
Molecular Formula: C16H8N2O5
DeliveryTime: within 4 to 8 days
PackAge: aluminium bag
Purity: 98% Min
Storage: keep in dry and ventilated place
Transportation: By sea/By air
Catalin (Pirenoxine) is an anti-cataract agent used to inhibit the development of cataracts in patients considered at risk. Its mechanism of action is interacting with calcium and selenite ions, which are known to play a central role in the formation of lens cataracts.
Catalin (Pirenoxine) is an anti-cataract agent used to inhibit the development of cataracts in patients considered at risk. Its mechanism of action is interacting with calcium and selenite ions, which are known to play a central role in the formation of lens cataracts. This in turn can help stop crystals in the eye that are water soluble from insolubilization, which allows for the eye lens and vision to remain clear. Another medical study showed that it might be effective in helping preventing an oxidative attack on the eye lens, which could further explain its potential as a treatment for cataract prevention.
Dosage and Administration
Catalin (Pirenoxine) eye drops need to be administered strictly as directed by the physician in charge of treatment. To use them, place the tablet into the solvent (provided in the bottle) and allow it to fully dissolve. It may be necessary to shake it. Your physician will direct you with regard to proper use, as well as how often it needs to be applied. Adults are sometimes told to administer 1 to 2 drops, 3 to 5 times every day. However, a different dosage regimen may be needed by some patients, depending on the severity of symptoms. Therefore, it is essential that all instructions given by the physician in charge of treatment are strictly followed.