What is Optixcare Eye EMS for Dogs and Cats?
- Optixcare Eye EMS helps promote rapid healing, comfort, and recovery in pets suffering from acute or chronic non-healing corneal ulcers.
- It promotes corneal healing by providing an extra-cellular matrix substitute that is resistant to degradation.
Why is Optixcare Eye EMS Used for Dogs and Cats?
- Optixcare Eye EMS quickly promotes corneal healing and reduces discomfort.
What else should I know about Optixcare Eye EMS?
- Store at room temperature.
- Discard each vial after application.
- The solution does not contain preservatives or colorants.
What problems could my dog or cat have with Optixcare Eye EMS?
- Your veterinarian may conduct a fluorescein test 48 hours after the last application.
- Your veterinarian may adapt the instructions for use. Follow their recommendations.
How do you use Optixcare Eye EMS?
- Use as directed by your veterinarian.
- Manufacturer's suggested use: Use 1 drop per affected eye every 2 days. Daily use is not recommended. On the advice of your veterinarian, the frequency may be reduced. The duration of use may vary.
- Wait 2-3 minutes before applying other eye drops.
What is in Optixcare Eye EMS?
- Optixcare Eye EMS contains RGTA, ReGeneraTing Agent, an exclusive regenerative technology that quickly promotes corneal healing.
- Ingredients: RGTA (carboxymethylglucose sulfate polymers) 0.1 mg/mL.
Will I get what I see in the picture?
- Optixcare Eye EMS is a brand name. You will receive the exact brand that you request.
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Q & A
I accidentally applied two drops instead of only one of the Optixcare EMS in my cat's eye for treating his corneal ulcer. Can this cause problems? Do I need to be concerned??
The manufacturer recommends applying 1 drop per affected eye every 2 days. With eye injuries, the heparan sulfates found naturally in the eye do not function properly. The active ingredient in Optixcare Eye EMS mimics those naturally occurring heparan sulfates to stimulate cell regeneration in the corneal stroma and slow down the destruction of its matrix proteins. If an accidental extra drop is given please monitor your pet for adverse reactions and contact your veterinarian if your cat’s symptoms worsen or do not improve.Verified Answer
Hi. On the schedule that we are giving our dog Optixcare EMS her last dosage will happen on Tuesday evening. She has a follow-up vet appointment on Wednesday at 4:40. I see in your product information that the floureceine stain should be administered 48 hours after the last application. What do you suggest? She is also being given an antibiotic every 6 hours.?
Optixcare Eye EMS is an ophthalmic product that quickly promotes corneal healing and reduces discomfort. Fluorescein stains are used to detect the presence of corneal ulcers. According to the manufacturer, it is advised to conduct the fluorescein test, at the earliest, 48 hours after the last application of Optixcare Eye EMS so that the results of the test are not affected. It is recommended that you speak with your veterinarian to determine whether or not it is appropriate to test within 48 hours of the last dose.Verified Answer
How many single dose units are in each box??
There are five 0.33mL single-dose units in each box of Optixcare Eye EMS.Verified Answer