ZAHA EYE DROP
Quantity : 1 Eye Drop
ZAHA EYE DROP
Zaha Eye Drop is an effective antibiotic used to cure bacterial infections developed in the eyes. Eye drops help kill different types of bacteria in children and adults. This eye drop should be instilled as per the dose & duration suggested by your eye specialist. You should instill this eye drop at regular intervals with equal breaks in between as recommended by the doctor.
Try not to miss the doses and complete the whole treatment course even if you see many positive results. Discontinuing this eye drop at the early stages of the treatment can bring back the infection. It can also worsen the condition.
Uses of Zaha Eye Drop
- Treats Bacterial infections
Medicinal benefits (Zaha eye drop)
This eye drop is used to cure infections of the eye caused due to bacterial infections. These infections can be trachoma conjunctivitis and bacterial conjunctivitis. This eye drop helps treat bacterial eye infections effectively.
Most side effects of the application of these eye drops are not severe. They do not need immediate medical help. The side effects go when your body is used to this eye drop. If the side effects are stressful for you, contact your eye specialist.
Common side effects
- Burning eyes
- Abdominal pain
Do not use this eye drop during pregnancy without consulting your physician. Your physician will check if the benefits exceed the risks before prescribing this eye drop.
There is no data available. The interaction of this eye drop with alcohol is unknown. So, get in touch with your healthcare provider.
This eye drop can be used by nursing mothers only if the doctor recommends it.
This eye drop can lead to blurred vision for a short time after using it. Before you drive or use any heavy machines, wait for the vision to get clear.
There is limited data available to know about the application of this eye drop in patients with liver problems. Hence, consult your physician.
Limited data are available to clarify the use of these eye drops in patients with kidney problems. Make sure you speak to your doctor before instilling this eye drop.
Q-Can this eye drop be used in the long term?
Do not use this eye drop for more than the duration suggested by your eye specialist. Tell your eye specialist if your condition doesn’t get better after 3 days of instilling this eye drop.
Q-Is this eye drop safe for use?
This eye drop is safe in the dose prescribed by the doctor.
Q-Why this eye drop prescribed for three days only?
The duration for use of this eye drop depends on the infection type and the patient’s age. It is not necessarily prescribed for 3 days. Most cases of bacterial infections need one dose of 500 mg for 3 days. On the other hand, the eye drop is prescribed as a single dose of 500mg for day 1. From the 2nd day to the 5th day – a single dose of 250mg. For other infection cases like genital ulcer disease, it is a single dose of one gram. Hence, the dose differs from person to person. Only your eye specialist can help you get the appropriate dose.
Q-What are the things I should avoid while using this eye drop?
Normally, patients using this eye drop should not take any antacid as it influences the results of Zaha Eye Drop. Also, cut down the exposure to sunlight or use tanning beds as these eye drops can elevate the chances of sunburn.
Q-Is this eye drop a powerful antibiotic?
It is a useful antibiotic used to cure different bacterial infections. As compared to other antibiotics, this antibiotic remains in the body for a longer time. Hence, it is prescribed once a day for the shortest period. The other antibiotics come with a reduced half-life and are prescribed twice/thrice/four times a day.
Q-Can I experience a yeast infection after using this eye drop?
In some people using this eye, a drop can bring yeast or fungal infection termed thrush. This antibiotic can also destroy good bacteria present in your intestine which works to prevent thrush. In case you get a vaginal discharge or itching, speak to your physician immediately. Make sure you inform your physician if you see a white patch on the tongue or mouth after using this eye drop after you stop taking it.
Q-Can I wear contact lenses while using this eye drop?
No, you should wear contact lenses while instilling these eye drops. Remove them before you put the eye drop. It is recommended that you use normal spectacles and not use contact lenses till the infection is treated.
Do not use this medicine without a prescription from your eye specialist. To get better results you need the accurate dose and duration from the doctor.