Protective and Lubricating ophthalmic solution for adults and children
OZODROP® IVT is a protective, lubricating, moisturising and soothing ophthalmic solution for the ocular surface, based on LipozonEye (ozonated vegetable oil, soy phospholipids) and hypromellose useful for:
- protection before and after eye surgery
- the treatment of symptoms related to inflammation, also of infectious origin;
- promoting reparative processes after surgical or traumatic stress;
- the treatment of dry eye, including irritation caused by environmental conditions or mechanical stress, such as wearing contact lenses.
Thanks to its ozonated oil and liposome content, OZODROP® IVT reduces the ability of bacteria to form a biofilm and promotes their breakdown. The biofilm is a natural defence mechanism that bacteria put in place, which can form on the ocular surface, especially in the case of abrasions and trauma, or on contact lenses. By removing the biofilm, an unfavourable environment for the proliferation of bacteria is created, which makes bacteria more susceptible to both the eye’s natural defences and antibiotics; this reduces inflammatory symptoms caused by bacteria.
The presence of vegetable oil and liposomes supports the stabilisation of the lipid layer of the tear film, reducing the evaporation of the aqueous layer and ensuring immediate relief for eyes.
The vegetable oil used is ozonated and is therefore self-preserved; it is rendered more bioavailable and biotolerable thanks to the integration of liposomes.
OZODROP® IVT is indicated as a support:
- as part of prophylaxis before and after surgery (e.g., cataracts, intravitreal injections, etc.); in particular, application is recommended three days before surgery
- in the case of inflammatory diseases of the cornea (keratitis) and conjunctiva (conjunctivitis), including those of infectious origin (from bacteria, viruses, fungi)
- in antibiotic therapy, in both adults and children
- in the case of abrasions, corneal trauma, use of contact lenses
- in the case of alterations of the ocular surface due to instability of the tear film, also in patients with recurrent eye infections.