What is PuriLens Plus used for?

What is PuriLens Plus used for?

PuriLens solution is indicated for use in rinsing, PuriLens system cleaning and disinfection, and storage of SOFT (hydrophilic) contact lenses.

What can I use instead of PuriLens?

You may use Sodium Chloride Inhalation Solution USP, 0.9% as a substitute.

What is in PuriLens?

What are the ingredients in PuriLens? Purified water, sodium chloride (salt), boric acid, and sodium borate (used as buffers to balance the pH for comfortable use in the eye). These are the exact same ingredients that were in the now discontinued Unisol 4 and Simply Saline Contact lens solutions.

Is PuriLens buffered?

Purilens Plus and ScleralFil are both available in a buffered solution. LacriPure, and Addipak and Modulose (which are commonly used off-label by scleral lens wearers) are sold as unbuffered products.

Is PuriLens FDA approved?

Expanded indications for PuriLens! FDA approved for use as an insertion solution for scleral lenses!

What is preservative free eye drops?

Preservative-free eyedrops. This type has fewer additives and is generally recommended if you apply artificial tears more than four times a day, or if you have moderate or severe dry eyes. Preservative-free eyedrops may come in single-dose vials.

Is sterile saline preservative free?

Preservative-free. Single-dose 10 ml plastic vial. Each ml contains: Sodium Chloride 9 mg, in Water for Injection.

Why are sclera lenses so expensive?

One of the most commonly recited myths about scleral lenses is that they are much more expensive than standard soft lenses. Because the lenses must be fitted and customized to fit each individual eye, there is more work involved in prescribing scleral lenses, which many patients assume will lead to higher cost.

Which saline is best for nebulizer?

Conclusions: Nebulization with 5% hypertonic saline is safe, can be widely generalizable, and may be superior to current treatment for early outpatient treatment of bronchiolitis.

How long is preservative-free saline good for?

15 days
Bottled preservative-free saline, a/k/Purilens Plus Saline, must be discarded within 15 days of opening, according to the manufacturer’s label.

Does saline solution have preservatives?

Saline solution is a versatile preservative-free solution designed to rinse your soft or rigid gas permeable contact lenses and their storage case.

Are preservative eye drops better?

While preservatives can help your artificial tears last longer in the bottle, many people find the additives can irritate their eyes. The chemicals present in the preservatives can cause poor production and maintenance of the tear film, and this can cause dry eye symptoms.

What is purilens plus saline?

Purilens Plus Saline is a buffered preservative-free saline. Expanded indications for PuriLens! FDA approved for use as an insertion solution for scleral lenses! →

Is purilens plus safe for contact lenses?

PuriLens Plus saline solution is a safe FDA approved preservative-free, pH-balanced, sterile, aqueous isotonic solution of sodium chloride, buffered with boric acid and sodium borate. It DOES NOT contain chlorhexidine, thimerosal, or other mercury-containing compounds. Safe to apply to contact lenses before insertion

What are the indications for purilens?

Expanded indications for PuriLens! FDA approved for use as an insertion solution for scleral lenses! → This solution may also be used as an insertion solution for large diameter (Scleral) contact lenses, as a rinse for contact lens cases, and may be used as needed throughout the day to rinse contact lenses.