|Polyaminopropyl Biguanide (DYMED)||0,0005 mg|
|Sodium Borate||1,20 mg|
|Boric Acid||6,40 mg|
|Disodium Edetate||0,11% m/v (preservative)|
|Sodium Chloride||4,90 mg|
|Poloxamine 1107||10,00 mg|
|Purified Water||q.s to 1,00 mL|
|||Lens care procedures as recommended by your eye care practitioner must be followed. Failure to follow these procedures may result in the development of serious eye infections.|
|||Do not use BAUSCH & LOMB Multi-Purpose Solution with any heat disinfection method.|
|Step 1: Cleaning|
Fill the lens storage case with fresh BAUSCH & LOMB Multi-Purpose Solution. Remove the right lens from the eye. Place the lens in the palm of your hand and apply a few drops of BAUSCH & LOMB Multi-Purpose Solution to the lens Rub the lens gently in a linear motion using your forefinger. Rinse the lens completely free from debris with fresh BAUSCH & LOMB Multi-Purpose Solution. Repeat for left lens.
|Step 2: Disinfecting|
Place the lenses in their appropriate compartment of the lens storage case, ensuring that they are completely immersed in the solution. Secure the caps, and allow to soak for a minimum of four hours, or overnight.
|Step 3: Rinsing|
Remove lenses from the storage case and rinse thoroughly with fresh BAUSCH & LOMB Multi-Purpose Solution. Place lenses on the eyes.
|||Always wash hands thoroughly before handling your lenses.|
|||Never re-use BAUSCH & LOMB Multi-Purpose Solution.|
|||Do not touch bottle tip to any surface, since this may contaminate the solution.|
|||Replace cap of bottle securely when not in use to prevent contamination or evaporation of the solution.|
|||If eye irritation occurs, persists or increases, discontinue use and consult an eye care practitioner.|
|||Lenses must be thoroughly cleaned, soaked and rinsed each time they are removed to achieve disinfection.|
|||Use before the expiry date indicated on the container and the carton.|
|||Stinging, burning, itching, excessive watering, unusual secretions and redness of the eye.|
If any of the above problems occur, remove and examine the lenses. If the problem stops, and the lenses appear to be undamaged, thoroughly clean and rinse and disinfect the lenses and reinsert them. If the problem continues, or the lens appears to be damaged, immediately consult an eye care practitioner.
|||No finality has been reached on the long-term safety of soft contact lens preparations.|
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