Sodyal X | Eye Drops
- Preservative-free ophthalmic solution with 0.10% Cross-Linked Hyaluronic Acid.
- Lubricates, hydrates and soothes dry eyes.
- Compatible with contact lenses.
- Once opened, use within 60 days.
- Medical device.
Sodyal X is an ophthalmic solution that lubricates and hydrates dry eyes. It is ideal for the cases of:
- Symptomatic treatment of dry eye syndrome.
- Suitable for corneal protection as a tear substitute in case of ocular trauma, ophthalmic diagnosis and surgical procedures.
- Insufficient tear production.
- Extensive contact lens wear.
- Eye discomfort in closed environments, in the presence of smoke or air conditioning.
- Foreign body sensation in the eye.
Hyaluronic Acid: It is a natural building block of the human body, which is found naturally in the tear film (1). The use of topical hyaluronic acid provides a reduction of symptoms in dry eyes (2) and allows a protection of the corneal endothelium in a natural way. Cross-Linked Hyaluronic Acid is designed to obtain better viscoelastic and stability properties (3), ensuring greater hydration and lubrication and a longer permanence of the solution on the ocular surface compared to other drops.
Ingredients: Cross-Linked Hyaluronic Acid 0.10%, isotonic buffered solution pH 7.2.
Instructions for use:
- Remove the safety ring by pulling the tab.
- Remove the cap from the bottle.
- Place the bottle vertically over the eye.
- Apply gradual pressure on the bottle.
- Close the bottle after each use. Place one to two drops in each eye, one or more times a day, as needed or as directed by a specialist. This product is compatible with contact lenses.
Shelf Life: 24 months.
Net Content: 10 mL.
Presentation: Bottle with sterile ophthalmic solution with dropper.
1) Calles J, et al. Hyaluronic acid and its ophthalmological applications. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology. 5.1-2011.
2) Figuereido E, et al. Use of hyaluronic acid in Ophthalmology. Arch. Bras. Ophthalmol. Vol 73-1. 2010.
3) Williams D, et al. Efficacy of a Crosslinked Hyaluronic Acid-Based Hydrogel as a Tear Film Supplement: A Masked Controlled Study. PLoS One 2014; 9 (6): e99766.