What is Navstel?
Navstel Ophthalmic Irrigation is a sterilizing solution.Navstel can be used to maintain the health of the eye after an operation, like cataract surgery.The drug Navstel can also be used for other purposes that are not covered in this guideline.
Navstel helps to maintain the health of your eye after surgery.After the procedure, contact your doctor if you experience issues with your vision, eye redness, pain, or sensitivity to light.
Before you take this drug
To ensure that Navstel is safe for you, consult your doctor if:
- A study of the history of glaucoma
FDA pregnancy category C. It's not clear whether Navstel can harm an unborn baby. Consult your physician if you are expecting or plan to become pregnant while taking this medication.
It is unclear if Navstel gets into breast milk or if it is harmful to the nursing infant. Consult your physician if you are nursing your baby.
How to take Navstel?
Navstel is injectable in the eye prior to the procedure. The doctor will give the injection.
What happens If I miss a dose?
Since you'll be receiving Navstel in an operating room, it is unlikely that you'll miss the dose.
What happens If I overdose?
Since the medication is prescribed by a medical expert in a medical environment, the risk of overdose is less likely to occur.
What should be avoided?
Follow your doctor's advice regarding any restrictions on your food, drink, or activity.
Side effects of Navstel
Contact a medical professional immediately. If you notice any of these symptoms for an allergic reaction to the Navstel, asthmatic breathing difficulties or swelling of your lips, face, or tongue.
Contact your doctor immediately. If you suffer from:
- Vision issues;
- Eye pain, redness, or irritation;
- Greater sensitiveness to the light.
Common Navstel side effects can include:
- Headaches migraine
- Mild eye discomfort.
This isn't an exhaustive list of all adverse effects. Other things could happen. Seek advice from your doctor for medical advice regarding adverse effects. You are able to report any adverse negative effects in writing to your FDA via 1-800-FDA-1088.
- Lidocaine for ophthalmic use,
- Proparacaine eye drops,
- Balanced Salt Solution,
Interaction with other drugs
It's unlikely that other drugs you consume in the form of injections or orally can affect Navstel, which is used in the eyes. However, many medications can interfere with each other. Inform your healthcare professionals about all medications you take, including those that are prescribed and available over the counter, as well as vitamins and herbs.