Please note that the information on this and the following pages is not intended to be medical advice. For treatment recommendations and if symptoms persist, patients should consult their GP, Consultant, Optometrist or Pharmacist.
What is Dry Eye?
The feeling of dry eyes is very common and can be quite debilitating for the sufferer. It happens whenever the tear film becomes destabilised...
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What causes Dry Eye?
This feeling of dryness can have a variety of causes. These are often due to negative environmental influences, such as dry heat, computer work, ...
How to keep Healthy Eyes
What can you do yourself to keep your eyes healthy? Useful advice such as drinking enough water, fresh air, resting your eyes, a healthy diet... Read more>>>
Biology of Dry Eye
What is the biology behind dry eye? The most common cause (aetiology) of dry eyes is an abnormality in the function of the lacrymal gland where most of the tear film is produced. Read more>>>
Dry Eye Video
Professor Baudouin MD, PhD, from the National Ophthalmology Hospital XV-XX, Vision Institute of Paris, explains the complexity of the Dry Eye disease.
You can view the video here or on YouTube .
Sodium hyaluronate (also known as hyaluronic acid or hyaluronan) is a natural substance. It is present in the body wherever moisture is stored or lubrication ... Read more>>>
Preservative-free Eye Drops
Preservatives in eye drops should be avoided as they may worsen the patient's condition. This applies particularly to patients who ... Read more>>>
Hypotonic Eye Drops
All products of the VISMED® range have been formulated to be hypotonic in order to counteract the hyperosmolarity of tears in dry eye patients...
VISMED® Eye Drops
TRB Chemedica's eye drops are unique in that all of the products in the VISMED ® range contain not only sodium hyaluronate, but also... Read more>>>
and here is our video on YouTube .
Our patient information leaflet was designed with dry eye sufferers in mind. It offers some general information about dry eye, the tear film, and sodium hyaluronate, and an overview of the VISMED® range. Read more>>>
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