Calodin Eye Drop is a combination of Potassium iodide, Sodium chloride and Calcium chloride.
Benefits of key ingredients:
Potassium reduces corneal edema by supporting glycolysis and phosphorylation metabolic activity. Hence potassium iodide prevents corneal damage from secondary edema.
Iodides aid in the resorption of various pathological deposits hence useful for vitreous haemorrhages.
Sodium chloride is used to reduce swelling of the surface of the eye (cornea) in certain eye conditions. Decreasing swelling of the cornea may lessen eye discomfort or irritation caused by the swelling. It works by drawing fluid out of the cornea to reduce swelling.
Calodin Eye drops are useful in treating corneal edema and vitreous haemorrhage (leakage, of blood into the areas in and around the vitreous humor of the eye).