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Description of the medicine: Quinax (Quinax)

Quinax (Quinax).

Sodium salt of a polysulfonate of a nitrogen-containing pentacyclic structure.

Synonym: Azapentacene, Azapentacene.

Crystal powder of red (purple) color. Easily soluble in water, forming a dark red solution.

Used for cataracts (senile, traumatic, congenital).

It is believed that the drug, like catalin (see), inhibits the formation of quinoid compounds and their effect on the proteins contained in the lens (according to the "quinoid" hypothesis of cataract pathogenesis). In addition, quinax prevents the oxidation of sulfhydryl groups of the lens proteins, promotes the resorption of opaque complexes; increases the activity of proteolytic enzymes in the aqueous humor of the anterior chamber of the eye.

Assign in the form of eye drops (2 drops in a conjunctival sac 3-5 times a day). Apply for a long time (without stopping in case of improvement of vision).

May cause allergic reactions (itching and burning in the eyelids).

Release form: 0.15% solution in dropper bottles of 5, 15 and 35 ml.

Storage: in a protected cool place.