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VISMED® single dose vials, VISMED® MULTI, VISMED® GEL and VISMED® GEL MULTI are available on NHS prescription. Please ask your GP. You can print off this leaflet and take it to your GP for discussion and consideration.
VISMED® Single Dose, VISMED® MULTI (both old and new versions), VISMED® GEL and VISMED® GEL MULTI are preservative free. Our "Preservative-free Eye Drops" page has more information.
Both the new 'Just squeeze' bottle and the older version of VISMED® MULTI, as well as the recently launched VISMED® GEL MULTI, will remain sterile for up to 3 months after first use.
VISMED® eye drops are suitable for all types of contact lenses, both hard and soft.
Please refer to the Vismed Multi product page.
The difference is the concentration of sodium hyaluronate. VISMED® contains 0.18%, VISMED® GEL has a higher concentration of 0.3% for a longer lasting effect.
We have recently received a number of enquiries from VISMED® and VISMED® GEL users asking if the volume of solution in the single use eye drop minims has been reduced. We can assure all our customers that, while the shape of the minim has been marginally changed to improve content flow, the amount of solution in each individual minim remains exactly the same- 0.45ml for VISMED® GEL and 0.3ml for VISMED®.
There is no difference in the concentration of sodium hyaluronate, both products contain 0.18%.
VISMED® patented formulations contain sufficient sodium citrate as chelator to maintain the calcium ions in solution, thus preventing the precipitation of calcium phosphate and retention in the cornea.
The electrolytes in VISMED® are similar to those in natural tears and support the nourishment of the cornea.
"Sjögren's Syndrome" is a recognised chronic autoimmune disease. "Autoimmune" means that the body's immune system attacks tissues and substances normally present in the body. In "Sjögren's Syndrome" the white blood cells attack those glands in the body which produce moisture, including tear glands. The result is an inability to produce tears in the eyes, thus resulting in painful dry and itchy eyes. For further information and support please visit the website of the British Sjögren's Syndrome Association.