Murine Sore Eyes Eye Drops

Murine Sore Eyes Eye Drops is a brand of medicine containing the active ingredient tetrahydrozoline hydrochloride.

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If you have any questions about Murine Sore Eyes Eye Drops, or any medicine, phone our pharmacists at NPS Medicines Line on 1300 633 424 for the cost of a local call (from landlines, mobiles may cost more). You can ring Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm, Eastern Standard Time.

NPS does not currently have a Consumer Medicine Information (CMI) leaflet for this brand of medicine.

CMIs are written by the manufacturer. They explain how the medicine works, as well as giving practical advice on how and when to take it, side effects and potential interactions with other medicines. Find out more about Consumer Medicine Information (CMI) leaflets.

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