The Only Pharmacologically Active Ocular Lubricant

HYLA Eye Drops (0.1% Sodium Hyaluronate with Stabilized Oxychloro Complex)

A new therapy for Dry Eyes that rehydrates, rejuvenates and re-epithelializes. HYLA™ contains an ultra-purified form of the naturally occuring ocular lubricant Sodium Hyaluronate whose ideal material properties provides a longer-lasting lubrication to the eye surface.

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Evidence of Corneal Re-epithelialization & Corneal Repair

Sodium hyaluronate (hyaluronic acid) promotes migration of human corneal epithelial cells

A new eye gel containing sodium hyaluronate and xanthan gum for the management of post-traumatic corneal abrasions

Corneal re-epithelialization time with instillation of eye drops containing sodium hyaluronate and carboxymethylcellulose

Evidence of use in Dry Eye Syndrome

Long term treatment with sodium hyaluronate-containing artificial tears reduces ocular surface damage in patients with dry eye

Double blind, randomised, placebo controlled,crossover, multicentre study to determine the efficacy of a 0.1% (w/v) sodium hyaluronate solution in the treatment of dry eye syndrome

Effect of sodium hyaluronate (0.1 %) on break-up time (NIBUT) in patients with dry eyes

Performance profile of sodium hyaluronate in patients with lipid tear deficiency: randomised, double-blind, controlled, exploratory study

Precorneal Residence Times of Sodium Hyaluronate Solutions Studied by Quantitative Gamma Scintigraphy

A comparative study of 0.15% sodium hyaluronate versus polyvinyl alcohol in the treatment of dry eyes

Safety & Tolerance

Final Report of the Safety Assessment of Hyaluronic Acid, Potassium Hyaluronate and Sodium Hyaluronate

 

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