The device comes in two 5-vial reusable blisters, each containing 0,5 ml of solution.
Soak the conjunctival sac with 1-2 drops. Illuminate the ocular surface with cobalt light to show riboflavin adsorbent tissues.
Riboflavin toxicity was not detected. If used excessively, a minimum amount will accumulate in tissues, while the remaining will be briefly expelled. There were no adverse event reports with riboflavin use. Riboflavin can induce urine color change, if taken in large amount: this shouldn’t be considered a problem, since riboflavin does not cause adverse events.
DROPtest shouldn’t be used in cases of proven intolerance or hypersensibility to its components. Newborns treated for hyperbilirubinaemia could be sensitive to a riboflavin excess. DROPtest can be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
DROPtest must be conserved away from direct sunlight, at a temperature not over 30°C