Adenovit Eye Drops

Adenovit is a sterile eye drops containing Adenosine, Nicotinamide, Cytochrome C and Sodium Succinate. Cytochrome C helps in the oxidative phosphorylation for synthesizing ATP from ADP. Sodium Succinate (intermediate substance) promotes the production of ATP. Adenosine plays essential role in producing energy required for the vital function of the lens. Nicotinamide is involved in the process of creating ATP.


This eye drops is used for the treatment of lens opacification.


Trade Name Adenovit
Generic Sodium Succinate + Cytochrome C + Adenosine + Nicotinamide
Type Eye Drops
Therapeutic Class Drugs for lens opacification
Manufacturer Drug International Ltd
Available Country Bangladesh
Last Updated: June 23, 2021 at 11:25 am


Adenovit dosage

One drop into the affected eye twice daily.

Side Effects

Adenovit may cause more or less discomfort in some patients like any other drug. If any discomfort occurs, it is recommended to consult doctor.


Only for topical ophthalmic use. Do not inject or swallow. In case of concomitant treatment with another ophthalmic solution, wait 15 minutes between each instillation.


To avoid interaction with other drugs, it is recommended to inform your doctor of any concomitant treatment particularly with other eye drops.

Pregnancy & Breastfeeding use

In pregnancy and lactation, it is recommended to take advice from doctor before using Adenovit eye drops.


This eye drops is contraindicated in patients with known hypersensitivity to any ingredient of the product.

Acute Overdose

Generally it does not cause any toxicity even after accidental ingestion of the medicine due to low quantity of ingredients.

Interaction with other Medicine

No specific drug interaction has been demonstrated.

Storage Condition

Store in a cool, dry place & protected from light

Keep out of reach of children

Do not use more than 4 weeks after opening