Can you use these ofloxacin ophthalmic eye drops if its 2 years past the expiration date?
It is not advisable to use ofloxacin ophthalmic eye drops if they are 2 years past the expiration date. This can cause problems with vision and may not be effective at resolving the eye condition.
Answer #1: About 6 years ago (I started a family and stopped working), I was ophthalmic technician and worked in the field for 10 years and when I quit work, I was making about $44K in Southern California. Answer #2: That is correct. If you want to know the exact answer or closer than the first answer, here it is. My aunt is an Ophthalmic Technician and her average salary is about $38,900. Of course…
For Neutrogena products, the lot number is the key to the age of the product. The lot number will indicate the date it was manufactured, and adding three years to that date will tell the expiration date. Products that have a proven shelf life of at least three years are not required to have expiration dates on them.
It depends on which career mode you are referring to. In other words, an Ophthalmologists is a medical doctor which means eight years of schooling post high school completion. Then there are Ophthalmic laboratory technicians, Ophthalmic medical assistants, and Ophthalmologic sonographers, each with their own educational requirements from diploma programs, to associate degrees, to bachelors degrees.
It is based off of the open date on the card.. Some companies use 4 years from the open date and same month.. eg: opened card 7/10... expiration date will be 7/14 .. some use 5 years same month.. and others will adjust the month usually by adding 2 months to every 4 years .. eg: opened car 01/10 .. expiration will be 3/14