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Trade Marked and patented chemical nameEdit

I have added the italics line to the top of the page, because I came to this page looking for information about "Oxyd" the chemical that appears in Optrix eye drops.

Under ingredients it says: Sodium Hyaluronate 0.15%, Purified Water, Oxyd (TM) 0.06%. Oxyd (TM) patented.

A search on google scholar throws up this: http://www.optometry.myzen.co.uk/articles/docs/C-5848%20%20Article.pdf

Which says (page 3, table, under Oxyal:

  ... Oxyd, which turns into oxygen, sodium chloride and water when in contact with the eye

This has a citation mark for that statement but the link to the citations is broken.

Anyway, I think this deserves a stub page and disambiguation etc. Hopefully someone more in the know might then add to this. If someone who know how to do this could do so that would be great.

Thanks 81.98.248.70 (talk) 10:29, 29 October 2011 (UTC)

Country of ProductionEdit

I delete "Swiss made", because the programmer and his company are from Germany; I don't even find a swiss publisher. --CHF (talk) 19:43, 20 May 2013 (UTC)

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