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Pharm chapter 18

Ophthalmic Drugs Chapter 18

Ophthalmic antibiotics include: 1. Garamycin. (aminoglycoside) 2. Vigamox. 3. Ilotycin AKA erythromycin (neonate).
Garamycin -class 1. aminoglycoside 2. ophthalmic antibiotics
Vigamox -class ophthalmic antibiotics
Ilotycin AKA -class erythromycin (neonate) Ophthalmic antibiotics
Glaucoma is caused by an increase in IOP (intra-occular pressure)
If left untreated, glaucoma will eventually lead to permanent blindness.
Ophthalmic medications used to "treat glaucoma" include: 1. Lumigan. 2. Xalatan. 3. Cosopt.
Cosopt -class "treat glaucoma"
Xalatan -class "treat glaucoma"
Lumigan -class "treat glaucoma"
A medication used to cause "pupillary dilation" is atropine
atropine -class 1. pupillary dilation 2. treat severe bradycardia 3. decrease airway secretions
Pupillary dilation is called mydriasis (mydriatic).
An ophthalmic dye and anesthetic is called Fluoracaine.
Created by: Patti Belfi Reed Patti Belfi Reed