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Chapter 25

What is the generic name for Tobrex? Tobramycin
What is the generic name for Viroptic? Trifluride
What is the generic name for Vira-A? Vidarabine
We use Erythromycin for.. Eye Ointment
What are the three generic names for Maxitrol? Polymixin B Sulfate, Neomycin, and Bactracin Zinc Ointment.
Polytrim generic names are.... Polymixin B Sulfate and Trimethoprim.
The generic name for Ciloxan is... Ciprofloxacin
Generic name for Ocuflox is... Ofloxacin
*Pseudomonas is caused by stains of bacteria found widely in the environment.* *Most common infections in humans are called Pseudomonas Aeruginosa*
Patanol and Pataday? Which brand name will the insurances cover? They are not alike! Pataday
What is 'Mast Cell Stabilizers'? They help prevent the release of histamine and other chemicals made by your body during an allergic reaction.
Brand name of Crolom? Cromolyn Sodium
Acular? Ketorolac Anti-flammatory eye drop
FML? Fluorometholone
Pred Forte Prednisiolone Acetate
Ophthalmic Antihistamines and Decongestant are.... Eye drops or gels; into or around the eye.
Decongestants relieves what? Congestion by narrowing(vasoconstriction) blood vessels *Reduces mucus formation and redness*
What are the 4 brand names that are MOST found OTC? Naphcon, Visine, Naphcon- A (Hasan Antihistamine and decongestant), and Zaditor(same as above)
What is Glaucoma? Increased pressure within the eyeball, causing gradual loss of sight.
Lumigan Bimatoprost
Alphagan - P Brimonodine
Azopt Brinzolamide
Trusopt Dorzolamide
What should you always keep in a refrigerator? Xalantan/ Latanoprost
Betagan Levobunolol
Isopto Carpine Pilocarpine
Timoptic Timolol Maleate
Travatan Travoprost
What are cataracts? What are their most common cause? Clouding of the eye€™s natural lens; lies behind the iris and pupil. Cataracts most common cause are vision loss(people over 40 years) and cause of blindness in the world.
Voltaren Diclofenac 1% sodium
Decadron Dexamethasone
Voltaren (Ears) Diclofenac
Acular(Ears) Ketoprofen
Pred Forte(Ears) Prednisolone
FML-S Fluorometholone /Sulfacetamide Sodium
Pred-G Gentamicin/ Prednisolone Acetate
Zylet Ioteprednol Etabonate/ Tobramycin
Debrox (Most Common) Carbamide Peroxide
Hearing loss results from what?? Damage to the tiny hair cells in our inner ears.
Quinine Quinine Sulfate
Otitis Media? Painful ear infection; occurs behind the eardrum called the middle ear becomes inflamed and infected.
Amoxil Amoxicillin
Ciprodex(Ear Drops) Ciprofloxacin/Dexamethasone
Cipro HC(Ear Drops) Ciprofloxin/ Hydrocortisone
Bactrim(Oral Medicine) Trimethoprim/ Sulfamethoxazole
Augmentin (Oral Medicine) Amoxicillin Clavulanate Potassium
Biaxin(Oral Medicine) Clarithromycin
Cedax(Oral Medicine)
Ceftin(Oral Medicine) Cefuroxime Axetil
Lorabid(Oral Medicine)
Vantin(Oral Medicine) Cefpodoxime Proxetil
Zithromax(Oral Medicine) Azithromycin
Cleocin(Oral Medicine) Clindamycin
Rocephin(Injection) Ceftriaxone Sodium
Gentamicin is used to treat Ulcers. Blepharitis (inflammation of the eye lid.)
Conjunctivitis are EXTREMELY CONTAGIOUS!!!! Same name for 'Pink Eye'
These antibiotics are used to treat... Swelling(inflammation) of the eyes, treats or prevent bacterial eye infections.
Neomycin and Polymycin are.... Antibiotics that works by stopping the growth of bacteria.
Dexamethasone is.... An anti-inflammatory corticosteroid that works by reducing swelling.
which is the MOST expensive? Zaditor
Ocuflox? Keep out pools and environments that are NOT maintained or clean.
What is the generic name for Bleph-10? Sulfacetamide Sodium
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