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PharmCh 10

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What is the name for drugs that dilate pupils? Mydriatics
What is the name for drugs that paralyze the ciliary muscles? Cycloplegics
Atropine Category: Mydriatics and Cycloplegics Used before and after eye sx Side effect: salivation
What are drugs called that constrict the pupil? Miotics
Pilocarpine Category: Miotic Tx chronic open angle glaucoma and stimulate tear production in KCS patients
Timolol Maleate Beta-adrenergic antagonist Prevents development of bilateral dz in dogs with glaucoma, reduces intraocular pressure
Latanoprost (Xalatan) Prostaglandin Tx glaucoma by increasing the outflow of aqueous humor through the uveal and scleral pathways
Proparacaine Topical anesthetic Anesthethia lasts 5-10minutes
Cyclosporine (Optimmune Ophthalmic Ointment) Management of KCS Stimulates increased tear production
Neomycin Sulfate (Tresaderm) Pyrethrins Corticosteroids Antibacterial, antifungal, antiparasitic, and antiinflammatory
Enrofloxacin + Silver Sulfadiazine (Baytril Otic) Used to tx Pseudomonas
Pyrethrin (Mita-Clear) Tx of ticks and mites in ears
Ivermectin (Acarexx) Tx of ear mites
Milbemycin (Milbemite) Tx of ear mites
Created by: lsondermann