Atropine is an eye-drop which is used to dilate the pupil for extended periods of time. One drop may dilate the pupil for as long as one to two weeks. This eye-drop is infrequently given to calm the eye, and to reduce inflammation, following specific types of glaucoma surgery.
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- Glaucoma Medications Explained
- Treating Glaucoma- Introduction
- Treatment Goals in Glaucoma
- Tiloptic / Timolol / Nyolol / Betagan
- Nyolol Gel / Tiloptic XE
- Betoptic / Betoptic-S
- Trusopt / Azopt
- Xalatan / Glautan / Travatan / Lumigan
- Uramox / Diamox / Neptazane
- Glaucoma Medications Rarely Used Today
- Treatment Options for Dry Eyes
- Pred-Forte / Dexamycin / Sterodex / FML
The information in this website was written in its entirety by Prof. Eytan Blumenthal, and is provided to help glaucoma and cataract patients better understand their condition. This site contains information which is not a medical advice, nor a replacement of a medical consultation.