This is a particularly important section which I encourage you to read, particularly if you place glaucoma eye-drops regularly.

In the following links- you will find, in simple text, information on each and every eye-drop used for glaucoma.  For each class of eye-drops, the mechanism of action, a list of the important side-effects as well as additional information is included.

I strongly encourage you to also read one particular page, discussing how to best instill eye-drops, and answers many questions I’m sure you have about how to best use your eye-drops: 10 important tips for proper instillation of eye-drops

Medications used to lower intra-ocular pressure:

Other medications:

Glaucoma & Cataract:
www.glaucoma.org.il

Surgery

Diagnosis

This website was written by Prof. Eytan Blumenthal, to better understand glaucoma & cataract. This information should not replace medical consultation.

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