Drugs Used in Ophthalmology

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Common Drugs Used In Ophthalmology
Name of drug
Subconjunctival dexamethasone
injection
amikacin
Sub tenon inj- hydrocortisone
Intra vitreal inj- vancomycin
Lignocain
Plain
With adrenalin
Hyaluronic acid
Trypan blue
Carbachol
Epitrate
Atropine
Neostigmine
Povidone
Hand wash
iodine
Surgical wash
Cidex (glutaraldehyde)
Topifrine
Tropicamide
Phenylephrine
Carecain (proparacaine hydrochloride)
Atropine & cyclopentolate
Ciprofloxacin, ofloxacin, tobramycin
Moxifloxacin
Levofloxacin (preservative free)
Azithromycin
Natamycin
Antibiotic + prednisolon
Antibiotic + dexamethasone
Flurbiprofen

Concentration used
(1% w/v = 10 mg/ml)
4 mg/ml
500 mg/vial
40 mg/ml
500 mg
2%
2% with adr 1 in 80,000
1500 IU
0.8 mg/ml
0.01%
1: 1000
0.6 mg/ml
0.5 mg/ample
7.5%
5%
2.45% sharp inst sterilizatn
0.8%
5%
0.5% (5 mg/ml)
1% (10 mg/ml)
0.3% (3 mg/ml)
0.5% (5 mg/ml)
1.5% (15 mg/ml)
1%
5%
Prednisolon= 1%
Dexamethasone= 0.1%
0.03%

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Volume of
vial/ample
2 ml
2 ml
1 ml
Powder form
30 ml
30 ml
Powder
1 ml
1 ml
1 ml
2 ml

5 ml
5 ml
3 ml
5 ml
5 ml

5 ml

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