I understand that 1 ml of water contains 20 drops, and that substances of higher viscosity than water have fewer drops per 1 ml. I suspect that 1 ml of Alphagan P 0.15% has less than 20 drops.
- Alphagan P Information for Consumers
- Alphagan P Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Alphagan P (detailed)
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a tightness around the treated eye and also, the treated eye appears smaller than the untreated eye.
1 answer • 3 Jan 2010
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1 answer • 10 Jan 2013
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