Ophthalmic anesthetics

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Ophthalmic anesthetics are agents that act locally to block pain signals at the nerve endings in the eyes. They are available as eye drops, ointments and gels. These local anesthetics are used to numb the eyes before surgery or for certain tests and procedures.

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Medical conditions associated with ophthalmic anesthetics:

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