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Ophthalmic diagnostic agents

What are Ophthalmic diagnostic agents?

Ophthalmic diagnostic agents are given intravenously to perform diagnostic fluorescein angiography or angioscopy of the retina and iris vasculature. A few preparations also contain a local anesthetic to reduce pain in the nerves of the eyes.

List of Ophthalmic diagnostic agents:

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Drug Name Avg. Rating Reviews
VisionBlue (Pro)
Generic name: trypan blue
No reviews
TissueBlue (Pro)
Generic name: brilliant blue g
No reviews
Spy Agent Green
Generic name: indocyanine green
No reviews
MembraneBlue (Pro)
Generic name: trypan blue
No reviews
IC-Green
Generic name: indocyanine green
No reviews
GloStrips
Generic name: fluorescein
No reviews
Ful-Glo
Generic name: fluorescein
No reviews
Flurox
Generic name: benoxinate/fluorescein
No reviews
Fluorescite
Generic name: fluorescein
No reviews
Flucaine
Generic name: fluorescein/proparacaine
No reviews
BioGlo
Generic name: fluorescein
No reviews
Angioscein
Generic name: fluorescein
No reviews
Altafluor
Generic name: benoxinate/fluorescein
No reviews
AK-Fluor (Pro)
Generic name: fluorescein
No reviews
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Medical conditions associated with ophthalmic diagnostic agents:

Further information

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