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Ophthalmic glaucoma agents

What are Ophthalmic glaucoma agents?

Ophthalmic glaucoma agents are used to reduce eye pressure in glaucoma. Glaucoma refers to a group of eye conditions that lead to damage to the optic nerve,which in most cases, is due to increased pressure in the eye. More than one type of eye drop may be used at a time, and regular use is very important.

List of Ophthalmic glaucoma agents:

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Drug Name Reviews Avg. Ratings
latanoprostene bunod ophthalmic (Pro)
2 reviews
   
9.7
travoprost ophthalmic (Pro)
8 reviews
   
8.2
apraclonidine ophthalmic (Pro)
0 reviews
   
8.0
dorzolamide ophthalmic (Pro)
6 reviews
   
7.7
tafluprost ophthalmic (Pro)
8 reviews
   
7.2
brimonidine / timolol ophthalmic (Pro)
12 reviews
   
6.9
timolol ophthalmic (Pro)
7 reviews
   
6.8
bimatoprost ophthalmic (Pro)
14 reviews
   
6.2
brimonidine / brinzolamide ophthalmic (Pro)
12 reviews
   
6.1
latanoprost ophthalmic (Pro)
25 reviews
   
6.0
dorzolamide / timolol ophthalmic (Pro)
7 reviews
   
5.4
brimonidine ophthalmic (Pro)
15 reviews
   
4.5
brinzolamide ophthalmic (Pro)
2 reviews
   
4.0
netarsudil ophthalmic (Pro)
8 reviews
   
3.7
acetylcholine ophthalmic (Pro)
0 reviewsAdd rating
betaxolol ophthalmic (Pro)
0 reviewsAdd rating
carbachol ophthalmic (Pro)
0 reviewsAdd rating
carteolol ophthalmic (Pro)
0 reviewsAdd rating
dipivefrin ophthalmic (Pro)
0 reviewsAdd rating
echothiophate iodide ophthalmic (Pro)
0 reviewsAdd rating
epinephrine ophthalmic
0 reviewsAdd rating
levobunolol ophthalmic (Pro)
0 reviewsAdd rating
metipranolol ophthalmic (Pro)
0 reviewsAdd rating
physostigmine ophthalmic
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pilocarpine ophthalmic (Pro)
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unoprostone ophthalmic (Pro)
0 reviewsAdd rating

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