Instruction for use: MydriacylI want this, give me price
Active substance: Tropicamide
The nosological classification (ICD-10)
H599 * Diagnosis / eye disease diagnostics
Angioscopy iris, Gonioscopy, Diagnosis in Ophthalmology, Differential diagnosis of the type of injection of the eyeball, A study of the fundus, A study of the fundus and lens, Control of the rear segment of the eye state, mydriasis, Examination of the retina during surgery, Examination of the retina after surgery, Definition of manifest refraction, Determination of refraction, Determination of refraction using skiascopy, Ophthalmic diagnostics, funduscopy, pupil dilation, Creation of mydriasis, Creating cycloplegic, Fluorescein angiography of retinal vessels, electroretinography
Structure and Composition
1 ml of a sterile ophthalmic solution contains 0.5% or 1% tropicamide, in bottles of 15 ml with a Drop-Teiner dispenser.
Pharmacological action - mydriatic.
It blocks m-holinoretseptory.
Expands the pupil, causes paralysis of accommodation. The maximum dilatation of the pupil is observed 20-25 min after the instillation begins. Without the use of miotics, the initial width of the pupil is restored after 5-6 hours.
Creation of mydriasis and cycloplegia (in diagnostics in ophthalmology).
Closed-angle form of glaucoma.
Transient burning sensation.
Dosing and Administration
A 0.5% solution is used in cases where only mydriasis is needed. To achieve cycloplegia, a 1% solution is needed. To study refraction of 1 or 2 drops of 1% solution, then instillation is repeated after 5 minutes. To prolong the effect, one more drop can be added. For the examination of the fundus 1-2 drops of 0.5% solution are enough for 15-20 minutes before the examination.
Apply with caution at increased or unmeasured intraocular pressure or in patients with a shallow anterior chamber.
At a temperature of 8-30 ° C. Keep bottle tightly closed.
Keep out of the reach of children.
Do not use after the expiry date printed on the package.