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Cyclo spray vs. drops

The purpose of this study was to investigate whether cyclo spray is better tolerated than cyclo drops and to assess the adequacy of cycloplegia achieved by spray for objective refraction. Cyclo drops were given to 72 children and cyclo spray...

Anaesthetic drops abuse

A 67-year-old retired female nurse presented with persistent, bilateral, non-healing (>6 weeks) corneal ulcers and stromal ring infiltrates (Figures 1 and 2). The epithelial defects were the result of chemical burns caused by her contact lenses which had been stored...

Glaucoma UK launches new step-by-step guide to help patients with eye drops

Glaucoma UK, the leading charity in the country for people living with glaucoma, has launched a new easy read guide to help patients put in their eye drops.

PI drops and respiratory change during surgery

Five percent povidone-iodine (PI) topical application to the eye has been observed to cause apnoea under general anaesthetic (GAS). The authors designed a randomised single-blinded controlled trial to evaluate changes in respiration caused by PI eye drops. They recruited 100...

Review of efficacy and safety of tetracaine drops in strabismus surgery

Tetracaine is a topical anaesthetic drug used to anesthetise the eye and surrounding areas during strabismus surgery. It is generally safe and well tolerated but can cause mild adverse reactions at the site of use and, in rare cases, serious...

Make eye drops part of your Ramadan routine: wake, drops, eat, pray, done!

During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims fast during daylight hours, abstaining from food and drink between dawn and sunset each day. Ramadan 2020 starts on 23 April and ends around 23 May, depending on the first appearance of the...

Effects of market competition on the price of topical eye drops in the US

The authors retrospectively examined the relationship between the number of Federal Drug Administration (FDA)-approved manufacturers and the price change of generic and branded topical eye medications based on the formulations listed in the FDA Orange Book and the National Average...

Clinitas® Eye Drops

Clinitas® has been trusted by healthcare professionals and patients since 2007 A simple yet flexible range of products for all stages of DED treatment Clinitas® offers cost-efficient, sustainable treatment Available in 0.2% carbomer gel and 0.2% and 0.4% sodium hyaluronate...

Cyanoacrylate nail glue accidentally instilled into the eye instead of eye drops

Three hundred thousand cataract operations take place each year in the UK alone and each patient will receive a four week course of drops in order to cover them for any postoperative inflammation or infection. Accidental instillation of cyanoacrylate glue...

EEG changes following use of cyclopentolate 1% eye drops

Cycloplegic eye drops may affect the central nervous system. This study reports electroencephalogram (EEG) changes in a cohort of 6–15-year-old children. EEG recordings were taken after placebo and two doses of cyclopentolate 1% in 24 awake children (36 children had...

How long to wait to refract after instilling cyclo drops for children with brown irides?

This study aimed to assess the time needed for effective cycloplegia after instillation of 1% cyclopentolate drops in children with brown irides. The study recruited 161 consecutive patients aged three to 16 years. All had refraction on arrival, then instillation...

Silicone hydrogel contact lenses versus autologous serum drops for dry eyes in Sjörgen syndrome

A total of 37 patients with Sjörgen syndrome (SS) related dry eyes reporting symptoms on standard therapy with artificial tears and anti-inflammatory drops were evaluated in this trial. They were randomly assigned to additional treatment with either balafilcon A silicone...