What is Tropicamide
When to interrupt dosageThe quantity of Tropicamide is contingent upon the diagnosed affliction, including diagnostic tests, induction of Cycloplegia and Cycloplegia. The portion furthermore fluctuates as per the means of delivery (e.g. Solution or Solution - Ophthalmic) provided in the table below.
WarningsTropicamide has one contraindication and should not be utilized when dealing with the circumstances listed in the table below.Tropicamide Contraindications
Tropicamide Novel Uses: Which Conditions Have a Clinical Trial Featuring Tropicamide?A single study is being conducted to assess the potential of Tropicamide to induce partial cycloplegia, Ocular Anesthesia and Pupillary dilation for the treatment of certain conditions.
Tropicamide Reviews: What are patients saying about Tropicamide?
Patient Q&A Section about tropicamideThese questions and answers are submitted by anonymous patients, and have not been verified by our internal team.
How does tropicamide work in the eye?
"Tropicamide is a non-selective muscarinic antagonist that prevents the pupil from constricting by binding to muscarinic receptors, as well as prevents the eye from focusing by blocking the muscarinic receptors of the ciliary body."
Is tropicamide eye drops safe?
"Tropicamide ophthalmic may cause blurred vision or make your eyes very sensitive to light. Be careful if driving or doing anything that requires clear vision. This effect may last up to 24 hours. Protect eyes from bright light while pupils are dilated."
What type of drug is tropicamide?
"Tropicamide is a medication that is used to widen the pupil in preparation for certain eye examinations. It is an anticholinergic that works by relaxing the eye muscles."
What is tropicamide used for?
"Tropicamide is used in order to increase the size of the pupil so that the doctor can clearly see the back of the eye. It is commonly used before examinations such as cycloplegic refraction and examination of the fundus of the eye. In some cases, tropicamide may also be used before and after eye surgery."