Tropicacyl Eye Drops (Tropicamide 1%)

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Tropicacyl Eye Drops are used to dilate the pupil in order to diagnose and treat various eye diseases. They are frequently employed by ophthalmology practices in order to facilitate examinations and procedures. Buy Tropicamide Eye Drops online Now!

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Active ingredient

Strength

1%

Dosage Form

Eye Drops

Indication

Eye examination, Uveitis

Manufacturer

Sunways India

Packaging

5 ml in 1 Bottle

Description

Tropicamide eye drops are an anticholinergic medication widely prescribed to ophthalmic patients. They work by temporarily relaxing eye muscles, causing pupils to dilate. This allows eye care professionals to visualize the structures of the eye during examinations or procedures.

What Are Tropicamide Eye Drops:

Tropicacyl Eye Drops eye drops contain the active ingredient tropicamide, a synthetic anticholinergic compound. They are intended for topical administration and come in various concentrations ranging from 0.5% to 1% for topical administration.

How Does Tropicamide Eye Drop Work:

Tropicamide 1 eye drops work by blocking the effects of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter responsible for controlling pupil size and focusing the lens of your eye. By blocking its effects, Tropicacyl Eye Drops causes muscles controlling pupil size (iris sphincter muscle) to relax, resulting in pupil dilation.

How to Take Tropicamide 1 Eye Drops:

For optimal results when administering Tropikad eye drops, wash your hands thoroughly prior to handling them. Tilt your head back and pull down on the lower eyelid to create a small pocket; hold a dropper above each eye and squeeze out the required number of drops into it; close your eyes briefly so medication may spread evenly while keeping its tip untouched for prevention of contamination; wait five minutes between applying other eye drops and Tropikad ones before administering eye drops.

Tropicacyl Eye Drops may cause adverse side effects:

Common side effects of tropicamide 1 eye drops may include temporary stinging or burning sensation, blurred vision, increased light sensitivity or mild irritation at the application site. Although most side effects are mild and transient, if symptoms persist or worsen, seek medical advice immediately.

FAQs:

What Are Eye Drops Used For? 

Tropicacyl Eye Drops are used primarily for diagnostic purposes in eye exams such as refraction tests, fundoscopy, and retinal evaluation. They may also be prescribed therapeutically to manage certain eye conditions like iritis or uveitis.

What Are the Disadvantages of Tropicamide?

As with most medications, eye drops should generally be safe and effective when used according to directions, though they may temporarily cause vision disturbances like blurriness or light sensitivity. Furthermore, some individuals may experience allergic reactions or adverse effects like increased intraocular pressure, especially if they already have certain pre-existing eye conditions.

When should Tropicamide not be Used?

Tropicamide 1 eye drops should not be used by individuals who have demonstrated hypersensitivity or allergies to any of its ingredients, including Tropicacyl Eye Drops. They should also be used with caution in those suffering from narrow-angle glaucoma or who have had experience with angle-closure glaucoma since Tropicacyl Eye Drops can worsen these conditions.

How Long Will Tropicamide Eye Drops Last?

Tropicam eye drops typically last 4 to 6 hours before their pupil becomes dilated; however, this time may differ depending on a variety of factors including individual response to medication, concentration of Tropicacyl Eye Drops used and ambient lighting conditions.

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