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Indications

Iobrim is a medical product that can lower the pressure inside the patient's eye, thus, helping patients who are suffering from a quite common medical condition that is generally called open-angle glaucoma. A treatment with Iobrim manages to effectively reduce the inside eye pressure by reducing the production of the liquid that is naturally found in the eyeball and by promoting extra drainage of the same liquid. Benzalkonium chloride (a preservative) is not found among Iobrim's ingredients.
Iobrim is a medicine that is generally indicated by most health care professionals in the case of patients who are suffering from high pressure inside their eyes (ocular hypertension) or from open angle glaucoma. Do not hesitate to ask your personal physician for further information regarding this particular medicine or how your treatment with Iobrim will help improve your medical condition.

Contraindications

Various tests have shown that a prolonged treatment with Iobrim could slightly affect the patient's initial blood pressure levels. This is why a patients who is known to have a severe medical condition that affects his or her heart, should discuss with their health care specialist the risks and the benefits that he will be granted by a treatment with Iobrim. They will have to employ extra caution during their treatment with Iobrim.
Although various tests have been performed, none have been able to clearly show whether Iobrim's ingredients can be excreted in the female patient's breast milk. However, animal studies have shown that one of Iobrim's main components (commonly known as brimonidine tartrate) is sometimes found in the female patient's breast milk. A female patient who is nursing her infant ought to discuss with her personal physician before deciding whether she will start using Iobrim or not. Female patients who want to start using Iobrim ought to use a contraceptive method during their therapy, as the effects that Iobrim has on a growing fetus have not been clearly studied / determined.
Iobrim is known to sometimes trigger side effects such as drowsiness and / or fatigue. This is why we recommend all patients who are taking Iobrim on a regular schedule ought to avoid engaging themselves in any potentially dangerous activities (those activities that require intense mental, physical activity / awareness and that could result in severe accidents).
Patients who have known hypersensitivity to any of Iobrim's main ingredients, but especially to brimonidine tartrate should not be allowed to start using Iobrim, as this could trigger several severe and unwanted complications. Furthermore, patients who have low blood pressure, circulation disorders or are suffering from acute depression must not be allowed to use Iobrim. Iobrim is contraindicated in the case of both male and female patients who have kidney or liver medical disorders, as studies have not been concluding enough regarding the effects that a therapy with Iobrim could have on these disease.
It is known that your therapy with Iobrim will probably become less effective in time. This is why you should visit your personal health care specialist at regular time intervals in order to undergo an eye pressure medical exam. Children under 2 years of age must not be given Iobrim, as we have no information regarding the possible side effects that a treatment with Iobrim could trigger in the case of such young infants.

Intake Guidelines

Iobrim (Iobrim) is easily administered with the help of an eyedropper. Patients who use other ointments or eye drops should allow a time interval of at least 5 minutes to pass between applying the dose of another medical product. Ask your pharmacist to give you a set of detailed storage instructions.

Dosage

Most patients usually use 1 drop of Iobrim (Iobrim) that ought to be applied in the affected eye(s) approximately 3 times ever day (if possible, the doses ought to be given 8 hours apart from each other). However, your dose of Iobrim (Iobrim) might be changed during your therapy with Iobrim by your personal doctor. Follow your physician's instructions regarding the proper dose of Iobrim that you should use regularly and regarding your dosing schedule.

Overdose

We have no detailed information regarding patients who have experienced an overdose with Alphagan. However, each patient who is using Iobrim ought to be aware of the face that any medical product that is indicated in excess could cause a set of serious, potentially life threatening consequences. If a patient thinks that he or she is suffering from overdose with Iobrim they should seek medical care.

Missed Dose

If by any circumstances you miss using Iobrim, we strongly advise you to take a dose of Iobrim as soon as you have access to your medication. If you forget taking the drug for more than 5 hours, there is no use in further complications, as you will have to skip the dose of Iobrim that you have missed and then go on with your normal schedule.

Side Effects

A treatment with Iobrim is known to commonly trigger: abnormal vision, blurred vision, allergic reaction, burning and stinging, drowsiness, dizziness, dry eyes, eye pain or eye irritation, dry mouth, headache, fatigue, swollen and / or inflamed eyelids, itchy eyes, staining of the cornea, muscle pain, swollen or red eyes, stomach problems, sensitivity to light, tearing, watery eyes, upper respiratory symptoms, weakness

Interactions

If Iobrim happens to be combined with some other types of medical products or even some types of foods, it could trigger various severe side effects, as well as decreased, altered or even increased effects of either one of the two medicines. Ask your personal physician to give you a list of potential drug interactions.

Other Brand Names

In some countries Iobrim may also be known as:
- Agglad Ofteno;
- Agglad;
- Brimo-Klonal;
- Brimonidine;
- Brimopress;
- Enidin;
- Iobrim;
- Oftalmotonil;

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