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Isopto causes constriction of the pupils (miosis) and reduces pressure within the eye.
Isopto is classified as an antiparasympathetic (parasympatholytic) or anticholinergic medicine.
Isopto is indicated to treat the increased pressure of open-angle glaucoma and to lower eye pressure before surgery for acute
Isopto is indicated for the treatment of poisoning by susceptible organophosphorous nerve agents having cholinesterase
activity as well as organophosphorous or carbamate insecticides.
The usual dose is 1-2 drops up to 6 times a day, depending on the severity of the glaucoma and your response.
Symptoms of overdose may include:
- Circulatory collapse and death;
- Dry mucous membranes;
- Fever and cutaneous flush;
- Mental and neurological symptoms;
- Respiratory depression;
- Widely dilated and nonresponsive pupils;
- Widespread paralysis of parasympathetically innervated organs;
Side effects may include:
- A burning sensation in the eyes;
- A rise in body temperature;
- Anomalous heartbeat;
- Cloudy vision;
- Complications with urination;
- Dehydrated or sensitive skin;
- Detached retina;
- Dryness in the mouth;
- Eyesight complications blurring;
- Headache over your eye;
- Irritation of the eyes;
- Pain in the eyes;
- Reduced vision in poor light;
- Spasms of the eyelids;
- Tearing eyes;
- Xao Pil;
- Troyl tropate;
- Tropine tropate;
- PV Carpine;
- Pilorcarpin Puroptal;
- Pilopine HS;
- Minims Atropine;
- Isopto Carpine;
- Isopto Carpina;
- Isopto Atropine;
- Glaucocarpine Liocarpina;
- DL-Tropyl tropate;
- Atropine Sulfate;
- Atropine Sulfate SOP;
- Atropine Sulfate Ansyr Plastic Syringe;
- Atropine Care;
- Atropina [Italian];
- Atropin [German];
Isopto is contraindicated if you have an eye condition in which your pupils should not be constricted.
Isopto is contraindicated if you are sensitive to or have ever had an allergic reaction to any of the components of Isopto.