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Indications

Many of the world's top-class medical specialists already are familiar with Propine, as a therapy with Propine has proved to be a viable option in the case of patients who need to effectively reduce the amount of liquid (fluid) from their eye(s). A prophylaxis with Propine is able to achieve its purpose by reducing the organism's production of fluids that fill up inside the patient's eye. Furthermore, studies have shown that a therapy with Propine can also increase the amount of liquid (fluid) that is allowed to drain from the eye(s).
Most sufferers of open angle glaucoma have stated that their therapy with Propine was a benefic one, as their medical condition has improved and its symptoms were kept under control. However, this does not mean that a prophylaxis with Propine cannot serve any other medical purposes. It you need to know further details regarding the uses of Propine, we advise you to seek professional help.

Contraindications

It is very important not to allow the medication's dropper to touch any sort of surface (this includes the patient's hands and / or eyes), as this might contaminate the dropper. Although the dropper is initially sterile, once it has been contaminated, it could easily make the patient develop an unpleasant eye infection.
Clinical studies have shown that a prophylaxis with Propine is not a viable or a recommended option in the case of patients who have shallow- or narrow- angle glaucoma. Furthermore, it has been proved that the following medical issues contra-indicate a therapy with Propine:
- Are currently taking medicines to treat a medical heart condition;
- Asthma;
- Diabetes;
- Have had a heart attack;
- Low or high blood pressure;
- Thyroid problems;

It has been shown that an organism that is affected with at least one of these medical issues will not respond well to a therapy with Propine. This is why such patients usually have to seek the help of other alternative treatment methods (medications). However, if a treatment with Propine is vital for the patient's well being (health), an exception can be made: the patient could be allowed to receive smaller doses of Propine under the strict medical supervision of a doctor.

Intake Guidelines

The only way to ensure that you will have a happy and safe experience with your Propine prophylaxis is to follow the exact set of specific instructions that your personal physician has given yon. Any deviations from his or her advices could have severe effects, as you will probably be more prone to developing Propine's reactions. Further information regarding proper storage of Propine and the appropriate way in which you may dispose of it should be acquired from one of your local pharmacies.
Do not stop your prophylaxis with Propine without your physician's approval. In case you start to suspect that Propine is not effective enough for your medical condition, we recommend you to call your physician and set up an emergency appointment. You may ask for a dose adjustment (you might be indicated higher doses of this Propine).

Dosage

In order to make sure that you will not experience an over dose with Propine, we strongly advise you to acquire your dose of Propine from your personal health care provider. No adjustments ought to be made to this dose without his or her direct consent (this will harmfully affect the prophylaxis' effectiveness).

Overdose

If you suspect that you might be experiencing an overdose with Propine or if you have ingested Propine eye drops ought to be granted emergency medical care. The most effective therapy for this medical condition is given to the patient at the local emergency room. Unfortunately, we have no specific information regarding the average symptoms that could be triggered by an overdose with Propine.

Missed Dose

It is vital for each patient to strictly follow his Propine dosage schedule. If this schedule starts to disrupt your daily routine, we recommend you to go to your physician and ask him or her to make the necessary adjustments.

Side Effects

Like most other medications, besides its benefic effects, Propine can also trigger some other, unpleasant symptoms to patients who are following a prophylaxis with it. Such adverse reactions generally affect those patients who do not take into consideration their physician's directions regarding their therapy.
An intense prophylaxis with Propine could trigger severe consequences (allergic reactions for example), in which case the therapy must be immediately disrupted until you discuss this matter with your physician. Other severe side effects include:
- High blood pressure (blurred vision, severe headache, or flushed skin);
- A fast or irregular heart beat;

A treatment with of Propine could also trigger some other, less severe, but far more common adverse reactions, such as:
- Increased eye sensitivity to direct sunlight;
- Large pupils;
- Stinging, burning, or irritation of the eye;

Interactions

During your prophylaxis with Propine (Propine), we strongly advise all patients to avoid using any other eye medicines without first consulting it with their personal physician. All patients must be aware of the fact that an interaction between Propine and some other medical drugs is not always as benefic one, as it can easily trigger a series of severe consequences.

Other Brand Names

In some countries Propine may also be known as:
- AkPro;
- Difrin;
- Diopine;
- Dipoquin;
- Epifrin;
- Glaucodose;
- Glaucothil;
- Oftanex;
- Pivalephrine;
- Thilodrin;

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