Mydriacyl Eye Drops (Tropicamide) - 0.5% (15 mL)

Mydriacyl Eye Drops


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Mydriacyl Eye Drops (Tropicamide) are used by doctors during eye examinations. When applied to the eye, the antimuscarinic ingredient in these eye drops produces mydriasis (dilation or widening of the pupil).

Brand Name : Mydriacyl Eye Drops
Active Ingredients : TROPICAMIDE
Manufacturer : Alcon Laboratories Pty. Ltd.
Country of Origin : Belgium
Intended Patient : Unisex

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Main Use Active Ingredient Marketed Name
Dilating the pupils to aid diagnosis during eye examinations Tropicamide Mydriacyl Eye Drops

Mydriacyl Eye Drops (Tropicamide) are used by doctors during eye examinations. When applied to the eye, the antimuscarinic ingredient in these eye drops produces mydriasis (dilation or widening of the pupil). This is to prevent the eye from contracting when the doctor conducting the examination shines a light into the eye, thereby making it easier for the doctor to properly examine the retina, vitreous humor and lens of the eye. In some cases, these eye drops may be used prior to or after eye surgery.

Dosage and Administration
Mydriacyl Eye Drops (Tropicamide) are generally only used in a medical facility, such as a clinic or doctor's office, as part of an eye examination. Prior to applying the eye drops, your doctor will tell you to remove contact lenses. Do not re-insert them afterwards without the approval of your doctor. When applying the drops, the patient will be told to tilt his or her head backwards. The doctor will then apply the drops to the eye, after which the patient's eyes should be closed (for 1 minute), and the corner of the eye (next to the nose) should be pressed gently, so as to avoid allowing the liquid to drip out.

Side effects
Applying Mydriacyl Eye Drops (Tropicamide) to the eyes as a diagnostic aid can sometimes cause side effects, such as:

  • Blurred vision
  • Inflammation of the eyelids
  • Sensitivity of the eyes to light
  • Increased pressure inside the eyes
  • Stinging or burning sensation affecting the eyes

Tell the doctor straight away if any side effects are noticed, or if you notice any symptoms of a reaction after your eye examination. Serious reactions include bloating of the stomach, hallucinations, severe changes in behaviour as well as other side effects which are not listed here. Tell your doctor straight away if a serious reaction occurs.

Patients with a history of an overactive thyroid, hypertension, glaucoma, diabetes, brain damage, diseases of the coronary arteries or spastic paralysis must tell their doctor about their medical history before using these eye drops.

Blurred vision may occur after applying these eye drops. Patients are advised not to drive unless their vision is clear.

Seek immediate emergency medical attention if you suffer an allergic reaction. Symptoms to watch for, which may be indicative of a reaction, include skin rashes, hives, swelling of the face or limbs, trouble breathing, and trouble swallowing.

Always use Mydriacyl Eye Drops (Tropicamide) as you have been prescribed by your doctor. Never self-medicate or change your dosage without first consulting your doctor. The correct dosage can vary depending on your health, medical history, and the severity of the condition being treated.

This medication may not be safe for all patients. Before you begin using it always disclose the following to your doctor:

  • If you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • If you suffer from any allergies.
  • If you suffer from any other health conditions or illnesses.
  • If you are using any other medicine (including all non-prescription).
  • If you are using any supplements, vitamins, or herbal products of any kind.

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