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141 Possible Causes for Proparacaine

  • Corneal Abrasion

    To summarize the evidence for the safety of topical proparacaine and tetracaine for pain relief in patients with corneal abrasions.[] Ball et al studied the use of dilute proparacaine for acute pain due to corneal abrasions and reported a rapid decrease in pain symptoms in patients given proparacaine without[] Instillation of a topical anesthetic, such as proparacaine 0.5% or tetracaine …[]

  • Keratopathy

    PURPOSE: The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of early amniotic membrane transplantation (AMT) in patients with topical proparacaine-related toxic keratopathy.[] ., proparacaine) and place an eyelid speculum. 2. Debride the corneal epithelium. This can be done with a sterile Beaver blade or an Amoils scrubber. 3.[] Dass BA, Soong HK and Lee B: Effects of proparacaine on actin cytoskeleton of corneal epithelium. J Ocul Pharmacol. 4:187–194. 1988.[]

  • Foreign Body in the Eye

    Common Medications The most commonly prescribed drugs for patients with foreign body sensation in eye include erythromycin , moxifloxacin (avelox) , prednisolone ophthalmic , proparacaine[] Proparacaine is typically the anesthetic of choice but other topical anesthetics, such as tetracaine, also provide the necessary anesthetic effect. 6.[] Anesthetize the Eye The use of proparacaine prior to the initial evaluation will make your patient more comfortable during the process and enhance the efficiency as well.[]

  • Superior Limbic Keratoconjunctivitis

    All subjects were outpatients who had local anesthesia with a single drop of topical proparacaine.[] This can be achieved on an outpatient basis in clinic using topical proparacaine for anesthesia.[] A Weck-Cel sponge can also be soaked in proparacaine and held over the superior conjunctiva and limbus area for 30 seconds for additional anesthesia.[]

  • Mydriasis

    AIM: To evaluate the mydriatic effect of proparacaine hydrochloride (PH) in children undergoing strabismus surgery under general anesthesia (GA).[] The test protocol starts with instillation of 0.5% solution of proparacaine to anaesthetise the cornea and conjunctiva.[] In step 1, topical anesthesia (proparacaine) is instilled followed by one drop of 1% tropicamide. This is followed after 5 mins by one drop of 2.5% phenylephrine.[]

  • Corneal Burn

    We instilled proparacaine 0.5% and diclofenac sodium (Voltaren), and we carefully debrided the damaged tissue with a sterile Kimura spatula.[] Proparacaine - it has less irritating property.[] Anesthetic drugs are Tetracaine and Proparacaine. Tetracaine - it is used in the form of solution or ointment.[]

  • Vitreous Floaters

    METHODS: 30 patients with vitreous floaters were randomized into Group T (topical anesthesia, proparacaine eye drop) and Group R (retrobulbar anesthesia), and underwent 27[]

  • Anesthetic

    On identifying and preventing the use of topical proparacaine, the corneal epithelium healed in both eyes after the use of eye pressure patches.[] Group SC received subconjunctival lidocaine and proparacaine drops as needed during surgery. Group L2 received 2% lidocaine gel and group L5 received 5% lidocaine gel.[]

  • Triclofos

    Discussion • In 21 patients, application of proparacaine HCl eye drops caused the child to partially arouse for a moment • Avoid touching the eye lashes as eye lash reflex[]

  • Visual Acuity Decreased

    We only included studies that were prospective, human trials using either proparacaine or tetracaine for the treatment of corneal abrasions.[] I send the patients home with a diluted proparacaine with only 48 hours worth of topical anesthetic and re-iteration of 48 hour follow up.[] Patients were either given dilute proparacaine (0.05%) and instructed to use it as often as they like for seven days or they were given a placebo drop.[]

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