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Glaucoma is a condition in which an eye disease that damages the optic nerve, and because of that, if it is left untreated, can cause a loss of vision. Since on of the most common causes of glaucoma is the overproduction of fluid inside the eye, drugs like dorzolamide ophthalmic can help by dampening the ability of the aqueous humor to produce the fluids in question. A topical carbonic anhydrase inhibitor, dorzolamide ophthalmic is used mainly to prevent the spread of glaucoma to the unaffected eye of a patient with glaucoma, however it can also be used to treat secondary glaucoma.
Dorzolamide ophthalmic should be used cautiously in pregnant or nursing pets, and in pets with liver and/or kidney disease. Do not give dorzolamide ophthalmic to pets with an allergy to sulfonamides, furosemide, thiazide diuretics, diabetes medicines, or carbonic anhydrase inhibitor-type glaucoma medication.
1 drop three times a day, adjusting dosage based on your pets response to the therapy.
Dorzolamide ophthalmic might sting the eye, so be careful when administering. It can also cause a sensitivity to light.
Glaucoma is an eye disease that can result in blindness. Learn more about this disease and which breeds are most likely to suffer from it.
There isn't a cure for glaucoma in pets, but there are some treatment options available to help relieve pain and postpone blindness. Learn more here.
Tobramycin Ophthalmic Solution 0.3% is an antibiotic prescribed by verterianarians in order to treat dog and cat eye infections. This solution can also control bacterial respiratory infections, bite wound or injury-borne infections, and also those affecting the skin or ears of animals.
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