Prostaglandin analogue


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Prostaglandin analogue

A class of drugs that are similar in structure and function to prostaglandin.
Mentioned in: Glaucoma
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The absence of reports in the veterinary literature considering the comparison the of a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor, associated to timolol with a prostaglandin analogue motivated our research.
Use of prostaglandin analogue E1 could be the right choice now.
02%, and market-leading prostaglandin analogue latanoprost, all of which were dosed once daily in the evening.
02 percent, and market leading prostaglandin analogue latanoprost, all being dosed once daily in the evening.
02%, and market leading prostaglandin analogue (PGA) latanoprost, all of which were dosed once daily in the evening.
On the contrary, misoprostol is a powerful prostaglandin analogue with multiple side-effects.
Evaluation of luteolysis and estrus synchronization by a prostaglandin analogue (Luprostiol) in Brahman cows and heifers.
The glaucoma market has been dominated by prostaglandin analogue (PGA) drugs in the last decade.
Case 3###70###Female###Left###Beta blocker, Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors, Prostaglandin analogue,, alpha agonist
Misoprostol is a prostaglandin analogue that causes the uterus to contract and empty its contents.
Lantanoprost - a prostaglandin analogue for the treatment of open-angle glaucoma and ocular hypertension;
Other cosmetics companies are known for using the active ingredient bimatoprost, which is a prostaglandin analogue and often the cause of eye irritations, lash shredding, blurred vision, unwanted hair growth and iris discoloration, according to Chrislie.