loteprednol

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loteprednol

 [lo″tĕ-pred´nol]
a corticosteroid applied topically to the conjunctiva in the treatment of seasonal allergic conjunctivitis, postoperative inflammation, and ocular inflammatory disorders.

loteprednol

/lo·te·pred·nol/ (lo″tĕ-pred´nol) a corticosteroid applied topically to the conjunctiva in the treatment of seasonal allergic conjunctivitis, postoperative inflammation, and ocular inflammatory disorders.

loteprednol

[lo′tĕpred′nol]
a corticosteroid applied topically to the conjunctiva in the treatment of seasonal allergic conjunctivitis, postoperative inflammation, and ocular inflammatory disorders.
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For example, B&L's steroid eyedrops Lotemax, Alrex and Zylet, as well as Retisert and Virtrasert, all treat retinal diseases.
Under the terms of the agreement, both the Pfizer and Bausch & Lomb sales forces will promote Xalatan, Alrex, Lotemax, Zylet and besifloxacin (subject to FDA approval).
As with other ophthalmic corticosteroids, Alrex is contraindicated in most viral diseases of the corneas and conjunctiva and in mycobacterial and fungal diseases of the eye.
Please refer to full prescribing information for Lotemax, Zylet and Alrex at www.
The B&L line of branded prescription products includes the steroid eyedrops Lotemax, Alrex and Zylet, and Retisert and Vitrasert to treat retinal diseases.
Ocuvite, ReNu MultiPlus, Boston Simplus, PureVision, Alaway, Lotemax, Zylet and Alrex are trademarks of Bausch & Lomb Incorporated.
Opthalmic Pharmaceutical Markets Include: Visudyne, Macugen, Restasis, Acular, Acular LS, Voltaren, Nevanac, Xibrom, Patanol, Zaditor, Emadine, Alomide, Pred Mild, Opticom, Alocril, Elestat, Crolom, Alrex, Optivar, Alamast, Livostin and Vasocon
market introduction at the end of 1998, more than 500,000 prescriptions have been written for Alrex and more than 900,000 prescriptions have been written for Lotemax.