Mydriacyl


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Mydriacyl

Tropicamide, a brand name for eye drops containing TROPICAMIDE.
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After 2 to 3 hours of dark adaptation, electroretinograms (ERGs) were obtained while animals were under sedation (ketamine hydrochloride: 11 mg/kg, xylazine: 2.2 mg/kg) and after their pupils had been dilated (1% mydriacyl, 2.5% phenylephrine hydrochloride).
El Mydriacyl empieza actuar a los 15 minutos en promedio y su efecto dura entre 3 y 4 horas; los individuos con iris claros dilatan mas rapido y su efecto dura mas.
After pupillary dilatation using Mydriacyl 0.5% (Alcon Inc.) eye drops, the peripapillary RNFL was measured by 3 circular scannings around the optic nerve in an area with a diameter of 3.4 mm.
A post-surgical medical protocol included oral prednisone (Meticorten, MSD Saude Animal, SP, Brazil), 1mgkg SID for 2 weeks and then tapering the regimen within the following 2 weeks; topical association of 0.3% tobramycin and dexametasone (Tobradex, Alcon do Brasil, SP, Brazil) q4h for 2 weeks, q6h for 2 weeks; 1% brinzolamide (Azopt, Alcon do Brasil, SP, Brazil) q12h for one week and 1% tropicamide (Mydriacyl, Alcon do Brasil, SP, Brazil) q8h for one week completed the protocol.
If an adequate image cannot be acquired, patients undergo dilation with tropicamide (Mydriacyl) 0.5% unless contraindicated.
After dilating the pupil with topical 1% tropicamide (Mydriacyl - Alcone Couvreur Belgium) slit lamp examination was again performed to con- firm the presence of cataract and posterior segment examination was done by double aspheric 90 D lens (Volk).