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Model List of Essential Medicines

clear Found 37 recommendations for 22 medicines and 9 therapeutic equivalents
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21. Ophthalmological preparations
  1. Acetazolamide General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Miotics and antiglaucoma medicines
    • Oral > Solid: 250 mg
  2. Aciclovir General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Ointment: 3% w/w
  3. Amikacin General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to gentamicin for Other specified conjunctivitis Therapeutic equivalent to gentamicin for Infectious blepharitis
  4. Atropine General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Mydriatics
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 0.1% (sulfate); 0.5% (sulfate); 1% (sulfate)
    Indications
  5. Azithromycin General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 1.5% eye drops
    Indications
  6. Bevacizumab General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) preparations
    • Parenteral > Locoregional injections > Intravitreal: 25 mg per mL
  7. Carbachol General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Miotics and antiglaucoma medicines
    Indications
  8. Chlortetracycline General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to tetracycline for Other specified conjunctivitis Therapeutic equivalent to tetracycline for Infectious keratitis Therapeutic equivalent to tetracycline for Infectious blepharitis Therapeutic equivalent to tetracycline for Trachoma
  9. Cyclopentolate General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Mydriatics
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to atropine for Anterior uveitis
  10. Epinephrine General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Mydriatics
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 2% (as hydrochloride)
  11. Erythromycin General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Ointment: 0.5%
  12. Gentamicin General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 0.3% (gentamicin sulfate)
  13. Homatropine General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Mydriatics
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to atropine for Anterior uveitis
  14. Kanamycin General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to gentamicin for Other specified conjunctivitis Therapeutic equivalent to gentamicin for Infectious blepharitis
  15. Latanoprost General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Miotics and antiglaucoma medicines
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 50 µg per mL eye drops
  16. Natamycin General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Suspension: 5% eye drops
  17. Netilmicin General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to gentamicin for Other specified conjunctivitis Therapeutic equivalent to gentamicin for Infectious blepharitis
  18. Ofloxacin General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 0.3%
  19. Oxytetracycline General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to tetracycline for Other specified conjunctivitis Therapeutic equivalent to tetracycline for Infectious keratitis Therapeutic equivalent to tetracycline for Infectious blepharitis Therapeutic equivalent to tetracycline for Trachoma
  20. Pilocarpine General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Miotics and antiglaucoma medicines
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 2% (hydrochloride or nitrate); 4% (hydrochloride or nitrate)
  21. Prednisolone General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-inflammatory agents
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 0.5% (sodium phosphate)
  22. Tetracaine General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Local anaesthetics
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 0.5% (hydrochloride)
  23. Tetracycline General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Ointment: 1% (tetracycline hydrochloride)
  24. Timolol General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Miotics and antiglaucoma medicines
    • Local > Ophthalmological > Solution (eye drops): 0.25% (hydrogen maleate); 0.5% (hydrogen maleate)
  25. Tobramycin General information
    Section
    Ophthalmological preparations > Anti-infective agents
    Indications
    Therapeutic equivalent to gentamicin for Other specified conjunctivitis Therapeutic equivalent to gentamicin for Infectious blepharitis