Uses of Cyclopentolate:
Dilation of the pupil of the eye, refractive actions of the eye
Dosage of cyclopentolate
Mydriasis / Cycloplegia:
Apply 1 to 2 drops of 1% solution in the eye. If necessary, the second drop should be poured after 5 minutes.
Hypersensitivity to this drug and its compounds, increased ocular pressure, narrow-angle glaucoma treated, allergy to sulfite, other severe allergies, children with previous systemic reaction to atropine.
Side effects of Cyclopentolate:
Complications such as blurred vision, increased intraocular pressure, drowsiness, tachycardia, burning sensation in the eyes and intolerance to light may be seen in patients taking this drug.
Medicine Interactions Cyclopentolate
Acetylcholine, Alprazolam, S omeprazole, Acetaminophen Paracetamol, nasal sodium chloride, sucralfate, furosemide, insulin glargine, spray compound (ipratropium bromide + salbutamol), hypertonic, prednisolone, spiriva (tiotropium), lorazepam, methylprednisolone, nitrobi, nitrobi, nitrobi .
Increased intraocular pressure may occur temporarily.
Patients with Down syndrome are more likely to develop angle-closure glaucoma. Consume with caution.
Cyclopentolate should be used with caution in children, so be sure to consult your doctor
There is a possibility of increased intraocular pressure in the elderly with this Medicine.
A 2% solution of the drug may cause psychological reactions and behavioral disorders in children 30 to 45 minutes after taking the drug.
Wait at least 5 minutes between pouring two drops.
-To minimize the systemic absorption of the drug; Apply only 1 drop of the drug solution in each eye and after consumption, press the tear bag on the upper part of the nose for 2 to 3 minutes.
Avoid driving, working or other activities that require you to have full vision, as long as the ciliary muscles and pupils need to rest.
Use sunglasses after taking this medicine because your eyes may be sensitive to light.
If you swallow medicine, contact your doctor or toxin control center immediately, you may be harmed.
If this medicine is prescribed for your baby, avoid feeding or breastfeeding for 4 hours after taking the medicine.
Consumption in pregnancy:
Group C drugs should only be taken with a doctor’s prescription.