mydriatic drugs

mydriatic drugs

These drugs dilate the pupils of the eyes and are useful to oculists.
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Further study is required to investigate the effectiveness of topical mydriatic drugs in pigeons.
Gellat and Willams (1985) suggested treating the surgical defects as sterile corneal ulcer with topical antibiotics and mydriatic drugs. Similar post-operative care was followed in the present study.
* Patients with light coloured irises respond quicker and to a greater extent to mydriatic drugs and hence a lower drug dosage/concentration should be considered.
It may be preferable to give topical mydriatic drugs 30 to 60 minutes prior to induction of general anesthesia to assess adequacy of mydriasis before induction (5).