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allergic conjunctivitis


On February 3, 2015 the FDA approved Olopatadine Hydrochloride, ophthalmic solution 0.7%, for the treatment of ocular itching due to allergic conjunctivitis. Known as the brand name Pazeo, which is marketed by Alcon, the approved dose is one drop in each affected eye daily. Positive data from two trials coined Conjunctival Allergen Challenge demonstrated that[…]

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On April 3, 2013 the FDA approved the new drug application carbinoxamine maleate, CAS number 3505-38-2, for the treatment of allergic rhinitis. Targeted for patients suffering from seasonal and perennial allergic rhinitis, the approval of carbinoxamine is a novel approach to allergy relief. Carbinoxamine is the first sustained-release histamine receptor blocking agent that is indicated[…]

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Olopatadine CAS# 113806-05-6 & Olopatadine Hydrochloride CAS# 140462-76-6, are also known as Patanol and Pataday, which are marketed by Alcon. With the patent for olopatadine due to expire on June 6, 2015, researchers are looking forward to offering generic options of this popular allergy remedy. Olopatadine is effectual as an ophthalmic solution in the form[…]

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Loteprednol Etabonate, also known as Lotemax, is an anti-inflammatory corticosteroid eye solution. As a prescription eye drop, loteprednol etabonate, CAS number 82034-46-6, is used to treat a variety of inflammatory eye conditions. These conditions typically affect the anterior chamber of the eye and include allergic conjunctivitis, superficial punctate keratitis, acne rosacea, Iritis, herpes zoster keratitis,[…]

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