Top 10 similar words or synonyms for eyedrops

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for eyedrops

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Just another Perl hacker A much shorter one, using only punctuation, based on the EyeDrops module:
Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid It serves as a preservative (usually to enhance the action of another preservative such as benzalkonium chloride or thiomersal) in ocular preparations and eyedrops.
Heterochromia iridum Heterochromia that is acquired is usually due to injury, inflammation, the use of certain eyedrops that damages the iris, or tumors.
Don't Swallow the Cap The song title is likely in reference to Tennessee Williams, who died choking on the cap of a bottle of eyedrops. Williams is frequently referenced in The National's lyrics.
Polysorbate 80 Polysorbate 80 is also used as a surfactant in soaps and cosmetics (including eyedrops), or a solubilizer such as in a mouthwash. The cosmetic grade of polysorbate 80 may have more impurities than the food grade.
Corneal dystrophy Early stages may be asymptomatic and may not require any intervention. Initial treatment may include hypertonic eyedrops and ointment to reduce the corneal edema and may offer symptomatic improvement prior to surgical intervention.
Thielavia subthermophila To treat ocular infections, antifungal medication such as oral voriconazole and amphotericin B eyedrops can be administered to the patient. Fortified tobramycin, fortified cefazolin, fluorometholone, and scopolamine eyedrops can also be administered if necessary, depending on the symptoms. In addition, corneal abrasion can be performed on the patient to facilitate penetration of the antifungal medication. Amphotericin B therapy, surgical removal of infected tissue, and immune enhancement can be used to treat cerebral phaeohyphomycosis by "Thielavia subthermophila", although despite treatment, is associated with high mortality. Currently, there is no accepted standard treatment for brain infections by "T. subthermophila".
Rohto Pharmaceutical founded "", the predecessor of Rohto, in Shimizucho, Higashi-ku (present: Shinsaibashi, Chuo-ku), Osaka on February 22, 1899. Yamada sold "Rohto Eyedrops" in 1909. "Rohto" was named after August von Rothmund, a German ophthalmologist who was a professor for , a Japanese ophthalmologist.
X: The Man with the X-ray Eyes Dr. Xavier develops eyedrops intended to increase the range of human vision, allowing one to see beyond the "visible" spectrum into the ultraviolet and x-ray wavelengths and beyond. Believing that testing on animals and volunteers will produce uselessly subjective observations, he tests the drops on himself.
Corneal transplantation There is also a risk of infection. Since the cornea has no blood vessels (it takes its nutrients from the aqueous humor) it heals much more slowly than a cut on the skin. While the wound is healing, it is possible that it might become infected by various microorganisms. This risk is minimized by antibiotic prophylaxis (using antibiotic eyedrops, even when no infection exists).