There are 28 Medications that may be used to treat conjunctival diseases.
pemirolast and Silver Nitrate may be used to prevent conjunctival diseases (NIH).
Fluorometholone should be avoided if you have conjunctival diseases unless specifically instructed by your physician. If you have conjunctival diseases and are taking Fluorometholone, speak to your healthcare professional.
Azelastine is classified as a Histamine-1 Receptor Antagonist. Azelastine is included in 4 brands sold in the US including Astelin, Astepro and Dymista
Bacitracin is included in 25 brands sold in the US including Atopalm First Aid, Atopalm First Aid Moisturizing and Pain Relief and Baci-IM
Ciprofloxacin is classified as a Quinolone Antimicrobial. Ciprofloxacin is included in 8 brands sold in the US including Cetraxal, Ciloxan and Cipro
Cod Liver Oil
Cod Liver Oil is more commonly known as the brand Pad Kote.
Cromolyn is classified as a Mast Cell Stabilizer. Cromolyn, an ingredient in the more commonly known brands Crolom, Gastrocrom and Nasalcrom, may be used to treat Conjunctival Diseases.
Emedastine is classified as a Histamine-1 Receptor Inhibitor. Emedastine is more commonly known as the brand Emadine.
Ketorolac is classified as a Cyclooxygenase Inhibitor. Ketorolac is included in 5 brands sold in the US including Acular, Acuvail and Omidria
Levocabastine is more commonly known as the brand Livostin.