There are 13 Medications that may be used to treat corneal diseases.
Fluorescein may be used to diagnose corneal diseases.
Fluorometholone, Flurbiprofen and prednisolone should be avoided if you have corneal diseases. If you have corneal diseases and are taking one of these medications, consult your physician.
Deferoxamine is classified as an Iron Chelator. Deferoxamine is more commonly known as the brand Desferal.
Idoxuridine is classified as a Nucleoside Analog Antiviral.
Ketoconazole is classified as an Azole Antifungal. Ketoconazole is included in 13 brands sold in the US including Extina, Keto-C and Ketochlor
Lodoxamide is classified as a Mast Cell Stabilizer. Lodoxamide is more commonly known as the brand Alomide.
Loteprednol is classified as a Corticosteroid.
Natamycin is classified as a Polyene Antimicrobial. Natamycin is more commonly known as the brand Natacyn.
Ofloxacin is classified as a Quinolone Antimicrobial. Ofloxacin, more commonly known as the brands Floxin and Ocuflox, may be used to treat Corneal Diseases.
Sodium Chloride is included in 85 brands sold in the US including Altamist, Aminosyn 3.5 % M, Sulfite Free and Aminosyn 7 % with Electrolytes, Sulfite-Free
Sulfacetamide is classified as a Sulfonamide Antibacterial. Sulfacetamide is included in 26 brands sold in the US including Avar, BP 10-Wash and BP Cleansing Wash
Sulfisoxazole is classified as a Sulfonamide Antimicrobial. Sulfisoxazole is more commonly known as the brand E.S.P..
Fluorometholone is classified as a Corticosteroid. Fluorometholone is included in 5 brands sold in the US including FML, FML Forte Liquifilm and FML-S
Flurbiprofen is classified as a Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug. Flurbiprofen, known by the brand names Ansaid and Ocufen, should be avoided or used under the guidance of a physician for individuals with Corneal Diseases.
Prednisolone is classified as a Corticosteroid. Prednisolone is included in 18 brands sold in the US including Blephamide, Econopred and Econopred Plus