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  • Laser surgery - Ocular hypertension
  • Postsurgical; Treatment and Prophylaxis Raised intraocular pressure; Adjunct
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Lowers eye pressure

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.Iopidine is used before and after laser surgery to prevent increased eye pressure due to the surgery.


  • Iopidine helps to get better results from laser surgery.


  • May cause changes in your heart rate, slower or pounding.
  • may cause shortness of breath.

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  • (1) 5ml of 0.5% eye dropper
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What to expect when you take Iopidine (Apraclonidine)

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  • Iopidine is usually given prior to, and right after laser surgery.
  • May also be used in conjunction with another eye drop for better control of eye pressure
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Side effects for Iopidine (Apraclonidine)

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These are side effects of Iopidine (Apraclonidine) reported to the FDA by people taking it, and by doctors and pharmacists.

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The FDA category for this medication is C. It is advised that you: Weigh risks vs. benefits