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    Tropicamide . 5 Pct (Rx) 15 mL

    743-0-92
    A Mydriatic And Cycloplegic Agent Used In Intraocular Examinations.

    Tropicamide 1 Pct (Rx) 15 mL

    743-0-93
    Mydriatic And Cycloplegic Agent Used In Intraocular Examinations.

    Atropine Sulfate 1. 0 Pct Ointment(Rx) 3. 5 gm

    743-1-14
    Availability: Out Of Stock - On Backorder Please Call Inside Sales To Place An Order.
    5 mL. Used to dilate the pupil and paralyze the ciliary muscle for accommodation. Compare to Isopto Atropine.

    Cyclogyl 2Pct (Rx) 5 mL-This Product Is Non-Refundable/Non-Returnable.

    743-0-14
    This is a special ordered item. This product must be paid for upon ordering. It cannot be returned. It is non-refundable and non-returnable. Cyclopentolate HCl 2% Contains Cyclopentolate HCl 2. 0% - Used to paralyze the sphincter muscle of the iris for dilation and the ciliary muscle which inactivates accommodation. Used in the refraction children and therapy of iritis.

    Cyclomydril 0. 2Pct/1. 0Pct (Rx) 5 mL - This Product Is Non-Refundable/Non-Returnable.

    743-0-18
    This is a special ordered item. This product must be paid for upon ordering. It cannot be returned. It is non-refundable and non-returnable. 5 mL. Cyclopentolate HCl 0. 2%, Phenylephrine HCl 1. 0% - An anticholinergic which blocks the responses of the sphincter muscle of the iris and the accommodative muscle of the ciliary body to cholinergic stimulation producing mydriasis and cycloplegia and a sympathomimetic agent with mainly direct effects on alpha-andrenergic receptors.

    Phenylephrine 2. 5 Pct (Rx) 15 mL

    753-1-01
    No Discounts For This Product A Mydriatic Agent Without Cycloplegic Effect Primarily Employed To Dilate Pupil For Intraocular Examinations.

    Phenylephrine 10. 0 Pct (Rx) 5 mL

    753-1-02
    A Mydriatic agent without cycloplegic effect primarily employed to dilate the pupil for intraocular examinations.

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