Ophthalmic preparations are specially designed dosage forms that are administered into the eye’s external (topical), internal (intraocular) or adjacent (periocular) surface or used simultaneously with an ophthalmic device.
Commonly used ophthalmic dosage forms are suspensions, solutions, and ointments. However, the latest in pharmacy developments have allowed us to a new and improved dosage forms for ophthalmic medication delivery such as ocular inserts, intravitreal injections, gels, gel-forming solutions, and implants.
Below are examples of drugs used in the eye:
- Diagnostic Drugs
- Anti-glaucoma drugs
Feel free to get in touch with our team of pharmacists at Medica Pharmacy & Compounding for more on this particular service. You may give us a call at 305-570-1933.