# Antiglaucoma Agents

Tafluprost

Also known as AFP-168, MK-2452, Zioptan Can I take Tafluprost while breastfeeding? No information is available on the use of tafluprost during breastfeeding. Because of the extremely low levels in plasma after application to the eye, it is not likely to reach the...
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Brimonidine

Also known as Brimodine, Brimonidina, Brimonidine, Brimonidinum, Bromoxidine An imidazole derivative and a selective alpha-2 adrenergic receptor agonist. Upon ocular administration, brimonidine acts on the blood vessels causing them to constrict which leads to a...
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Unoprostone

Also known as Unoprostone Can I take Unoprostone while breastfeeding? No information is available on the use of unoprostone during breastfeeding. Because of its short half-life it is not likely to reach the bloodstream of the infant or cause any adverse effects in...
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Latanoprost

Also known as Latanoprost, Latanoprostum, PhXA 41, Xalatan A prostaglandin F2alpha analogue and a prostanoid selective FP receptor agonist with an ocular hypertensive effect. Latanoprost increases uveoscleral outflow and thereby reduces intraocular pressure....
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Travoprost

Also known as AL-6221, Travatan, Travatan Z, Travoprost, Travoprostum A synthetic lipophilic isopropyl ester prodrug of the active compound travoprost free acid, a prostaglandin F2alpha analog with anti-glaucoma property. Upon administration, travoprost is hydrolysed...
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