Ganciclovir is an antiviral eye gel which is used to treat eye infections caused by the herpes simplex virus. Many people become infected with the herpes simplex virus, often during childhood. Following the first (or primary) infection, the virus stays with you for life.
For the eye only. Wash your hands before and after use. Take out contact lenses before using homatropine. Talk with your doctor to see when lenses may be put back in after homatropine is given. Do not put contacts back in if your eyes are irritated or infected. Do not touch the container tip to the eye, lid, or other skin.
Hypromellose eye drops are also known as 'artificial tears'. They are used to relieve eye dryness and soreness, particularly where the dryness is caused by a reduced flow of tears. They moisten, soothe and lubricate the surface of your eye, making it feel more comfortable.
Latanoprost eye drops work by increasing the drainage of fluid from the inside of your eye. This helps to lower the pressure within your eye. Latanoprost eye drops are available as bottles of eye drops which contain a preservative, and also as single-dose units which do not contain a preservative.
Eye drops, and single-dose eye drops In chronic open-angle glaucoma there is damage to the optic nerve at the back of your eye. It is usually caused by an increase in pressure within your eye. Levobunolol eye drops work by lowering the pressure in your eye. They do this by reducing the amount of fluid that you make that fills the front part of your eye (called aqueous humour). By reducing the amount of fluid produced, it reduces the pressure within your eye.