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Atropine 1% Eye Drop is used to treat myopia and inflammation in the eyes (uveitis or iritic). It is also used for the eye examination and diagnoses eye problems like blurred vision or squint in children.
The most common side effects are irritation or pain in the eye, watery or dry eyes, blurred vision, increased heart rate, and blood pressure. There are other, less common, side effects affecting other parts of the body, some of which may be serious.
Myopia or near-sightedness is an eye disorder in which you have difficulty seeing distant objects but can see objects that are near clearly. Atropine 1% Eye Drop helps treat myopia by relaxing the muscles which enable the eyes to focus on distant objects.
USES OF ATROPINE SULPHATE EYE DROP
In Treatment of Myopia.
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