Generic Medicine Info
Special Precautions
Patient w/ active intraocular inflammation (e.g. uveitis), aphakic patient, pseudophakic patient w/ torn posterior lens capsule, risk factor for macular oedema; history of herpes simplex, or uveitis/irits. Pregnancy and lactation. Patient Counselling Remove contact lenses prior to admin and reinsert after 15 min. May cause discolouration of soft contact lenses. Monitoring Parameters Monitor intraocular pressure.
Adverse Reactions
Ocular pruritus, swelling, irritation and burning sensation; conjunctival hyperaemia, dry eye symptoms, blurred vision, periorbital erythema, increased lacrimation, madarosis, trichorrhex, skin hyperpigmentation and discolouration, growth and darkening of eyelashes, hypersensitivity, rash (including macular, erythematous, and pruritic limited to eyelids and periorbital region); eyelid oedema, irritation and pruritus; periorbital and lid changes resulting in deepening of eyelid sulcus; headache, HTN, abnormal LFT.
Drug Interactions
May increase intraocular pressure w/ latanoprost. May reduce therapeutic effect w/ NSAIDs.
ATC Classification
S01EE03 - bimatoprost ; Belongs to the class of prostaglandin analogues. Used in the treatment of glaucoma.
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