Generic Name and Formulations:
Tafluprost 0.0015%; oph soln; preservative-free.
Indications for ZIOPTAN:
For reducing elevated intraocular pressure in patients with open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension.
1 drop in conjunctival sac of affected eye(s) once daily in the PM.
Do not exceed recommended dose (may reduce efficacy). Active intraocular inflammation (eg, iritis/uveitis). Aphakia. Pseudophakia with torn posterior lens capsule. Risk of macular edema. Pregnancy (Cat.C); use effective contraception. Nursing mothers.
Allow at least 5 minutes between application of other topical oph agents.
Conjunctival hyperemia, ocular stinging/irritation, ocular pruritus including allergic conjunctivitis, cataract, dry eye, ocular pain, increased ocular pigmentation (eg, iris, eyelid, eyelashes; may be permanent), other eyelash changes, blurred vision, macular edema, headache, cold, cough, urinary tract infection.
Single-use containers (0.3mL)—30, 90
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