Active Ingredient(s): Cyclopentolate
Category: Vision / Eye Health

Cylate Overview

Cyclopentolate is a muscarinic antagonist.[1] It is commonly used as an eye drop during pediatric eye examinations to dilate the eye (mydriatic) and prevent the eye from focusing/accommodating (cycloplegic). Cyclopentolate or atropine can also be administered to reverse muscarinic and central nervous system effects of indirect cholinomimetic (anti-AChase) administration. It is on the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines.[2] After instillatio...

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salate and sensesipar

??? client has history of kidney uremia, on dialysis for 3 years, and on many other meds. trying to find out what these two are. have found all the others. thanks ## I don't know if Salate is a drug in the U.S. Could it be Cylate? As for Sensesipar, never heard of it. Sorry for the limited response, Best of Luck!


Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

  • Solution: 0.5%, 1%, 2%
  • Solution/drops: 0.5%, 0.50%, 1%, 2%
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

Other drugs which contain Cyclopentolate or a similar ingredient: (5 results)