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Basic principles of pharmacotherapy of diseases of the visual organs


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Abstract

By origin, eye diseases can be primary (the result of exposure to mechanical stimuli) and secondary (arising against the background of the disease of the whole organism). A number of eye diseases are accompanied by a violation of the outflow of blood and lymph, which causes hypertension and secondary lesions of various parts of the eyeball and a violation of its visual functions. The article describes various methods of treatment of infectious eye diseases since the middle of the last century. The main goal of treatment is to create an optimal concentration of drugs in the focus of the disease for a certain time. Currently, in the treatment of purulent keratitis, there has been a significant increase in interest in various types of coatings that allow isolating the cornea from mechanical trauma, environmental exposure, as well as retaining medications on the affected cornea. This article describes in detail modern methods of treating keratoconjunctivitis, including antibiotic therapy, the use of various synthetic films, and exposure to a diode laser. In particular, it mentions the disadvantages of the listed methods.


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Mislishayeva MS, Saiyan LA, Frolova PS, Grinenko EV, Abdurakhmanova IM, Chemazokova MZ. Basic principles of pharmacotherapy of diseases of the visual organs. J Adv Pharm Educ Res. 2023;13(2):24-8. https://doi.org/10.51847/44gUM9g3fF
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Mislishayeva, M. S., Saiyan, L. A., Frolova, P. S., Grinenko, E. V., Abdurakhmanova, I. M., & Chemazokova, M. Z. (2023). Basic principles of pharmacotherapy of diseases of the visual organs. Journal of Advanced Pharmacy Education and Research, 13(2), 24-28. https://doi.org/10.51847/44gUM9g3fF
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