Aesthesiometry-Azelastine Eye Drops Reduce Corneal Sensitivity in Rabbits, But Not in Dogs and Humans
The active principle of Azelastine Eye Drops is Azelastine.HCl. Azelastine is a phthalazinone derivative which was synthetized and developed by ASTA Medica AG as an antiasthmatic and antiallergic compound. It is marketed as tablets and/or nasal spray in several countries as U.K., France, Spain, Germany, Japan, and others. A NDA is submitted in the United States.
KeywordsOphthalmic Solution Anesthetic Effect Filament Length Albino Rabbit Vehicle Solution
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