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Oxedrine ophthalmic is a medication used to treat glaucoma, a condition in which the pressure inside the eye is too high. It works by decreasing the amount of fluid in the eye, which helps to reduce the pressure. Common side effects of oxedrine ophthalmic include burning, stinging, redness, and irritation of the eye.
Associated brand names:  ▸ Ocu-Oxedrine ▸ Oxedrine Ophthalmic Solution ▸ Oxedrine Ophthalmic Suspension
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