Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020490/001.

Names and composition

"ALPHAGAN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020490/001 ALPHAGAN BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.5%
020613/001 ALPHAGAN BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.2% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020490/001 ALPHAGAN BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.5%
020613/001 ALPHAGAN BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.2% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
021262/001 ALPHAGAN P BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.15%
021764/001 QOLIANA BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.15%
021770/001 ALPHAGAN P BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.1%
076254/001 BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.2%
076260/001 BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.2%
076372/001 BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.2%
076439/001 BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.2%
078075/001 BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.2%
078479/001 BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.15%
078480/001 BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE SOLUTION/ OPHTHALMIC 0.1%
091691/001 BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE SOLUTION/DROPS/OPHTHALMIC 0.2%
204708/001 MIRVASO BRIMONIDINE TARTRATE GEL/TOPICAL EQ 0.33% BASE

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Answered questions

Is there a generic for alphagan?
Asked by Edie Kreese 2 years ago.

You can buy eye drops named Brimonidine Tartrate, which is the generic name. Same active ingredient. Best wishes to you. Answered by Somer Darroch 2 years ago.


Which of this three medication give glaucoma...Alphagan,Timolol Maleate,or Prednisolone Acetate?
Asked by Elanor Shimshak 2 years ago.

glaucoma is an increase in intra-ocular pressure which needs drugs as alphagen and timolol to decrease aqueous humor the fluid in the eye or exactly to allow removal of xxs fluid so prednisolone unless prescribed by a doc for severe inflammation is not suitable Answered by Aida Benoff 2 years ago.

for a treatment of one complaint, you get a gift of other one--for example ---treatment of nephrites or nephotic syndrom large amount of prednisolon being prescribed in a tapering dose--- still you get this complication and treat with first two you said Answered by Bree Bickart 2 years ago.

among these drugs timolol is the drug of choice. Answered by Jeraldine Munden 2 years ago.


Could my eyedrops be the reason why my eyelashes are almost always falling out?
I have maintainance for my eyes. Eyedrops for anti-glaucoma: alphagan P, trusopt, lumigan. Asked by Janeth Besaw 2 years ago.

Unless your doing anything else to your eyes besides using eye drops on them, then its the eye drops. Answered by Reba Kaumans 2 years ago.

Yes it could be the reason that why it falling out all the time. Answered by Leana Weslowski 2 years ago.

eyelashes fall out very frequently and re-grow all the time.. eyedrops have nothin to do with that.. Answered by Ricki Hawthorne 2 years ago.

That could very well play a factor in your problem. Talk to your doctor! Answered by Alise Dziegielewski 2 years ago.

yes they could. um u might wanna see a dr to double check and to get something about that Answered by Arcelia Lepak 2 years ago.

of course and perhaps rubbing them alot Answered by Kenyetta Lipski 2 years ago.

omg yes. get another brand of eye drops please Answered by Kirstie Nails 2 years ago.


What causes glaucoma?
I have early signs of glaucoma. I take alphagan (P) eye drops 3 times a day to keep my pressure down. Asked by Shalon Barban 2 years ago.

Well, there are no obvious clinical signs of glaucoma (at least in the early stages). The only test to determine if you have glaucoma is at the eye doctor. Glaucoma is a disease of the eye caused by increased pressure from various factors such as age or disease. I was diagnosed with glaucoma at age 30 caused by a malformation of the eyeball (due to my bad vision) causing the iris to slough off, therefore clogging the drain in the eyeball. When this drain becomes blocked, the pressure rises, causing glaucoma. I had laser surgery for the iris sloughing and use eyedrops. Answered by Alonso Gopen 2 years ago.


Is there a generic for alphagan?
Asked by Susanna Skjei 2 years ago.

You can buy eye drops named Brimonidine Tartrate, which is the generic name. Same active ingredient. Best wishes to you. Answered by Bryon Krantz 2 years ago.


Which of this three medication give glaucoma...Alphagan,Timolol Maleate,or Prednisolone Acetate?
Asked by Lashunda Bickart 2 years ago.

glaucoma is an increase in intra-ocular pressure which needs drugs as alphagen and timolol to decrease aqueous humor the fluid in the eye or exactly to allow removal of xxs fluid so prednisolone unless prescribed by a doc for severe inflammation is not suitable Answered by Milda Engelkes 2 years ago.

for a treatment of one complaint, you get a gift of other one--for example ---treatment of nephrites or nephotic syndrom large amount of prednisolon being prescribed in a tapering dose--- still you get this complication and treat with first two you said Answered by Irish Umin 2 years ago.

among these drugs timolol is the drug of choice. Answered by Vince Biener 2 years ago.


Could my eyedrops be the reason why my eyelashes are almost always falling out?
I have maintainance for my eyes. Eyedrops for anti-glaucoma: alphagan P, trusopt, lumigan. Asked by Dorie Empfield 2 years ago.

Unless your doing anything else to your eyes besides using eye drops on them, then its the eye drops. Answered by Arline Prohonic 2 years ago.

Yes it could be the reason that why it falling out all the time. Answered by Burma Persing 2 years ago.

eyelashes fall out very frequently and re-grow all the time.. eyedrops have nothin to do with that.. Answered by Ozie Delung 2 years ago.

That could very well play a factor in your problem. Talk to your doctor! Answered by Teisha Giesing 2 years ago.

yes they could. um u might wanna see a dr to double check and to get something about that Answered by Heriberto Dench 2 years ago.

of course and perhaps rubbing them alot Answered by Blake Tolefree 2 years ago.

omg yes. get another brand of eye drops please Answered by Cody Francour 2 years ago.


What causes glaucoma?
I have early signs of glaucoma. I take alphagan (P) eye drops 3 times a day to keep my pressure down. Asked by Ambrose Litwiler 2 years ago.

Well, there are no obvious clinical signs of glaucoma (at least in the early stages). The only test to determine if you have glaucoma is at the eye doctor. Glaucoma is a disease of the eye caused by increased pressure from various factors such as age or disease. I was diagnosed with glaucoma at age 30 caused by a malformation of the eyeball (due to my bad vision) causing the iris to slough off, therefore clogging the drain in the eyeball. When this drain becomes blocked, the pressure rises, causing glaucoma. I had laser surgery for the iris sloughing and use eyedrops. Answered by Raymond Sedivy 2 years ago.


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