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Who should not receive carbachol intraocular solution?

Carbachol intraocular solution should be used cautiously in people with asthma, acute heart failure, high or low blood pressure, difficulty urinating, epilepsy, hyperthyroidism, peptic ulcer, urinary tract obstruction, G.I. spasm and Parkinson's disease. The safety of this drug in children has not been established. There appears to be no difference in effectiveness or safety based on the age of adult patients. This drug should not be used if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. You may want to avoid this drug if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

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