What is dapiprazole (Rev-Eyes)?

Dapiprazole is no longer available in the United States.

Dapiprazole (Rev-Eyes) is an eye medication used to constrict the pupils of the eyes after an eye examination. It is used to reverse the effect of pupil dilation caused by other drugs given before an eye exam. It is sometimes prescribed for other reasons. However, dapiprazole ophthalmic is no longer available in the US, so if you are currently using dapiprazole ophthalmic, you should ask your doctor about switching to another treatment.

It is important to properly handle eye drops to prevent infection. Also, you should use a clean tissue to wipe away excess medication if it drips out of your eye. You may need someone to help you put the eye drops in.

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