glaucoma patients using two new eyedrops called Lumigan (bimatoprost) and Travatan (travoprost)

You'll see glaucoma patients using two new eyedrops called Lumigan (bimatoprost, Allergan) and Travatan (travoprost, Alcon).

They're prostaglandin analogues...similar to Xalatan (latanoprost) and Rescula (unoprostone).

These drugs work by increasing the outflow of aqueous humor. They're used second-line...after other treatments for glaucoma fail.

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