ISOFLUROPHATE (DFP) IN THE HANDLING OF ESOTROPIA.

@article{Wheeler1964ISOFLUROPHATEI,
  title={ISOFLUROPHATE (DFP) IN THE HANDLING OF ESOTROPIA.},
  author={Maynard C. Wheeler},
  journal={Archives of ophthalmology},
  year={1964},
  volume={71},
  pages={
          298-302
        }
}
It was just ten years ago that we began to use isoflurophate (DFP; Floropryl) in strabismus cases. We are indebted to S. V. Abraham 1,2 for giving us the courage to try this drug after we had been dissatisfied with pilocarpine. After experimenting with various dilutions, we settled on 0.025% as the most practical (that was the weakest dilution that the manufacturer considered stable enough to put on the market in ointment form), and when we found a druggist who would make the dilution properly… CONTINUE READING
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