Селективные агонисты <х2-адренорецепторов в лечении глаукомы

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В обзоре рассматриваются ключевые фармакотерапевтиче-ские характеристики селективных агонистов адренорецепто-ров, включая аффинность к адренорецепторам, гипотензивный механизм и возможные способы нейропротекторного действия. Также приведено сравнение профилей эффективности и безопасности бримонидина и других антиглаукомных препаратов.

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Алевтина Евгеньевна Дугина
Центр микрохирургии глаза Дорожной клинической больницы им. Н.А. Семашко
Россия


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Для цитирования: Дугина А.Е. Селективные агонисты <х2-адренорецепторов в лечении глаукомы. Национальный журнал глаукома. 2014;13(3):95-100.

For citation: Dugina A.E. Selective of a2-adrenoceptor agonists in glaucoma treatment. National Journal glaucoma. 2014;13(3):95-100. (In Russ.)

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