Acetamide Tablet is used to treat eye conditions called glaucoma. It contains a medicine called acetazolamide. In Glaucoma, the nerve which connects our eye to our brain is injured mainly because of the high eye pressure. It can also cause blindness if not treated early. Acetamide Tablet works by reducing the production of fluid in the eye and thus reduces the pressure inside the eye....
Q: What is Acetamide Tablet used for?
A: Acetamide Tablet is used for reducing pressure inside the eye for an eye condition known as Glaucoma.
Q: Can I take Acetamide Tablet after cataract surgery?
A: No, this should only be used when prescribed by a doctor and for the condition that it is prescribed for.
Q: What are the side effects of Acetamide Tablet?
A: You may experience dizziness, lightheadedness and increased urine output especially during the initial days of the treatment. Dry mouth, nausea, blurred vision, loss of appetite may also be experienced by a few individuals treated with this medicine.