CLINICAL PEARL-TAKING SIDES ON EYE DROPS

To instill eye drops properly, place the medication in the lateral canthus and pinch the medial canthus “drain.” This prevents some of the drop from reaching the nasal mucosa, which can cause systemic effects, especially in the case of beta blockers.
—Craig Freyer, MD, Fort Worth, Tex. (102-22)

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