It is imperative that an ophthalmic practitioner like any medical professional, must have a fundamental knowledge of pharmacology and the drugs used in day-to-day practice. This book provides basic knowledge about the pharmacology and therapeutics of such drugs. Divided into 23 chapters, the book covers a variety of drug groups used in ophthalmology, and also deals with routes of drug administration, pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics and adverse drug reactions. The text is supplemented by structural diagrams and other illustrations. The book is indispensable for postgraduate students in ophthalmology, practising professionals in this field, as well as students of pharmacology.