A patient on treatment for glaucoma develops blepharoconjunctivitis. Which of the following drugs is implicated for this condition?
a. Dipivefrin is a prodrug of epinephrine. it is indicated as initial therapy for the control of intraocular pressure in chronic open-angle glaucoma.
b. Dipivefrin is used in the treatment of secondary glaucoma.
c. Epinephrine related compounds, effective in intraocular pressure reduction, could cause vasoconstriction-vasodilatation rebound phenomenon leading to a red eye.
d. Ocular and skin allergies from topical epinephrine, related prodrug formulations, and apraclonidine are common.