Cataract/anterior segment

Patients who underwent cataract surgery, preferred a combination drop (prednisolone acetate 1%, gatifloxacin 0.5%, and bromfenac sodium 0.075%) compared to the same individual eye drop medications post-surgery, according to a study published in Clinical Ophthalmology.

“Post ocular surgery, patients are usually required to instill multiple topical drops to prevent infection, inflammation, and pain, often with a different bottle used for each drop,” said John Saharek,…


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  1. Jun 04, 2020

Patients prefer dropless medication after cataract surgery

Patients preferred dropless medication following cataract surgery, according to study data presented at the 2020 ASCRS Virtual Meeting.

In this study, patient experience with a dropless medication, including insert dexamethason, intracameral…

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  1. Jul 16, 2020

Combination drop preferred over standard drop regimen after cataract surgery

Patients who underwent cataract surgery, preferred a combination drop (prednisolone acetate 1%, gatifloxacin 0.5%, and bromfenac sodium 0.075%) compared to the same individual eye drop medications post-surgery, according to a study published in…