NSAIDs Alone After Cataract Surgery—A Better Choice

by | September 2012

Although corticosteroids are commonly prescribed after cataract surgery, they may not be necessary. The new topical NSAIDs are at least as potent, safer, and require less frequent dosing. Ocular inflammation after cataract surgery is characterized by pain, redness, and often by some temporary loss of visual acuity.

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