Eye-drops that belong to the family of steroids, also called corticosteroids. They are anti-inflammatory and serve to decrease scarring. They are given after intraocular surgeries, such as cataract and glaucoma surgery. After glaucoma surgery, they are initially given very frequently (starting with one drop every hour, during the day), and then the dose is very …
This website was written by Prof. Eytan Blumenthal, to better understand glaucoma & cataract. This information should not replace medical consultation.
This website was written in its entirety by Prof. Eytan Blumenthal to help glaucoma and cataract patients better understand their condition. This information is not medical advice, nor replaces medical consultation.