Here is a complete list of commonly used ophthalmic medication, Corticosteroids and NSAIDs for you to print out or keep handy.
The last two ophthalmic medication (artificial tears and glaucoma medication) guides published by NGO have been received with such wonderful feedback that we’ve decided to bring you more. Over the coming months, we will provide ophthalmic medication guides covering allergy medications, and antibiotic drops.
Inflammation is one of the most common ocular conditions our patients present with each day. Whether it is a post-op patient trying to prevent complication, a corneal ulcer, conjunctivitis, or chronic dry eye, anti-inflammatory medications play a role in the treatment of an array of diagnoses. Familiarity with the ophthalmic medication options available will make your clinical decision making much easier.
Included below are tables consolidating both the ophthalmic medication corticosteroids and NSAIDs available for topical ophthalmic use.
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