Post cataract surgery steroid eye drops

Retinal swelling: Swelling of the retina , called macular edema , can sometimes occur after cataract surgery. The surgical process causes inflammation inside of the eye. The steroid and anti-inflammatory drops prescribed after cataract surgery usually help this inflammation to resolve without problems. However, the portion of the retina responsible for central vision, the macula, sometimes can become swollen after cataract surgery due to intraocular inflammation. Eyedrops can typically be prescribed that over the course of several weeks help resolve macular edema, though sometimes injections of steroids or surgery are needed to help improve the condition.

Traditionally, ophthalmologists prescribed two or three eye drop medications that needed to be instilled into the operated eye 3 or 4 times a day, for 4 to 6 weeks. Proper use of these medications is critical for preventing postoperative vision threatening complications such as Endophthalmitis and Cystoid Macular Edema (CME).  In addition to some of these prescription medications costing patients hundreds of out-of-pocket dollars, patients often forgot to put them in and many had physical difficulties with handling the bottles and assuring the proper amount of medication got into the eye.

The surgery is performed on an OUTPATIENT basis meaning your pet will go home the same day the surgery is performed. This surgery is approximately 95% successful however, the results can be variable based on individual cases initial findings. With a successful surgery most patients regain near normal vision, although most are slightly far sighted. As a result, their vision is slightly out of focus when viewing objects at a close distance (a few feet). Most pets experience improved vision immediately and vision typically continues to improve over the 3 to 7 days following surgery.

my dad(diabetic) had 140 fasting on the morning of diabetologist told the nurse on phone to give 4 units of he was given…and in an hour,his level came down to surgery was the night after surgery..his ocular pressure had increased,he had mannitol to reduce pressure was gvn only next day…when v reported agin to later tht day v came to knw tht diabetologist was denying tht he said the nurse to gv insulin to my mean he was like i first said the nurse to give bt then later dont know y he behaved tht day,isnt 140 more for fasting,n gvn insulin must have only benefitted him na??
Now 3 wks later,when he is facing probs with vision, n also floaters,doc(opthlmologist) has told he has gt retianl swelling,he was gvn tricot inj. n he is on acular eye drops now for gv info.

Post cataract surgery steroid eye drops

post cataract surgery steroid eye drops

my dad(diabetic) had 140 fasting on the morning of diabetologist told the nurse on phone to give 4 units of he was given…and in an hour,his level came down to surgery was the night after surgery..his ocular pressure had increased,he had mannitol to reduce pressure was gvn only next day…when v reported agin to later tht day v came to knw tht diabetologist was denying tht he said the nurse to gv insulin to my mean he was like i first said the nurse to give bt then later dont know y he behaved tht day,isnt 140 more for fasting,n gvn insulin must have only benefitted him na??
Now 3 wks later,when he is facing probs with vision, n also floaters,doc(opthlmologist) has told he has gt retianl swelling,he was gvn tricot inj. n he is on acular eye drops now for gv info.

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