Ketorolac-tobramycin combination vs fluorometholone-tobramycin combination in reducing inflammation following phacoemulsification cataract extraction with scleral tunnel incision.
- Published Article
Ophthalmic surgery and lasers
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 2000
This study suggests that ketorolac may be an alternative to some corticosteroids (fluorometholone). It is generally accepted that fluorometholone is not as potent an anti-inflammatory as prednisolone the most commonly used steroid following cataract extraction.
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