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Durozel is a prescription eye drop that contains a steroid medication. It can be used to treat:
After surgery, the eye becomes inflamed as part of the healing process. However, symptoms of inflammation can be painful and irritating. Durezol works like other corticosteroids to reduce the response of the immune system and reduce these symptoms.
Anterior uveitis can be caused by multiple things, including a side effect of medication, eye injury, animal scratches, infections, or autoimmune disorders. Durezol reduces the inflammation associated with this condition.
The standard dosages are as follows:
Do not touch the tip of the eyedropper to the eye to avoid bacterial contamination of the bottle.
The active ingredient in this medication is difluprednate.
Durezol can interact with the following eye medications:
Wait 15 minutes after applying this medication before putting in contact lenses.
If used after surgery, the same bottle should not be used for both eyes.
The most common Durezol eye drops side effects include:
Buy Durezol eye drops from Canada Drugs Direct with a valid prescription.