Buy Nevanac for patients that are just recovering from cataract surgery. It has the generic name of nepafenac, and is used to soothe some of the postoperative symptoms and pain associated with cataract surgery.
What makes a good candidate?
This medication is best used by patients that have felt some irritation in their eye following a cataract surgery.
Areas Treated with Nevanac
This solution targets the eyes.
How does Nevanac work?
Nepafenac belongs to the group of medications known as NSAIDs, or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. These medications combat symptoms and reduce the pain, swelling, and inflammation that are a result of cataract surgery. This solution can actually also be used both before and after surgery. Each 1ml of Nevanac contains 1mg nepafenac at 0.1%, as well as mannitol, carbomer 974P, tyloxapol, edetate disodium, sodium chloride, sodium hydroxide, and hydrochloric acid for pH adjustment. It will also have purified water and the preservative benzalkonium chloride at 0.005%.
Patient needs to ensure that their hands are clean or sanitized before applying this medication properly. The tip of the tube should not touch the eye, or any other surface of the body. The patient should tilt their head back, look up, and then pull down the lower eyelid of the affected eye/s. One drop of the solution should be placed on each affected eye, and then the patient must close their eyes for 2 to 3 minutes. The eye should not be rubbed. The patient should not use medication with contact lenses on, and the lenses should be put back in after 15 minutes have passed after application.
How long does Nevanac last?
The medication should be repeated as often and for as long as the doctor recommends.
Any patients who have demonstrated hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients in Nevanac, or any other NSAID should not use it. Patients should also avoid the solution if they have developed asthma, itching, or a runny nose after taking NSAIDs or ASA. If a missed dose were to happen, the patient should not double-dose to make up for it.
Other Side Effects
Less serious possible side effects of Nevanac are:
- Slight eye pain
- Eye discharge
- Itchy eyes
- Dry eyes
- Watery eyes
Serious side effects of this medicine include:
- Increased blood pressure
- Inflamed surface of the eye
- Increased sensitivity to light
- Signs of allergic reaction
- Reduce vision
For a complete list of possible side-effects please consult the included package insert.
Patients should not use any contact lenses that have not been approved by the doctor. No other eye medication should be used unless cleared by the doctor either. Patient should also avoid driving or any activity that requires being able to see clearly when making use of this medication.
Cost of Nevanac
Nevanac on average costs $3 for each 5ml bottle.
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