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How Do You Put Drops In Your Eyes After Cataract Surgery



Post-Op Drops for Cataract Surgery After your cataract surgery, you need to take antibiotic and anti-inflammatory eye drops. While the specifics may vary, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust recommends the following: Chloramphenicol, one drop a day for two weeks Dexamethasone, four drops a day for four weeks What drops to use after cataract surgery? The following drops should be applied to your operated eye only, starting the morning after surgery. Chloramphenicol One drop, four times Antibiotic (store in fridge) a day for 2 weeks, then stop. Dexamethasone One drop, four times Anti- (Maxidex) a day for 4 weeks, inflammatory then stop. Cataract surgery

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