Floaters don't need to be treated. You get used to them and don't see them anymore. I don't think I'd have anything injected into my eye, just for floaters. I have them, and it didn't take long for me to not even see them.
No. Vitrase is not for injection in the eye and I doubt if it would help floaters anyway. It causes corneal damage if it comes in contact with the cornea.
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