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Ophthalmic anti-inflammatory agents

What are Ophthalmic anti-inflammatory agents?

Ophthalmic anti-inflammatory agents are products formulated to be applied in the eyes, to reduce pain or to treat inflammation. Anti-inflammatory agents act against one or more of the mediators that cause inflammation and reduce irritation and swelling in the eyes. Anti-inflammatory eye drops are used after surgery to relieve pain.

List of Ophthalmic anti-inflammatory agents:

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Drug Name Avg. Rating Reviews
Xiidra (Pro)
Generic name: lifitegrast
4.2
384 reviews
Restasis (Pro)
Generic name: cyclosporine
4.5
186 reviews
Cequa (Pro)
Generic name: cyclosporine
3.8
18 reviews
Prolensa (Pro)
Generic name: bromfenac
7.1
6 reviews
BromSite (Pro)
Generic name: bromfenac
7.4
5 reviews
Nevanac (Pro)
Generic name: nepafenac
9.0
2 reviews
Acuvail (Pro)
Generic name: ketorolac
9.0
1 review
Acular LS (Pro)
Generic name: ketorolac
9.0
1 review
Acular (Pro)
Generic name: ketorolac
4.5
1 review
Xibrom (Pro)
Generic name: bromfenac
No reviews
Voltaren Ophthalmic (Pro)
Generic name: diclofenac
No reviews
Verkazia
Generic name: cyclosporine
No reviews
Profenal
Generic name: suprofen
No reviews
Ocufen (Pro)
Generic name: flurbiprofen
No reviews
Bromday (Pro)
Generic name: bromfenac
10
No reviews
Acular PF (Pro)
Generic name: ketorolac
1.0
No reviews
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