Inhibition of an enzyme (cyclooxygenase) that is responsible for the prostaglandin production responsible for inflammatory reactions.
Not anti-inflammatory drugs containing cortisone are used for many inflammatory eye diseases, the cause of which is often not known, but the extent to which it is too low is the use of cortisone or Antibiotics not justified. Often a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug is also combined with an antibiotic. The following drugs are used: Diclofenac (Voltaren optha, Difen Stulln Ud), Flrbiprofen (Ocuflur), Indomethacin (Indocolir), Ketorolac (Acular). All drugs are available as eye drops and should be given into the affected eye 3-6 times a day.
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At times, the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs can cause stinging eyes and blurred vision. Allergic reaction have not yet been observed.
A combination with eye drops containing cortisone should not be carried out, as this can lead to increased ulceration of the cornea of the eye.