What is Nevanac?

Nepafenac is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), usually sold as a prescription eye drop 0.1% solution. Nepafenac is manufactured by Alcon and sold under the trade name Nevanac. It is used to treat pain and inflammation associated with cataract surgery.

The usual dose is one drop, thrice a day, in each affected eye beginning one day prior to cataract surgery, continued on the day of surgery and through the first two weeks of the postoperative period.

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My retina was detached on February'2012. It was attached by inserting an oil inside my eye ball. After six months the oil was again taken out by...

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Thanks for the query..
Visual prognosis after a retinal detachment surgery depends on the type of detachment, the time interval between the...

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I'm taking prednisolone, vigamox, and nevanac eye drops following cataract surgery 4 days ago. Next day came down with terrible cold, coughing,...

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you must have previous allergy history and medicines used triggered the allergy in sinus
as mucus secretions increases in sinus it putpressure on...

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I misunderstood my physician post cataract surgery orders. I accidently discontinued nevanac after 4 days and discontinued ped forte after 10 days....

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You should not have dis continued the medication.Now that you have restated the medication, you may consult the doctor who operated you. To know...

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