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COMPARISON OF THE EFFECT OF TOPICAL BROMFENAC AND TOPICAL FLURBIPROFEN IN MAINTAINING MYDRIASIS DURING CATARACT SURGERY
by Dr. Chandan, 14 Aug 2020

At the time of cataract surgery one of the challenges a surgeon encounters is intraoperative miosis. This might increase the chances of intraoperative and postoperative complications. Thus maintainence of adequate pupillary dilatation is necessary during cataract surgery. Aim of the study was to compare the effectiveness of prophylactic administration of topical bromfenac (0.09 %) and topical flurbiprofen (0.03 %) in maintaining mydriasis during the cataract surgery. A total of 100 patients were randomly divided into two groups of 50 each. Group 1 received topical bromfenac (0.09 %) and Group 2 received topical flurbiprofen (0.03 %). The mean percentage loss of mydriasis from the baseline was lesser in bromfenac group compared to flurbiprofen group (p

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