Generic Medicine Info
Indications and Dosage
Inhibition of intraoperative miosis
Adult: As a 1% solution: Instil 2 drops every 4 hr during the day before surgery, then 2 drops 3 hr, 2 hr then 1 hr before surgery.
Active herpes simplex keratitis.
Adverse Reactions
Eye discomfort, itching, redness, iritis, pain, chemosis, photophobia, hypersensitivity, punctate epithelial staining (rare).
Drug Interactions
Concurrent use inactivates actions of acetylcholine and carbachol ophthalmic preparations.
Description: Suprofen is an NSAID which inhibits miosis during ocular surgery.
MIMS Class
Other Eye Preparations
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