Topical cyclosporine A effective therapy before, following refractive surgery

Topical cyclosporine A was found to be an effective therapy for optimizing patients prior to refractive surgery, as well as for the treatment of new-onset or worsened dry eye following surgery, according to researchers.Researchers retrospectively analyzed 1,056 patients who were screened for refractive surgery during a 5-year period to assess levels of pre- and postoperative dry eye, as well as patients’ responsiveness to topical cyclosporine A treatment.

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