Effect of Apraclonidine and Diclofenac on Early Changes in Intraocular Pressure After Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty.

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Summary of "Effect of Apraclonidine and Diclofenac on Early Changes in Intraocular Pressure After Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty."

: Adjuvant diclofenac and apraclonidine eye drops given in conjunction with selective laser trabeculoplasty do not significantly impact medium-term intraocular pressure reduction compared to placebo, but apraclonidine can be used to blunt immediate post-laser pressure spikes.


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Name: Journal of glaucoma
ISSN: 1536-481X


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