Prednisolone- Anti-Inflammatory Drugs- Indications, Dosage, Contraindications, ADRs

Category of Drug Prednisolone- Anti-Inflammatory Drugs is Ophthalmological Preparations drug
Mechanism of Action 
Indications Prednisolone- Anti-Inflammatory Drugs is used for
1. Short-term local treatment of inflammation of the eye
2. Malignant disease
3. Inflammatory and allergic reactions
Well Known
Pharmaceutical Brands
Available dosage forms 1. TABLETS
Contraindications 1. Undiagnosed ‘red eye’ caused by herpetic keratitis
2. Glaucoma
3. Viral diseases of the cornea
and conjunctiva
Precautions 1. Cataract
2. Corneal thinning
3. Corneal or conjunctival infection
4. Discontinue treatment
if no improvement within 7 days
5. Risk of adrenal suppression after prolonged use in infant
6. Hepatic impairment
7. Interactions
8. Lactation
9. Pregnancy
Adverse Effects1. Secondary ocular infection
2. Impaired corneal healing
3. Optic nerve damage
4. Cataract
5. Glaucoma
6. Mydriasis
7. Ptosis
8. Epithelial punctate keratitis
9. Hypersensitivity reactions
Pregnancy Category C

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