Nevanac, or nepafenac ophthalmic, is an ophthalmic anti-inflammatory agents drug. Nevanac is a medication that is used to treat redness, inflammation, and swelling of the eye or eyes of the patient. Nevanac does not need to be administered by a doctor or other health care professional as Nevanac is an eye drop medication. It is important to note that when using Nevanac one must be wary of how many eye drops they are using at a time. Always follow the dosage given by your doctor and inform your doctor if you are experiencing any issues with the medication. Nevanac is a prescription drug that is used to reduce eye pain, inflammation and redness after a cataract eye surgery. Nevanac is categorized under a class of medications known as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medicines (NSAIDs). Nevanac works by interfering with the activities of certain substances (prostaglandins) created by naturally by the body. Nevanac should not be used for more than two weeks after cataract surgery unless under the direction of your doctor or pharmacist. Individual Nevanac dose is based on the strength of the eye drops prescribed and as such, it may differ from one person to the other. Be sure to ask your doctor about your particular dose or read the product’s label.
Drug Name: Nevanac
Generic name: Nepafenac