Korean J Ophthalmol.  1988 Jun;2(1):44-47. 10.3341/kjo.1988.2.1.44.

Clinical evaluation of Arflur (flurbiprofen) in acute iridocyclitis

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  • 1Department of Ophthalmology, Nizamia General Hospifal, Hyderabad, India.

Abstract

A comparative clinical study was performed on 54 cases of acute iridocyclitis. 27 cases were given Arflur (flurbiprofen) 50 mg three times a day orally and mydriatic and chloramphenicol instillation therapy. 27 cases were given cortisone 0.25 mg three times a day orally along with cortisone and mydriatic eye drops in the affected eye. These cases were followed-up for 21 days. The Arflur group exhibited encouraging results in decreasing the severity of the acute conditions, and it is suggested that Arflur can be used safely as a substitute for cortisone in acute iridocyclitis.

Keyword

acute iridocyclitis; flurbiprofen; cortisone
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