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Durezol (difluprednate) Ophthalmic Emulsion


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    Durezol is a prescription eye medication that your doctor may prescribe for inflammation and pain after or surgery or for the treatment of endogenous anterior uveitis.

    After eye surgery, the eye may become painful and inflamed during the healing process. Durezol helps to minimize these symptoms.

    Anterior uveitis is the inflammation of the eye’s middle layer, including the iris and ciliary body.

    Durezol is a topical corticosteroid that works by reducing inflammation and pain in the eyes.


    After surgery, the standard dose is one drop into the affected eye four times daily for two weeks and twice daily for weeks 3-4.

    For endogenous anterior uveitis, the standard dosage is one drop four times daily for 14 days.


    The active ingredient in Durezol is difluprednate.


    Tell your healthcare team about all medications you are taking before starting Durezol. It has the potential to interact with the following eye medications:

    • Acular
    • Acular LS
    • Acuvail
    • Bromfenac ophthalmic
    • BromSite
    • Diclofenac ophthalmic
    • Flurbiprofen ophthalmic
    • Ilevro
    • Ketorolac ophthalmic
    • Ketorolac/phenylephrine ophthalmic
    • Nepafenac ophthalmic
    • Nevanac
    • Omidria
    • Prolensa
    • Voltaren Ophthalmic


    If you are using this medication after surgery, it is not recommended to use the same bottle for both eyes.

    Do not let the dropper tip touch the surface of the eye to avoid contamination with bacteria or other microorganisms.

    Do not use Durezol while wearing contact lenses. Wait 15 minutes after applying the medication before placing contacts.

    Side Effects

    The most common Durezol eye drop side effects can include:

    • Anterior chamber inflammation
    • Blepharitis
    • Blurred vision
    • Cataract
    • Conjunctival edema
    • Corneal edema 
    • Crusting of the eyelid
    • Decreased visual acuity
    • Dry eye syndrome
    • Eye irritation
    • Eye pain
    • Eye pruritus
    • Headache
    • Increased intraocular pressure
    • Increased lacrimation
    • Ocular hyperemia
    • Photophobia
    • Uveitis

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    Durezol [package insert]. East Hanover, NJ: Novartis; 2020.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: The above information is intended to increase awareness of health information and does not suggest treatment or diagnosis. This information is not a substitute for individual medical attention and should not be construed to indicate that use of the drug is safe, appropriate, or effective for you. See your health care professional for medical advice and treatment.

    Product Code : 11587

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