Drug information of hypromellose


Hypromellose is used as a surgical aid in certain eye surgeries, such as cataract removal and lens implantation procedures. It helps maintain the shape of the eye during surgery as well as protect the tissues of the eye from damage due to surgical instruments.


Proper Use of hypromellose
A doctor will give you hypromellose during your eye surgery.


Make sure you tell your doctor if you have any other medical problems, especially: Diabetes—May cause side effects to become worse. Glaucoma, history of—May make this condition worse.

Points of recommendation

Serious eye problems may occur after treatment with hypromellose. Check with your doctor right away if your eye becomes red, sensitive to light, or painful, or you develop a change in vision several days after your treatment. Also tell your doctor if you are having headaches, nausea, or excessive eye tearing

Pregnancy level


Ask a Pharmacist

User's questions
    No comments yet.