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How effective is prednisolone (omnipred) for treating uveitis?

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Dr. John Josephson
Ophthalmology 15 years experience
Effective: omnipred is one of the types of prednisolone and in my experience at the appropriate dosage works well. some generic brands seem to not work as well. Good luck
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How effective is prednisolone (Flo-PRED) for treating uveitis?

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Dr. Sandra Lora Cremers
Ophthalmology 26 years experience
Very effective: Prednisolone drops (used up to every hour) is very effective. Sometimes oral steroids or injection of steroids around the eye are needed.
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