What is the treatment for severe dry eye after Lasix (furosemide) surgery?

Plugs,drops,ointment. Dry eye is a very common side effect from lasik. First use preservative free artificial tears 4-5/day. Then consider punctal plugs to block the tear drains. You can also consider ointment at bedtime and/or Restasis twice a day. Also, drink more water, sleep more, don't have a fan blowing in you face and wear sunglasses when outside.
Dry eye. Dry eye after lasik surgery is treated with non-preservative artificial tears during the day, ointment at night, warm compresses, and omega-3 fatty acid supplementation. If persistent symptoms, Restasis and bilateral lower lid plugs may be placed. See your eye doctor.

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I don't understand the differences between all those eye correction surgeries. Are lasik and Lasix (furosemide) the same thing?

LASIK. Lasik is a surgery where a flap is made in the cornea, either with a laser or a blade, and a laser is used to reshape the cornea to decrease the need for glasses. Lasix (furosemide) is a medication that is used to remove fluid from the body when people have heart problems. Read more...
Here's a summary. Lasik, prk, epi-lasik and surface ablation are similar ways a laser changes the shape of the front of the eye (cornea) in order to correct for nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism (laser vision correction surgery). Lasik is often confused with the blood pressure medicine Lasix (furosemide) (furosamide). Read more...
No. Lots of terminology in vision correction surgery, such as lasik (laser in situ keratomileusis). Lasix (furosemide) is not a surgery, but a brand medication in the diuretic class generally used for high blood pressure and other conditions. Read more...