Sodium Hyaluronate (Eye P.) Pharmacology
Sodium Hyaluronate (Eye P.)
Sodium hyaluronate occurs naturally on the corneal endothelium, bound to specific receptors. The natural sodium hyaluronate layer on the corneal endothelium is reduced during irrigation, but can be restored by exogenous sodium hyaluronate. It has high affinity to the receptors and act as scavengers by neutralizing the free radicals formed during cataract surgery using ultrasound. Sodium hyaluronate protects corneal endothelial cells and other ocular structures. It does not interfere with epithelialization and normal wound healing.
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2. Postoperative, inflammatory reactions (iritis, hypopyon)
3. Corneal edema
2. Remove some of the sodium hyaluronate by irrigation and/or aspiration at the close of surgery.
3. Carefully monitor intraocular pressure, especially during the immediate postoperative period. If significant rises are observed, treat with appropriate therapy.
4. When air is used in conjunction with sodium hyaluronate, care should be taken to avoid trapping the air behind the iris
1. Intra- and extra capsular cataract surgery
2. Intraocular lens (IOL) implantation
4. Glaucoma surgery
5. Post-trauma surgery
6. Vitreous replacement after vitrectomy and retinal detachment surgery
7. Corneal transplant surgery
8. Glaucoma filtration
Cataract Surgery: A sufficient amount of sodium hyaluronate is slowly and carefully introduced into the anterior chamber to replace the aqueous humor before any instrument is introduced into the eye. Filling the anterior chamber and the capsular bag facilitates in-the-bag implantation. Additional sodium hyaluronate can be injected during surgery to replace any sodium hyaluronate lost during surgical manipulation
Glaucoma Filtration Surgery: In trabeculectomy, sodium hyaluronate is injected slowly and carefully through a corneal paracentesis to reconstitute the anterior chamber. Further injection can be continued to allow it to extrude into the subconjunctival filtration site through and around the sutured outer scleral flap.
Corneal Transplant Surgery: During trepanation of the cornea, the anterior chamber is filled with sodium hyaluronate. The donor graft can then be placed on top of the bed of sodium hyaluronate and sutured in place. Additional drops may be injected to replace any sodium hyaluronate lost as a result of surgical manipulation.
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