The cornea is the major focusing structure of the human eye. Corneal oedema is the retention of excess fluid within one or multiple layers of the cornea. It is often a secondary side effect of eye surgery, especially cataract surgery, but even a common sign of acute or protracted corneal disease of various aetiologies.
The primary therapeutic goal is to control the underlying cause of corneal oedema, reducing the accumulation of fluids, and enhancing the patient’s quality of life by reducing discomfort and improving visual acuity.
NTC offers two hypertonic formulations, one for the day and one for the night, to support the ophthalmologists in resolving the problems caused by corneal oedema, to make the patient to “see better”.