NY eye doctor Satish Modi, M.D. of Seeta Eye Centers in Poughkeepsie, New York spoke to the Israel Ophthalmological Society at the Israel Museum of Art about the use of the anti-inflammatory eye drop Nevanac 0.3% which was just launched in Israel. Dr. Modi was one of the principal investigators that brought this eye drop to market in the U.S. Dr. Modi spoke to leading cataract surgeons as well as prominent retina specialists in Israel who also do cataract surgery about how this eye drop reduces retina swelling after cataract surgery and especially for patients with diabetic retinopathy after cataract surgery.
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