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Bromfenac, Prolensa and Bromday



Type of Spiritual Experience



A description of the experience

Bromfenac is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) marketed in the US as an ophthalmic solution (current brand names Prolensa and Bromday, prior formulation brand name Xibrom, which has since been discontinued.)  for short-term, local use.

Prolensa and Bromday are the once-daily formulation of bromfenac, while Xibrom was approved for twice-daily administration. Bromfenac is indicated for the treatment of ocular inflammation and pain after cataract surgery.

As an eye drop, it has been available since 2000. It was first FDA approved for use in the United States in 2005, and it was marketed as Xibrom, twice-daily. In October 2010 Bromday received FDA approval as a new, once-daily formulation. More recently, in 2013, Prolensa has also been approved by the FDA. The bromfenac molecule will be marketed in Europe and other worldwide markets.

Bromfenac was formerly marketed in the United States as an oral formulation called Duract for short-term relief of pain (less than 10 days at a time). It was brought to market in July, 1997, and was withdrawn June 22, 1998 following numerous reports of hepatotoxicity in patients who had taken the medication for longer than the recommended 10-day period. The dose was one 25 mg capsule every 6 to 8 hours, or two capsules if taken with a high-fat meal, up to a maximum of 150 mg per day.

The FDA approval for Bromday is for use one day before and two weeks following cataract surgery for the treatment of ocular inflammation and pain.

On Aug, 19, 2015: 84 people reported to have side effects when taking Bromfenac sodium. Among them, 2 people (2.38%) have Death.

Trend of Death in Bromfenac sodium reports






The source of the experience


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Science Items

Activities and commonsteps



Eye disease treatments