The best antibiotic to secure your eye in post cataract prophylaxis, eliminating dangerous bacteria and preventing endophthalmitis


0.5% Moxifloxacin


Moxifloxacin ophthalmic (eye) solution is used to treat infections of the eye, such as bacterial conjunctivitis. Moxifloxacin belongs to a group of medicines called fluoroquinolone antibiotics. It works by killing bacteria that cause conjunctivitis. For post cataract prophylaxis


  • : One drop 3 times a day for 7 days. For cataract as advised by the doctor
  • Moxifloxacin versus Gatifloxacin versus ofloxacin, versus levofloxacin, versus Ciprofloxacin
  • Moxifloxacin studies in preventing endopthalmitis, bacterial conjunctivitis treatment.
  • Moxifloxacin studies in clearing adnexial bacterial count, providing ocular surface security and clearing mrsa and vrsa
1 Moxifloxacin for treating gram negative and gram positive conjunctivitis, cataract prophylaxis, post lasik prophylaxis
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What Causes Cataracts?

Aging is the most common cause. This is due to normal eye changes that happen starting around age 40. That is when normal proteins in the lens start to break down. This is what causes the lens to get cloudy. People over age 60 usually start to have some clouding of their lenses. However, vision problems may not happen until years later.

Other reasons you may get cataracts include:

  • having parents, brothers, sisters, or other family members who have cataracts
  • having certain medical problems, such as diabetes
  • having had an eye injury, eye surgery, or radiation treatments on your upper body
  • having spent a lot of time in the sun, especially without sunglasses that protect your eyes from damaging ultraviolet (UV) rays
  • using certain medications such as corticosteroids, which may cause early formation of cataracts.

Most age-related cataracts develop gradually. Other cataracts can develop more quickly, such as those in younger people or those in people with diabetes. Doctors cannot predict how quickly a person’s cataract will develop.

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