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Corneal Edema

Corneal Edema is the swelling of the cornea following ocular surgery, trauma, infection, inflammation as well as a secondary result of various ocular diseases. Corneal edema can also occur following over-wear of certain types of contact lenses.  The cornea is part of the eye's focusing system that transmits and focuses light into the eye. When the cornea swells, it may impair transmission of light possibly decreasing vision. Bausch + Lomb creates products for temporary daytime and nighttime relief from corneal edema.

Muro 128 5% (Sodium Chloride Hypertonicity Ophthalmic Solution, 5%)
Muro 128® Solution offers effective daytime temporary relief when you suffer from corneal edema.
Muro 128 5% Ointment
Muro 128 5% Ointment (Sodium Chloride Hypertonicity Ophthalmic Ointment, 5%)
Muro 128® Ointment offers effective night time temporary relief when you suffer from corneal edema.