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What is Durysta?

DURYSTA helps to lower eye pressure in patients with open angle glaucoma or high eye pressure.  (ocular hypertension). 

DURYSTA is a tiny, dissolvable implant your eye doctor places in your eye.

As DURYSTA dissolves, it automatically releases medicine to help reduce high pressure inside your eye.  DURYSTA is a drug delivery system for your eye.  It is a dissolvable implant, administered one time by your eye doctor. DURYSTA should not be given in the same eye more than once.

Just one DURYSTA implant works for several months.  In clinical studies for DURYSTA, eye pressure was reduced for 15 weeks. 

The most common side effect involving the eyes reported in patients using DURYSTA was eye redness.  Other common side effects reported were:  feeling like something is in your eye, eye pain, being sensitive to light, a blood spot on the white of your eye, dry eye, eye irritation, increased eye pressure, a loss of cells on the inner layer of the cornea, blurry vision, inflammation of the iris, and headache. 

FAQs

How is it done? And, how long does DURYSTA last?

DURYSTA is placed directly inside your eye, one time per eye, by your eye doctor.  DURYSTA is a drug delivery system for your eye.   It is a dissolvable implant, administered one time by your eye doctor.  DURYSTA should not be given in the same eye more than once.  One DURYSTA implant lasts for several months.

In 2 clinical studies for DURYSTA, eye pressure was reduced for 15 weeks.

It is important to follow your eye doctor’s instructions closely.  After you receive DURYSTA, you must be monitored by your eye doctor.

Does DURYSTA have any side effects?

The most common side effect involving the eyes reported in patients using DURYSTA was eye redness.  Other common side effects reported were feeling like the is something in the eye, eye pain, light sensitivity, a blood spot on the white of your eye, dry eye, eye irritation, increased eye pressure, a loss of cells on the inner layer of the cornea, blurry vision, inflammation of the iris , and headache. 

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