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A healthcare provider may use Mitosol during glaucoma surgery. This medication works by preventing new cell growth at the site of the surgery, which may cause the surgery to fail. Your healthcare provider will administer product during surgery. Although most people do not experience any problems with it, side effects are possible and may include infection, inflammation, and cataracts.
What Is Mitosol?
- Mitosol comes in the form of a powder that is dissolved in sterile water to form a liquid. It is applied directly to the eye during surgery.
- This medicine is normally applied by a healthcare provider in a healthcare setting.
- For Mitosol to work properly, it must be used as prescribed.