Hypochlorous Acid Disinfection Prior to Cataract Surgery

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    Loma Linda University
Updated on 3 February 2023


Antibiotics are commonly utilized to reduce the bacterial population of the eye prior to surgery with the assumption that this reduces the risk of endophthalmitis, although it is not clear if this actually occurs. This study will investigate the use of Hypochlorous Acid, a commercially available over the counter (OTC) medication to see if this will reduce the bacterial population prior the cataract surgery.

Condition Cataract, Endophthalmitis
Treatment Hypochlorous Acid Gel 0.02%
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT04568213
SponsorLoma Linda University
Last Modified on3 February 2023

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