WHAT IS THE USE OF AVASTIN?
macular degeneration (AMD). It is also used to effectively treat diabetic eye
disease and other problems of the retina or the eye. It is injected into the eye
using a small needle to help slow vision loss due to these diseases.
is the brand name for the drug, which is called bevacizumab.
Avastin blocks the growth of abnormal blood vessels in the back of the eye. These
abnormal blood vessels can rupture and leak and affect vision, causing vision
loss from wet AMD and diabetic eye disease.
is one of several anti-VEGF
treatments that are injected
into the eye using a fine small needle.
treat different types of cancers. Its
use to treat eye disease is considered an “off-label” use. The FDA approves and
allows “off label” drug use if doctors are well informed about the product and
studies prove the drug is helpful.
individual to individual. It is important to understand the risks and benefits of
any treatment you may undergo. Use of Avastin may
cause these problems:
the retina lifts up from the back of the eye)
- cataracts (clouding of the eye’s
normally clear lens)
- eye redness
extra sensitive to light
- eye pain
in vision, including blurriness, floaters, and seeing double
- dry or itchy eyes
like something is in your eye
within a few days of Avastin treatment.
If you have any questions
about your eyes or your vision, be sure to ask. Your ophthalmologist is
committed to protecting your sight.
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