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How Supplied


ILEVRO (nepafenac ophthalmic suspension), 0.3% is indicated for the treatment of pain and inflammation associated with cataract surgery.


Recommended Dosing

One drop of ILEVRO (nepafenac ophthalmic suspension), 0.3% should be applied to the affected eye one-time-daily beginning 1 day prior to cataract surgery, continued on the day of surgery and through the first 2 weeks of the postoperative period. An additional drop should be administered 30 to 120 minutes prior to surgery.

Use With Other Topical Ophthalmic Medications

ILEVRO (nepafenac ophthalmic suspension), 0.3% may be administered in conjunction with other topical ophthalmic medications such as beta-blockers, carbonic anhydrase inhibitors, alpha-agonists, cycloplegics, and mydriatics.

If more than one topical ophthalmic medication is being used, the medicines must be administered at least 5 minutes apart.


Dosage Forms And Strengths

Sterile Ophthalmic Suspension 0.3%

1.7 mL in a 4 mL bottle
3 mL in a 4 mL bottle

Storage And Handling

ILEVRO (nepafenac ophthalmic suspension), 0.3% is supplied in a white, oval, low density polyethylene DROP-TAINER® dispenser with a natural low density polyethylene dispensing plug and gray polypropylene cap presented in an overwrap (1.7mL fill only). Tamper evidence is provided with a shrink band around the closure and neck area of the package.

1.7 mL in 4 mL bottle NDC 0065-1750-07
3mL in 4 mL bottle NDC 0065-1750-14


Store at 2 - 25°C (36 - 77°F).

Protect from light.

Alcon Laboratories, Inc. Fort Worth, Texas 76134 USA. Rev: Feb 2014

This monograph has been modified to include the generic and brand name in many instances.

Last reviewed on RxList: 12/14/2015

How Supplied

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