Figure 3. Effects of the four anti-inflammatory eye drops on cell damage of cultured HCECs. HCECs were treated with 0.001%, 0.002%,
and 0.010% eye drops for 24 h (n=4). Cell supernatants were collected and detected by LDH assay. LDH release after exposure
of cells to the eye drops was concentration dependent. Diclofenac Sodium Eye Drops showed the most significant toxicity among
the four eye drops at the three concentration groups. At the higher 0.010% concentration, all four eye drops caused apparent
cell damage and LDH releasing, and the differences among them became less significant.