I am not an expert, but I have done a LOT of medical note taking on the subject of glaucoma and various other eye issues. Most say that it is perfectly normal for your vision to take up to six weeks to normalize -- surgery can change the shape, pressure, etc., which takes time to heal.
Econopred is an anti-inflammatory -- sounds like a really good thing if you don't want excessive pressure injuring your eye.
Ciplox helps prevent bacterial infection -- again, essential, especially if your natural tears are compromised by surgery, as they often are.
Cyclogyl -- it depends on the type of glaucoma you have...some types it's not a good idea to use it, but if your ophthalmologist prescribed it then the assumption is that it's safe with the type you have. Discuss it with your doctor if you have any concerns.