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Composition FOR BRINZOTIM

Brinzolamide(10mg),Timolol(5mg)

food interaction for BRINZOTIM

alcohol interaction for BRINZOTIM

pregnancy interaction for BRINZOTIM

lactation interaction for BRINZOTIM

medicine interaction for BRINZOTIM

food
alcohol
pregnancy
lactation
medicine
No interaction found
No interaction found
Brinzotim eye drop may be unsafe to use during pregnancy.
Animal studies have shown adverse effects on the foetus, however, there are limited human studies. The benefits from use in pregnant women may be acceptable despite the risk. Please consult your doctor.
WEIGH RISKS VS. BENEFITS
Unknown. Human and animal studies are not available. Please consult your doctor.
No interaction found

SALT INFORMATION FOR BRINZOTIM

Brinzolamide(10mg)

Uses

Brinzolamide is used in the treatment of glaucoma.

How it works

Brinzolamide reduces the formation of aqueous humor (fluid in the eye), which in turn lowers high pressure in the eye.

Common side effects

Blurred vision, Altered taste, Foreign body sensation in eyes, Eye pain, Eye irritation, Ocular hyperemia.
Timolol(5mg)

Uses

Timolol is used in the treatment of glaucoma.

How it works

Timolol works by lowering the pressure in the eye(s), thereby preventing gradual loss of vision.

Common side effects

Stinging in the eyes, Blurred vision, Burning eyes.

COMMON DOSAGE FOR BRINZOTIM EYE DROP

Patients taking BRINZOTIM EYE DROP

  • 64%
    Twice A Day
  • 20%
    Thrice A Day
  • 15%
    Once A Day

SUBSTITUTES FOR BRINZOTIM

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Expert advice FOR BRINZOTIM

  • Inform your doctor if you have kidney or liver problems, dry eyes or cornea problems, are taking other sulphonamide medicines.
  • Brinzolamide causes blurring of vision and therefore, may impair the ability to drive or use machines. You must wait until the vision clears before driving or using machines.
  • Remove contact lenses prior to the application of brinzolamide and wait at least 15 minutes after instillation of the dose before putting lenses back in.
  • If you are using another topical eye medication, instill it 10 minutes before or 10 minutes after you instill brinzolamide eye drops.
  • Women receiving brinzolamide treatment should use effective contraception to avoid pregnancy.
  • Tell your doctor if you are or planning to become pregnant or are breastfeeding.
  • Brinzolamide is not recommended for use in infants, children and adolescents below 18 years of age.

Frequently asked questions FOR BRINZOTIM

Brinzolamide

Q. What is brinzolamide used for?
Brinzolamide is used to treat increased pressure in the eye with or without visual problems (glaucoma or intraocular hypertension)
Q. How does brinzolamide work?
It prevents the build-up of excess fluid in eyeball by slowing the formation of fluid (aqueous humor) within the eye, thereby decreasing eyeball pressure.

Timolol

Q. Is timolol a beta blocker/selective beta blocker/steroid/generic/antibiotic?
Timolol is a beta blocker. It is not a selective beta blocker/steroid/generic/antibiotic
Q. Is timolol preservative free?
The timolol eye drop is preservative fre
Q. Is timolol the same as timoptic or cosopt?
Timoptic and copsopt are brand names of the eye drops containing timolol
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Q. Does it need to be refrigerated?
The timolol containing eye drops should not be refrigerated
Q. Does timolol lower blood pressure?
Timolol is used to lower blood pressure
Q. Does it stop growth of hemangiomas?
It may be used to stop growth of hemangiomas (only after prescription from the doctor)
Q. Does timolol cause weight gain/hair loss/ miosis/make eyelashes grow/ cause dry eyes/slow heart rate?
Timolol does not make eyelashes grow. It is a blood pressure lowering medication. It is not known to cause weight gain/hair loss/miosis. It may cause dry eyes/slow heart rate as a side effect. If any side effects of the drug are observed then one should inform the doctor immediately.

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Content on this page was last updated on 08 March, 2017, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)