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    Brinzolamide

    Information about Brinzolamide

    Brinzolamide uses

    Brinzolamide is used in the treatment of glaucoma.

    How brinzolamide works

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

    Common side effects of brinzolamide

    Blurred vision, Altered taste, Foreign body sensation in eyes, Eye pain, Eye irritation, Ocular hyperemia

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    Expert advice for Brinzolamide

    • Brinzolamide helps lower high pressure in the eye and reduces the risk of vision loss.
    • For best results, put one drop 2-3 times daily in the affected eye(s).
    • Apply pressure on the corner of the eye (close to the nose) for about 1 minute, immediately after instilling the drop. This minimizes the risk of side effects.
    • Take care to prevent contact of eye dispenser with eye, eyelid, eyelashes, or finger to avoid infection.
    • Remove contact lenses before using Betagan and allow at least 15 minutes before re-inserting them.
    • When applying multiple eye medications, wait for at least 5-15 minutes before delivering the next medication in the same eye to avoid dilution.

    Frequently asked questions for Brinzolamide

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    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.

    Content on this page was last updated on 15 February, 2018, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)