Brinzolamide

What is Brinzolamide?

Brinzolamide (trade name Azopt, Alcon Laboratories, Inc.) is a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor used to lower intraocular pressure in patients with open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension.

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IS IT A COMMON PRACTICE FOR A RETINAL SPECIALISTS TO SUBSCRIBE AZOPT ( brinzolamide ) AND COMBIGAN ( brimonidine tartrate /...

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It seems from the history that you have undergone surgery for retinal detachment.
Silicone oil is used in retinal detachment surgery to keep...

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Hello. I am a 52 y.o. female with glaucoma . I take lumigan at night and timolol in occudose in the morning. With treatment, my pressures are in...

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Hello. Was your blood pressure low before you started these eye drops? Beta blockers (like Timolol) are used to lower blood pressure, but in eye...

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SILICON OIL USED IN EYE
IS IT A COMMON PRACTICE FOR A RETINAL SPECIALISTS TO SUBSCRIBE AZOPT ( brinzolamide ) AND COMBIGAN ( brimonidine tartrate /...

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Hello. I am a 52 y.o. female with glaucoma . I take lumigan at night and timolol in occudose in the morning. With treatment, my pressures are in...

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