Dorzolamide

What is Dorzolamide?

It is a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor which acts by decreasing the production of aqueous humour.It is optically applied in the form of a 2% eye drops.

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Can Xalatan and Dorzolamide drops be the cause of tinnitus?

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Xalatan and Dorzolamide are both preparations for local use in eyes

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Xalatan and Dorzolamide are...

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I sometimes have a glass of wine in the eve, is this ok with dorzolamide eye drops for...

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Yes, it is safe to have such amounts of alcohol and there is no proved interaction or side...

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which eye drops for glaucoma are less likely tp severely irritate the eye as treatment to the point of constant irritation, thank you XXXXXXX...

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You need to use preservative free eye drops.

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Can Xalatan and Dorzolamide drops be the cause of tinnitus?

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Qmy husband has recently started to sweat orange. He has not done this for many years. When we were first married he did this most of the time. I...

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89 yr old female with a pace maker started dorzolamide timolol eye drops about aweek ago and now seems noticably lethargic. she has previously been...

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I am 70 and was detected about glaucoma when I was 57. By that time enough damage had happened. First I was on Timolol which brought down the IOP...

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I can't ask my doctor because the office is closed (Sunday). I'm suppose to take durezol every hour while awake in my eye that I had surgery on...

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