Timoptic 0.5% Eye Drops (Timolol)
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Timoptic 0.5% Eye Drops
Timoptic is a non-selective beta-adrenergic receptor blocking agent. In simpler words, it’s a beta blocker used in the eye. Timoptic 0.5% eye drops are used for lowering the intraocular pressure inside the eye. So, it’s used successfully to treat ocular conditions like open-angle glaucoma and ocular hypertension, which increase the intraocular pressure within the eye. Timoptic acts by decreasing the amount of fluid being produced within the eye, consequently leading to lowering of the high intraocular pressure. This prevents blindness which is associated with eye diseases having high intraocular pressures.
Timoptic 0.5% eye drop can easily be purchased from Canada Pharmacy at the best price.
Active ingredient: Timolol 5mg/ml.
Timoptic eye drops must be used as prescribed by your doctor. Timoptic 0.5% eye drops are usually administered as a single drop twice daily in the affected eye. Take care to wash your hands before using the drops. Also, do not contaminate the dropper tip by letting it touch the eye or any other surface.
If you wear contact lenses, remove them before instilling the drops. Wait for at least 15 minutes before replacing your contact lens.
Tilt your head back, pull down the lower eyelid and drop a single drop in the pouch. Close your eye and look downwards. Apply gentle pressure to the inside corner of the eye to prevent the drug from slipping out of the eye. Do not rub or blink your eye. Repeat the same process if your other eye is also affected. Wait for several minutes till your vision clears before you drive or operate any machinery.
Replace the dropper back into the bottle without rinsing it.
If other eye medicines are also prescribed with Timoptic, then wait at least 10 minutes before applying the other eye medication.
Consult your doctor before starting Timoptic if you have:
- Heart disease
- Lung disease
- Kidney disease
- Liver disease
Contact your doctor if you experience:
- Eye irritation.
- Signs of a common cold
- Change in eyesight
- Eye pain
- Slow heartbeat
- Chest pain
- Trouble breathing
- Muscle weakness
- Heart failure
- Allergic reaction
Product Code: 1971
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