Cosopt

Active Ingredient(s): Dorzolamide + Timolol
FDA Approved: * April 7, 1998
Pharm Company: * MERCK
Category: Vision / Eye Health

* This drug may consist of multiple approval dates, manufacturers, or distributors. If applicable, they would be listed below under "NDC Database Records".



Cosopt Overview

Dorzolamide/timolol eye drops (trade name Cosopt) are used to lower intraocular pressure in the eye to normal pressure and as a treatment for glaucoma.[1] This medication is a combination of two active ingredients: dorzolamide hydrochloride and timolol maleate. Both compounds work by decreasing the production of aqueous humor, which works to lower intraocular pressure. It gained Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval in April 1998, and is supplied by Merck.[2&...

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Details May Include Instructions, Side Effects, Interactions, Etc. Drug monograph is from Wikipedia. All text is available under the terms of the GFDL (GNU Free Documentation License). Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dorzolamide/timolol

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Dorzolamide - Timolol Opth Soln 10 ML

I have been on Dorzolamide - Timolol for the past eight months , for use in one eye . This drug has reduced my eye pressure from 21 to 13 . I receive a 10 ML vial or bottle, which should last approximately 45 days . However after about 28 days the bottle is empty with proper use . What i discovered in the first four bottles is that , they were approx. 70 % full . I registered a complaint with my health insurance , which informed me to check the level of the bottle before leaving the pharmacy. When i acquired the fifth bottle , it was completely filled or 100%. I served on a Grand Jury for medicaid fraud . This is no doubt a case of fraud . A prescription bottle of Dorzolamide - Ttimolol 10 ML should be filled to the top of the bottle.

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dorzol timol

would like to know the side affects with this drug ## This is commonly prescribed in the U.S. under the trade name Cosopt. It s used to reduce the pressure in the eye to normal levels and treat Glaucoma. Side effects may include: swelling or redness of the eyelids, light sensitivity and blurred vision. Do you have any other questions? ## My mother has had glaucoma for years. Her eyes sting with the use of Dorzol so the Dr. is having her try Istalol. I did some research on both and found them to be quite the same. Would you explain the most noticeable difference between Dorzolamide HC1/Timolol Maleate Ophthalmic and Istalol (timolol maleate ophthalmic solution)? ## Dear sir / madam, I 'm a chronic kidney disease, with a kreatinin of 3.88 and 64 ureum for around 1 year (as I know). Re...

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Trepiline Side Effects

I am a wide angle glaucoma sufferer and use Cosopt twice a day. I started using 25 mg Trepiline 6 weeks ago. Since then my eyes are inflamed and red most of the time, burning and I have blurred vision. Could it be the Trepiline? ## Based on my research, I've determined that Trepiline is the cause of your symptoms, as these two drugs have no interactions with each other. Side effects of Trepiline (Amitriptyline) can include: -blurred vision -swelling of the face and tongue -yellowing of the skin or eyes All of these are considered to be severe side effects that should be reported to your doctor immediately. Referenced from: I truly hope that you are willing and able to seek out a natural alternative to your underlying condition. These prescription drugs have the worst side effects an...

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Doesdorzoltimol Cause Drowsiness--it is the eyedrops

dorzol/timol--have been using eyedrops twice daily for pressure in eyes--it has caused me to be drowsy durin the day ## Dorzol Timol is commonly prescribed in the U.S. under the trade name Cosopt. It is used to reduce the pressure in the eye to normal levels and treat Glaucoma. Side effects may include: swelling or redness of the eyelids, light sensitivity and blurred vision. You can view a more complete list of side effects by following the link below and scrolling down to the side effect section: Please post back if you have any other general questions or concerns about this drug.

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can adams 600 pill be taken with other medicine like glaucoma eyes drops Novac andProtonix

Cosopt, Lumigan, Pilocarpine eye drops for open angle Glaucoma, Potonix for GERD and Novac for hypotention.

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Cosopt dispenser wastes too much of this solution

Sorry, I spelled the drug incorrectly in my lst posting for discussion; it should read COSOPT. My blunder. Dispenser allows for waste in the 5 ml size. I suggest making a smalller dropper so that we consumers can SAVE money.

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Dorzolamide + Timolol
  • Solution: 2% + 0.5%
  • Solution/drops: 2% + 0.5%
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for Cosopt: (3 results)

Sorted by National Drug Code
  • 0006-3628 Cosopt Ophthalmic Solution by Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.
  • 17478-605 Cosopt Ophthalmic Solution/ Drops by Akorn
  • 54868-4279 Cosopt Ophthalmic Solution by Physicians Total Care, Inc.

Drugs with one or more similar ingredients: (15 results)

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Cosopt dispenser wastes too much of this solution
Sorry, I spelled the drug incorrectly in my lst posting for discussion; it should read COSOPT. My blunder. Dispenser all...
Cosopt dispenser wastes too much of this solution
I am currently using the drug COSOP;my complaint is the 5ml bottle 'wastes too much of the eye drop because the hole...
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