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Brand Name(s): Blocadren; Timolide; Timoptic
CAS nº: 26839-75-8
(tye’ moe lole)

About Timolol

This new site is dedicated exclusively to timolol.

It provides you with the most extensive product information and up-to-date resources regarding this medication, including related news articles, medical studies, an image library and all the necessary information on dosage and side effects.

Whether you are an average consumers or pharma industry professionals, you can now find out everything you need to know about timolol, as well as take part in our open discussion forum by sharing your own knowledge and experiences with people who are using this medication.

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Why is this medication prescribed?

Timolol is prescribed to lower blood pressure in patients with high blood pressure (hypertension). It is also used to reduce angina attacks (angina pectoris), and to stabilize irregular heartbeats (cardiac arrhythmias).

It is also used for prevention of migraine headaches and the treatment of certain types of tremors (familial or hereditary essential tremors).This medecine is in a group of drugs called beta-blockers. Beta-blockers affect the heart and circulation (blood flow through arteries and veins).

It works by relaxing your blood vessels so your heart doesn't have to pump as hard.

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Latest News

Few Side Effects From Long-Term Use of Combination Latanoprost Plus Timolol: Presented at ARVO

One of the largest and longest safety trials ever conducted using an ocular hypotensive drug has...

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Travoprost Plus Timolol Offers Improved Lowering of Intraocular Pressure Compared With Travoprost Alone: Presented at ARVO

European patients with glaucoma who are being treated with the fixed-dose combination of travoprost...

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Bimatoprost shows better efficacy, similar tolerability to timolol for chronic angle-closure glaucoma

Administering bimatoprost once daily appears more effective for lowering IOP compared with...

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Timolol may reduce post-phaco IOP increases in patients with glaucoma, exfoliation syndrome

Patients who have medically controlled glaucoma or exfoliation syndrome can experience IOP...

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Costs Rising to Make Intraocular Pressure Fall

Glaucoma medications have risen in price almost universally since 1999, with one drug doubling in...

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