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Dorzolamide Ophthalmic Generic

US Brand Name Trusopt
Generic Name Dorzolamide
Other Brand Name Dorzox
Packing 5ml
Manufacturer Cipla, Intas Pharma
Form Eye drop
Strength 2%
Country India

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Drug Description

Dorzolamide is an ophthalmic solution to treat glaucoma. It is offered under the brand name Trusopt. This medication falls under the drug category of carbonic anhydrase inhibitors. The eye holds the enzyme carbonic anhydrase which controls the pressure within the eye (intraocular pressure). Patients with glaucoma have greater intraocular pressure. Trusopt blocks carbonic anhydrase thus lessening intraocular pressure. Consequently it prevents nerve damage and loss of vision that is induced by high intraocular pressure in patients with glaucoma.


Generic Trusopt is applied in the eye to reduce eye pressure. This drug is mainly used for the treatment of glaucoma and elevated eye pressure.

Instruction for Use

This drug is for use in the eye(s) as instructed. Apply one drop in the affected eye up to three times daily. Before applying the eye drops, wash hands. To evade contamination, do not touch the dropper or let it contact your eye. Lean your head back. Stare upward and pull down the lower eyelid. Lay dropper straight over eye and apply the approved number of drops. Gaze downward and softly close up your eye for 1 to 2 minutes. Put one finger at the corner of the eye close to the nose and give gentle pressure. It will avoid the medicine from flowing away from the eye. Don't blink and don't wipe the eye. Do not wash the dropper. Rinse hands after using it. If you have to use another kind of eye drop, allow at least ten minutes of interval before applying other medicines.

Side Effects

This medicine may momentarily tingle or burn your eye for a minute or two when first applied. Some patients experience fatigue, headache, sensitivity of eyes to light and nausea. If these effects continue or get worse, inform your doctor without delay. You may feel blurred vision temporarily for a few minutes after using eye drops.

Some serious side effects like eye or eyelid swelling, pain, redness or discharge may also occur. If such happens, stop using this medication and talk to your doctor or pharmacist straight away.

Drug Interactions

If Trusopt is administered with oral carbonic anhydrase inhibitors, the combination may increase adverse effects. Other eye drops should not be used unless clearly needed for reducing intraocular pressure. If use of different eye drops is needed, there should be at least10 minutes of interval between drugs.


Inform your doctor if you have liver disease, kidney problems, other illnesses, allergies (especially allergies to sulfa drugs) or had eye surgery. This medicine may make you faint or result in blurred vision. Hence exercise caution engaging in activities that need alertness for example driving or using machinery. Apply this medicine only when clearly desired during pregnancy. Consult with your physician the risks and benefits with your doctor. It is not recognized if this drug passes through breast milk. Due to the potential hazard to the infant, breast-feeding while using Trusopt is not recommended. Check with your doctor before breast-feeding.


Keep Dorzolamide at room temperature, 15-30 C (59-86 F) and away from direct light.