Brimolol Eye Drop

Original price was: ₹509.Current price is: ₹435.1600.

Manufacturer: Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd Salt Compositions: Timolol (5mg) + Brimonidine (1.5mg)
Quantity: 5.0 ml in 1 packet
Storage: Store below 30°C


Information About Brimolol Eye Drop

Brimolol Eye Drop is a mixture of two drugs, namely Brimonidine and Timolol. This component belongs to the class of anti-hypertensive medicines known as beta-blockers. It treats hypertension and chronic glaucoma in the eyes.

Brimolol Eye Drop Uses

  • Treatment of Ocular hypertension
  • Treatment of Glaucoma

Brimolol Eye Drop Benefits

  1. Brimonidine is a drug that thins the blood vessels and allows better fluid drainage from the eye, reducing the pressure in the eye.
  2. Timolol diminishes the aqueous humor production that lowers the pressure in the eye. 

Brimolol Eye Drop Side Effects

You may experience some common effects of Brimolol Eye Drop. Talk to your practitioner if these side effects disturb you.

  • Blurred Vision
  • Headache
  • Itching
  • Swelling in the eyelid
  • Dryness and Redness of the eye.

How to Use Brimolol Eye Drop

  • This eye drop is for external use only.
  • Do not touch your eye with the dropper.
  • Wipe out the excess liquid from your eyes.
  • Follow the medicine as per your eye doctor’s instructions.


  • Notify your physician if you experience any allergic reaction after its use.
  • Children below two years of age should not use Brimolol Eye Drop.
  • Avoid Brimolol Eye Drop if you have planned surgery.


Q1. How does Brimolol Eye Drop work?

This eye drop works in the treatment of hypertension and glaucoma of the eye by decreasing the pressure in the eye.

Q2. What are the storage guidelines for Brimolol Eye Drop?

Store the eye drop at a temperature not exceeding 15°-25°C. Do not freeze the medication.

Q3. What are the allergic reactions of Brimolol Eye Drop?

If you are allergic to Timolol or any other component, you may observe redness or itchiness in the eye.


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