Btcom Eye Drop


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Manufacturer: Insight Eyecare Pvt Ltd. Salt Compositions: Timolol (0.5% w/v) + Brimonidine (0.2% w/v)
Quantity: 5 ml in 1 packet
Storage: Store below 30°C


Information About Btcom Eye Drop


Btcom Eye Drop is a prescription medication used to treat eye pressure (ocular hypertension) and glaucoma. It works by lowering the pressure of fluid in the eye (aqueous humor), which aids in the reduction of high ocular pressure.

Before applying Btcom Eye Drop, always wash your hands. Use only the quantity of drops advised by your doctor, and wait about five minutes between each drop. If you wear soft contact lenses, take them out before using the drops and wait at least 15 minutes before replacing them. If you are using another eye medication, wait at least 10 minutes before using it. For a complete guide on how to use the drops and receive the greatest benefit, read the brochure that comes with the drug. Do not contact the dropper or bottle tip. This could result in infection. To receive the most benefit from this medicine, you should take it on a regular basis and at the same time(s) each day. Consult your doctor before discontinuing use.

Burning and stinging sensations in the eyes are the most typical adverse effects. Other, less common, negative effects affecting other regions of the body may occur, some of which may be dangerous due to the fact that Btcom Eye Drop is absorbed into the systemic circulation. If you are disturbed by any adverse effects, read the medication’s instruction leaflet and visit your doctor.

If you have asthma, severe COPD, or a major cardiac problem, you should not use this medication. If you have or have had coronary heart disease, heart failure, diabetes, breathing issues, an overactive thyroid gland, or liver or kidney disease, tell your doctor. It is unknown whether this medication will harm an unborn baby, so notify your doctor if you are pregnant or plan to get pregnant. If you are breastfeeding, do not take Btcom Eye Drop.


Btcom Eye Drop is a prescription medication used to treat eye pressure (ocular hypertension) and glaucoma. It works by lowering the pressure of fluid in the eye (aqueous humor), which aids in the reduction of high ocular pressure.

Btcom Eye Drop is solely for external use. Use it according to your doctor’s instructions for dosage and duration. You should not use this medication on any other part of your body besides your face. Avoid getting it in your eyes, mouth, or nose. In the event of an accident, thoroughly wash it with plenty of water.

Btcom Eye Drop may cause burning, itching, and irritation. These are usually transitory and only last a short period. However, if you have any other symptoms that you believe are caused by Btcom Eye Drop, please notify your doctor.

Btcom Eye Drop Uses


  • Ocular hypertension
  • Glaucoma

Btcom Eye Drop Benefits

Btcom ocular Drop is used to treat ocular edema and pressure. This helps to prevent glaucoma consequences such as blindness and enhances eyesight. This medication can be used alone or in conjunction with other eye drops. Glaucoma cannot be avoided.

Btcom Eye Drop Side Effects


  • Burning Eyes
  • Stinging in the Eyes


  • Erythema (skin redness)
  • Blurred Vision
  • Dryness in Mouth
  • Burning Sensation in Eye
  • Stinging in the Eyes
  • Flushing (sense of warmth in the face, ears, neck and trunk)
  • Headache
  • Fatigue
  • Corneal Staining

How to Use Btcom Eye Drop

Immediately after infusing the drop, apply pressure to the corner of the eye (near the nose) for about 1 minute.


Q1. What is the function of Timolol?

Timolol lowers intraocular pressure, which is the pressure inside the eyes. This reduces the chance of optic nerve injury, which is important for normal vision. If the pressure in the eye is not regulated, it might lead to blindness over time. Timolol effectively reduces ocular hypertension and certain kinds of glaucoma by lowering intraocular pressure.

Q2. How should Timolol be used?

Timolol eye drops are typically used once or twice daily at equally spaced intervals until the ocular pressure is regulated (approximately 4 weeks). Following that, it can be administered once daily or as directed by the doctor. Follow your doctor’s instructions carefully, and ask your doctor to explain any parts you don’t understand. Timolol should be used in the dose and duration prescribed by your doctor.

Q3. Can I discontinue Timolol if I am feeling well now?

No, you should not discontinue Timolol without first discussing with your doctor. If you stop taking this medication abruptly, the pressure in your eyes may not be reduced, increasing the risk of blindness.

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