Genazopt T 5ML


Genazopt T 5ML


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Indications of Genazopt T Ophthalmic Suspension

Unable to reduce IOP using monotherapy in adults with open-angle glaucoma or high blood pressure in the eye

Pharmacology of Genazopt T Ophthalmic Suspension

Brinzolamide could be a highly specific inhibitor of CA-II, which is the most CA isoenzyme involved in the emission of watery humor. Hindrance of CA within the ciliary preparation of the eye moderates the arrangement of bicarbonate and diminishes sodium and liquid transport. This comes about in a decrease in the rate of watery humor emission and intraocular weight. Brinzolamide is retained systemically taking after topical visual organization. Since it includes a tall partiality for CA-II, brinzolamide ties broadly to red blood cells, where CA-II is fundamentally found. As adequate CA-II action remains, unfavorable impacts coming about from the systemic hindrance of CA by brinzolamide are not watched. The metabolite N-desmethyl brinzolamide is additionally shaped. This metabolite ties to CA and amasses in ruddy blood cells as well. Within the nearness of brinzolamide, the metabolite ties primarily to carbonic anhydrase I (CA-I).

Like propranolol and nadolol, timolol competes with adrenergic neurotransmitters such as catecholamines for an official at beta(1)-adrenergic receptors within the heart and vascular smooth muscle and beta(2)-receptors within the bronchial and vascular smooth muscle. Beta(1)-receptor barricade comes about in a diminishment in resting and working out heart rate and cardiac yield, a diminishment in both systolic and diastolic blood weight, and, conceivably, a diminishment in reflex orthostatic hypotension. Beta(2)-blockade results in an increment in fringe vascular resistance. The precise instrument whereby timolol decreases visual weight is still not known. The foremost likely activity is by diminishing the discharge of fluid humor.

Dosage & Administration of Genazopt T Ophthalmic Suspension

1 drop into the affected eye(s) twice daily.

Interactions of Genazopt T Ophthalmic Suspension

Troleandromycin (troleandomycin); oral Ca-channel blockers such as guanethidine and blocks; antiarrhythmics such as digitalis glycosides and parasympathomimetics; and quinidine and cimetidine (troleandomycin, cimetidine).


In addition to bronchial asthma and severe COPD, patients may suffer from sinus bradycardia, 2nd or 3rd degree AV block, and overt heart failure as well as cardiogenic shock and severe allergic rhinitis.

Side Effects of Genazopt T Ophthalmic Suspension

Disorientation, hazy vision, pain and inflammation in the eyes, and a feeling of a foreign body.

Precautions & Warnings

Control cardiac disappointment earlier to treatment. History of serious cardiac & resp illness. Patients subject to hypoglycemia or labile insulin-dependent diabetes. May cover hyperthyroidism or decline Prinzmetal’s angina, extreme fringe & central circulatory disarranges & hypotension. History of atopy or extreme anaphylactic response to an assortment of allergens. Dodge concomitant utilize of 2 nearby β-adrenergic blockers or 2 neighborhood carbonic anhydrase inhibitors. Near observing of IOP in patients with pseudoexfoliative or pigmentary glaucoma. Narrow-angle glaucoma. Screen patients with compromised corneas eg, and patients with DM or corneal dystrophies. Evacuate contact focal points earlier to the application; reinsert after 15 min. May impede the capacity to drive or work apparatus. Pregnancy. Children <18 yr.

Therapeutic Class

Drugs for miotics and glaucoma

Storage Conditions

Store in a cool and dry place

Pharmaceutical Name of Genazopt T Ophthalmic Suspension

General Pharmaceuticals Ltd

Generic of Genazopt T Ophthalmic Suspension

Brinzolamide + Timolol