Manufacturer: Alcon Laboratories
Generic Name: Brinzolamide / Brimonidine Tartrate
|Strength||Per Unit Price||Price|
|(1% + 0.2%) 5ml (1 Eye Drop)||$50.00||$50.1|
|(1% + 0.2%) 5ml (3 Eye Drop)||$39.00||$150 $117.35
you save $32.65
|(1% + 0.2%) 5ml (6 Eye Drop)||$35.00||$300 $210
you save $90.00
Simbrinza Opthalmic Eye Drops 5ml is a combination of two medicines, Brinzolamide and Brimonidine, which act together to reduce the raised pressure of your eyes and hence relieve the symptoms of eye discomfort and headache associated with it. Increased pressure in eyes may cause damage to your eyesight if not treated. Burning, irritation and discomfort of eyes are some common side effects of this medicine. If side effects bother you or there is no improvement in your condition, inform your doctor.
If you use more SIMBRINZA
If you use too many drops or if the eye drops are accidentally swallowed, you should contact your doctor
If you forget to use SIMBRINZA
Apply the drops as soon as you remember. However, if it is almost time for your next dose, do not double your dose and carry on with the normal schedule dose
If you stop using SIMBRINZA
To be effective it must be used every day. Do not stop using SIMBRINZA until your doctor tells you so
How Simbrinza Opthalmic Suspension works
Simbrinza Opthalmic Suspension Eye Drop is a combination of two medicines: Brinzolamide and Brimonidine. Brinzolamide is a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor while Brimonidine is a sympathomimetic. They work by decreasing the production of aqueous humour (fluid in the eye), thereby lowering the increased eye pressure.
Side effects of Simbrinza Eye Drops 5ml
Irritation or burning in eyes
Altered taste sensation
Tears from eyes
Discomfort in eyes
IMPORTANT NOTE: The knowledge provided is meant to raise an understanding of knowledge regarding wellbeing and does not recommend medication or evaluation. Such material is not a substitution for clinical medical treatment and can not be taken as suggesting or advising that it is healthy, acceptable or efficient for you to take the medication. Consult a health care provider and specialist for psychological therapy and diagnosis.