Dorzox T Eye Drop 5ml

Dorzox T Eye Drop 5ml (Dorzolamide / Timolol)

Active Ingredient (Generic Name): Dorzolamide/Timolol
Indication: Glaucoma
Manufacturer: Cipla Limited
Packaging: 5 ml in 1 Bottle
Strength: 5ml
Delivery Time: 6 To 15 days
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Dorzox T Eye Drop 5ml (Dorzolamide / Timolol) - 2% / 0.5%

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Overview of Dorzox T Eye Drop 5ml

Dorzox T Eye Drop 5ml has been manufactured by Cipla Limited to cater especially to US citizens. According to the National Eye Institute (NEI) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data, over 3 million Americans have glaucoma. Concerned about the health of the same, an advanced formulation of eye drops has been on the market in the form of Dorzox T Eye Drop.

Active Ingredients – Dorzolamide/Timolol

Dorzox T Eye Drop 5ml is formulated of two active ingredients namely Dorzolamide and Timolol. Amongst these Dorzolamide is a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor and Timolol is a non-selective beta-blocker. Both the active ingredients work collectively and their specific dosage is dependent on the patient’s condition and response to the medication.

Medical Indications

There are primarily two medical indications of Dorzox T Eye Drop that are targeted to be treated and managed by its active ingredients.

Treatment of glaucoma:

Glaucoma is an eye condition under which your optic nerve is damaged resulting in loss of vision and blindness as well if it is left untreated. The eye drop is focused on reducing the risk factor (elevated IOP) in the development and progression of glaucoma.

Management of ocular hypertension:

Ocular hypertension is a condition when the IOP is higher than normal, Dorzox is used to manage the same IOP and delay the occurrence of ocular hypertension.

How Does It Work?

Both the components of Dorzox T Eye Drop 5ml work on an individual level and have a combined mechanism of action as well for the treatment and management of glaucoma and hypertension.

Dorzolamide works by stopping the activity of carbonic anhydrase, an enzyme that is present in the ciliary processes of the eye. Further, the medicine reduces the production of aqueous humor (clear fluid that fills the front part of the eye) which eventually decreases the intraocular pressure, hence conditions such as glaucoma and ocular hypertension are managed.

On the other hand, Timolol acts as a beta-blocker that blocks the beta- receptors particularly that is a part of the ciliary process. Upon blocking the receptors timolol controls the formulation of aqueous humor and decreases the production of the fluid.

The combined mechanism of the active ingredients targets not only the production and outflow of aqueous humor but also works towards reducing intraocular pressure.

This reduction in the IOP is a major component that plays a role in managing glaucoma and hypertension as elevated pressure can lead to optic nerve damage and vision loss.

How to use it?

The use of Dorzox T Eye Drop is quite similar to any other eye drop. Here’s a guideline you can follow to use:

  1. Begin with washing your hands thoroughly and ensure it is clean and dry.
  2. Next, prepare the eye drop by shaking the eye drop container gently.
  3. Now tilt your head back slightly or lie down and look upward.
  4. Create a pocket between the lower eyelid and the eye by gently pulling down your lower eyelid.
  5. Make the container upside down directly over the eye pocket you made and put the prescribed number of drops in.
  6. Gently close your eyes after putting in the drops and avoid blinking.

Moreover, you can use a clean tissue or your clean fingers to tap near the inner corner of the eye to prevent the excess medication from being drained. Apart from this, if you are advised to use more than one drop, wait for 10 minutes between two eye drops.

Potential Side Effects

The Dorzox T Eye Drop containing Dorzolamide and timolol does not have many adverse effects however there are various potential side effects the drop might leave on your health.

These side effects range from common to specific allergic reactions. Here’s an overview of the potential side effects you might face:

Common side effects:

  • Burning or stinging sensation in the eyes
  • Blurred vision
  • Dry eyes
  • Redness or irritation of the eyes
  • Bitter taste in the mouth( from Dorzolamide)

Less common but serious side effects:

  • Severe eye pain
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Swelling or inflammation of the eye
  • Vision changes
  • Eye discharge
  • Signs of systemic absorption 

Allergic reactions and precautions for individuals with known allergies.

  • Itching
  • Swelling( face, lips, or tongue)
  • Severe dizziness
  • Breathing difficulty

In case you face any of the said allergies consult your ophthalmologist and use timolol in limit if you have a history of respiratory conditions.

Precautions and Warnings

 Before using Dorzox T Eye Drop 5ml you should be aware of the precautions and warnings associated with it for safe usage. Here’s a list of precautions and warnings about this eye drop:

  • Allergic reactions such as itching, swelling, or severe dizziness.
  • The medicine has the potential to affect the cardiovascular system and result in heart problems, low heart rate, or heart block.
  • It can lead to an increase in respiratory issues.
  • It also influences your blood sugar levels and brings in fluctuations hence if you are a diabetes patient monitor your blood sugar levels.
  • Dorzolamide is an influencing factor in kidney or liver disorders.
  • Be aware of using Dorzox T Eye Drop right after eye surgeries.
  • Do not put on your contact lenses instantly after putting the drops, wait at least 15 minutes before reinserting them.

Utmost precaution must be taken while using an eye drop and all your prior health history must be discussed before starting the treatment.

Recommended dosage for adults

Following a dosage schedule and frequency is quite essential for an effective treatment of your eye infection. Where the dosage is prescribed as per your infection condition, the recommended dosage for adults is usually one drop in the affected eye. The dosage frequency should be 12 hours.

Usage of more or less medicine than the recommended or the prescribed dosage is strictly disallowed.

Interactions with Other Medications

The two active ingredients Dorzolamide and timolol are composed of such components that hold the potential to interact with a series of other medicines.

Let us understand this interaction one by one:


Timolol is a beta-blocker hence combining with other systemic beta-blockers (oral medications affecting the whole body). This interaction can lead to additive effects which lowers the heart rate. 

Calcium Channel Blockers:

Usage of Dorzox T Eye Drop with calcium-based channel blockers brings risk to certain side effects including blood pressure alteration.

Oral Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitors:

 Dorzolamide another active ingredient is a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor. So if you are using an oral carbonic anhydrase you might get metabolic acidosis as a side effect.

Digitalis Glycosides:

 Beta-blockers (Dorzolamide and timolol) increase the isotropic effect of digitalis glycosides which results in heat-related complications.

Other Ophthalmic Medications:

  Dorzox T Eye Drop interacts with other eye medications and can minimize the overall treatment.

Apart from these, there are more medicines that Dorzox T Eye Drop interacts with. Hence, you should consult your doctor about your medical history before starting your treatment with Dorzox.

Storage and Handling

When it comes to storage and handling of eye drops it requires special instructions to be followed. Here are some general guidelines on the same:

  1. Storage Temperature– Keep at room temperature away from excessive heat and direct sunlight.
  2. Container Handling- Prevent any kind of contamination by ensuring that the container is tightly closed when not in use to maintain its efficiency of.
  3. Cleanliness- Wash your hands before using the eye drop and do not touch the tip of the dropper with your hand or with any other surface.
  4. Single-Dose Container- Often the Dorzox T Eye Drop comes in a single-dose container, for per application which is to be discarded when any unused solution is to be left.

Apart from this, follow the instructions mentioned on the bottle and do not hesitate to inquire about the individual needs of the specific formulation of the eye drop’s storage and handling.


In conclusion, Dorzox T drop with its dual mechanism of action from both its active ingredients has proven to be a valuable as well as therapeutic option for the treatment and management of eye diseases such as Glaucoma and ocular hypertension.

The eye drop not only addresses the production of aqueous humor but also works actively towards draining it. This makes the eye drop stand out from the rest in terms of efficiency in the management of medical issues.


Can Dorzox T Eye Drop 5ml be used for children?

Yes, you can use Dorzox T Eye Drop for children only above 2 years of age. This is because there are different recommendations for eye medication for paediatric use hence always consult your child’s doctor before putting in any eye drops.

Can I drive or operate machinery after using Dorzox T Eye Drop 5ml?

No, you will experience a stinging sensation upon putting the eye drop followed by blurred vision for about 20 minutes. Hence it is advised not to operate any machinery after using the drop.

Is it safe to use Dorzox T Eye Drop 5ml during pregnancy or breastfeeding?

If you are pregnant, check with your gynecologist about the usage of the drop. However, the active ingredients of Dorzox T Eye Drop pass into breast milk which causes harm to the newborn baby hence it is not safe to use while breastfeeding.

Can I use Dorzox T Eye Drop 5ml with other eye medications?

No, using the eye drop with other medications results in interaction between their formulations. This conflicting effect with other medications could lead to side effects, and reduce the effectiveness of Dorzox eye care regimen.

Where can I buy Dorzox T Eye Drop 5ml?

You can buy Dorzox T Eye Drop 5 ml both from local pharmacies or e-pharmacies. However, for ease of, you can buy Dorzox T Eye Drop 5 ml online just with a prescription from various pharmaceutical websites such as However, the Dorzox T Eye Drop 5ml price might vary from e-pharmacy to local ones.


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