How does dorzolamide and timolol treat open-angle glaucoma?

Dorzolamide and timolol treats ocular hypertension, which is caused by elevated pressure in the eye, in patients with open-angle glaucoma or in those who do not respond adequately to beta-blockers.

The components of this drug, dorzolamide (a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor) and timolol (a beta-blocker), work together to lower pressure in the eye.

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