PMID: 345735Feb 1, 1978

The effect of 1.5% timolol maleate on intraocular pressure

Acta Ophthalmologica
R RitchS M Podos


A controlled trial was instituted to compare the effect on intraocular pressure of topical administration of timolol maleate with epinephrine hydrochloride. A bottling error by the manufacturer resulted in the placebo bottles containing 1.5% timolol maleate. This drug given twice a day for two weeks significantly reduced intraocular pressure and produced no side effects.


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