Skip to Content

Is this a csf inhibitor?

Responses (1)

Marvell 4 Sep 2009

Methazolamide is a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor. Carbonic anhydrase is a protein in the body. Methazolamide reduces the activity of this protein.

Methazolamide is used to treat glaucoma. By inhibiting the actions of carbonic anhydrase, methazolamide reduces the amount of fluid produced in the eyes and therefore also reduces pressure. free discount card

Further Information

Search for questions

Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.

Similar Questions

Anyone taking an MAO Inhibitor get manic from it?

Posted 25 Jul 2012 5 answers

What the purpose of an ace inhibitor?

Posted 7 Apr 2015 1 answer

Methazolamide availability outside US?

Posted 29 Jul 2016 0 answers