Copy, pasted this info, but please do consult your doc/pharmacist for more accurate info., hope this helps?
Betimol (timolol ophthalmic solution) is a clear, colorless solution.
Betimol 0.25% is supplied in a white, opaque, plastic, ophthalmic dispenser bottle with a controlled drop tip as follows:
NDC 68669-522-05 5.0ml fill in 5cc container
Betimol 0.5% is supplied in a white, opaque, plastic, ophthalmic dispenser bottle with a controlled drop tip as follows:
NDC 68669-525-05 5.0ml fill in 5cc container
- Timolol Information for Consumers
- Timolol Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Timolol (detailed)
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