Compare Trusopt vs. Lasix
Head-to-head comparisons of medication uses, side effects, ratings, and more.
An effective control of high pressure within the eye when used alone or with other eye medications | Lowering eye pressure back to normal can prevent the onset glaucoma.
Lasix (Furosemide) is a very effective water pill and it'll certainly make you go to the bathroom more often.
- May be used with other eye drops to control high pressure with the eye
- A strong diuretic (water pill) that works well to get rid of extra fluids in your body through urination.
- Lowers your blood pressure and your risk of heart attack and stroke.
- Works better than thiazide diuretics (like Hydrochlorothiazide) at removing harmful levels of certain electrolytes, such as potassium.
- Okay to take if you have kidney problems.
- dorzolamide may cause carbonated beverages to taste metallic.
- You must wait 5 minutes before using another eye drop.
- remove contact lense, and leave out for 15 minutes after using the the eyedrop.
- dorzolamide is not used in children under 2 years of age.
- Makes you urinate very frequently.
- Can cause low levels of important electrolytes, such as potassium.
- Raised intraocular pressure
- In patients with ocular hypertension or open-angle glaucoma
- Ocular hypertension; Prophylaxis Pseudoexfoliation glaucoma
- Eye drops
- Dehydration and electrolyte imbalance
- Current electrolyte imbalance
- Severe allergic reactions
- History of sulfa allergies
- Hearing problems
- Current kidney problems
- Dose too high
- Low blood protein
- Other medicines that causes hearing problems