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The possibility of wheezing does exist with betaxolol and levobetaxolol, but it is unusual.
Although prescribers could turn to alternative preservative-free beta-blockers such as betaxolol (Betoptic), levobunolol (Betagan) or, following its launch in October 2011, the low-strength timolol preservative-free gel Tiopex for patients on Timoptol preservative-free, there was no alternative for patients on the other products, necessitating a review of treatment.
Timolol II-68 Levobunolol II-68 Carteolol II-68 Metipranolol II-69 Betaxolol II-69 Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitors II-69 Prostaglandins II-69 Miotics II-69 Other Treatments II-69 Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) II-70 Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia II-70 Dementia II-70 Alzheimer disease II-70 Menopause II-70 Age-Related Cardiovascular Diseases II-71 Sexual Dysfunction/Impotence II-71 Supplements for Age-Related Health Conditions II-71 Nutraceuticals II-72 Amino Acids II-72 Bay II-74
Problem # 2 - Enoxaparinum natricum, Acidum valproicum, Betaxolol Hydrochloride, Clopidogrel, ramipril, Carvedilol, Tranexamic acid, Rasburicasum, Fludarabine phopphate, Drotaverine hydrochloride, Daunorubicin.