Timolol interaction

June 2007
Reactions Weekly;6/9/2007, Issue 1155, p18
Case Study
The article presents a case study of a 59-year-old obese man who failed to elicit tachycardia after interaction with concomitant epinephrine. The man was scheduled to undergo open gastrict bypass. He was receiving timolol eye drops until the evening before surgery. The man received a test dose containing lidocaine and epinephrine via an epidural catheer, without a change in his heart rate but with ain increase in his blood pressure.


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