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A noninvasive tonometer in the measurement of the effects of pindolol and timolol on intraocular pressure in normal subjects.
  1. S. Rowley,
  2. J. E. Staunton,
  3. A. Tosch,
  4. J. H. Stewart-Jones,
  5. D. F. Edgar and
  6. P. Turner

    Abstract

    A noncontact tonometer was used to demonstrate in normal human volunteers the ocular hypotensive effects of single instillations of pindolol (1%) and timolol (0.25 and 0.5%) eye drops. Falls in intraocular pressure were significantly correlated with resting intraocular pressure. Evidence of systemic cardiovascular effects was seen in reductions in resting heart rate.

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