Description: Kerlon (Betaxolol) is a beta blocker used to treat glaucoma. Kerlon (Betaxolol) may also be used to treat other conditions as determined by your doctor. Read more on Kerlon.
What is Generic Kerlon?
Generic Kerlon, like all generics, is the name given to the
prescription Betaxolol medication manufactured by any company other than the
original inventor of Kerlon. The only true difference between brand name Kerlon
and generic Kerlon is that generic Kerlon is always less expensive.
Other common names: Betaoptic, Betaxololo, Betoptic, Betoptic S, Betoptima, Kerlone, Betaxolol (generic name).
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|Betoptic||0.5% w/ v||5ml||$60.76||Order|
|Betoptic||0.5% w/ v||15ml||$86.90||Order|
|Betoptic||0.5% w/ v||30ml||$108.93||Order|
|Betoptic S||0.25% w/ v||5ml||$64.02||Order|
|Betoptic S||0.25% w/ v||15ml||$127.15||Order|
|Iobet||0.5% w/ v||5ml eye drops||$55.25||Order|
|Iobet||0.5% w/ v||15ml||$82.64||Order|
|Iobet||0.5% w/ v||30ml||$114.92||Order|
Generic Kerlon , Betoptic Suspension by Alcon Cusi, Betoptic-S Ey.Dro.Sus, Betoptima made by Alcon Pharma, and Kerlone manufactured by Sanofi-Aventis Deutschland and Lavipharm Hellas are at Goldpharma
|Betoptic Coll||0.5 %||1 solution||$4.57||Order|
|Betoptic Suspension||0.25 %||5ml solution||$11.39||Order|
|Betoptic-S Ey.Dro.Sus||0.25 %||1 suspension||$5.36||Order|
|Betoptima||5 mg||3x5ml solution||$51.51||Order|
|Betoptima||5 mg||5ml solution||$35.00||Order|
|Kerlone||17.88 mg||100 tablets||$49.71||Order|
|Kerlone||20 mg||14 tablets||$9.22||Order|
|Kerlone||20 mg||28 tablets||$8.40||Order|
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