antazoline


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antazoline

[an′taz·ə‚lēn]
(pharmacology)
C17H19N3 A bitter, white, crystalline powder with a melting point of 237-241°C; used as an antihistamine.
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In the same systematic review, 9 RCTs with 313 patients compared topical antihistamines (levocabastine, azelastine hydrochloride, emedastine, and antazoline phosphate) with placebo.
5% phenol, portwine, quinine, urethane, 3% STDS, ethanolamine oleate, talc, antazoline, polidacanol and of late tetracycline with varied results.
Topical antihistamine/sympathomimetic combination drops, such as antazoline 0.
73) Nasal antihistamines such as levocabastine, azelastine and antazoline, however, have almost no associated adverse events, targeting only the organs to which they are administered.