dextromethorphan hydrobromide

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dextromethorphan hydrobromide

[¦dek·strō·mə¦thȯr·fən‚hī·drō′brō‚mīd]
(pharmacology)
C18H25NO·HBr·H2O White crystals or a crystalline powder; soluble in alcohol and chloroform; used in medicine.
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The companies added Delsym, which is indicated for the temporary treatment of cough due to minor throat and bronchial irritation, has estimated annual sales of USD100m.
The resin chosen was AMBERLITE IRP69, a resin similar to that used in Delsym and Tussionex.
Delsym is a cough medicine that doctors and pharmacists have recommended for years in the United States.
2 spot is another Reckitt Benckiser cough medicine, Delsym.
Both Reckitt Benckiser LLC's Mu cinex and Delsym have run heavy TV schedules this year, with both campaigns focusing on their products' 12-hour claims.
we already have Mucinex, Delsym, Cepacol and Durex as major brands," Reckitt Benckiser chief executive officer Rakesh Kapoor says.
gained a solid foothold in the cough/cold category with two powerhouse brands: Mucinex and Delsym.
we already have Mucinex, Delsym, Cepacol and Durex as major brands," commented Rakesh Kapoor, Reckitt Benckiser's chief executive officer.
NEW YORK -- The success of the Mucinex and Delsym brands in the over-the-counter drug arena is in keeping with Reckitt Benckiser's approach throughout its product portfolio, analysts say.
launched a store-brand version of Reckitt Benckiser's over-the-counter cough medicine Delsym. The companies said their new product is equivalent to Delsym extended-release oral liquid suspension, containing dextromethorphan polistirex, and will be marketed under major U.S.
Adams Respiratory Therapeutics Inc., best known for its Mucinex and Delsym brands, is a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on the late-stage development, commercialization and marketing of over-the-counter and prescription drugs for the treatment of respiratory disorders.
* Antitussives, Dextromethorphan: Delsym (41% of 2,984 pharmacist recommendations)