pheniramine maleate

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pheniramine maleate

[fə′nir·ə‚mēn ′mal·ē‚āt]
(pharmacology)
C16H20N2·C4H4O4 A white, crystalline powder with a melting point of 104-108°C; soluble in alcohol and water; used as an antihistamine.
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We think that he did not have angioedema at the first time he had used fluoxetine because of oral pheniramine he used for three days.
KEY WORDS: Fentanyl, Pheniramine Maleate, Lidocaine, Cough.
Treatment with steroids and antihistamines (methyl prednisolone 1 mg/kg, pheniramine 1 mg/kg) was administered.
Similar experimental protocol was also followed with histamine (100 [micro]M) in Hirschsprung's cases (n = 6) and non-Hirschsprung's cases (n = 6) before and after pheniramine (320 [micro]M).
for 5 days, Pheniramine maleate (h) (Avilin Vet (g))@ 0.5mg/kg intramuscularly respectively for 7 days along with fluid therapy comprising of Ringers Lactatei (RL) and Dextrose in Normal salinej (DNS 5%) for 3 days.
Intravenous pheniramine maleate (1 mg/kg) which is a H1 receptor antagonist and methylprednisolone (2 mg/kg) were administered.
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Brompheniramine, pheniramine, and chlorpheniramine are difficult to distinguish by these TLC techniques and when present in a mixture could not be resolved with the solvent system presented here.
In addition to the spontaneous contractions, various agonist (10 [micro]M; acetylcholine [ACh], histamine, and serotonin) and antagonist (10 [micro]M; atropine [Atrp], pheniramine, and ondansetron) were used to assess the mechanisms of contractile responses in BPA-fed rats.
intramuscular and Pheniramine maleate (22.75 mg/ml) 10 ml total dose was given through intramuscular route.
With the active antihistamine ingredient pheniramine maleate (0.3%) and decongestant ingredient naphazoline hydrochloride (0.025%), OcuHist promises temporary relief of itching and redness of the eye due to pollen, ragweed, grass, animal hair and dander.