dexbrompheniramine

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dexbrompheniramine

 [deks″brōm-fen-ir´ah-mēn]
the dextrorotatory isomer of brompheniramine, having similar actions and uses as an antihistamine, but having approximately twice the activity by weight; used in the form of the maleate salt.

dexbrompheniramine

/dex·brom·phen·ir·a·mine/ (deks″brom-fen-ir´ah-mēn) the dextrorotatory isomer of brompheniramine, used as the maleate salt as an antihistamine.

dexbrompheniramine

the dextrorotatory isomer of brompheniramine, used as an antihistaminic in the form of the maleate salt.
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