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hydrOXYzine hydrochloride

[hīdrok′səzēn]
an antihistamine.
indications It is prescribed for the relief of anxiety, nervous tension, hyperkinesis, itching, and motion sickness.
contraindication Known hypersensitivity to this drug is the only contraindication.
adverse effects No serious adverse effects have been observed. Decreased mental alertness sometimes occurs.

hydroxyzine hydrochloride

(hī-drŏk′sĭ-zēn)
An antihistamine that is used to treat allergies, itch, and anxiety.
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