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Doses of antihistaminic drugs are given in Table 3.
After intravenous antihistaminic and prednisolone administrations, the patient was hemodynamically stabilized and serial ECG recordings showed regression of ST- elevations.
It boosts the immune system, prevents infection, stimulates basic enzymes and protects the skin from allergies by antihistaminic action.
The Manual further states that in case of urticarial reaction, after antihistaminic therapy and resolution of symptoms, transfusion of the unit may be restarted slowly.
Promethazine hydrochloride is a phenothiazine derivative used in cough syrups for its antihistaminic, antiemetic, and sedative effects (Hickson, Altemeier & Clayton 1990).
Another wonderful anti-inflammatory food is eggplant which "contains the important mineral potassium, as well as phytochemicals that have antihistaminic, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities," according to the Web site www.
The rash responded well to systemic antihistaminic treatment and removal of the plant from the room.
This chemical compound has also been found to have antihistaminic, antiviral, and antibacterial activities.
Some cardiac, psychotropic, antihistaminic, and other drugs were identified only by Remedi (see Table 2).
The antihistaminic action of Vitamin C can enable people to tolerate foods they otherwise could not eat.
Trials of antihistaminic activity and possible effects on other organ activities will also be part of the fast-track Phase II clinical program.