buclizine


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buclizine

 [bu´klĭ-zēn]
an antihistamine used mainly as an antinauseant in treatment of motion sickness; administered orally as the hydrochloride salt.

buclizine

/bu·cli·zine/ (bu´klĭ-zēn) an antihistamine, used as the hydrochloride salt as an antinauseant in the management of motion sickness.

buclizine

An ANTIHISTAMINE drug used in the treatment of MIGRAINE. A brand name in a preparation also containing PARACETAMOL and CODEINE is Migraleve.
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Meclizine, cyclizine, and buclizine are longacting antihistamines.