pyrilamine


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pyrilamine

 [pĭ-ril´ah-mēn]
an antihistamine, administered orally as the maleate and tannate salts, usually in a combination cold or cough product together with a decongestant.

pyrilamine

/py·ril·amine/ (pĭ-ril´ah-mēn) an antihistamine with anticholinergic and sedative effects, used as the maleate and tannate salts.

pyrilamine

an ethylenediamine histamine H1-receptor antagonist, used topically and systemically in the treatment of allergic disorders. Called also mepyramine.
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