cinnarizine


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cinnarizine

A drug used to treat vomiting and MÉNIÈRE'S SYNDROME. A brand name is Stugeron.
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Bussi, "Fixed combination of cinnarizine and dimenhydrinate in the prophylactic therapy of vestibular migraine: an observational study," Neurological Sciences, vol.
We also prescribed nicotinic acid to the tinnitus patients and prochlorperazine and cinnarizine to the vertigo patients.
Miyagawa S, Ohi H, Muramatsu T et al: Lichen planus pemphigoides-like lesions induced by cinnarizine.
There are essentially two sorts of motion sickness pills: hyoscine (branded as Joy-rides or Kwells) and antihistamine (such as Stugeron or Sea-legs; respectively available in generic form as cinnarizine or meclozine).
A remedy such as cinnarizine can be taken two hours before the journey and can prevent travel sickness for up to eight hours.
However, cinnarizine or Stugeron is an appropriate medication to control the signs and symptoms.
A double-blind comparative trial of powdered ginger root, hyosine hydrobromide, and cinnarizine in the prophylaxis of motion sickness induced by cross coupled stimulation.
Antihistamines such as cinnarizine (eg Stugeron) are generally better tolerated.
None of the various blood components (bilirubin, human serum albumin, hemoglobin, triglycerides, fibrinogen, and alkaline phosphatase) or cardiac-related drugs (abciximab, acetaminophen, allopurinol, ambroxol, ampicillin, ascorbic acid, aspirin, atenolol, caffeine, captopril, cinnarizine, cocaine, diclofenac, digoxin, dopamine, erythromycin, furosemide, ibuprofen, low-molecular weight heparin, methyldopa, nifedipine, nitrofurantoin, nystatin, oxytetracycline, phenytoin, propranolol, quinidine, sodium heparin, theophylline, trimethoprim, and verapamil) tested interfered with the assay; all results were within 5% of controls.
Interactions and side-effects increase with prescription medications like Dilantin, primarily an epilepsy drug; scopolamine; Phenergan; and cinnarizine, developed to fight Parkinson's disease and not yet available in the United States.
Eighty-six patients were taking a range of drugs chronically, including loop diuretics (39), thiazide diuretics (15), amiloride or potassium (8) digoxin (61), beta-blockers (20), calcium channel antagonists (9), nitrates (5) angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors (11), aspirin (13), thyroxine (4), allopurinol (5), iron (1), quinine (1), cinnarizine (1) and paracetamol (3).