Dimetapp


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Dimetapp®

Pharmacology A popular OTC antihistamine and nasal decongestant with brompheniramine & phenylpropanolamine
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Klaricid[R], Claritin[R] and Dimetapp Elixir[R] all have a high sugar concentration [Neves et al., 2010; Valinoti et al., 2011] and low endogenous pH, which may increase their cariogenic and erosive potential.
Phillips said that though the Yale study was valuable, "it left out those who could not speak after their strokes, and those who died." One of his clients is a 48-year-old, previously healthy man who suffered a stroke after taking Dimetapp for the first time.
Parents were either given a placebo or Dimetapp, an over-the-counter medication, to treat their children's colds.
In addition to the Tylenol tablets, his mother's purse also yields a sheet of Dimetapp Extentabs for adults, of which three are left.
Antihistamines (Combination, cold/hay fever products with decongestants) -- Chlor-trimeton (Ornade, Isochlor), Dimetane (Dimetapp), Benadryl, Tavist, Ambodryl, Clistin, Decapryn, Polaramine, Forhistal, Actidil (Actifed), PBZ, Histadyl, Tacaryl, Phenergan, Temaril, Atarax/Vistaril, Optimine, Periactin, Seldane, Hismanal
Typical examples of such combinations that are available without prescription are Contac,[R] A.R.M.,[R] Chlor-Trimeton D,[R] Sudafed Plus,[R] Actifed,[R] Demazine,[R] Dimetapp,[R] Drixoral,[R] or Triaminic.[R]
Since the patient had some medical knowledge, he took 30 mL of Dimetapp and called a friend to take him to the hospital.
Robins (maker of Robitussin, Dimetapp and Chap Stick) has been embroiled in a bitter legal controversy over the safety of its Dalkon Shield intrauterine device, which allegedly caused serious infections and even death among some of its users.
4:00 DEVELOPING A CALIBRATION MATRIX FOR DETERMINING ACTIVES IN CHILDREN'S DIMETAPP USING UV DATA AND TARGET FACTOR ANALYSIS, Huggins Z.
Brand names include Actifed, Advil, Aleve, Alka-Seltzer, Claritin, Contac, Dristan, Dimetapp, Robitussin, Sudafed, Tylenol, Theraflu, Vicks, Zyrtec, and others
A Allergists generally recommend that older adults avoid first-generation antihistamines such as diphenhydramine (Benadryl), chlorpheniramine (Chlor-Trimeton), dimenhydrinate (Dramamine), brompheniramine (Dimetapp and others), clemastine fumarate (Tavist, Allerhist), and dexbrompheniramine (Drixoral).