Drixoral


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Drixoral

a trademark for a fixed-combination drug containing an antihistamine (dexbrompheniramine maleate) and a vasoconstrictor (pseudoephedrine sulfate), used for the relief of congestion of the upper respiratory tract.
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The Drixoral strategy was just the latest twist in the burgeoning field of video news releases.
Take the Drixoral television spot, which featured footage of President Bush and Gorbachev to illustrate the medicine's slogan: "In the New Year, may the only cold war be the one that is being fought by us.
Dozens of nonprescription cold products, including items under the Sudafed, Drixoral, Actifed and Chlor-Trimeton brands, as well as many private label products, would be affected by the DEA proposal, which would require store-level personnel to record every sale.
6 million), Schering's Drixoral cold relief line ($22.
has entered the O-T-C cough remedy category this season with Drixoral liquid caps.
The health care products division of Schering-Plough is entering the O-T-C cough category with Liquid Caps gelcaps in its Drixoral line.
Other successful switches for Schering-Plough have included Coricidin cold tablets, Drixoral cold remedy, Chlor-Trimeton allergy medication and Afrin nasal spray.
Coricidin [R] (1951) * Tinactin [R] (1971) * Afrin [R] (1976) * Chlor-Trimeton [R] (1976) * Drixoral [R] (1982) * Lotrimin [R] AF (1990) * Gyne-Lotrimin [R] (1990) * DuoFilm [R] Products (1991)
s Afrin, Chlor-Trimeton, Coricidin and Drixoral, according to David Weiss, president of Packaged Facts.