fexofenadine

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fexofenadine

 [fek″so-fen´ah-dēn]
an H1-receptor antagonist used as an antihistamine in the treatment of hay fever and of chronic idiopathic urticaria; administered orally as the hydrochloride salt.
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fexofenadine

(fĕk′sə-fĕn′ə-dēn′)
n.
A nonsedating antihistamine, C32H39NO4, used in its chloride form to treat allergic rhinitis and allergic skin disorders.
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fexofenadine

An ANTIHISTAMINE drug used to treat hay fever. A brand name is Telfast.
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