hydroxyzine(redirected from Hydroxyzine pamoate)
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a compound chemically related to piperazine, used as hydroxyzine hydrochloride or hydroxyzine pamoate as an antianxiety agent and antiemetic, in urticaria and other manifestations of allergic dermatoses, and as an adjunct to preoperative and postoperative medications. Administered orally or intramuscularly.
A mild sedative and minor tranquilizer used to treat neuroses; available as a hydrochloride and pamoate; often used to prevent nausea and to enhance the effects of narcotics.
A drug, C21H27ClN2O2, that is a derivative of piperazine, used in its salt forms as a sedative, an antihistamine, and an antianxiety agent.
hydroxyzineVistaril, Rezine, Atarax A sedative and tranquilizer Therapeutic range 10-100 ng/mL
hydroxyzineAn antihistamine drug used as a sedative for anxiety and to control itching (pruritus). Probably the only English word containing ‘xyz’ in sequence. Brand names are Atarax and Ucerax.
Mild sedative and minor tranquilizer used to treat neuroses.