pyrilamine

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pyrilamine

 [pĭ-ril´ah-mēn]
an antihistamine, administered orally as the maleate and tannate salts, usually in a combination cold or cough product together with a decongestant.
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Mean and standard deviations of score lesions regarding the mepyramine maleate group and the placebo was shown (FIG.
As a function of time, mepyramine maleate treated group showed significant improvement in scores from hour 6 to hours 24, while the placebo group showed weak changes in scores.
In this study, mepyramine maleate treatment was found to be effective in decreasing investigator's clinical scores in horses with urticaria.
Mepyramine (87.6 nM) blocked the contractile effect of CPX and histamine on the ileum significantly (Figs.
This effect (histamine-induced contraction of guinea pig ileum) is antagonized by mepyramine (Rang and Dale, 1987).
Mepyramine significantly blocked the contractile effects of histamine and CPX on the ileum, but had no significant effect on acetylcholine-induced ileal contraction.