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Sudafed

 [soo´dah-fed]
trademark for preparations containing pseudoephedrine hydrochloride, a nasal decongestant.

Sudafed

(so͞o′də-fĕd′)
A trademark for the hydrochloride salt of the drug pseudoephedrine.

Sudafed

a trademark for an adrenergic vasoconstrictor used as a decongestant (pseudoephedrine hydrochloride).

Sudafed

A brand name for PSEUDOEPHEDRINE with TRIPROLIDINE.
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Depending on to whom you talk, Sudafed use is relegated to players suffering from the sniffles or abused by players seeking an adrenaline rush.
The solution to the meth epidemic is not in harsher punishments or mandating prescriptions for Sudafed.
As the heart of the cold and flu season arrives in Oregon, consumers are finding they can no longer wander into the store, grab a box of Sudafed and take it to the cashier.
Four years ago, these two chemicals were illegal--but the FDA legalized them, after heavy lobbying by pharmaceutical companies who wanted to use them, in less potent form, in cough remedies like Sudafed.
Independent research carried out this month for Sudafed, a decongestant product, found a record 9pc of the population suffering with coughs and colds compared with Bristol, where just 2.
Among the everyday medicines which are no longer on the banned list are Actifed, Sudafed and Uniflu as well as some Beechams, Benylin and Nurofen products.
He supplemented the medications the flight surgeon had given him with a collection of sundry, witch-doctor tricks, If you've ever read the label on a bottle of Sudafed, you know it says to take a dose every four to six hours.
A statement said: ``The player declared taking Sudafed and Adderall which both contain banned substances.
Se lo platique a un cientifico amigo mio y el pregunto retoricamente cuantos kilos de Sudafed se necesitarian para hacer una "pinga".
54 per cent said they would not get behind the wheel after taking the decongestant Sudafed, another in the green category.
Combining Prozac with the decongestant Sudafed could cause an excessive build up of a brain chemical which damaged blood vessels and heart valves, they said.
This allowed management to inform employees about the Sudafed crisis before it reached the newspapers.