methdilazine

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methdilazine

 [meth-di´lah-zēn]
an antihistamine used as the base or the hydrochloride salt to relieve itching in various dermatoses; administered orally.

methdilazine

/meth·di·la·zine/ (meth-di´lah-zēn) an antihistamine with anticholinergic and sedative effects, used as the base or the hydrochloride salt as an antipruritic.
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Antihistamines (Combination, cold/hay fever products with decongestants) -- Chlor-trimeton (Ornade, Isochlor), Dimetane (Dimetapp), Benadryl, Tavist, Ambodryl, Clistin, Decapryn, Polaramine, Forhistal, Actidil (Actifed), PBZ, Histadyl, Tacaryl, Phenergan, Temaril, Atarax/Vistaril, Optimine, Periactin, Seldane, Hismanal
Chlor-trimeton (Ornade, Isochlor) Dimetane (Dimetapp), Benadryl, Tavist, Ambodryl, Clistin, Decapryn, Polaramine, Forhistal, Actidil (Actifed), PBZ, Histadyl, Tacaryl, Phenergan, Temaril, Atarax/Vistaril, Optimine, Periactin, Seldane, Hismanal, Claritin