tetrahydrozoline

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tetrahydrozoline

 [tet″rah-hi-droz´o-lēn]
an adrenergic vasoconstrictor applied topically to the nasal mucosa or conjunctiva as a decongestant.
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Drug class listed Drug name in publication Actual drug class Apraclonidine Adrenergic agonist [Alpha.sub.2]-agonist Brimonidine (ophthalmic) Adrenergic agonist [Alpha.sub.2]-agonist; antiglaucoma Dapiprazole Miotic Alpha-blocker Dipivefrine Prostaglandin Prodrug of epinephrine Naphazoline (ophthalmic) Decongestant [Alpha.sub.1]-agonist; vasoconstrictor; imidazoline derivative Tetryzoline (ophthalmic) Decongestant Adrenergic agonist; vasoconstrictor; imidazoline derivative
Salem, "Comparative study between recent methods manipilating ratio spectra and classical methods on two-wavelength selection for the determination of binary mixture of anazoline hydrochloride and tetryzoline hydrocholride," Journal of Spectrochimica Acta, vol.