antazoline


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antazoline

 [an-taz´o-lēn]
a derivative of ethylenediamine, used as an antihistamine; the phosphate salt is applied topically to the eyes in treatment of allergic conjunctivitis.

antazoline

[an-taz′o-lēn]
a derivative of ethylenediamine, used as an antihistamine. The phosphate salt is applied topically to the eyes in treatment of allergic conjunctivitis.

antazoline

An ANTIHISTAMINE drug that also has weak local anaesthetic and ANTICHOLINERGIC effects. A brand name is Otrivine-Antistin.

antazoline

a histamine H1-receptor antagonist, commonly used topically in eye and nose drops.
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1% Entry level (Alcon) Antihistamine Otrivine- Antazoline Entry level Antistin Sulphate 0.
The CIBA Vision formula utilizes an FDA-approved combination of two drugs, antazoline phosphate and naphazoline hydrochloride, to relieve eye itching and redness caused by pollen, animal hair and other allergens.
a) Antazoline sulphate b) Chloramphenicol c) Aciclovir d) Acetylcysteine
11,12) Combination products with antihistamines were introduced to also produce a "calming effect on blepharospasm" associated with ocular irritation, (11) and this logically applies to the current UK combination of xylometazoline and antazoline (Otrivin-Antisine).