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