betahistine hydrochloride

be·ta·his·tine hy·dro·chlor·ide

(bā'tă-his'tēn hī'drō-klōr'īd),
An inhibitor of diamine oxidase used as a histaminelike agent to treat Ménière disease.
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Group A was placed on amiloride 5 mg and hydrochlorthiazide 50 mg combination, one tablet daily, the Group B on tablet betahistine hydrochloride 48 milligram in three divided doses and Group C patients on tab multivitamin once daily respectively.