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cyclizine

 [si´klĭ-zēn]
an antihistamine used in the form of the hydrochloride salt to treat nausea in motion sickness.

cyclizine

/cy·cli·zine/ (si´klĭ-zēn) an antihistamine; the hydrochloride and lactate salts are used as antinauseants and antiemetics, particularly to prevent motion sickness.

cyclizine

An ANTIHISTAMINE drug effective in controlling nausea and vomiting. A brand name is Valoid. Brand names of preparations containing it are Diconal, Cyclimorph and Migril.

cyclizine

an antihistamine used in the form of the hydrochloride salt as an antinauseant to prevent motion sickness in dogs.
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As antiemetics given in combination are known to be more effective because they act on a range of emetogenic receptors, I opted to give 25mg of cyclizine followed by 25mg increments of tramadol (Hatfield, 2013; Ho & Chiu, 2005; Flake, Scalley & Bailey, 2004).
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Meclizine, cyclizine, and buclizine are longacting antihistamines.
He also abused the drug cyclizine which was prescribed to him to combat nausea.