histamine-blocking agent

his·ta·mine-block·ing a·gent

(histă-mēn bloking ājĕnt)
A substance that can slow or stop the action of histamine.
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Histamine is one predominant inflammatory mediator released by degranulating mast cells, so treatment with histamine-blocking agents may decrease likelihood of undesirable paraneoplastic complications.