isopropamide


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isopropamide

 [i″so-pro´pah-mīd]
an anticholinergic and antimuscarinic used in the form of the iodide to suppress gastric secretion and motility in the management of peptic ulcer and other intestinal ailments.
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In a beaker of 250 ml, epichlorohydrin (9.3 ml) was added at the speed of 10 seconds per drop to a mixture of absolute ethanol and isopropamide (5 ml) under ice water bath.
Drug name Therapeutic category Acetaminophen Analgesic; antipyretic Ambroxol Expectorant Bromhexine Expectorant; mucolytic Caffeine CNS stimulant; respiratory stimulant Carbinoxamine Antihistaminic d-Chlorpheniramine Antihistaminic Clemastine Antihistaminic Dextromethorphan Antitussive Dihydrocodeine Analgesic (narcotic); antitussive Ethenzamide Analgesic Guaiacol Expectorant Guaifenesin Expectorant Ibuprofen Anti-inflammatory; analgesic; antipyretic Isopropamide Antispasmodic Loxoprofen (R, S) Anti-inflammatory; analgesic Mequitazine Antihistaminic d-Methylephedrine Analeptic Noscapine Antitussive Pseudoephedrine Decongestant Tranexamic acid Hemostatic TABLE 2: Binding affinities of the ingredients of cold medicines to the antigenic-peptide binding groove of HLA-A * 02:06.