trimeprazine

trimeprazine

 [tri-mep´rah-zēn]
a phenothiazine derivative with powerful antihistaminic action; used as the tartrate salt to relieve itching.

trimeprazine

/tri·mep·ra·zine/ (tri-mep´rah-zēn) a phenothiazine derivative antihistamine; used as the tartrate salt as an antipruritic.

trimeprazine

Alimemazine, an antihistamine drug used to relieve itching in allergic conditions and as a sedative for children. A brand name is Vallergan.

trimeprazine

a drug with mild central nervous depressant, moderate antiemetic and anticonvulsant, and powerful antihistaminic action; used as an antipruritic in the form of the tartrate salt.
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Treatment of infant sleep disturbance by trimeprazine in combination with extinction.
We optimized settings with the quantitative optimization function in the Analyst Software, by infusing at 5 [micro]L/min a 1 mg/L-mixture of 11 compounds [glafenine, dextropropoxyphene, trimeprazine, omeprazole, lorazepam, quinine, ranitidine, nandrolone, lidocaine, ritonavir, and theophylline in acetonitrile pH 3.
2, cyamemazine, trimeprazine, and methotrimeprazine had almost the same retention time but, with these IDA settings, each could be unambiguously identified at 10 [micro]g/L.