tripelennamine


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tripelennamine

 [tri″pĕ-len´ah-min]
an antihistamine used orally as the citrate and hydrochloride salts in the symptomatic treatment of various allergic disorders.
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Cetirizine, chlorpheniramine, loratadine, diphenhydramine, and tripelennamine may be used in pregnancy.
The compound is used to denature alcohols such as ethanol and in the synthesis of sulfapyridine, antihistaminic drugs (tripelennamine and mepyramine), and in in vitro synthesis of DNA.
Additionally, seizure risk may increase through tramadol's interactions with several medications, including tricyclic antidepressants, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, phenothiazines, fluoroquinolone antibiotics, meperidine, clozapine, buspirone, bupropion, phenylephrine, guaifenesin, tripelennamine, thioridazine, theophylline, and acetaminophen, butalbital, and caffeine combination (Table 2, page 47).
Talc granulomatosis results from intravenous injection of aqueous suspensions of crushed oral medications such as methadone, methylphenidate, tripelennamine, and pentazocine.
Ethylenediamines (e.g., tripelennamine) have [H.sub.1] antagonistic effects, but they do not demonstrate strong central effects.
Of the classic antihistamines, chlorpheniramine maleate or tripelennamine are generally recommended.