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.

tripelennamine

/tri·pe·len·na·mine/ (tri″pĕ-len´ah-min) an antihistamine with anticholinergic and sedative effects, used as the citrate and hydrochloride salts.

tripelennamine

an antihistamine used in treating allergic disorders and also as a stimulant in downer cows.
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