meclizine hydrochloride

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Noun1.meclizine hydrochloride - an antihistamine (trade name Antivert) used to treat or prevent motion sicknessmeclizine hydrochloride - an antihistamine (trade name Antivert) used to treat or prevent motion sickness
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About one year ago the company acquired Bonine, which added scale to its existing nausea franchise, teaming with Emetrol.
Bonine - Patricia Bonine, 73, of Eugene, died June 28.
The best help against seasickness that I know is a combination of nondrowsy, over-the-counter Bonine (meclozine) taken in conjunction with a prescribed transdermal patch of scopolamine, worn like a bandage on the bare skin behind an earlobe and jaw bone.
The qanat outlet is called darkand or mazhar in Persian (Wolff, 252; Bonine, 146).
3) Pour un apercu de ces recours, voir Svitlana Kravchenko et John E Bonine, Human Rights and the Environment: Cases, Law, and Policy, Durham (NC), Carolina Academic Press, 2008.
Gregory Bonine and Cory Fitzwater as the honorary captains.
Bonine has worked in the nursery industry in Oregon for some two decades.
Bonine describes each and gives the growing conditions needed to thrive.
Bonine, Public Interest Environmental Lawyers--Global Examples and Personal Reflections, 10 WIDENER L.
Noting the increasing recognition around the world of substantive and procedural environmental rights as enforceable human rights, Kravchenko and Bonine (both of the U.
In particular, I would like to extend my deepest appreciation to the Semesters Committee members who helped with the initial and subsequent editing of the essays submitted, in particular Elizabeth Beck, Kevin Bonine, Bernice Braid, Clarence Christian, Craig Cobane, William Daniel, Shirley Forbes Thomas, Devon Graham, Kim Klein, Matt Nickerson, Joy Ochs, and Todd Petersen.
Also during 2003, Pfizer sold its Nix and Bonine franchises in North America.