nonsedating


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non·se·dat·ing

 (nŏn′sĭ-dā′tĭng)
adj.
Relating to or being a drug that does not cause sedation as a side effect.
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Maurer summarized the treatment guideline algorithm as follows: Prescribe second-generation, nonsedating [H.
He said that many medical interventions, including nonsedating antihistamines, intranasal corticosteroids, and immunotherapy are approved for use in adults and children.
According to the according to the latest EAACI/GA2LEN/EDF and WAO guidelines, second-generation nonsedating antihistamines are the first-line therapy of CSU.
Topping the list of non-evidence-based eczema care are overuse of steroids, oral antibiotics, and nonsedating antihistamines.
He was prescribed various sedating and nonsedating antihistamines, leukotriene receptor antagonist and anticholinergics.
A new nonsedating prescription drug that promises to fight allergic rhinitis and urticaria more effectively and safely is now available in the country.
The pseudoephedrine 12-hour tablet, a nonsedating nasal decongestant, is a popular seasonal product, providing relief from the common cold, hay fever and upper respiratory allergies.
Nonsedating antihistamines are preferable, as sending kids to school on sedating medications can impact learning as well as social interaction, ultimately resulting in developmental delay.
An acquaintance who suffered for years with widespread eczema finally found relief last year when her doctor suggested she try taking a nonsedating antihistamine, like loratadine (Claritin), fexofenadine (Allegra) or cetirizine (Zyrtec).
Desloratadine is a potent, nonsedating antihistamine with anti-inflammatory properties.
We're in desperate need of new therapies for patients who are resistant to nonsedating antihistamines," he said.
Eplivanserin is the furthest along in development of a new nonsedating drug class known as ASTARs, or Antagonists of Serotonin Two A Receptors.