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
antihistamine - a medicine used to treat allergies and hypersensitive reactions and colds; works by counteracting the effects of histamine on a receptor site
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Bonine and Campion present a guide to ornamental gardening in the Pacific Northwest US.
The company's portfolio includes Bactine, Bonine, FDS, Emetrol, Micatin, Gelusil, Glaxal Base, Barriere, and K-Lyte.
WellSpring Consumer Healthcare manages a portfolio of consumer healthcare brands, including Emetrol, Bonine, Bactine, GlaxalBase, and FDS.
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One of the alternatives is the use of early selection (Massaro, Bonine, Scarpinati, & Paula, 2010).
t, which pioneered the home pregnancy test, as well as such brands as Bonine, Nix and Sucrets.
Remember that the most common side effect of taking bonine and benadryl is drowsiness, and alcohol will exacerbate this.
Benassi M, Stark LR, Brinda JC, McLetchie DN Bonine M and Mishler BD (2011) Plant size, sex expression and sexual reproduction along an elevation gradient in a desert moss.
MECLIZINE--The drug is sold over the counter under the brand names Antivert, Bonine, and Dramamine Less Drowsy.
Up to 50 % reduction was observed by Ragno Bonine and Hermesch et al using the same study groups.
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.