The trial court also held that 'Phenvil' or pheniramine
maleate did not fall under the definition of 'psychotropic substance'.
Intraoperative nausea was treated with Ondansetron (4 mg) and any incidence of pruritus was treated with injection Pheniramine
maleate 2 ml (45 mg) intravenously.
The sudden onset fulminant clinical condition was observed as a drug allergy and 2 mg/kg intravenous pheniramine
maleate was used due to accessibility as the H1 antagonist at that time.
Three days before presenting to the emergency department, the family had taken him to their primary care physician, and oral pheniramine
had been prescribed, but he did not benefit from the treatment.
maleate (45.5 mg) (Avil (R), Sandoz, Istanbul, Turkey) and deksametazon (8 mg) (Deksamet (R), Osel, Istanbul, Turkey) were given for the prophylaxis after induction.
Paracetamol 500 mg tid/day, injection ceftriaxone 1 g i.v bid/day, injection hydrocortisone 100 mg i.v tid/day, and injection pheniramine
maleate 25 mg i.v bid/day.
The Sp[O.sub.2] values of the patient breathing 100% oxygen kept decreasing; therefore, a possible allergic reaction was suspected, and 20 mg methylprednisolone, 75 mg theophylline, and 15 mg pheniramine
were intravenously administered.
In the emergency room of this state hospital, 1 mg adrenaline (0.5 mg x 2 doses from 1/1000), 8 mg dexamethasone (1 ampul), and 45.5 mg pheniramine
(1 ampul) were given intravenously due to the suspicion of anaphylaxis and referred to our research/training hospital.
Post-operatively, the buffalo was given 8 litres of DNS (IV), 10 ml [Tribivet.sup.a] (Vitamin [B.sub.1], [B.sub.6] and [B.sub.12], IV), 15 ml Meloxicam IM ([Melonex.sup.a]), 10 ml Pheniramine
maleate (IM), while Amoxicillin and Clavulanic acid 4.5 g (IV) was given pre-operatively.
Monser, "Simultaneous determination of pseudoephdrine, pheniramine
, guaifenisin, pyrilamine, chlorpheniramine and dextromethorphan in cough and cold medicines by high performance liquid chromatography," Talanta, vol.
Here, we aimed to investigate effects of pheniramine
maleate (PM), an antihistaminic agent, and compare it with lidocaine on fentanyl induced cough.
Life- saving medicines such as Tablet Sorbitrate 10 mg, Soluble Aspirin 100/ 150 mgm, Injection Deriphyllin, Lasix 40 mgm, 25% glucose, Adrenaline 1 ml, Efcorlin 100 mg, Atropine 1 ml, Pheniramine
Maleate 25 mgm, etc, are available in long- distance trains.