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trade name for a drug containing an antihistamine and a decongestant

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"An Emirati HIV patient identified as Khalid used to come to our hospital for treatment and doctors prescribed for him Actifed Compound Linctus," he said.
They said she was given a stomach wash and treated with 'carbon therapy' to absorb the effects of the Actifed.
The next highest was Actifed syrup at 70% sugar, followed by Fer-In-Sol syrup and Tempra syrup, both with a 60% level.
psychosis, and hallucinations: Benadryl Atarax Tavist Actifed Dimetane Trinalin
Heerens, testifying on behalf of the institute, noted such action would cut into sales of such popular products as Actifed, Nyquil and Tylenol.
Among the common trademarks BANNED are Uniflu, Anadin, Benylin, Solpadeine, Actifed, Nurofen, Ginsana, Syndol and Advil.
Many stores have replaced Sudafed and Actifed on their shelves with pictures of the product, which consumers then have to ask for if they want to buy it.
"I have been taking Actifed - a combined cough mixture and decongestant - for at least 10 years now and I am desperate to get help to give it up.
Chlor-trimeton (Ornade, Isochlor) Dimetane (Dimetapp), Benadryl, Tavist, Ambodryl, Clistin, Decapryn, Polaramine, Forhistal, Actidil (Actifed), PBZ, Histadyl, Tacaryl, Phenergan, Temaril, Atarax/Vistaril, Optimine, Periactin, Seldane, Hismanal, Claritin
Also for sinus sufferers is Burroughs Wellcome's line extension, Actifed Sinus Daytime Nighttime.
Therefore, numerous combinations of antihistamines with decongestants are available: Actifed,(R)* A.R.M.,(R)* Chlor-Trimeton D,(R)* Contac,(R)* CoPyronil 2,(R)* Deconamine,(R)* Demazin,(R)* Dimetapp,(R)* Drixoral,(R)* Isoclor,(R)* Nolamine,(R) Novafed A,(R)* Ornade,(R) Sudafed Plus,(R) Tavist D,(R) Triaminic,(R)* Trinalin,(R) just to name a few.
The popular nasal decongestants Actifed, Drixoral, and Sudafed may relieve a stuffy nose.
Research has shown that the second generation drugs are less sedating and exhibit a lower level of side effects than such products as Actifed, Benadryl, Dimetapp and Tavist, which cause drowsiness.
Such category mainstays as Contac, Sudafed, Drixoral, Actifed and Tavist-D all have ingredients once available only by prescription.
Burroughs' Sudafed and Actifed brands remain popular products and were recently joined by AllerAct and AllerAct Decongestant.