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trade name for an antiemetic drug that has a mint flavor

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As Emetrol anti-nausea elixir sweeps the nation with its very successful jingle “Keep Stomachs Calm and Carry On with Emetrol!” on national radio and pharmacy chain in-store radio.
With the sponsorship, the company will run a full-page freestanding insert later this year promoting Emetrol and Gelusil.
(6) An over-the-counter medication, Emetrol, sometimes helps, and promethazine (FDA category C) or prochlorperazine (not categorized) can be used for more severe cases, although product information on these latter two drugs state that they should be used only if the potential benefits justify the potential risk to the fetus.
The section was developed by WebMD editorial staff but is being sponsored by WellSpring's Emetrol over-the-counter nausea remedy.
Miller will be responsible for designing and implementing WellSpring's sales and marketing strategy in the United States for its newly acquired over-the-counter product line, which includes Micatin (antifungal), Emetrol (antinausea) and Gelusil (antacid).
WellSpring purchased the United States rights to Emetrol, an antinausea product; Micatin, an antifungal item; and Gelusil, an antacid.