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Patients were discharged 5th post-operative day with advice to take oral antibiotics, antihistaminic, nasal decongestants and analgesics if required.
Dog was put on injectable antibiotic (Ceftriaxone, BID) and anti-inflammatory (Flunixin Meglumine, OD) along with oral antihistaminic (Diphenhydramine, TID) and liver tonic (Syrup Liverolin (a), BID) for another one week.
Here, we aimed to investigate effects of pheniramine maleate (PM), an antihistaminic agent, and compare it with lidocaine on fentanyl induced cough.
The compound is used to denature alcohols such as ethanol and in the synthesis of sulfapyridine, antihistaminic drugs (tripelennamine and mepyramine), and in in vitro synthesis of DNA.
Antihistaminic agents have also been incorporated in experimental trials to reduce adhesions around tendon.
Carnosine in the form of5% solution was also successfully used for the treatment of seasonal allergic rhinoconjunctivitis; thus, the need for additional administration of antihistaminic medications disappeared [13].
8%) with a history of allergic asthma or with a previous moderate, or severe, reaction to ICM, or one that included a respiratory component, were submitted to a three-drug prophylaxis scheme with corticosteroids and antihistaminic drugs.
The inclusion criteria were female, aged between 30 and 60 years, volunteering to take part in the study, and diagnosed with RA according to ACR>1 during the one year of follow-up, whereas the exclusion criteria were as follows: To have non-sterile urine culture, anticholinergic, antihistaminic and/or tricyclic antidepressant treatment history in the last two months and to be mentally incapable to understand and apply the instructions accordingly.
In fact, the range of biologic properties attributed to P major also includes astringent, anesthetic, antihelminthic, analeptic, antihistaminic, antirheumatic, antiviral, antitumor, antiulcer, diuretic, hypotensive, and expectorant activity (Exp.
After obtaining approval from the institutional ethics committee children without any systemic disease other than FMF who had no nasal pathology and history of antibiotic nasal spray and/or antihistaminic use within the preceding 2 weeks who hadn't been admitted to hospital within the preceding 3 months were included.
2,4,10] Medical treatment was initiated with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory ibuprofen for 10 mg/kg in 3 doses, and antihistaminic desloratadine for 5 mg/day.
sativa is a miraculous plant with countless pharmacological significance including uricosuric, anti- diabetic, anti-fertility, choleretic, antihistaminic with hepato-protective, anti toxic and anti oxidant properties (Salem, 2005).
Doghramji said, but "they tend to be long acting and have anticholinergic and antihistaminic side effects.
The antihistaminic effect of fenugreek may reduce premenstrual symptoms.
Nevertheless, quercetin was earlier confirmed to exercise its gastroprotective effect by its antiperoxidative, antioxidant, and antihistaminic nature [64,66,76].