Antihistamines for Topical Use
- Antihistamines for Topical Use
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Drug Drug Description Tripelennamine A histamine H1 antagonist used to treat hypersensitivity reactions, coughs, and the common cold. Pheniramine An antihistamine used to treat allergic rhinitis and pruritus. Mepyramine An antihistamine agent used for the symptomatic treatment of allergy, hypersensitivity reactions, and pruritic skin disorders. Dimetindene A 1st generation selective H1 antagonist used topically as an antipruritic and orally to treat allergies. Chlorphenoxamine An antihistamine used as an antipruritic. Tolpropamine Not Annotated Clemastine An antihistamine with sedative and anticholinergic effects used to treat the symptoms of allergic rhinitis. Promethazine A first-generation antihistamine used for the treatment of allergic conditions, nausea and vomiting, and motion sickness. Diphenhydramine A H1 receptor antihistamine used in the treatment of seasonal allergies, and various allergic reactions including sneezing, runny nose, itchy/watery eyes, itching of nose or throat, pruritus, urticaria, insect bites/stings, and allergic rashes. Thenalidine Withdrawn from the Canadian, US, and UK markets in 1963 due to concerns involving neutropenia. Chloropyramine For the treatment of allergic conjunctivitis, allergic rhinitis, bronchial asthma, and other atopic (allergic) conditions. Isothipendyl A 1st generation histamine H1 antagonist primarily applied topically as an antipruritic. Thonzylamine Thozylamine is indicated for use in the symptomatic control of allergic rhinitis or other upper respiratory allergic symptoms [FDA Label]. It is typically a part of combination over the counter... Bamipine An H1 antihistamine used topically to relieve mild to moderate symptoms associated with insect bites.
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