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Medicine used to treat allergies
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Alternative clues for the word antihistamine
Word definitions for antihistamine in dictionaries
Word definitions in WordNet
n. a medicine used to treat allergies and hypersensitive reactions and colds; works by counteracting the effects of histamine on a receptor site
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1933, from anti- + histamine .
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. A drug or substance that counteracts the effects of a histamine. Commonly used to alleviate the symptoms of hay fever and other allergies.
Word definitions in Wikipedia
An antihistamine is a type of pharmaceutical drug that opposes the activity of histamine receptors in the body. Antihistamines are subclassified according to the histamine receptor that they act upon: the two largest classes of antihistamines are H-antihistamines ...
Usage examples of antihistamine.
He bought needle forceps, a nylon suture kit, surgical needles, scalpels, drips, antihistamines, hydrocortisone, penicillin tablets, some powdered antibiotics and three tins of vitamin B.
Seldane nuclear-grade antihistamine and a dextromethorphan nebulizer and a written excuse from A.
Trade name of terfenadine, Marion Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, the tactical nuclear weapon of nondrowsy antihistamines and mucoidal desiccators.
Her antihistamines must have been industrial-strength, I thought as I waited for her to return to the issue at hand.
You can buy an awful lot of antihistamines on what this store clears in a week.
The doctors gave her another dose of antihistamine and, after a period of time had elapsed, another of epinephrine.
Trade name of terfenadine, Marion Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, the tactical nu clear weapon of nondrowsy antihistamines and mucoidal desiccators.
Although he couldn't swallow the bright terror rising in his throat or unknot the red pain closing around his heart, his hands were almost steady as he injected more drugs into his veins - analgesics to flush the now-poisonous stimulants and cataleptics away, antihistamines and steroids to soften his body's reactions.
Although he couldn’t swallow the bright terror rising in his throat or unknot the red pain closing around his heart, his hands were almost steady as he injected more drugs into his veins - analgesics to flush the now-poisonous stimulants and cataleptics away, antihistamines and steroids to soften his body’s reactions.
Try the daytime or nondrowsy formulas that don't list antihistamines or doxylamine succinate on the label-unless you want to dry yourself out and get a bacterial infection.
There would be lots of aftermath with three at once, especially if he took them out with point-blank head shots, but Junior was pumped full of reliable antiemetics, antidiarrhetics, and antihistamines, so he felt adequately protected from his traitorous sensitive side.
He had made up a special batch of dexbrompheniramine maleate, a long-obsolete antihistamine but one easy to synthesize, so that he wouldn’t have to prescribe for himself out of the expedition pharmacy and leave an inventory record.
Try the daytime or nondrowsy formulas that don't list antihistamines or doxylamine succinate on the labelunless you want to dry yourself out and get a bacterial infection.
The momser antihistamines had him in a perpetual state of half-dizziness these days, but that simply couldn’t be helped.
On the days when the air was heavy or the pollen count was sky high, she stuffed packets of tissues, aspirin, antihistamines, decongestants, and eyedrops into her purse and kept on going.