Venen

Histamine H1 antagonist used in allergic rhinitis; asthma; and urticaria. It is a component of cough and COLD medicines. It may cause drowsiness. .
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Venen - Pharmacology:

Venen binds to the histamine H1 receptor. This blocks the action of endogenous histamine, which subsequently leads to temporary relief of the negative symptoms brought on by histamine.

Venen for patients

Stop taking triprolidine 4 days before you have an allergy skin test. Drink water frequently or use ice chips, sugarless candy, or sugarless gum if dry mouth occurs. Coffee or tea may reduce the common side effect of drowsiness.

Venen Interactions

Venen may enhance the sedative effects of central nervous system depressants including alcohol, barbiturates, hypnotics, narcotic analgesics, sedatives, and tranquillisers. The effects of anticholinergic drugs, such as atropine and tricyclic antidepressants may be enhanced by the concomitant administration of triprolidine. Venen may effect the metabolism of drugs in the liver.

Venen Contraindications

Should not be administered to patients suffering from cardiovascular disease (especially coronary insufficiency), hypertension, prostatism, thyrotoxicosis, bladder dysfunction, narrow angle glaucoma, phaeochromocytoma and during an attack of asthma in asthmatic patients.

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Brand Names containing Triprolidine

Chemical structure:
N N H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H C19H22N2 2D chemical structure C19H22N2 SVG | 2D structure Triprolidine chemical names, chemical properties, classification C19H22N2