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Please match the antihistamine to the category to which it belongs.
- Diphenhydramine (Benadryl)
- Fexofenadine (Allegra)
Which of the following symptoms are most associated with histamine release?
Your supervising physician sees a patient today who is completely broken out with Urticaria. He prescribes Hydroxyzine and tells him to come back in a week for follow-up. After your supervising physician leaves the room, the patient admits that he has no more “sick time” at work and can’t afford to take time off. Which of the following would be important for the patient to know?
Which one of the following isn’t a potential side effect of antihistamines?
Newer antihistamines such as Loratadine (Claritin) and Fexofenadine (Allegra) have no potential whatsoever of causing sedation.
Doxepin was originally marketed as an antidepressant.
Which of the following is associated with inhibiting androgen hormone production?
Because of their importance, insurance always provides coverage for the “newer” antihistamines such as Clarinex and Xyzal.