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A rapid method for the determination of diphenhydramine in plasma.
  • R. Baugh, R. Calvert
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • British journal of clinical pharmacology
  • 1 December 1976
Stability of phenylbutazone in presence of pharmaceutical colors.
TLDR
The degradation of Phenylbutazone was studied in the presence of lakes suitable for coloring the sugar coats of phenyl butazone tablets and probably proceeds via singlet oxygen generated by the light-exicited dye. Expand
The effect of diphenhydramine alone and in combination with ethanol on histamine skin response and mental performance
  • R. Baugh, R. Calvert
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
  • 14 November 1977
TLDR
A significant impairment of histamine skin response was found with diphenhydramine, but this response was unaffected by ethanol, and there was no correlation between central and peripheral effects of the antihistamine. Expand
The effect of ethanol and diphenhydramine on histamine antagonism and metal performance tests in man [proceedings].
  • R. Baugh, R. Calvert
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology
  • 1 December 1976
Stability of drugs in the presence of pharmaceutical colours
TLDR
Under the conditions used, phenylbutazone alone, and in the presence of amaranth, tartrazine and sunset yellow was stable, and degradation of the phenyl butazone occurred, the rate constants for the degradation of a 0.001 % solution being dependent on the concentration of lake. Expand