Effects of oxatomide compared with chlorpheniramine in allergic rhinoconjunctivitis.

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Oxatomide is an H1 receptor antagonist, which also inhibits antigen-induced mediator release from sensitized mast cells and basophils. The effects of ingested oxatomide (30 mg/capsule) were compared with those of chlorpheniramine (5 mg/capsule) in a double-blind non-crossover study in two groups of twenty-five subjects with ragweed pollen-induced hay fever… (More)

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@article{Juniper1981EffectsOO, title={Effects of oxatomide compared with chlorpheniramine in allergic rhinoconjunctivitis.}, author={E. F. Juniper and Anna E. Cartier and Andrea Trebilcock and Peter Anthony Frith and Jerry Dolovich and Frederick E. Hargreave}, journal={Clinical allergy}, year={1981}, volume={11 1}, pages={61-6} }