isometheptene mucate


isometheptene mucate
iso·meth·ep·tene mu·cate (i″so-mə-thepґtēn muґkāt) [USP] an indirect-acting sympathomimetic amine that reduces the stimuli that lead to vascular headaches by constricting dilated carotid and cerebral vessels, used in combination with dichloralphenazone and acetaminophen in the treatment of migraine and tension headache.

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  • Isometheptene — drugbox IUPAC name = N ,6 dimethylhept 5 en 2 amine CAS number = 503 01 5 ATC prefix = A03 ATC suffix = AX10 PubChem = 22297 DrugBank = C = 9 | H = 19 | N = 1 molecular weight = 141.254 g/mol bioavailability = protein bound = metabolism =… …   Wikipedia

  • isometheptene — An unsaturated aliphatic sympathomimetic amine with antispasmodic and vasoconstrictor actions. * * * iso·me·thep·tene .ī sō me thep .tēn n a vasoconstrictive and antispasmodic drug administered esp. in the form of its mucate C24H48N2O8 * * * n. a …   Medical dictionary

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  • Amidrine — Amidrine, Duradrin, Epidrine, or Midrin, is a combination of acetaminophen, dichloralphenazone, and isometheptene[1][2] used mostly to treat headaches. Components Paracetamol (acetaminophen) is a common over the counter pain reliever and fever… …   Wikipedia

  • dichloralphenazone — di·chlo·ral·phen·a·zone (di″klor əl fenґə zōn) [USP] a water soluble complex of chloral hydrate and antipyrine (phenazone), into which it dissociates on administration; its properties are generally those of chloral hydrate,… …   Medical dictionary

  • Midrin — Mid·rin (midґrin) trademark for a combination preparation of isometheptene mucate, dichloralphenazone, and acetaminophen …   Medical dictionary


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