Thread: Motion Sickness
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Old August 28th, 2000, 09:02 PM
Vicki C
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Default RE: Motion Sickness

I always use the patches. What do you think of them?
VickiJohn Burns, R.Ph. wrote:
>
> Hi, Wendy! You do know how to provide a challenge to this
> pharmacist!!
>
> Here are some of the other names Bonine might be available
> under:
>
> Generic: Meclizine Hydrochloride
>
> Trade: Antivert
> Marezine
> Dramamine II or Dramamine Non-Drowsy (my
> company has this contract manufactured in Canada)
> Ru-Vert-M
> Medivert
> D-Vert
> En-Vert
> Meclarex
> Meni-D
> Vertin-32
>
> Some of the international trade names for meclizine are:
>
> Ancolan
> Bonadoxine
> Bonamina or Bonamine
> Calmonal
> Chiclida
> Duramessan
> Meclicot
> Meclozine
> Peremesin
> Postafene
> Suprimal
> Yonyun
>
> Kuki referred to Gravol being available in Canada. The active
> ingredient (dimenhydrinate) in Gravol is the same as in the
> original product, Dramamine or Dramamine Chewable.
>
> I am uncertain if any of these are the international trade
> names are available in Canada, but hopefully, you can find one
> of these through your pharmacist.
>
> Happy Cruising, Wendy!
>
> John Burns, R.Ph.
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