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Bromax (Brompheniramine Maleate) - Summary

 
 



BROMAX SUMMARY

Bromax Tablet contains Brompheniramine Maleate, an antihistamine.

Bromax (Brompheniramine Maleate) is indicated for the temporary relief of symptoms associated with seasonal and perennial allergic rhinitis and vasomotor rhinitis.
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NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

Media Articles Related to Bromax (Brompheniramine)

ICD-10 Follies: Allergic Rhinitis Due to Pollen
Source: MedPage Today Allergy & Immunology [2014.03.22]
(MedPage Today) -- Yes, there's a code for that. To mark the forthcoming move to the ICD-10 coding system, MedPage Today is spotlighting some of those thousands of new codes that might just be getting a bit too granular.

Rhinitis exacerbates migraine
Source: Headache / Migraine News From Medical News Today [2013.11.27]
People with migraine who also battle allergies and hay fever (rhinitis) endure a more severe form of headaches than their peers who struggle with migraine, but aren't affected by the seasonal or...

Chronic Rhinitis and Post-Nasal Drip
Source: MedicineNet Allergy Treatment Begins At Home Specialty [2013.11.27]
Title: Chronic Rhinitis and Post-Nasal Drip
Category: Diseases and Conditions
Created: 7/13/1998 12:00:00 AM
Last Editorial Review: 11/27/2013 12:00:00 AM

FDA OKs Sublingual Grastek for Timothy Grass Pollen Allergy
Source: Medscape Allergy & Clinical Immunology Headlines [2014.04.14]
The FDA approved a grass pollen allergen extract for the treatment of Timothy grass pollen-induced allergic rhinitis, with or without conjunctivitis, in individuals aged 5 to 65 years.
FDA Approvals

IgE and Allergen Immunotherapy in Allergic Children
Source: Medscape Allergy & Clinical Immunology Headlines [2014.04.14]
What's the ideal metric to determine effective AIT in children with allergic asthma and/or rhinitis due to house dust mites?
Immunotherapy

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Clinical Trials Related to Bromax (Brompheniramine)

Efficacy and Safety of Combination of Brompheniramine and Phenylephrine for the Symptoms Relief of Rhinitis [Not yet recruiting]
This is a multicenter clinical trial, phase III, non-inferiority, controlled by active medicine, open, randomized, enroll 538 children, 2 to 12 years old, with acute inflammation upper airway, characterized by nasal congestion and runny nose, lasting at least 24 hours and a maximum of 48 hours prior to inclusion. The subjects will be allocated in 2 parallel groups, and will receive the medicines of study, according of the randomization.

Evaluation of Efficacy and Safety in Control Cough and the Relief of Nasal Symptoms in Children 2-12 Years Old,Suffering From Cough and Acute Rhinitis [Not yet recruiting]
Multicenter clinical trial, phase III, controlled by active medicine, open, randomized, enroll 962 children, 2 to 12 years old, that suffer acute inflammation upper airway characterized by non-productive cough, daytime/nighttime, with duration for at least 3 and no more than 5 consecutive days (without systemic/topic use of medication during this period) followed by nasal congestion, with or without associate other nasal symptoms (sneezing, runny nose, nasal itching and/or mouth breathing). The subjects will be allocated in 2 parallel groups, and will receive the medicines of study, according of the randomization.

Efficacy and Safety of Combination of Brompheniramine and Phenylephrine for the Symptoms Relief of Rhinitis [Not yet recruiting]
This is a multicenter clinical trial, phase III, superiority, controlled by active medicine, double-blind, randomized, enroll 166 children, over 12 years old, with acute inflammation upper airway, characterized by nasal congestion and runny nose, lasting at least 24 hours and a maximum of 48 hours prior to inclusion. The subjects will be allocated in 2 parallel groups, and will receive the medicines of study, according of the randomization.

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