- n. antihistamine (trade name Phenergan) used to treat allergies; also an antiemetic used to treat motion sickness
“They put something in my IV not phenergan, which is what I expected to stop the nausea and it worked.”
“I am a ischemic over 5 homes adverse and have sometimes confused hot to break a phenergan for children for at least the usual 3-4 months.”
“The only thing that worked for me is phenergan AND Zofran.”
“Meanwhile, in a nearby hospital, two worn-out nurses stand at a counter, syringes in hand; one is drawing up 12.5 mg of phenergan and one is drawing up 10 cc of saline.”
“Even with those handy tips, I was still on pheregan with BubTar and both phenergan and zofran with KayTar.”
“July 15, 2009 at 10:36 am phenergan … i takes it for nawsea … works well, puts me to sleeeeeep, too.”
“Diana Levine of Vermont sued the drug maker Wyeth under Vermont state law after improper administration of its antinausea drug phenergan caused her to develop gangrene.”
“But for the nowadays fortunately very advanced medical possibilities of prevention, I am proud to announce haha, mark the wording that to my knowledge, not only dramamine but also phenergan is available over the counter in Canada!”
“And I could have gone to the hospital, because their father was there (albeit half-comatose from the stomach flu – I kept shoving phenergan from my own stash down his throat with Gatorade and he stayed home, too), but you know what?”
“Ms. Levine won $6.8 million in her lawsuit against Wyeth, which makes the antinausea drug, phenergan, that was given to her.”
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