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- n. A H1 class antihistamine.
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In 2006, it ordered companies to quit making cold and allergy medicines containing an antihistamine called carbinoxamine.
FDA Cracks Down on Unapproved Antihistamine About 120 medicines contain carbinoxamine, which may pose a danger to infants and children.
In a 2006 case, the agency received 21 reports of children younger than 2 who died after taking unapproved cold and allergy medications containing carbinoxamine, an allergy drug that also acts as a powerful sedative.
Regulators banned all products that contained carbinoxamine in combination with other cold medicines.