Acrivastine Impurities

Acrivastine is an antihistamine medication that relieves allergy symptoms.

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Impurity structure Parent Drug Name Name of Impurity Catalogue No. CAS No.
Acrivastine Impurity 1 Acrivastine

Acrivastine Impurity 1

VL790001 87848-99-5
Acrivastine Z Isomer Acrivastine

Acrivastine Z Isomer

VE007795 1057138-89-2
Acrivastine-D8 Acrivastine

Acrivastine-D8

DVE00124 N/A

Acrivastine Related Compound

It is employed to treat hay fever, conjunctivitis (red, itchy eyes), eczema, and hives (urticaria). It has also been utilized for treating allergic responses to insect bites and stings and specific food allergies.

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Acrivastine is belong to which class of drug?

Its Belongs to the class of antihistamines. Sneezing, rhinorrhea, pruritus, lacrimation, and nasal congestion are symptoms of seasonality rhinitis caused by allergies.

What are acrivastine's pharmacological properties?

Acrivastine’s pharmacological properties are used to ease the symptoms of the influenza virus, the common cold, the flu, seasonal allergies, or other respiratory ailments (such as sinusitis and bronchitis). Watery eyes, itchy eyes/nose/throat, runny nose, and sneezing can all be relieved by antihistamines. Decongestants reduce symptoms of a stuffy nose and ear congestion.

Is acrivastine an H1 antihistamine?

Acrivastine is a second-generation of anti antihistamine (H1 receptor blocker) used for the treatment of allergy symptoms of hay fever, allergy symptoms that are seasonal, urticaria and angioedema, and atopic dermatitis (AD). As a treatment for seasonal rhinitis caused by allergies, acrivastine is offered in conjunction with pseudoephedrine (Semprex-D).