[mek-luh-zeen] /ˈmɛk ləˌzin/

noun, Pharmacology.
a compound, C 2 5 H 2 7 ClN 2 , used for preventing nausea of motion sickness, pregnancy, etc.

meclizine mec·li·zine (měk’lĭ-zēn’)
An antihistaminic used in the prevention and treatment of nausea and motion sickness.


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