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In the mid s, some second generation H 1 antihistamines were associated with prolongation of the QT interval and the development of fatal arrhythmias such as torsade de pointes. In this review we look critically at the information available on ebastine in the light of the CONGA criteria and present current information on the development of new generation antihistamines. Received Aug In conclusion, ebastine is a H 1 antihistamine with an interesting and widely proven therapeutic profile.

Comparative intravenous effects of terfenadine and ebastine on QTc prolongation in anaesthetized guinea pigs.

Sinceregulatory guidelines have been available, emphasizing the strategy for assessing the propensity of new nonantiarrhythmic medicinal products to prolong the QT interval. Not Applicable Delicious Shares: A review of the second-generation antihistamine ebastine for the treatment of allergic disorders.

J Am Acad Dermatol. H 4 -antihistamines inhibit the anihistaminicos of the H 4 receptor.


Some formulations are available over the counter. Mast cell mediators prostaglandin-D2 and histamine activate human eosinophils. From the clinical point of view, the cardiac safety of ebastine has been evaluated in several studies.


Preclinical and clinical data indicate that ebastine has no sedative effect. Efficacy of ebastine in the control of nasal congestion associated with allergic rhinitis. The metabolism of ebastine to carebastine was demonstrated in rat small intestine and liver tissue. Drug interactions after co-administration of ebastine with a number of other drugs have been correctly explored, in particular, CYP3A4 inhibitors or drugs with sedative effects.

Ebastine according to the CONGA recommendations Anti-inflammatory properties The efficacy of H 1 antihistamines in allergic disorders has traditionally been attributed to their effects on the histamine receptor. Based on the analysis of a series of patients receiving therapeutic anticoagulation, Garcia-Vallejo et al suggested that ebastine, loratadine and cetirizine showed similar pharmacokinetic interactions when combined with acenocoumarol, perhaps due to hepatic enzymatic induction.

The mean QTcB change with the administration of ketoconazole was The results of another in vivo study by Ciprandi et al have been published recently. Ebastine concentrations were only detected in 1 subject and were negligible.

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It has also been stated that it does not correlate with results in patients. Efficacy of desloratadine, 5 mg, compared with fexofenadine, mg, in patients with symptomatic seasonal allergic rhinitis.

The modifications in structure consist of the replacement of the alcoholic hydroxyl group by a ketone oxygen and the introduction of an ether link between the diphenyl-methyl moiety and the piperidine ring. Introduction to antihistamine antihistamonicos and antergan derivatives.

H 3 receptors H 3 receptors, first described inhave been reported to play a role as autoreceptors in the regulation of histamine synthesis and release from tissue nerve. Allergic factors associated with the development of asthma and the influence of cetirizine in a double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled trial: H 1 -antihistamines work by binding to histamine H 1 receptors in mast cellssmooth muscleand endothelium in the body as well as in the tuberomammillary nucleus in the brain; H 2 -antihistamines bind to histamine H 2 receptors in the upper gastrointestinal tractprimarily in the stomach.


They also inhibit inflammatory cell activation, and possibly eicosanoid generation and oxygen free radical production.

Cardiotoxicity has been a major issue, provoking the withdrawal of terfenadine and astemizole, for example, from the market 1011 and introducing the requirement of formal cardiac safety assessment in the drug development paradigm. Desloratadine reduces nasal congestion in patients with intermittent allergic rhinitis. Moreover, cardiac toxic effects induced by H 1 antihistamines are rare as they occur independently of the Antjhistaminicos 1 receptor and are not a class effect.

Ebastine either has no deleterious cardiac effects or shows only small and non-clinically significant effects at this level. Holter monitoring and telemetry showed no clinically relevant changes in QTc interval or cardiac parameters in spite of evident pharmacokinetic interaction between ebastine and erythromycin.

Pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and tolerance of single- and multiple-dose antinistaminicos hydrochloride in healthy male volunteers. Comparison of ebastine to cetirizine in seasonal allergic rhinitis in adults.