3.4.1: Antihistamines

Part of chapter 3 Respiratory System, section 3.4 Antihistamines, hyposensitisation and allergic emergencies


High-level prescribing trends for Antihistamines (BNF section 3.4.1) across all GP practices in NHS England for the last five years. You can explore prescribing trends for this section by Sub-ICB Location, or learn more about this site.

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Acrivastine (0304010A0)
Alimemazine tartrate (0304010Y0)
Azatadine maleate (0304010C0)
Bilastine (0304010AF)
Brompheniramine maleate (0304010F0)
Cetirizine hydrochloride (0304010I0)
Chlorphenamine maleate (0304010G0)
Clemastine fumarate (0304010H0)
Cyproheptadine hydrochloride (0304010K0)
Desloratadine (0304010AB)
Diphenhydramine hydrochloride (0304010N0)
Fexofenadine hydrochloride (0304010E0)
Hydroxyzine hydrochloride (0304010J0)
Ketotifen fumarate (0304010AG)
Levocetirizine (0304010AC)
Loratadine (0304010D0)
Mizolastine (0304010AA)
Promethazine hydrochloride (0304010W0)
Rupatadine fumarate (0304010AE)
Terfenadine (0304010X0)