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Bendectin

[ ben-dek-tin ]
/ bɛnˈdɛk tɪn /
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Pharmacology, Trademark.
a brand name for a preparation containing the antihistamine doxylamine succinate and a vitamin supplement, formerly prescribed as an antiemetic and antinauseant in the treatment of morning sickness: suspected of causing birth defects and removed from the market.
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