Decadron


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Synonyms for Decadron

a corticosteroid drug (trade names Decadron or Dexamethasone Intensol or Dexone or Hexadrol or Oradexon) used to treat allergies or inflammation

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US-based pharmaceutical products producer and distributor Pragma Pharmaceuticals is planning the launch of Decadron (dexamethasone) 0.
The court held, inter alia, that the defendants were responsible for the plaintiff receiving the excessive dosage of Decadron.
Decadron was added to reduce pre- and post-surgery brain swelling.
Now, because of the Adriamycin and Cytoxan she's been given, the patient must take Emend, Aloxi, and Decadron (for nausea), Neulasta and Aranesp (to boost her blood cell counts), and Prilosec and Mylanta (for reflux).
This occurred despite having been given Decadron for presumed postoperative edema.
He was immediately prescribed, among others, Decadron (dexamethasone), a synthetic steroid used in instances of brain metastasis as an anti-inflammatory.
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I like Decadron [dexamethasone] because it lasts several days.
The star of smash hit TV show The Osbournes needs injections of vitamin B12 and shots of decadron, a brand of steroid used to treat CANCER, before he hobbles on stage.
Pathology and treatment of cochlear tinnitus by blocking with 4% lidocaine and Decadron infusion.
Perdikis put the patient on a medicine called Decadron and discharged her about two days later, the accusation said.
The anesthesiologist gave David Decadron, and the trauma surgeon then administered Solucortef.
Males (n = 14) (a) Females (n = 15) (a) Alcohol consumption 64 (b) 20 (b) Smoking 50 33 Use of cocaine 21 13 Medication used (c) Dopamine 86 66 Dilantin 14 27 Solu-Medrol 43 13 Ancef 57 40 Mannitol 36 47 Pitressin 43 20 Lasix 43 33 Decadron 21 27 (a) Twenty-nine (14 males and 15 females) of the 35 organ donors included in this study were eligible with respect to use of medication, drug abuse, and smoking and drinking habits.
Additionally common anti-vomiting drugs such as Compazine and Decadron can have side effects far worse than those of marijuana, including liver damage and death.