glucocorticoid

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such as glucocorticosteroids, associated with allostasis have protective
45] Glucocorticosteroids have been used in TBI for over 30 years.
Long-time use of UCERIS can cause you to have too much glucocorticosteroid medicine in your blood (hypercorticism).
Entocort is a locally-acting glucocorticosteroid, currently approved in more than 40 countries for the treatment of Crohn's disease (CD) and, in some markets, ulcerative colitis (UC).
Had the Appellant and her doctor correctly read the "form of use" qualification regarding glucocorticosteroids under Group S9, they would have determined that an ATUE would not satisfy WADA and FIS anti-doping requirements, because the substance was ingested orally.
Different effects of nasal and bronchial glucocorticosteroid administration on bronchial hyperresponsiveness in patients with allergic rhinitis.
Iskandar et al propose prompt discontinuation of the drug and initiation of glucocorticosteroid therapy, as it may be fatal.
After four days of glucocorticosteroid therapy, the patient's oxygen saturation normalized and his symptoms abated.
Very few intranasal glucocorticosteroid therapies have been approved for children, and none is available for children younger than 3 years of age.
Systemic absorption of topical corticosteroids can produce reversible hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis suppression with the potential for clinical glucocorticosteroid insufficiency.
which is a glucocorticosteroid indicated for the induction of remission in patients with active, mild to moderate ulcerative colitis.
Several studies of ICS in young children with asthma have shown similar clinical effects as in older children, including increases in lung function and number of symptom-free days, reduction in symptoms, need for additional medication, caregiver burden, systemic glucocorticosteroid use, and exacerbations.
Because sarcoidosis can manifest as vocal fold paralysis, (6,7) our patient was treated with an oral glucocorticosteroid.
The companies have signed an agreement giving Pfizer a right of first refusal regarding OTC rights for Rhinocort Aqua, a pump spray containing the glucocorticosteroid budesonide, with a local anti-inflammatory effect, for the treatment of non-infectious rhinitis (such as hay fever and house dust mite allergy).
This bronchoconstriction was significantly reduced (% inhibition) after pretreatment with the glucocorticosteroid budesonide (49%), the [[beta].