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Synonyms for corticoid

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Multivariate analysis showed that living lived in overcrowded household or in collective places, excessive use of alcohol for persons >14 years of age, regular use of corticoids, having [greater than or equal to] 1 nonrespiratory chronic illness, and having been hospitalized for asthma or acute lower RTI were related to development of disease Table 4).
Other authors state that the prolonged use of corticoids can delay the healing process, affecting re-epithelialization, neovascularization and collagen synthesis (Gupta et al.
Differentiation and modification of compliance with reference to topical corticoid medication in patients with bronchial asthma.
1985) and osmoregulator (Jones, 1975) and vitamin C (Pardue and Thoxton, 1986) has role in corticoid synthesis.
Once-a-day neurally stimulated and basal ACTH secetion phases in man and their response to corticoid inhibition.
Case report: Dissemination of Kaposi's sarcoma after the administration of corticoid
Avian leucocytic responses induced by stress and corticoid inhibitors.
Aldosterone, a mineral corticoid hormone, increases the reabsorption of both sodium and water, as well as the release of potassium.
n gluco- n delayed n * age treatment corticoid healing Reference duration therapy 11 5 60.
Contact allergy to the corticoid molecule itself--not to some component of the medication's vehicle--is by no means rare.
It has a low survival rate, with mortality remaining at around 35 per cent at 6 months despite corticoid treatment, the current standard of care for the condition.
11 Beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase activity in Cushing's syndrome: explaining the mineralo corticoid excess state of the ectopic adrenocorticotropin syndrome.
It blocks aldosterone by selectively binding to mineral corticoid receptors.
Neurologic side effects of pharmacologic corticoid therapy].