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Synonyms for hydrocortisone

an adrenal-cortex hormone (trade names Hydrocortone or Cortef) that is active in carbohydrate and protein metabolism

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Hydrocortisone (without vitamin C) is frequently given to patients with severe sepsis, although a randomized controlled trial found that it does not improve outcomes.
If the pain doesn't resolve in a week or so you may need a hydrocortisone injection.
Considering this, the present study was carried out to study the hypothesis that hydrocortisone induced genotoxic effect in mice using SCEs in mouse bone marrow cells and CAs in mouse spermatocytes.
Zim's Advanced Gel with Acemannan will be available in a 3-ounce version, while Zim's Advanced with Hydrocortisone will be available both in a 3-ounce cream and a 3.
Research suggests that just one acute dose of hydrocortisone might benefit patients prone to PTSD.
Chronocort is a modified release therapy that delivers hydrocortisone in a manner that mimics the body's normal circadian rhythm (the body's natural 24-hour hormone cycle).
In order to test the different stress hormones, the cognition psychologists used three substances - a placebo, the stress hormone hydrocortisone and yohimbine, which ensures that the stress hormone noradrenaline stays active longer.
We used LC-MS/MS analysis (2) and our previously published algorithm (4) to evaluate whether the patient might have contaminated samples with topical hydrocortisone during collection.
Our clinical impression that neomycin/polymyxin B/ hydrocortisone drops do not pose an ototoxicity risk in humans when used responsibly is clearly in conflict with findings from studies of animal models.
The trial on healthy volunteers involved the administration of different formulations of Chronocort followed by blood measurements of hydrocortisone taken over time.
Nothing else worked, and secondary analyses suggested hydrocortisone might be harmful.
If true, then the use of a regimen of 20 mg of hydrocortisone twice daily for ten days, initiated within 12 hours of hospital admission following a traumatic event might keep patients from developing the disorder altogether.
In the United States, because of usage patterns, at least 90% of cases of corticoid allergy involve Group A, and most of those involve hydrocortisone.
Hydrocortisone is widely used in patients with septic shock even though a survival benefit has been reported only in patients whose blood pressure remained low after fluid and vasopressor resuscitation and whose cortisol levels did not rise appropriately after they received corticotropin.
Chemical pinealectomy was achieved using propranolol followed by exogenous hydrocortisone treatment.
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