corticosteroid

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Goldstein and other veterinary experts have come to favor administering corticosteroid drugs such as fluticasone proprionate (Flovent[c]) and bronchodilators such as albuterol (Proventil[c], Ventolin[c]) as inhalants, either daily or as needed.
Injections of a corticosteroid drug also may ease symptoms and provide permanent relief.
orBec(TM) is an oral dual-release formulation of beclomethasone dipropionate, or "BDP," a potent site-active corticosteroid drug.
For lumps in your palm, a corticosteroid drug may be injected into the affected area.
Selective nerve-root block, in which a local anaesthetic, sometimes combined with a corticosteroid drug, is injected around the compressed nerve to decrease swelling
Physiotherapy and exercises may help reduce spasms and aid recovery 6 Rarely, pain may be relieved with traction, in which the spine is gently stretched 6 Selective nerve-root block, in which a local anaesthetic, sometimes combined with a corticosteroid drug, is injected around the compressed nerve to decrease swelling 6 Occasionally surgery is needed to decompress the nerve
Treatment consists of losing weight, keeping affected areas as clean and dry as possible, and if dermatitis or candidiasis is present, applying a cream containing a corticosteroid drug or antifungal drug.
A Research has linked corticosteroid drugs such as prednisone, dexamethasone, and hydrocortisone with cognitive side effects, including difficulty concentrating, ctiminished attention span and verbal memory, and impairment of long-term memory.
3] This requires essential care in the selection of corticosteroid drugs for use and their dosage regimen.
Corticosteroid drugs that are given by inhalers to children with asthma may suppress their growth, evidence suggests.
Contract award: acquisition corticosteroid drugs for systemic use, glucose solutions and perfusion solutions.
Washington, July 17 ( ANI ): A new study has revealed that inhalers that are used to give corticosteroid drugs to children with asthma may suppress their growth in the first year of treatment.
If an individual experiences a great deal of stress, or has taken corticosteroid drugs like prednisone for a long period of time, the adrenal glands will shrink and not perform properly, contributing to symptoms like anxiety, depression, or chronic fatigue.
Treatment includes corticosteroid drugs, such as prednisone, which are gradually reduced over a period of a year or more when GCA has run its course.
Long-term use of opiate pain relievers (such as hydrocodone and oxycodone) or corticosteroid drugs (prednisone is an example), as well as alcohol abuse, may contribute to reduced testosterone.
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