glucocorticoid

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In all, 142 (42.9%) of 331 patients had a flare of disease activity or required glucocorticosteroid therapy during the 2-year follow-up period.
Hypothermia leads to glucocorticosteroid burst and impaired immune cellular and humoral response [42].
After the diagnosis was made, all patients were tested for concentrations of the analyzed markers, after which they were treated according to a single tocolytic procedure with the use of intravenous fenoterol infusion 0.05 mg/hour during 48 hours along with glucocorticosteroid therapy (2 doses of betamethasone 12 mg every 24 hours).
10 July 2015 - Swiss drugmaker Tillotts Pharma AG is under agreement to expand and diversify the company's portfolio by acquiring British drugmaker AstraZeneca's (NYSE: AZN) Entocort locally-acting glucocorticosteroid, indicated for the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease, the company said.
The problem is to differentiate endogenous from exogenous administrated natural glucocorticosteroids, cortisone and cortisol, as well as to identify synthetic glucocorticosteroid abuse.
Intra-articular glucocorticosteroid therapy is long established as having a moderate effect size unlike most OA therapies and widely used in clinical practice [8].
In group 2 (moderate risk)--the following actions are possible: both conservative and surgical treatment of CA, phased courses of the local and/or system substitutive cytokine therapy with the possibility of intranasal glucocorticosteroid therapy, interdisciplinary clinical examination of the child by the otolaryngologist and immunologist 1 time every 6 months.
The management of DHS included discontinuation of dapsone, systemic glucocorticosteroid, hepatic protection, vitamins, topical glucocorticosteroid cream, and so on.
In the authors' case series of 8 patients, the condition often worsened after glucocorticosteroid tapering or responded incompletely and required additional immunosuppressive agents for effective treatment.
These range from "aspirin-type" nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, for mild conditions, to glucocorticosteroid drugs and in some cases the use of an emerging variety of medications known as nutraceuticals, which include glucosamine, chondroitin sulfate and omega unsaturated fatty acids.
* Vitamin A is affected by dexamethasone, a glucocorticosteroid hormone, which inhibits the formation of alveoli.
All kinds of stressors exist around broiler chickens and can be mimicked by glucocorticosteroid (such as corticosterone) treatment (Post et al., 2003; Pung et al., 2003; Lin et al., 2004a, b; 2006; 2007).
glucocorticosteroid levels can increase the appetite, leading to
For this indicator, exacerbations were defined as all episodes for which oral glucocorticosteroid courses or specified antibiotics (Table 2) were dispensed to patients who also receive anti-asthmatic drugs as defined in the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical classification index (ATC code R03) (WHO Collaborating Centre for Drug St atistics Methodology 1996).