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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).
WADA reported in 2011 that all glucocorticosteroid AAFs were synthetic drugs, with budesonide the most prevalent.
The management of DHS included discontinuation of dapsone, systemic glucocorticosteroid, hepatic protection, vitamins, topical glucocorticosteroid cream, and so on.
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.
Glucocorticosteroid Action on the Immune System: Molecular and Cellular Aspects.
Following an analysis of the Appellant's A-Sample, the Doping Control Laboratory in Cologne reported an Adverse Analytical Finding to the FIS on 15 February 2005, stating that the sample contained the substance Dexamethason, a Prohibited Substance listed as a glucocorticosteroid in Group S9 on the 2005 Prohibited List (International Standard) of the World Anti-Doping Code (the "WADC").
Sometimes glucocorticosteroid secretion may be permanently increased due
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).
The major predisposing factor in all cases of adrenal insufficiency is lack of glucocorticosteroid hormones.
Veterinary drugs considered include five anthelminthic agents, seven antimicrobial agents, the antiprotozoal agents, one glucocorticosteroid, one production aid and one tranquillising agent.