Tilade


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Tilade

(tī′lād′)
A trademark for the drug nedocromil sodium.
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Tilade®

Nedocromil nebulizer Respiratory medicine An inhalable NSAID used as maintenance therapy in Pts with asthma See Asthma.
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Tilade

A brand name for NEDOCROMIL.
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Nedocromil (Tilade) is not teratogenic in animals, but there are no published human data on this drug.
Cromolyn sodium (Intal) and nedocromil (Tilade) are non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory agents often used for childhood asthma.[15,16]
Mast cell stabilizers Cromolyn (Intal) Nedocromil (Tilade) The corticosteroids and mast cell stabilizers are the two classes of anti-inflammatory agents that are used in asthma.
Nedocromil Sodium - Nedocromil is marketed as Tilade in an MDI formulation.
Nedocromil (Tilade) is effective for the treatment of mild persistent asthma.
Nedocromil (8 mg twice daily Tilade), compared with placebo, produced a 27% lower rate of the use of urgent care, and a 16% lower rate of oral prednisone use.
The subjects discontinued their regular asthma medication; 311 were randomly assigned to receive daily inhaled budesonide (Pulmicort), 312 received nedocromil (Tilade), and 418 got placebo.
The multicenter Childhood Asthma Management Program (CAMP) found no differences in final height among randomized groups of 311 children on budesonide, 312 on nedocromil sodium (Tilade), and 418 on matching placebos.