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prednisone

(prĕd`nĭsōn): see corticosteroid drugcorticosteroid drug
, any one of several synthetic or naturally occurring substances with the general chemical structure of steroids. They are used therapeutically to mimic or augment the effects of the naturally occurring corticosteroids, which are produced in the cortex of the
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prednisone

[′pred·nə‚sōn]
(pharmacology)
C21H26O5 An adrenocortical steroid drug, obtained in crystalline form, that is an analog of cortisone.
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Table 1: Generic Names of Various Forms of Glucocorticoids That Are Available in Commonly Prescribed Modications(*) Cortisone cortisone acetate Hydrocortisone hydrocortisone acetate hydrocortisone sodium phosphate hydrocortisone sodium succinate Prednisone Prednisolone prednisolone acetate prednisolone sodium phosphate prednisolone terbutate Triamcinolone triamcinolone acetonide triamcinolone diacetate triamcinotone hexacetonide Methylprednisolone methylprednisolone acetate methylprednisolone sodium succinate Dexamethasone dexamethasone acetate dexamethasone sodium phosphate Betamethasone betaniethasone acetate betamethasone sodium phosphate Flunisolide Beclomethasone Dipropionate (*) This list is not all-inclusive.
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The company's products include the prescription brands DYNACIN(R) (minocycline HCl), LOPROX(R) (ciclopirox), LUSTRA(R) (hydroquinone), LUSTRA-AF(R) (hydroquinone) with sunscreen, ALUSTRA(R) (hydroquinone) with retinol, OMNICEF(R) (cefdinir), ORAPRED(R) (prednisolone sodium phosphate), PLEXION(R) Cleanser (sodium sulfacetamide/sulfur), PLEXION TS(R) (sodium sulfacetamide/sulfur), PLEXION SCT(R) (sodium sulfacetamide/sulfur), TRIAZ(R) (benzoyl peroxide), LIDEX(R) (fluocinonide), and SYNALAR(R) (fluocinolone acetonide); the over-the-counter brand ESOTERICA(R); and BUPHENYL(R) (sodium phenylbutyrate), a prescription product indicated in the treatment of Urea Cycle Disorder.