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betamethasone

[¦bād·ə′meth·ə‚zōn]
(pharmacology)
A white, crystalline powder with a melting point of 240°C; a corticosteroid hormone.
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Conclusion: We found no improvement with betamethasone administration empirically in late preterm birth as regards prevention of Neonatal Respiratory Morbidity(NRM).
Conclusion: Local application of betamethasone gel was associated with reduced risk of post-operative sore throat as compared to local application of lidocaine gel on the endotracheal tube.
Of note, betamethasone should not be administered to women in the late preterm who have chorioamnionitis.
The primary outcome was significantly less common among those who received betamethasone (11.
To the best of our knowledge there is no study comparing the efficacy and safety of conventional salicylic acid application with betamethasone dipropionate ointment in limited chronic plaque psoriasis.
The rabbits of this group were injected Betamethasone suspension.
Psoriatic arthritis was present in 3% of patients on calcipotriene/ betamethasone diproprionate, compared with 8% on other topical medications.
A new calcipotriol/betamethasone formulation with rapid onset of action was superior to monotherapy with betamethasone dipropionate or calcipotriol in psoriasis vulgaris.
Romanet conceded that while an IFHA advisory council, chaired by Professor Ed Houghton, had produced a list of detection times for certain drugs, betamethasone was not among them.
1% betamethasone sodium phosphate improved the scleritis and incidentally also relieved his symptoms of recurrent otitis and sinusitis after several days.
Objectives: To evaluate the effect of Atorvastatin as an adjuvant with betamethasone valerate on disease severity and cardiovascular risks in chronic plaque type psoriatic patients.