corticoid


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corticoid

[′kȯrd·ə‚kȯid]
(biochemistry)
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Lappartient also promised to act against the abuse of corticoids and the painkiller tramadol, saying: 'If you take a painkiller to push your limits in a race, that's like doping.'
During corticoid application, opportunistic, hospital-acquired infections should be prevented.
Adrenal would be suppressed with the administration of hydrocortisone, so in cases of inflammatory disease, surgical operation, and trauma, corticoid should be administered in stress doses (21).
[5] This patient did not meet this criteria; however, did have a liver biopsy which showed heavy infiltration with lymphoplasmacytic inflammatory cells (image 2), interface hepatitis (image 1), bridging necrosis and fibrosis, which is associated with a 5-year mortality of 45% and an absolute indication for corticoid steroid treatment.
Bohus, "Central actions of corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) on behavioral, neuroendocrine, and cardiovascular regulation: brain corticoid receptor involvement," Hormones and Behavior, vol.
"For example, rheumatoid arthritis can increase fracture risk, or medications such as cortisone and other corticoid medicines," Khosla says.
injection for prophylaxis treatment), corticoid (Dexamethasone 6 mg injections, two doses per day, for two days), tocolytic (Indomethacin suppositories 100mg, for three days) and hormonal therapy (Utrogestan 100mg, tablets) and vitamins.
So, we surmised that the mineral corticoid secreted by the adrenal could directly enter into the kidneys via the veins without the systemic circulation, and then regulate urinary function.
Total protein, albumin, calcium, phosphorus, non-esterified fatty acid (NEFA), blood urea nitrogen (BUN) and corticoid were analyzed by an automatic blood analyzer (Express Plus, Bayer, Medfield, MA, USA).
The boy's bullous pemphigoid was being treated with dapsone 50 mg per day and corticoid applications.
The maternal variables evaluated were: age, number of prenatal visits, time since rupture of the membranes, gestational hypertension, diabetes, and use of an antenatal corticoid (any dose).
Delgado, "Adsorption of a corticoid on colloidal hematite particles of different geometries," Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, vol.