corticoid


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corticoid

[′kȯrd·ə‚kȯid]
(biochemistry)
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During corticoid application, opportunistic, hospital-acquired infections should be prevented.
For use of medications, an association was found between disease and regular use of corticoids and antidepressants (Table 3).
The results of feed intake and corticoid concentration in the present study were not affect by the treatments (Tables 3 and 4), indicating that MPB supplementation in Hanwoo steers was not adverse to their health and energy balance.
Previous assays were carried out to test the best amount of dexamethasone to be employed and describe regeneration under the action of the corticoid.
In humans, cortisol is the corticoid associated with the stress response (Krohg et al.
ACTH and corticoid levels in plasma with contemporaneous change in EEG during noise in man.
The boy's bullous pemphigoid was being treated with dapsone 50 mg per day and corticoid applications.
corticoid, dapsone), 5 = recurrent symptoms under immunosuppressive treatment) MS = medication score (29): the sum of weighted scores for the use of antihistamines (regular dose, 2 points; four times the regular dose, 8 points), oral glucocorticoids (< 11 mg, 5 points; 11-25 mg, 10 points; > 25 mg, 15 points), cyclosporine 3.
This paste contains Riforcort[R], which is a corticoid (prednisolone) associated to an antibiotic (rifampicin).
1) These contraindications included a sodium-restricted diet, hypertension, respiratory illness, infectious disease, renal insufficiency, Addison's disease, Cushing's disease, metabolic alkalosis or medications such as mineral corticoid steroids, antidiuretics or potassium supplements.