corticoids


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corticoids

[ˈkɔːtɪkɔɪdz] NPL corticosteroids [ˈkɔːtɪkəʊˈstɪərɔɪdz] NPLcorticoides mpl, corticoesteroides mpl
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It is well known that children or adults with certain chronic medical diseases or with any one of several conditions associated with immunosuppression (complement deficiencies, asplenia, HIV-infection, diabetes, tumors) and patients undergoing immunosuppressive treatment (such as corticoids or chemotherapy) have an increased risk for meningococcal disease.
In this case, the canine was treated with corticoids, and this may have contributed to suppressing the inflammatory response.
For use of medications, an association was found between disease and regular use of corticoids and antidepressants (Table 3).
history of peptic ulcers, upper gastrointestinal disease, ulcerative colitis, smoking, advanced age, concurrent corticoids, alcohol abuse, etc.
L'Equipe said the players had tested positive for corticoids, typically used to treat inflammation or joint pain.
Contract awarded for Convention Of Drug Supply Antibiotics, Corticoids And Antimycotics
Doses of gluco-corticoids were not ascertained in the study because gluco- corticoids were not a primary variable of our study, and the patients were not using gluco-corticoids on a regular basis as primary DMARD so anti-inflammatory effect and doses were not ascertained.
Suitable for all age groups It is suitable for everybody including young children and pregnant mothers as it contains no corticoids or steroids.
Stressed animals are more likely to be susceptible to diseases because high levels of corticoids cause immune suppression and because harassment is known to be energetically expensive (Lima and Dill, 1990).
Other authors state that the prolonged use of corticoids can delay the healing process, affecting re-epithelialization, neovascularization and collagen synthesis (Gupta et al.
There remain no eligible drugs for treating HIV plus herpes zoster, which are thus now routinely treated by anti-inflammation, infection prevention, disease course shortening and symptom-targeting strategies with antiviral agents, interferon, corticoids, transfer factors and B vitamins, etc.
The pharmacologic treatment of acute gout attacks may use non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, colchicine or corticoids, while chronic therapy uses inhibitors of the uric acid synthesis (allopurinol or febuxostat), uricosuric drugs that favour the elimination of the uric acid (probenecid, benziodarone or sulfinpyrazone) or uricase derivatives (rasburicase, pegloticase).